Bills Pending Indiana Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee

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INSB0012IntroUnlawful encroachment by a sex offender. Provides that a sex offender who establishes a residence: (1) with the intent to reside at the residence; and (2) within a one mile radius of the residence of the victim of the offender's sex offense; commits ...
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2018-01-22
[Hearing: Jan 23 @ 9:30 am]
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INSB0203IntroCrimes resulting in the loss of a fetus. Provides that the crimes of: (1) murder; (2) voluntary manslaughter; (3) involuntary manslaughter; and (4) feticide; may be committed against a fetus in any stage of development. Specifies that the offenses do...
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2018-01-18
[Hearing: Jan 23 @ 9:30 am]
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INSB0140IntroMaintaining a common nuisance. Provides a defense to the crime of maintaining a common nuisance if: (1) the location was not primarily used for specified unlawful acts; (2) the charged offense involves less than a specified quantity of marijuana, has...
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2018-01-18
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INSB0294IntroSale of CBD oil. Requires the state department of health to include a unique identification number and bar code on cards issued to persons on the cannabidiol (CBD) registry (registry). Authorizes a retailer to possess and sell CBD if the retailer sto...
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2018-01-18
[Hearing: Jan 23 @ 9:30 am]
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INSB0131IntroCrimes involving synthetic drugs. Makes certain offenses involving synthetic drugs an enhancing circumstance. Removes certain misdemeanor prosecutions concerning synthetic drugs and synthetic lookalike drugs from eligibility for conditional discharge...
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2018-01-16
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INSB0260IntroLicensing of third party logistics providers. Requires a person to hold a license to engage in third party logistics of legend drugs. Allows a third party logistics provider that holds a valid wholesale drug distributor license on July 1, 2018, to ho...
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2018-01-11
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INSB0202IntroNonconsensual pornography. Defines "intimate image" and makes it a Class A misdemeanor for a person to distribute or display an intimate image of an individual who the person knows or reasonably should know does not consent to the distribution or dis...
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2018-01-11
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INSB0295IntroSchool property and religious institutions. Permits a sex offender to enter school property if: (1) a religious institution or house of worship is located on the school property; and (2) the person enters the school property for the sole purpose of a...
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2018-01-11
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INSB0342IntroCounty jail issues. Provides that if: (1) a motion is filed alleging that an inmate in a county jail is an individual with a serious mental illness or has a medical condition or illness for which the department of correction (DOC) would be able to pr...
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2018-01-11
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INSB0052IntroZero THC hemp extract. Defines "zero THC hemp extract" as a product derived from the cannabis plant that contains no tetrahydrocannabinol and no other controlled substances. Specifies requirements permitting the manufacture and sale of zero THC hemp ...
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2018-01-11
[Hearing: Jan 23 @ 9:30 am]
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INSB0432IntroBattery against a bailiff or special deputy. Adds a bailiff of any court and a special deputy to the definition of "public safety official" for purposes of the battery statute.
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2018-01-10
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INSB0418IntroBias motivated crimes. Makes it an aggravating circumstance (for purposes of imposing a criminal sentence) that the crime was committed with the intent to harm or intimidate an individual because of certain perceived or actual characteristics of the ...
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2018-01-10
[Hearing: Jan 23 @ 9:30 am]
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INSB0214IntroCBD oil. Defines "CBD oil" as a product that contains: (1) not more than 0.3% THC; (2) at least 5% cannabidiol; and (3) no other controlled substances. Legalizes CBD oil. Repeals superseded provisions relating to cannabidiol registration.
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2018-01-09
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INSB0073IntroPublic order offense enhancement. Allows the court to sentence a person to an additional fixed term of imprisonment between six months and two and one-half years if a person is found guilty of committing a public order offense and the person conceale...
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2018-01-08
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INSB0407IntroMoratorium on privately operated facilities. Prohibits the department of correction from contracting with a private organization for the incarceration of committed persons or immigration detainees in a facility owned by the private organization, and ...
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2018-01-08
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INSB0404IntroImpaired driving offenses. Changes the term "under" to "in accordance with" in certain statutes concerning defenses involving the use of valid prescriptions while operating a motor vehicle. Creates the offense of operating a vehicle while intoxicated...
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2018-01-08
[Hearing: Jan 23 @ 9:30 am]
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INSB0413IntroIndiana criminal justice institute. Expands the possible recipients of grants from the Indiana criminal justice institute (institute) beyond a county government or the state government. Changes the institute's responsibility from administering sexual...
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2018-01-08
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INSB0389IntroINSPECT program report. Requires the Indiana professional licensing agency to prepare an annual report concerning INSPECT information, submit the report to the general assembly, and post the report on the agency's Internet web site.
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2018-01-08
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INSB0337IntroControlled substances. Provides that a person who deals carfentanil or fentanyl commits a Level 2 felony. Provides that a person who deals carfentanil or fentanyl that results in the user's death commits murder.
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2018-01-04
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INSB0280IntroCannabidiol (CBD) and marijuana. Excludes certain substances with a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) concentration of not more than 0.3% from the definition of marijuana. Authorizes the alcohol and tobacco commission to adopt rules concerning: (1) the test...
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2018-01-04
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INSB0306IntroPossession of marijuana, hash oil, hashish, or salvia. Provides that a person who knowingly or intentionally possesses more than two ounces of marijuana commits the offense of possession of marijuana. (Current law provides that the offense of possess...
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2018-01-04
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INSB0371IntroIndustrial hemp commodities and products. Specifies that the definition of "industrial hemp" includes the resins of the Cannabis sativa plant. Allows a person to sell topical and ingestible commodities and products that are derived from industrial he...
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2018-01-04
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INSB0357IntroInvoluntary manslaughter and drug dealing. Makes manufacturing or delivering certain controlled substances involuntary manslaughter, a Level 4 felony, if the use of the substance results in the death of the user. Increases the penalty to a Level 3, L...
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2018-01-04
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INSB0334IntroProhibition on operating a drone while impaired. Provides that a person who operates an unmanned aerial vehicle while intoxicated commits the crime of operating an unmanned aerial vehicle while intoxicated, a Class B misdemeanor.
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2018-01-04
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INSB0122IntroRegional jails. Specifies that the executive of a county may enter into an interlocal agreement with one or more other local or state entities for the construction, maintenance, or operation of a regional jail. Provides that in the case of a county, ...
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2018-01-04
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INSB0292IntroCriminal law matters. Repeals the offense of auto theft and receiving stolen auto parts. Provides that a person who knowingly or intentionally exerts unauthorized control of a motor vehicle or a component part of a motor vehicle, with the intent to d...
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2018-01-04
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INSB0310IntroMarijuana and controlled substances. Excludes from the definitions of: (1) "controlled substance"; (2) "controlled substance analog"; and (3) "marijuana"; certain substances containing less than 0.5% tetrahydrocannabinol. Specifies that "tetrahydroca...
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2018-01-04
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INSB0293IntroNaloxone. Provides that probable cause to issue a warrant for a blood test exists if: (1) a person is revived after administration of an overdose intervention drug; and (2) certain other conditions are met. Specifies that a person revived by means of...
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2018-01-04
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INSB0291IntroExpungements. Provides that the court shall order the central repository for criminal history information maintained by the state police department to seal a person's expunged conviction records for a misdemeanor or Class D and Level 6 felony convict...
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2018-01-04
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INSB0271IntroBias crimes. Requires law enforcement officers to receive training in identifying, responding to, and reporting bias motivated crimes in which the person who committed a criminal offense selected the victim who was injured or whose property was damag...
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2018-01-04
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INSB0336IntroSentencing. Makes Level 2 through Level 4 felonies nonsuspendible if the person has a prior unrelated felony conviction. Increases the maximum penalty for a Level 1 felony from 40 to 50 years. Makes the penalty for a Level 3 felony six to 20 years, w...
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2018-01-04
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INSB0248IntroBiometric identifiers. Provides that a person shall not enroll a biometric identifier of an individual in a data base unless the person first: (1) provides notice to the individual from whom the biometric identifier was captured; (2) obtains the cons...
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2018-01-03
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INSB0108IntroCrimes involving synthetic drugs. Makes possessing or dealing in a substance that is a controlled substance analog an offense of the same level as possession of or dealing in the controlled substance of which the substance is an analog. Defines "subs...
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2018-01-03
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INSB0094IntroDeception. Provides that a person commits deception if the person, with intent to defraud, misrepresents the relationship of the person to another person.
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2018-01-03
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INSB0070IntroStatute of limitations for child sex offenses. Expands the list of offenses that may be prosecuted before a victim reaches 31 years of age to include all offenses of child molesting, vicarious sexual gratification, child solicitation, child seduction...
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2018-01-03
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INSB0138IntroMaking an unlawful proposition. Increases the penalty for making an unlawful proposition from a Class A misdemeanor to a Level 6 felony if the person to whom the offer or payment is made is less than 18 years of age. Makes it a Level 5 felony if a pe...
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2018-01-03
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INSB0017IntroVoluntary manslaughter with a deadly weapon. Increases the penalty for voluntary manslaughter from a Level 2 felony to a Level 1 felony if the offense is committed by means of a deadly weapon.
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2018-01-03
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INSB0201IntroParole for violent offenses. Increases the potential maximum parole period from 12 months to 24 months for certain felons who have committed a violent offense (as defined by statute).
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2018-01-03
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INSB0146IntroAiding in the escape of an inmate. Adds cellular telephone components to the existing list of prohibited items for which trafficking with an inmate is a Level 5 felony. Creates the crime of aiding in the escape of an inmate. Adds carrying a deadly we...
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2018-01-03
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INSB0106IntroSchedule I controlled substances. Adds certain compounds to the list of schedule I controlled substances.
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2018-01-03
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INSB0072IntroSafe distance for vehicles overtaking bicycles. Requires the driver of a vehicle, when passing a bicycle that is proceeding in the same direction as the vehicle, to maintain a safe distance of at least three feet between the vehicle and the bicycle. ...
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2018-01-03
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INSB0239IntroFertility fraud. Provides that a physician who treats a patient of that physician for infertility: (1) by using the physician's own spermatozoon or ovum, without the patient's consent; or (2) by using donated human reproductive material without the c...
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2018-01-03
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INSB0251IntroAge of consent. Adds the criminal offense of indiscretion, which is committed when a person who is at least 22 years of age engages in sexual intercourse or other sexual conduct, fondling, or touching with a child who is at least 16 years of age but ...
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2018-01-03
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INSB0153IntroInterfering with law enforcement. Provides that a person commits interfering with law enforcement, a Class B misdemeanor, if the person enters a crime scene or similar location that is marked off with barrier tape or other markers. Increases the pena...
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2018-01-03
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