Tennessee Subject | Expunction

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TNSB2001PassAs introduced, changes the number of days in which a district attorney general may submit recommendations to the court regarding a petition for expunction for offenses related to status as a victim of human trafficking from 60 days to 65 days. - Amen...
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2022-05-11
Signed by Governor.
TNHB2102Intro
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As introduced, changes the number of days in which a district attorney general may submit recommendations to the court regarding a petition for expunction for offenses related to status as a victim of human trafficking from 60 days to 65 days. - Amen...
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2022-04-25
Sponsor(s) Added.
TNSB1781PassAs enacted, permits a person to have the person's criminal records expunged if the person has been convicted of one or more criminal offenses other than the offense for which the person is seeking expunction; clarifies that a person is only eligible ...
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2022-04-20
Sponsor(s) Added.
TNHB2790Intro
25%
As introduced, adds the fact that the person has not been arrested in seven years as a circumstance under which, upon petition by the person, all public records of that person must be removed and destroyed without cost to the person. - Amends TCA Tit...
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2022-04-06
Taken off notice for cal in s/c Criminal Justice Subcommittee of Criminal Justice Committee
TNSB1431Intro
25%
As introduced, decreases from five to three years the amount of time that must have elapsed since the completion of a person's misdemeanor sentence before the person may apply for expunction of records. - Amends TCA Title 40, Chapter 32, Part 1.
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2022-04-05
To Senate Judiciary Committee
TNHB1438Intro
25%
As introduced, requires a court to issue an order of expunction after a person completes the sentence imposed for any misdemeanor or Class C, D, or E felony that was nonviolent and was not a sexual offense. - Amends TCA Title 39 and Title 40.
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2022-03-30
Taken off notice for cal in s/c Criminal Justice Subcommittee of Criminal Justice Committee
TNHB1679PassAs enacted, permits a person to have the person's criminal records expunged if the person has been convicted of one or more criminal offenses other than the offense for which the person is seeking expunction; clarifies that a person is only eligible ...
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2022-03-30
Effective date(s) 07/01/2022
TNHB2567Intro
25%
As introduced, increases from two to three the number of misdemeanor offenses for which a person can have the criminal records expunged if one of the offenses was a Class C misdemeanor. - Amends TCA Title 40.
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2022-03-30
Taken off notice for cal in s/c Criminal Justice Subcommittee of Criminal Justice Committee
TNSB1486Intro
25%
As introduced, requires a court to issue an order of expunction after a person completes the sentence imposed for any misdemeanor or Class C, D, or E felony that was nonviolent and was not a sexual offense. - Amends TCA Title 39 and Title 40.
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2022-03-29
To Senate Judiciary Committee
TNSB2546Intro
25%
As introduced, increases from two to three the number of misdemeanor offenses for which a person can have the criminal records expunged if one of the offenses was a Class C misdemeanor. - Amends TCA Title 40.
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2022-03-22
To Senate Judiciary Committee
TNSB2842Intro
25%
As introduced, increases from two to three the number of misdemeanor offenses for which a person can have the records expunged if all of the offenses were violations of title 70. - Amends TCA Title 40.
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2022-02-14
Withdrawn.
TNSB2520Intro
25%
As introduced, adds the fact that the person has not been arrested in seven years as a circumstance under which, upon petition by the person, all public records of that person must be removed and destroyed without cost to the person. - Amends TCA Tit...
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2022-02-08
Sponsor(s) Added.
TNSB0675PassAs enacted, authorizes a clerk to charge a fee of less than $100 for expunction; expands the offenses for which expunction is permitted; revises other related provisions. - Amends TCA Section 8-21-401 and Title 40.
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2021-06-01
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 539
TNSB0707PassAs enacted, extends eligibility for expunction to a person convicted of Class A misdemeanor assault prior to July 1, 2000. - Amends TCA Section 40-32-101 and Section 40-35-313.
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2021-06-01
Effective date(s) 07/01/2021
TNHB0888PassAs enacted, authorizes a clerk to charge a fee of less than $100 for expunction; expands the offenses for which expunction is permitted; revises other related provisions. - Amends TCA Section 8-21-401 and Title 40.
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2021-06-01
Effective date(s) 07/01/2021
TNHB1102PassAs enacted, extends eligibility for expunction to a person convicted of Class A misdemeanor assault prior to July 1, 2000. - Amends TCA Section 40-32-101 and Section 40-35-313.
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2021-06-01
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 494
TNHB0893PassAs enacted, allows a person who was convicted of a nonviolent offense committed prior to January 1, 1980, and received a pardon for the offense to have the person's criminal records related to the offense expunged. - Amends TCA Title 40, Chapter 32.
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2021-05-18
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 361
TNSB1028PassAs enacted, allows a person who was convicted of a nonviolent offense committed prior to January 1, 1980, and received a pardon for the offense to have the person's criminal records related to the offense expunged. - Amends TCA Title 40, Chapter 32.
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2021-05-18
Effective date(s) 07/01/2021
TNSB0965PassAs enacted, requires a judge to notify, if practicable, a defendant at the time of sentencing if the conviction is for an expungeable offense and the time period after which a petition to expunge may be filed; requires the administrative office of th...
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2021-05-18
Effective date(s) 07/01/2021
TNHB1319PassAs enacted, requires a judge to notify, if practicable, a defendant at the time of sentencing if the conviction is for an expungeable offense and the time period after which a petition to expunge may be filed; requires the administrative office of th...
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2021-05-18
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 358
TNHB1167Intro
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As introduced, authorizes a court ordering the expunction of a person's public record following discharge to send the order to the Tennessee bureau of investigation in electronic format. - Amends TCA Title 37; Title 38; Title 39 and Title 40.
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2021-04-21
Taken off notice for cal in s/c Criminal Justice Subcommittee of Criminal Justice Committee
TNSB1096Intro
25%
As introduced, authorizes a court ordering the expunction of a person's public record following discharge to send the order to the Tennessee bureau of investigation in electronic format. - Amends TCA Title 37; Title 38; Title 39 and Title 40.
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2021-04-20
To Senate Judiciary Committee
TNHB0995FailAs introduced, decreases from five to three years the amount of time that must have elapsed since the completion of a person's misdemeanor sentence before the person may apply for expunction of records. - Amends TCA Title 40, Chapter 32, Part 1.
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2021-03-24
Failed in s/c Criminal Justice Subcommittee of Criminal Justice Committee
TNHB1175Intro
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As introduced, reduces, from 60 days to 30 days, the time within which a district attorney general may respond with recommendations on a petition for expunction of a criminal conviction. - Amends TCA Section 8-21-401 and Title 40.
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2021-02-24
P2C, caption bill, held on desk - pending amdt.
TNSB0942Intro
25%
As introduced, reduces, from 30 days to 10 days, the time within which a court that issues an order of expunction following the defendant's successful completion of a diversion program is required to submit a copy of the order to the Tennessee bureau...
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2021-02-22
To Senate Judiciary Committee
TNHB1106Intro
25%
As introduced, reduces, from 30 days to 10 days, the time within which a court that issues an order of expunction following the defendant's successful completion of a diversion program is required to submit a copy of the order to the Tennessee bureau...
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2021-02-22
P2C, caption bill, held on desk - pending amdt.
TNSB0493Intro
25%
As introduced, reduces, from 60 days to 30 days, the time within which a district attorney general may respond with recommendations on a petition for expunction of a criminal conviction. - Amends TCA Section 8-21-401 and Title 40.
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2021-02-11
To Senate Judiciary Committee
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