99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
PROBATION AND PAROLE

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB1935McCann Beatty, Gail HB 19355/18/2018 Referred: Corrections and Public Institutions
  4574H.01I - Establishes provisions for lifetime parole supervision for offenders serving sentences of life without parole after a minimum of twenty-five years of confinement
HB2526Roberts, Steven HB 25265/18/2018 Referred: Corrections and Public Institutions
  6223H.01I - Provides that certain mandatory minimum sentences may be discretionary and creates provisions when a person is eligible for a parole hearing
HB2609Schroer, Nick HB 26093/7/2018 Referred: Judiciary
  6422H.02I - Modifies provisions relating to the supervision of parolees and probationers
HB2640Smith, Cody HB 26403/7/2018 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
  6372H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to predatory and persistent sexual offenders
HB1596Higdon, Galen HB 15962/7/2018 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
  4044H.01I - Provides that certain mandatory minimum sentences may be discretionary and creates provisions when a person is eligible for a parole hearing
HB1777Ellington, Brandon HB 17775/18/2018 Referred: Corrections and Public Institutions
  5321H.01I - Modifies when a person may be eligible for parole if such person was under 21 years of age when the offense was committed and was sentenced after January 1, 1976
HB1776Ellington, Brandon HB 17763/6/2018 Referred: General Laws
  5449H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to good time credit for prisoners and provisions authorizing expungement of certain criminal records
HB1813Smith, Clem HB 18135/18/2018 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
  5360H.01I - Raises the daily amount a wrongfully imprisoned person may receive from $50 to $128
HB1869Kelley, Mike HB 18694/10/2018 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  5563H.01I - Requires first-time offenders of certain dangerous felonies to serve a minimum of 50% of their sentence
HB1556Neely, Jim HB 15564/26/2018 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
  5274H.01I - Allows any local governing agency to establish a work for restitution program and requires certain nonviolent offenders to participate in and complete the program
HB1579Franks Jr., Bruce HB 15794/26/2018 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
  5144H.02I - Modifies provisions relating to good time credit for offenders committed to the department of corrections
HB1359Hannegan, Tom HCS HB 13594/25/2018 Reported Do Pass (H)
  4611H.02C - Authorizes the early parole of certain offenders over the age of seventy
HB2397Dogan, Shamed HCS HB 23975/17/2018 Dropped from Calendar - Pursuant to House Rules (H)
  6314H.02C - Modifies provisions relating to the administration of the criminal justice system
HB2549Morse, Herman HB 25495/17/2018 Dropped from Calendar - Pursuant to House Rules (H)
  6496H.02I - Provides that judges may consider assigning a person placed on probation to roadside cleanup as a condition of probation
HB2499Hansen, Jim HB 24995/8/2018 Second read and referred: Senate Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence
  6450H.01P - Modifies provisions relating to videoconferencing at parole hearings
HB1344Hill, Justin HB 13443/15/2018 Second read and referred: Senate Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence
  4828H.01P - Modifies provisions relating to private probation services for misdemeanor offenders
HCB20Roden, Shane HCS HCB 204/24/2018 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
  6766H.04C - Modifies provisions relating to corrections
HB2026Wilson, Kenneth SCS HB 20265/3/2018 Placed on Informal Calendar
  5747S.04C - Modifies provisions relating to the separation of persons confined in jails
SB966Gregory, David HCS SS SCS SB 9665/15/2018 Reported to the Senate with... (H)
  5990H.06C - Modifies provisions relating to the administration of the criminal justice system