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INSB0631IntroDrug classifications and drug schedules. Adds numerous substances to the definition of "synthetic drug". Adds epidiolex to Schedule V. Specifies that dronabinol is a Schedule II controlled substance only in oral solution.
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2019-01-16
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
INSB0628IntroTHC analysis of CBD products. Requires a person who distributes low THC hemp extract to provide a copy of the certificate of analysis to each retailer in Indiana that purchases the extract. Requires a person who sells low THC hemp extract to display ...
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2019-01-15
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INSB0488IntroPublic defenders. Authorizes the Indiana public defender commission to create guidelines and requirements pertaining to a multicounty public defender's office. Authorizes a county executive to adopt an ordinance that allows the county to enter into a...
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2019-01-15
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INSB0598IntroBail. Permits a defendant admitted to bail to select, from certain options, the manner in which the defendant will post bail. Makes conforming amendments.
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2019-01-15
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INSB0627IntroSale of low THC hemp extract products. Repeals laws concerning: (1) the distribution of low tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) hemp extract; and (2) low THC hemp extract sales. Provides that only a pharmacy or National Precursor Log Exchange (NPLEx) retailer...
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2019-01-15
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INSB0635IntroNotice of sex offender intent to move. Requires certain sex or violent offenders to notify law enforcement at least 30 days before establishing a new residence. Requires a local law enforcement authority, not later than 10 days after receipt of the n...
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2019-01-15
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INSB0383IntroAir or gas operated weapons on school property. Provides that a person who knowingly or intentionally points an air or gas operated weapon designed to expel a metal projectile at another person while present on a: (1) school bus; or (2) property affi...
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2019-01-14
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INSB0210IntroDriver's license suspension, restriction, and reinstatement. Reduces the driver's license reinstatement fee to: (1) $25 for a first suspension; (2) $50 for a second suspension; and (3) $100 for a third suspension. Establishes a temporary program to p...
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2019-01-14
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INSB0551IntroVictims of criminal acts. Provides that a new registration period may be imposed if a sex or violent offender fails to register or improperly registers as a sex or violent offender. Prohibits records held by the department of child services to be dis...
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2019-01-14
[Hearing: Jan 29 @ 10:00 am]
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INSB0561IntroOffice of the state medical examiner. Establishes the office of state medical examiner as a division of the state police department. Provides for the appointment of a licensed physician as the state medical examiner. Requires the state medical examin...
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2019-01-14
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INSB0382IntroStored value card fraud. Defines the term "stored value card". Provides that a person who, with intent to defraud, obtains property by using a stored value card, knowing that the stored value card: (1) was unlawfully obtained or retained; or (2) is f...
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2019-01-14
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INSB0519IntroDrug penalties. Provides that if a person commits the offense of: (1) dealing; or (2) an attempt or conspiracy to commit dealing; in a controlled substance, the person may be tried in any county where the person performed an act in furtherance of the...
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2019-01-14
[Hearing: Jan 29 @ 10:00 am]
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INSB0486IntroCriminal law issues. Specifies, for purposes of operating while intoxicated, a minimum amount of delta- 9- tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and the manner in which a chemical test for THC must be conducted. Requires the state department of toxicology to ad...
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2019-01-14
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INSB0173IntroExpungement 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 have the person's addiction diso...
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2019-01-10
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INSB0356IntroIndiana public defender commission. Increases the membership of the Indiana public defender commission from 11 members to 15 members. Provides that commission membership includes the following: (1) One member appointed by the board of directors of th...
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2019-01-10
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INSB0243IntroNonconsensual pornography. Defines "intimate image" and makes it a Class A misdemeanor for a person to distribute or display an intimate image of an individual whom the person knows or reasonably should know does not consent to the distribution or di...
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2019-01-10
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INSB0340IntroMoratorium 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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2019-01-08
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INSB0336IntroMisdemeanor penalties. Makes numerous misdemeanors civil infractions. Repeals the crimes of vending machine vandalism and refusing to yield a party line. Increases the penalty for obstructing a medical person from a Class B misdemeanor to a Class A m...
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2019-01-08
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INSB0327IntroSchool bus safety. Provides that a person who operates a vehicle and recklessly passes a school bus stopped to load or unload a student when the arm signal device is extended commits a Class B misdemeanor. Provides that a person who operates a vehicl...
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2019-01-07
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INSB0328IntroCommon nuisance. Reduces the penalty for maintaining a common nuisance from a Level 6 felony to a Class A misdemeanor for a first offense.
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2019-01-07
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INSB0288IntroLifeline law. Provides immunity from arrest, prosecution, probation or parole revocation, and civil forfeiture for an offense involving: (1) delivering alcohol to a minor or providing a place for a minor to consume alcohol; (2) possession of parapher...
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2019-01-07
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INSB0304IntroIntimidation 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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2019-01-07
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INSB0331IntroCrimes involving the death of an individual. Increases the penalty for certain crimes involving death. Provides that a court may suspend only that part of a sentence that is in excess of the minimum sentence for a person convicted of a Level 3 or Lev...
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2019-01-07
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INSB0301IntroDeath sentence elimination and life imprisonment. Abolishes the death penalty. Repeals the law concerning the imposition and execution of death sentences and makes conforming amendments. Specifies that if a person was sentenced to death and is awaiti...
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2019-01-07
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INSB0319IntroSentencing after probation revocation. Removes the statutory provision requiring the commission of a new criminal offense from the probation revocation statute concerning Level 6 offenses.
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2019-01-07
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INSB0272IntroLifeline law. Provides immunity from arrest, prosecution, probation or parole revocation, and civil forfeiture for an offense involving: (1) delivering alcohol to a minor or providing a place for a minor to consume alcohol; (2) possession of parapher...
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2019-01-07
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INSB0303IntroCriminal law matters. Provides that the crime of escape does not include the intentional removal of an electronic monitoring device or GPS tracking device. Reduces the penalty for maintaining a common nuisance from a Level 6 felony to a Class A misde...
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2019-01-07
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INSB0276IntroOpioid treatment pilot program. Extends the opioid treatment pilot program until 2022. (Under current law the pilot program will expire in 2020.) Removes Marion County from the pilot program.
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2019-01-07
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INSB0097IntroForfeiture. Establishes a new procedure for civil forfeiture, and treats seized property in which a person asserts an ownership interest differently from seized property that is abandoned or unclaimed. Permits seized property that is not abandoned or...
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2019-01-03
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INSB0185IntroOperating a vehicle. Requires a person to operate a vehicle: (1) in a careful and prudent manner; (2) using due regard for the given weather conditions, road conditions, and traffic conditions; and (3) in such a way as to maintain proper control of t...
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2019-01-03
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INSB0023IntroCrimes 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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2019-01-03
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INSB0011IntroNeedle exchange program participation. Requires a qualified entity to establish and maintain a syringe exchange program registry. Provides a defense to prosecution of certain offenses related to controlled substances if: (1) a person is currently reg...
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2019-01-03
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INSB0110IntroDrug dealing. Adds an item to the existing list of enhancing circumstances for offenses relating to controlled substances. Provides that an enhancing circumstance means that the person committed the offense in, on, or within 500 feet of a facility: (...
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2019-01-03
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INSB0019IntroCrimes against public safety officials. Increases the penalty for battery if it is committed against a public safety official or a relative of a public safety official because of the official's status or perceived status as a public safety official, ...
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2019-01-03
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INSB0078IntroPublic order offense enhancement. Allows the court to sentence a person to an additional fixed term of imprisonment between six months and 2 1/2 years if a person is found guilty of committing a public order offense and the person concealed the perso...
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2019-01-03
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INSB0024IntroOWI and public safety officials. Makes operating while intoxicated a Level 6 felony if the operator causes bodily injury to a public safety official or property damage to an authorized emergency vehicle.
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2019-01-03
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INSB0124IntroEmployers and expungement. Specifies that the prohibition against questioning a person applying for: (1) employment; (2) a license; or (3) another right or privilege; concerning an expunged arrest or conviction also applies during an interview. Provi...
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2019-01-03
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INSB0090IntroImmunity under the lifeline law. Specifies that a law enforcement officer may not arrest a person for an offense involving possession of paraphernalia, a syringe, or a controlled substance if the officer's contact with the person was due to the repor...
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2019-01-03
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INSB0213IntroPossession of marijuana. 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 possession of marijuana can be for an...
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2019-01-03
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INSB0031IntroTraumatic 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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2019-01-03
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INSB0159IntroDefenses relating to controlled substance offenses. Provides a defense to prosecution of certain offenses relating to controlled substances if: (1) before a law enforcement officer performs a search of the person or the person's property, the person ...
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2019-01-03
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INSB0123IntroAccess to expunged records. Provides that law enforcement officers lacking a court order may access expunged information or records only when acting in an: (1) enforcement; or (2) investigative; capacity.
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2019-01-03
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INSB0035IntroImmunity 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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2019-01-03
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INSB0081IntroLewd touching. Provides that a person who, without the consent of the other person, rubs or fondles another person's covered or uncovered genitals, buttocks, pubic area, or female breast commits lewd touching, a Class A misdemeanor.
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2019-01-03
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INSB0089IntroSafe distance for 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. (A violat...
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2019-01-03
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INSB0101IntroCommission to combat drug abuse. Adds one member of the clergy of a religious organization appointed by the governor to the membership of the Indiana commission to combat drug abuse. Makes a conforming change.
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2019-01-03
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INSB0240IntroTerrorism and extortion. Repeals and replaces in a new article the offense of: (1) possession, use, or manufacture of a weapon of mass destruction; (2) agricultural terrorism; (3) terroristic mischief; and (4) terroristic deception. Specifies that "t...
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2019-01-03
[Hearing: Jan 29 @ 10:00 am]
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INSB0237IntroSuspension of a sentence for a felony. Provides that a court may suspend only that part of a sentence that is in excess of the minimum sentence for a person convicted of a Level 2 or Level 3 felony who has a prior unrelated felony conviction, other t...
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2019-01-03
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INSB0264IntroAge 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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2019-01-03
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INSB0238IntroIndiana 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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2019-01-03
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