96th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
EVIDENCE

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
SB646Engler, Kevin SB 6461/11/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  4941S.01I - Makes the results of certain types of field tests for controlled substances admissible as evidence in certain preliminary hearings and applications for arrest warrants
SB909Cunningham, Jane SB 9094/5/2012 Reported Do Pass (S)
  6112S.01I - Modifies provisions of evidence law relating to business records and hearsay
HB1505Richardson, Todd HB 15052/2/2012 Referred: Judiciary (H)
  5031L.02I - Renames The Uniform Business Records as Evidence Law to The Records of Regularly Conducted Activity as Evidence Law and specifies what documents are not excluded by the hearsay rule of evidence
HB1599Webber, Stephen HB 15994/18/2012 Referred: Judiciary (H)
  5575L.01I - Changes the criteria for determining that the sentence for first degree murder will be life imprisonment without eligibility for parole instead of the death penalty
HB1625Ellinger, Rory HB 16252/23/2012 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
  4926L.01I - Prohibits any state agent from seeking the death penalty on the basis of race and permits the use of statistical evidence in certain criminal and post-conviction relief proceedings in death penalty case
HB1289Higdon, Galen HB 12892/21/2012 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  4286L.01I - Prevents the use of electronic records from a smart meter as evidence in a criminal prosecution and imposes a civil penalty on a utility for transferring these records to anyone for any purpose
HB1368Fitzwater, Paul HB 13683/5/2012 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  5292L.01I - Allows certain types of field tests for controlled substances to be admissible as evidence in certain preliminary hearings and in an application for an arrest warrant
HB1127Largent, Scott HB 11273/8/2012 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  4460L.01I - Requires certain specified crime scene photographs and video recordings to be considered closed records and not subject to disclosure under the Open Meetings and Records Law
HB1698Redmon, Craig HB 16984/25/2012 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  5571L.01I - Specifies that a person commits the crime of obstruction of justice when he or she knowingly does certain specified acts with the intent to prevent the apprehension or obstruct the prosecution of any person
HB2106Marshall, Nick HB 21065/2/2012 Referred: Rules - Pursuant to Rule 25(32)(f) (H)
  6144L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the responsibilities of the Office of the State Auditor
HB1790Torpey, Noel HB 17905/1/2012 Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
  4066L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the court admissibility of the hearsay statement of a child
HB1966Burlison, Eric HB 19665/1/2012 Laid Over (H)
  6201L.03C - Renames The Uniform Business Records as Evidence Law to The Records of Regularly Conducted Activity and specifies what documents are not excluded by any hearsay rule