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FLS1812IntroAuthorizing the regional counsel to provide pre-petition legal representation to indigent parents in certain child welfare matters; authorizing the regional counsel to initiate or appear in specified civil actions; providing a mechanism for determini...
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2021-03-04
To Senate Children, Families, and Elder Affairs Committee
FLH6019IntroRepeals provisions providing for death penalty for capital felonies and associated provisions.
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2021-03-02
1st Reading (Original Filed Version)
FLS0568IntroDeleting provisions relating to the death penalty for capital felonies; deleting provisions relating to the effect of a declaration by a court of last resort that the death penalty in a capital felony is unconstitutional; deleting provisions relating...
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2021-03-02
To Senate Criminal Justice Committee
FLS0756IntroSpecifying the responsibilities of regional counsels regarding witness coordination; authorizing the release of certain confidential information relating to proceedings involving children to regional counsels under specified circumstances; waiving an...
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2021-03-02
To Senate Judiciary Committee
FLH0685IntroSpecifies responsibilities of regional counsels regarding witness coordination; revises legislative intent regarding electronic filing & receipt of court documents; removes requirement that regional counsel employees be governed by JAC classification...
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2021-03-02
1st Reading (Original Filed Version)
FLH1613IntroAuthorizes office of criminal conflict & civil regional counsel to provide pre-petition legal representation to certain indigent parents in child welfare matters; authorizes regional counsel to initiate or appear in specified civil actions; requires ...
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2021-03-02
1st Reading (Original Filed Version)
FLS1926IntroCiting this act as the "Debt Free Justice for Children Act"; excluding children, their parents or legal guardians, or certain young adults, when seeking appointment of a public defender, from having to apply to the clerk of the court for a determinat...
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2021-03-01
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