Bills Pending Indiana Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee

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INSR0060IntroA SENATE RESOLUTION urging the legislative council to assign to an appropriate study committee the task of analyzing changes to local governments and the criminal justice system resulting from HEA 1006-2013 and HEA 1006-2014.
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2020-03-02
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INSR0029IntroA SENATE RESOLUTION urging the legislative council to study the impacts and results of Indiana's criminal code reforms.
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2020-02-18
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INHB1076EngrossSummons to appear for a misdemeanor. Provides that in lieu of arresting a person who has allegedly committed a misdemeanor (other than a traffic misdemeanor) in a law enforcement officer's presence, the officer may issue a summons and promise to appe...
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2020-02-05
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INSB0386IntroCivil statutes of limitations. Removes the statute of limitations for civil causes of action concerning child sexual abuse, and provides that a person who alleges an injury resulting from child sexual abuse may file an action in an otherwise time bar...
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2020-01-23
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INSB0028IntroUniversal background checks for firearms. Requires a person wishing to sell, trade, or transfer a firearm to another person to transact the sale, trade, or transfer through a firearms dealer (dealer). Specifies certain exemptions. Requires a dealer t...
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2020-01-21
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INSB0203IntroFirearms. Prohibits the: (1) sale; (2) trade; or (3) transfer; of a regulated weapon to a person less than 21 years of age. Provides that a dealer or person who knowingly or intentionally: (1) sells; (2) trades; or (3) transfers; a regulated weapon t...
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2020-01-16
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INSB0113IntroSmokable hemp. Removes references to "smokable hemp".
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2020-01-16
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INSB0086IntroPossession of medical marijuana or paraphernalia. Creates a defense to possession of paraphernalia that: (1) the paraphernalia is for use with marijuana; and (2) the person possesses a valid medical marijuana card from another state, or a physician h...
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2020-01-16
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INSB0303IntroMoney bail. Provides that an arrestee whose most serious pending charge is a misdemeanor is presumptively entitled to release without money bail or surety under certain conditions.
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2020-01-16
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INSB0114IntroMarijuana and THC. Removes provisions making the operation of a vehicle or motorboat with a metabolite of THC in the person's body (without proof of intoxication) an offense. Reduces the penalty for possession of marijuana, hashish, hash oil, and sal...
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2020-01-16
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INSB0277IntroTraumatic brain injury information. Requires a predispositional report in a delinquency proceeding regarding a child who has suffered a traumatic brain injury to include information relating to the traumatic brain injury, including the effect of the ...
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2020-01-16
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INSB0085IntroRacial profiling and pretextual stops. Prohibits a law enforcement agency or a law enforcement officer from engaging in racial profiling or conducting pretextual stops. Requires a law enforcement agency to adopt a detailed policy that defines the ele...
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2020-01-16
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INSB0375IntroProhibition on e-liquids and electronic cigarettes. Provides that it is a Class C misdemeanor if a person knowingly or intentionally possesses an e-liquid or an electronic cigarette. Provides that it is a Class B misdemeanor if a person knowingly or ...
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2020-01-13
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INSB0351IntroJuvenile law matters. Provides that the juvenile court may exercise jurisdiction over a child who: (1) is at least 16 years of age and who is charged with certain more serious offenses; or (2) has a previous adult conviction and who is alleged to hav...
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2020-01-13
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INSB0336IntroPretrial detention of juveniles. Prohibits a juvenile arrestee who meets certain requirements from being housed with adult inmates prior to trial except when it would be in the interests of justice to house the arrestee with adults. Requires the cour...
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2020-01-13
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INSB0374IntroE-liquid and electronic cigarette crimes. Provides that a person who knowingly or intentionally sells an e-liquid or an electronic cigarette that contains: (1) a concentration of nicotine that is more than 20 milligrams per milliliter; or (2) contain...
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2020-01-13
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INSB0362IntroRepeal of youth offender boot camp program. Repeals the boot camp for youthful offenders article.
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2020-01-13
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INSB0048IntroCruelty to a law enforcement animal. Increases the penalties for cruelty to a law enforcement animal.
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2020-01-09
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INSB0103IntroMedical marijuana for the terminally ill. Creates a defense to possession of paraphernalia that: (1) the paraphernalia is for use with marijuana; and (2) a physician has certified in writing that the person suffers from a terminal illness or serious ...
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2020-01-09
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INSB0301IntroLookback periods. Provides that if certain criminal penalties are increased (or, in the case of an infraction, imposed) due to a prior conviction or infraction committed by a defendant, the new offense must have been committed not later than seven ye...
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2020-01-09
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INSB0065IntroMisdemeanor reimbursement. Provides that a county may be reimbursed for indigent services provided for misdemeanors in a superior or circuit court. (Current law excludes misdemeanor cases from reimbursement.)
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2020-01-06
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INSB0079IntroTheft. Enhances the penalty for theft if a person knowingly or intentionally exerts unauthorized control over property and then uses the Internet to sell, deliver, or distribute the property to another person acting as an enterprise engaging in racke...
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2020-01-06
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INSB0110IntroLaw enforcement and search and rescue animals. Increases the penalties for cruelty to a law enforcement animal and a search and rescue dog.
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2020-01-06
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INSB0029IntroStorage of firearms. Prohibits a person from keeping or storing a firearm on any premises controlled by the person if one or more of the following conditions apply: (1) The person knows, or reasonably should know, that a child is likely to gain acces...
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2020-01-06
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INSB0089IntroResisting or interfering with law enforcement. Provides that the offense of resisting or interfering with law enforcement is a Level 5 felony if the person has two or more prior unrelated convictions for resisting or interfering with law enforcement....
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2020-01-06
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INSB0116IntroHuman trafficking. Removes the requirement that money paid for a human trafficking victim or for an act performed by a human trafficking victim be paid to a third party. Increases the penalty if the human trafficking victim is less than 18 years of a...
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2020-01-06
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INSB0022IntroExpungement and law enforcement employment. Provides that if a person whose records have been expunged seeks employment with a law enforcement agency, the law enforcement agency may: (1) inquire about the person's expunged records; and (2) refuse to ...
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2020-01-06
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INSB0049IntroImmunity under the lifeline law. Extends immunity under the lifeline law to the individual on whose behalf emergency medical assistance was requested. Repeals an obsolete provision.
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2020-01-06
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