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TNHB0193PassAs enacted, permits an eligible petitioner to have multiple, nonviolent convictions for offenses that resulted from the petitioner's status as a victim of human trafficking expunged if the expunction is in the best interest of justice and public safe...
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2019-05-01
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 199
TNSB0577PassAs enacted, permits an eligible petitioner to have multiple, nonviolent convictions for offenses that resulted from the petitioner's status as a victim of human trafficking expunged if the expunction is in the best interest of justice and public safe...
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2019-05-01
Pub. Ch. 199
TNHB0941PassAs enacted, removes $180 fee for an individual petitioning the court for an expunction of certain criminal offenses; removes $350 fee for a defendant applying for expunction of an offense following the completion of a diversion program. - Amends TCA ...
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2019-05-01
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 200
TNSB0797PassAs enacted, removes $180 fee for an individual petitioning the court for an expunction of certain criminal offenses; removes $350 fee for a defendant applying for expunction of an offense following the completion of a diversion program. - Amends TCA ...
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2019-05-01
Pub. Ch. 200
TNSB0297IntroAs introduced, corrects error in code to clarify that a petitioner is required to pay $180 upon filing a petition for expunction, rather than $350; revises fee to be $180 instead of $350 for a defendant applying for expunction of an offense following...
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2019-04-23
To Senate Judiciary Committee
TNHB0134IntroAs introduced, decreases from five to three years the amount of time from the completion of a person's sentence that must have elapsed before the person may apply for expunction of records. - Amends TCA Title 40, Chapter 32, Part 1.
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2019-04-03
To House Constitutional Protections & Sentencing Subcommittee
TNHB0560IntroAs introduced, permits the expunction of certain misdemeanor offenses not eligible under current law. - Amends TCA Title 40.
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2019-04-03
Returned to the Clerk's Desk.
TNHB0903IntroAs introduced, corrects error in code to clarify that a petitioner is required to pay $180 upon filing a petition for expunction, rather than $350; revises fee to be $180 instead of $350 for a defendant applying for expunction of an offense following...
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2019-04-03
Returned to the Clerk's Desk.
TNHB1348IntroAs introduced, clarifies that a person seeking expunction of multiple offenses must petition the court in which the most recent conviction occurred; requires the clerk to serve the petition on the district attorney general for that judicial district ...
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2019-04-03
To House Constitutional Protections & Sentencing Subcommittee
TNSB0827EngrossAs introduced, clarifies that a person seeking expunction of multiple offenses must petition the court in which the most recent conviction occurred; requires the clerk to serve the petition on the district attorney general for that judicial district ...
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2019-03-21
Rcvd. from S., held on H. desk.
TNSB1217IntroAs introduced, allows persons pardoned by the governor for nonviolent crimes committed before January 1, 1980, to have the public records involving the crime expunged upon filing a petition. - Amends TCA Title 40, Chapter 28 and Title 40, Chapter 32.
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2019-02-12
Withdrawn.
TNHB0587IntroAs introduced, permits expunction of certain nonviolent felonies after 10 years have elapsed since the completion of the sentence imposed for the most recent offense. - Amends TCA Title 39 and Title 40.
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2019-02-11
Assigned to s/c Constitutional Protections & Sentencing Subcommittee
TNSB0506IntroAs introduced, permits the expunction of certain misdemeanor offenses not eligible under current law. - Amends TCA Title 40.
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2019-02-07
To Senate Judiciary Committee
TNSB0505IntroAs introduced, permits expunction of certain nonviolent felonies after 10 years have elapsed since the completion of the sentence imposed for the most recent offense. - Amends TCA Title 39 and Title 40.
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2019-02-07
To Senate Judiciary Committee
TNSB0088IntroAs introduced, decreases from five to three years the amount of time from the completion of a person's sentence that must have elapsed before the person may apply for expunction of records. - Amends TCA Title 40, Chapter 32, Part 1.
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2019-01-30
To Senate Judiciary Committee
TNHB0047IntroAs introduced, allows a person seeking expunction to pay an additional $250 fee for expedited expunction, which shall be given priority in docketing; requires removal and destruction of records to occur within 30 days of the court's order granting ex...
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2019-01-22
Assigned to s/c Constitutional Protections & Sentencing Subcommittee
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