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

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
SB518Engler, Kevin SB 5181/5/2012 Second Read and Referred: Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence (S)
  4162S.01I - Creates a mental health assessment pilot program for criminal offenders
SB556Curls, Shalonn SB 5561/5/2012 Second Read and Referred: Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence (S)
  4172S.01I - Allows courts to suspend imposition of an adult criminal sentence for certain juvenile offenders
HB1088White, Bill HB 10882/29/2012 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  4377L.01I - Requires a checklist form to be completed prior to finalizing an adoption which verifies that all documents and procedures have been submitted, followed, and reviewed by the judge
HB1169Franz, Ward HCS HB 11695/2/2012 Public Hearing Held (S)
  4303L.02P - Changes the laws regarding the investigation of a report of child abuse that arises from a spanking in a school
HB1171Franz, Ward HCS HB 11717/9/2012 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  4651L.02T - Changes the age when the juvenile court will have jurisdiction over a child involving a traffic violation and authorizes Franklin County to prosecute county order violations in a county municipal court
HB1202Franz, Ward HB 12023/7/2012 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  4794L.01I - Allows a juvenile court employee to receive compensation from a county or city in addition to his or her state salary
HB1384Cox, Stanley HB 13842/15/2012 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  4363L.01I - Changes the laws regarding consent to the adoption of a child
SB699Fuhr, Gary SCS SB 6995/9/2012 Reported to the Senate with... (H)
  5321S.12P - Modifies laws relating to criminal offenders under the supervision of the Department of Corrections
SB711Largent, Scott HCS SCS SB 7115/16/2012 Senate Conference Committee Appointed (S)
  5423L.04C - Modifies provisions relating to the prohibition of racial considerations in adoption preceedings
SB713Lamping, John SB 7131/26/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  4355S.03I - Modifies provisions relating to adoption records
HB1565Cauthorn, John HB 15654/4/2012 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  4492L.01I - Requires mandatory reporters of child abuse to report when they are working or acting in their official capacity and allows them to report when they are not
HB1583Carter, Chris HB 15834/18/2012 Referred: Judiciary (H)
  4035L.01I - Authorizes the juvenile court to order psychiatric evaluations of a juvenile and to order admittance to a mental health facility upon the recommendation of specified evaluations
SB786Keaveny, Joseph SB 7862/13/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5508S.03I - Requires the State Auditor to audit and compare the costs of death penalty cases and first-degree murder cases in which the death penalty is not sought
HB1721Colona, Mike HB 17214/18/2012 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
  5596L.02I - Allows certain offenders who were younger than 18 years of age at the time the offense was committed to be eligible for parole after 15 years of imprisonment under specified conditions
SB823Munzlinger, Brian SB 8232/22/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5831S.01I - Allows the Board of Probation and Parole to conduct hearings with offenders via videoconference
SB836Schaaf, Rob SB 8362/27/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  6021S.01I - Requires certain state agencies to update and verify the accuracy of the information on the respective websites, as the websites pertain to social service programs
SB872Justus, Jolie SB 8722/29/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5258S.01I - Modifies provisions relating to criminal law
HB1994Carlson, Susan HB 19944/18/2012 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  6159L.01I - Allows prospective adoptive parents and the parents of a prospective adoptee to enter into a post adoption contract agreement to allow contact between the former parents and the adoptee
HB2038Wallingford, Wayne HB 20385/3/2012 Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
  6206L.02I - Establishes Jonathan's Law which changes the requirements for the certification and transfer of a juvenile case to a court of general jurisdiction