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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
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Withdrawn.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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