KY HB569 | 2024 | Regular Session


Spectrum: Moderate Partisan Bill (Republican 14-4)
Status: Introduced on February 15 2024 - 25% progression
Action: 2024-03-12 - returned to Judiciary (H)
Pending: House Judiciary Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Introduced) [PDF]


Create a new section of KRS Chapter 431 to establish an automatic expungement process for specific eligible misdemeanor and felony convictions; allow the Commonwealth's and county attorney to object and halt the automatic expungement of certain offenses; amend KRS 431.074 to require the Administrative Office of the Courts to establish a searchable portal to allow a person to determine if his or her conviction has been expunged; amend KRS 27A.300 to provide that the centralized criminal history record information system administered pursuant to KRS 27A.310 to 27A.440 is the official record of criminal proceedings; create new section of KRS Chapter 411 to create a cause of action against criminal history providers who do not comply with an expungement order; provide that the Act may be cited as the Clean State Act.

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AN ACT relating to criminal history.



2024-03-12Housereturned to Judiciary (H)
2024-03-12House2nd reading
2024-03-12Housetaken from Judiciary (H)
2024-03-11Housereturned to Judiciary (H)
2024-03-11House1st reading
2024-03-11Housetaken from Judiciary (H)
2024-02-27Houseto Judiciary (H)
2024-02-15Houseto Committee on Committees (H)
2024-02-15Houseintroduced in House


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