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INSB0205Intro
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Task force for the reduction of violent crime. Establishes the task force for the reduction of violent crime (task force). Requires the task force to study potential statutory changes to reduce violent crime and submit a report for distribution to th...
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2023-01-31
[Hearing: Feb 7 @ 10:00 am]
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INSB0170Intro
25%
Intimidation against utility workers. Provides that a person who communicates a threat to another person with the intent of interfering with the provision of utility service or communications service for a dwelling, building, or other structure commi...
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2023-01-26
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
INSB0083Intro
25%
Unlawful tracking of another individual. Provides that a person who, with the intent to track an individual, and without the individual's knowledge, places a tracking device on an individual or the individual's property commits remote criminal tracki...
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2023-01-23
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INSB0481Intro
25%
Human trafficking. Provides that the human trafficking prevention and victim assistance fund may provide funds for victim transition services. Allows a community based organization to inspect sexually oriented businesses. Requires that all hospital s...
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2023-01-19
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INSB0459Intro
25%
Bail. Provides that a court, in setting bail, shall consider all relevant information available to the court. Removes a provision requiring a court to consider releasing a defendant without money bail under certain circumstances, and prohibits a cour...
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2023-01-19
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INSB0465Intro
25%
Public defender reimbursement. Allows a county or multicounty public defender's office to submit a request for reimbursement from the public defense fund for an amount equal to 60% of the expenditures for indigent defense services provided in all cas...
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2023-01-19
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INSB0464Intro
25%
Adult court jurisdiction over delinquent acts. Provides that the juvenile court does not have jurisdiction over an individual for certain offenses if the individual: (1) was under 18 years of age at the time of the alleged violation; and (2) is over ...
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2023-01-19
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INSB0420Intro
25%
Delinquent acts. Provides that a juvenile commits a delinquent act if: (1) the juvenile commits an act that would be a felony if committed by an adult (under current law, a juvenile commits a delinquent act if the juvenile commits an act that would b...
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2023-01-19
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INSB0470Intro
25%
Basis for escape. Removes a violation of a home detention order as a basis for committing the crime of escape.
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2023-01-19
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INSB0429Intro
25%
Various firearms matters. Provides that a member of the firearm industry shall comply with certain firearm industry standards of conduct. Makes an act or omission by a member of the firearm industry in violation of these standards of conduct actionab...
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2023-01-19
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INSB0418Intro
25%
Emergency medical assistance. Provides that a person for whom emergency medical assistance was requested is immune from prosecution for the violation of certain alcohol and controlled substance possession laws. Provides that a law enforcement officer...
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2023-01-19
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INSB0442Intro
25%
Public information regarding delinquent acts. Amends, with respect to provisions allowing public access to certain juvenile court records and records regarding allegations of certain delinquent acts: (1) the circumstances under which such records may...
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2023-01-19
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INSB0415Intro
25%
Admissibility of statement by juvenile in custody. Provides that a statement made by a juvenile during a custodial interrogation of the juvenile regarding an act allegedly committed when the juvenile was less than 18 years of age is inadmissible for ...
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2023-01-19
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INSB0489Intro
25%
Machine guns; firearm safety guide. Revises, for purposes of an enhancement and certain criminal offenses, a definition of "machine gun" to include a particular part or combination of parts designed and intended for use in converting a weapon into a ...
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2023-01-19
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INSB0441Intro
25%
Visitation of juveniles in detention facilities. Imposes requirements on juvenile detention facilities with regard to contact and visitation of residents of juvenile detention facilities.
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2023-01-19
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INSB0343Intro
25%
Various criminal law matters. Requires online marketplaces to collect and verify certain information about high volume, third party sellers in the marketplaces and provide that information to consumers in the marketplaces. Makes it organized retail t...
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2023-01-19
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INSB0408Intro
25%
Vulnerable road users. Requires the bureau of motor vehicles to suspend or revoke the current driver's license or driving privileges and all certificates of registration and proof of registration issued to or registered in the name of an individual w...
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2023-01-19
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INSB0445Intro
25%
Electronic monitoring standards. Requires the justice reinvestment advisory council to develop electronic monitoring standards and submit an annual report as to the standards. Requires the justice reinvestment advisory council to conduct a workload s...
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2023-01-19
[Hearing: Feb 7 @ 10:00 am]
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INSB0410Intro
25%
Juvenile law matters. Repeals provisions providing that juvenile courts do not have jurisdiction over juveniles charged with certain offenses. Provides that a delinquent offender under 13 years of age (rather than 12 years of age, under current law) ...
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2023-01-19
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INSB0456Intro
25%
Telephone services for incarcerated individuals. Provides that neither an inmate of a correctional facility nor a member of the inmate's immediate family may be assessed a charge or fee for a telephone call made by the inmate to the immediate family ...
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2023-01-19
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INSB0361Intro
25%
Regulation of assault weapons. Makes it a Level 6 felony for a licensed importer, licensed manufacturer, licensed dealer, or licensed collector to knowingly or intentionally sell or deliver a semiautomatic assault weapon or a large capacity ammunitio...
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2023-01-17
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INSJR0001Intro
25%
Limitation on right to bail. Provides that a person who poses a substantial risk to the public is not entitled to release on bail.
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2023-01-17
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INSB0034Intro
25%
Expungement of addiction related convictions. Establishes a procedure to permit a person: (1) with an addiction disorder related conviction; and (2) who has completed a high intensity residential treatment program; to expunge the person's addiction d...
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2023-01-17
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INSB0070Intro
25%
Marijuana. Decriminalizes possession of one ounce or less of marijuana.
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2023-01-17
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INSB0295Intro
25%
Red flag laws. Specifies a process for the state to request, and a court to order, release of mental health records of an individual who is alleged to be dangerous. Provides that a court that: (1) issues a warrant to search for and seize a firearm in...
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2023-01-12
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INSB0365Intro
25%
Credit time for pretrial home detention. Provides that good time credit earned for pretrial home detention is the same as good time credit earned for pretrial incarceration. Makes conforming changes.
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2023-01-12
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INSB0360Intro
25%
Firearms matters. Repeals the offense of unlawful carrying of a handgun. Makes it a Class A misdemeanor to carry a handgun without being licensed to carry a handgun. Specifies exceptions. Enhances the offense to a Level 5 felony in particular instanc...
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2023-01-12
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INSB0348Intro
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Crimes against public administration. Makes the penalty for battery on a public safety official a Level 4 felony if it results in serious bodily injury or it involves certain bodily fluids or waste. Increases the penalty for making a false report con...
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2023-01-12
[Hearing: Feb 7 @ 10:00 am]
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INSB0358Intro
25%
Firearm safety. Establishes the firearm safety and suicide prevention fund for the purpose of providing funds to a school or not-for-profit organization to provide training concerning: (1) firearm safety in the home, particularly in a home with minor...
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2023-01-12
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INSB0299Intro
25%
Public safety matters. Provides that a person who refuses to follow the lawful commands of a law enforcement officer to move a specified reasonable distance away from the scene of an active investigation commits a Class B misdemeanor. Establishes a d...
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2023-01-12
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INSB0284Intro
25%
Noncompliant prosecuting attorneys. Permits the legislative council to request the appointment of a special prosecuting attorney if a prosecuting attorney is categorically refusing to prosecute certain crimes. Establishes a procedure for the appointm...
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2023-01-11
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INSB0204Intro
25%
Grants for local law enforcement agencies. Establishes the community relations and fund the police grant program to be administered by the Indiana criminal justice institute (ICJI). Specifies that the program is a matching grant program requiring rec...
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2023-01-10
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INSB0240Intro
25%
False reporting. Specifies that a law enforcement officer who, knowing that information is false or misleading, includes the false or misleading information in a police report commits false informing, a Class A misdemeanor.
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2023-01-10
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INSB0173Intro
25%
Sex offender residency restrictions. Provides that an offender against children who knowingly or intentionally resides within 1,000 feet of certain areas owned, leased, operated, or maintained by a homeowners association or property owners associatio...
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2023-01-09
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INSB0139Intro
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Fentanyl. Defines "fentanyl containing substance" and increases the penalty for dealing a drug that is a fentanyl containing substance.
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2023-01-09
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INSB0079Intro
25%
School bus stop arm violation enforcement. Provides that the registered owner of a vehicle commits an infraction if the registered owner's vehicle does not stop on a roadway or a private road when the arm signal device is in the device's extended pos...
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2023-01-09
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INSB0082Intro
25%
Intoxication and marijuana. Establishes a defense to operating a vehicle or motorboat with a controlled substance in the person's blood if: (1) the controlled substance is marijuana or a metabolite of marijuana; and (2) the person was not intoxicated...
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2023-01-09
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INSB0161Intro
25%
Stalking through use of tracking device. Provides that a person who, with the intent to track an individual, and without the individual's knowledge, places a tracking device on an individual or the individual's property commits remote criminal tracki...
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2023-01-09
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INSB0144Intro
25%
Minimum age to carry a handgun. Changes the minimum age required to carry a handgun to 21 years of age.
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2023-01-09
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INSB0041Intro
25%
Penalties for acts of animal cruelty. Enhances the criminal penalty of animal cruelty from a Level 6 felony to a Level 5 felony.
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2023-01-09
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INSB0088Intro
25%
Expungement of wrongful convictions. Provides that the court shall, on its own motion and without holding a hearing, order the expungement of a person's vacated conviction record if the person qualifies for restitution as a wrongfully incarcerated pe...
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2023-01-09
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INSB0149Intro
25%
Privately made firearms. Defines a "privately made firearm" and other related terms. Makes it a Level 5 felony to possess a privately made firearm. Makes it a Level 5 felony to alter, obliterate, or remove certain marks of firearm identification or t...
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2023-01-09
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INSB0042Intro
25%
Reporting of lost or stolen firearms. Makes it a Class C infraction for a person to fail to report a lost or stolen firearm to a specified law enforcement agency within 30 days after the firearm is lost or stolen.
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2023-01-09
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INSB0085Intro
25%
Unlawful tracking of another individual. Provides that a person who, with the intent to track an individual, and without the individual's knowledge, places a tracking device on an individual or the individual's property commits remote criminal tracki...
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2023-01-09
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INSB0089Intro
25%
Sentencing for rape conviction. Provides that the definition of "credit restricted felon" includes a person who has been convicted of rape, for a crime committed after June 30, 2023.
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2023-01-09
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INSB0025Intro
25%
Cigarette tax evasion. Makes it a Level 6 felony for a person to knowingly or intentionally fail to carry invoices or delivery tickets containing certain information while transporting cigarettes that do not bear an Indiana tax stamp over Indiana hig...
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2023-01-09
[Hearing: Feb 7 @ 10:00 am]
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INSB0067Intro
25%
Sex with a minor. Adds the criminal offense of sex with a minor, 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 ag...
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2023-01-09
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