Bills Pending Indiana Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee

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INHB1053Engross
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Test strips. Removes provisions related to testing the strength, effectiveness, or purity of a controlled substance in the criminal laws concerning possession of controlled substance paraphernalia.
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2024-02-15
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INHB1235Engross
50%
Prohibited causes of action concerning firearms. Provides that only the state of Indiana may bring or maintain an action by or on behalf of a political subdivision against a firearm or ammunition manufacturer, trade association, seller, or dealer, co...
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2024-02-12
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INHB1418Engross
50%
Forensic diversion and drug courts. Provides that a pregnant woman charged with a drug crime may be referred to a forensic diversion program or a drug court at an initial hearing.
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2024-02-12
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INHB1238Engross
50%
Competency evaluation. Requires the division of mental health and addiction to establish a training program to certify a competency evaluator to assist a court in determining competency. Provides that certain licensed individuals may examine a defend...
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2024-02-12
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INHB1240Engross
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Criminal law issues. Makes numerous changes to the criminal law, including: (1) changing references from "county prosecuting attorney" to "prosecuting attorney"; (2) specifying the membership of county school safety commissions; (3) removing and repl...
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2024-02-07
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INHB1132Engross
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Investigators employed by the attorney general. Provides that the attorney general shall designate not more than four investigators employed within the state Medicaid fraud control unit to be law enforcement officers of the state. Provides that the a...
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2024-02-05
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
INSR0006Intro
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Urging the Legislative Council to assign the topic of the effectiveness of awarding time off of sentences for individuals serving sentences at the Indiana DOC participating in the CPCT Program. A SENATE RESOLUTION urging the Legislative Council to as...
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2024-02-05
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INHB1338Engross
50%
Security of property and meeting decorum. Allows the governing bodies of certain local government agencies (local agencies) to adopt rules or policies governing the conduct of meetings. Provides that a rule or policy may provide that the presiding me...
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2024-02-05
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INSB0007Intro
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Use of fabricated media in elections. Defines "fabricated media" as any of the following that is created through a generative adversarial network or other generative artificial intelligence technology: (1) An altered facsimile of an audio or visual r...
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2024-01-25
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
INHB1047Engross
50%
Sexual offenses. Provides that an action for injury to a person that results from the sexual abuse of a child, that has expired under the current statute of limitations, may be commenced at any time against certain entities seeking bankruptcy protect...
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2024-01-25
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INSB0280Intro
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Eyewitness identification procedures. Establishes a procedure to be used by a law enforcement agency in conducting a lineup. Makes conforming amendments.
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2024-01-22
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
INSB0266Intro
25%
Video voyeurism. Provides that "peep", for purposes of the voyeurism statute, includes the use of a concealed camera with the intent of capturing an intimate image. Makes conforming amendments.
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2024-01-22
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INSB0289Intro
25%
Sealing of red flag records. Requires the sealing of certain records concerning a proceeding under the red flag law if a person is found: (1) not to be dangerous; or (2) no longer to be dangerous.
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2024-01-16
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INSB0291Intro
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Compassionate release. Allows certain convicted persons that have a chronic medical condition or are terminally ill or gravely disabled to file a petition for sentence modification, without the consent of the prosecuting attorney. Defines "chronic me...
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2024-01-16
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INSB0279Intro
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Juvenile facility visitation policies. Provides that it is the policy of Indiana to encourage and promote communication between a child and the child's family when a child in need of services or delinquency proceeding results in separation of a child...
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2024-01-16
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INSB0217Intro
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Abortion matters. Prohibits the prescribing or possessing of an abortion inducing drug. Provides for the discipline of a practitioner and a Class A misdemeanor for a violation of the prohibition with a Level 6 felony for subsequent offenses. Establis...
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2024-01-10
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INSB0236Intro
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Expungement and firearms. Specifies, for purposes of the expungement statute, that a person whose conviction for a misdemeanor involving the use of a firearm, or for a felony, is expunged is entitled to restoration of the person's right to possess a ...
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2024-01-10
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
INSB0144Intro
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Firearms matters. Allows a juvenile who is at least 16 years of age to be charged in adult court for the commission of certain offenses relating to the unlawful transfer of a firearm. Permits a child to travel with a firearm to or from certain activi...
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2024-01-08
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
INSB0095Intro
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Local regulation of firearms. Specifies that certain restrictions on the local regulation of firearms, ammunition, and firearm accessories may not be construed to prevent a county, municipality, or township (unit) from regulating firearms, ammunition...
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2024-01-08
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INSB0096Intro
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Possession of controlled substance paraphernalia. Defines "fentanyl test strip". Provides that the possession of a fentanyl test strip is not a crime.
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2024-01-08
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INSB0163Intro
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Firearms. Prohibits a person from carrying a firearm in or near: (1) a chute; (2) polls; (3) certain areas where voters congregate or are likely to congregate; or (4) any room where ballots are being counted. Provides that the offense is a Class C mi...
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2024-01-08
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INSB0012Intro
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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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2024-01-08
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INSB0011Intro
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Child seduction. Provides that an elected official, a public appointee, or an officer of the court commits child seduction if the elected official, public appointee, or officer of the court abuses the person's professional relationship with a child t...
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2024-01-08
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INSB0024Intro
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Minimum age to carry a handgun. Changes the minimum age required to carry a handgun to 21 years of age.
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2024-01-08
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INSB0026Intro
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Prohibition of firearms at polling places. Prohibits a person from carrying a firearm in or near: (1) a chute; (2) polls; (3) certain areas where voters congregate or are likely to congregate; or (4) any room where ballots are being counted. Provides...
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2024-01-08
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INSB0044Intro
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Administrative subpoena for certain investigations. Authorizes the state police department to issue an administrative subpoena to obtain certain records, if: (1) the subpoena relates to an investigation of an offense that involves the sexual exploita...
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2024-01-08
To Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee
INSB0066Intro
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Various firearms matters. Requires a person wishing to sell, trade, or transfer (transfer) a firearm to another person to transact the transfer through a dealer and provide the dealer with certain information. Specifies the background checks that a d...
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2024-01-08
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