99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
BillSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB1249Plocher, DeanHB 1249
 4127H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to municipal courts
HB1301Conway, KathieHB 1301
 4346H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the distribution of moneys from the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund to the state forensic laboratory account
HB1316Mitten, GinaHB 1316
 4335H.01I - Requires a peace officer to provide an oral advisement and obtain written consent for a voluntary search of a person not under arrest or the person's effects or vehicle
HB1318Roberts, StevenHB 1318
 4093H.01I - Establishes the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition Pilot Program
HB1331Pietzman, RandyHB 1331
 4309H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to a victim's right to make a statement
HB1340Newman, StaceyHB 1340
 4724H.01I - Establishes extreme risk protection orders and gun violence seizure warrants, and prohibits certain persons involved in domestic violence from possessing a firearm
HB1433Berry, T.J.HB 1433
 4627H.01I - Abolishes the death penalty in Missouri
HB1483Kelley, MikeHB 1483
 4160H.01I - Requires a convicted sex offender to be told of his or her obligation to register as a sex offender both prior to release or discharge and at the time of adjudication
HB1497Dogan, ShamedHB 1497
 4636H.01I - Requires law enforcement agencies to adopt a written investigation policy for officer-involved deaths
HB1501Dogan, ShamedHB 1501
 4649H.01I - Prohibits law enforcement agencies from transferring seized property to a federal agency in forfeiture litigation except if the seized property is $100,000 or more in currency
HB1530Kelley, MikeHB 1530
 4206H.01I - Modifies the standard for acting in self-defense or defense of another when asserting battered spouse syndrome
HB1579Franks Jr., BruceHB 1579
 5144H.02I - Modifies provisions relating to good time credit for offenders committed to the department of corrections
HB1590Smith, CodyHB 1590
 4500H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the statute of limitations for certain offenses
HB1596Higdon, GalenHB 1596
 4044H.01I - Provides that certain mandatory minimum sentences may be discretionary and creates provisions when a person is eligible for a parole hearing
HB1615Reiboldt, BillHB 1615
 5325H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the crime of animal trespass
HB1633Corlew, KevinHB 1633
 5357H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to convictions of included offenses
HB1681Chipman, JasonHB 1681
 4314H.01I - Specifies that convictions and certain pleas in municipal court may be proved to affect the credibility of a witness
HB1695Unsicker, SarahHB 1695
 4614H.01I - Abolishes the death penalty and specifies that any person sentenced to death before August 28, 2018, must be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole
HB1732Merideth, PeterHB 1732
 4981H.01I - Requires a judge or a jury to determine if a person's life would constitute a threat to another or society prior to issuing a sentence of death
HB1739Smith, CodyHB 1739
 5545H.01I - Allows the court to depart from minimum sentencing provisions in certain circumstances
HB1776Ellington, BrandonHB 1776
 5449H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to good time credit for prisoners and provisions authorizing expungement of certain criminal records
HB1777Ellington, BrandonHB 1777
 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
HB1780Ellington, BrandonHB 1780
 5323H.01I - Establishes law enforcement procedures relating to racial profiling, searches and seizures, and traffic stops
HB1813Smith, ClemHB 1813
 5360H.01I - Raises the daily amount a wrongfully imprisoned person may receive from $50 to $128
HB1834Adams, JoeHB 1834
 4420H.01I - Requires a law enforcement officer who waives the right to a jury for a lethal shooting crime be tried by a three-judge panel
HB1935McCann Beatty, GailHB 1935
 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
HB1970Fitzwater, TravisHB 1970
 5766H.01I - Authorizes legal counsel for the Department of Mental Health to have standing in certain hearings involving a person unable to stand trial due to lack of mental fitness
HB1987Ellington, BrandonHB 1987
 5611H.01I - Removes the statute of limitations for certain actions regarding child abuse and sexual offenses committed against a child
HB1996Roberts, StevenHB 1996
 5405H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to racial profiling and training standards for law enforcement, and establishes the Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory Board
HB2026Wilson, KennethHB 2026
 5747H.02I - Modifies provisions relating to the separation of persons confined in jails
HB2062White, BillHCS HB 2062
 5621H.02C - Allows law enforcement agencies located in the Joplin area to request assistance from agencies in other jurisdictions, including some jurisdictions located in Kansas and Oklahoma.
HB2066Roberts, StevenHB 2066
 5282H.02I - Changes the law regarding criminal procedure so that a prosecuting attorney cannot amend a misdemeanor offense with a felony offense without the discovery of new material facts or evidence
HB2124Kelley, MikeHB 2124
 5785H.01I - Specifies that no defendant shall be allowed a change of venue as a matter of right
HB2132Butler, MichaelHB 2132
 5156H.01I - Specifies procedure in officer-involved deaths and severe officer misconduct by requiring a special prosecutor
HB2145Marshall, NickHB 2145
 5933H.01I - Creates the offense of unlawful traffic interference
HB2185Smith, ClemHB 2185
 5901H.01I - Removes the statute of limitations for certain actions regarding child abuse and sexual offenses committed against a child
HB2194Conway, KathieHB 2194
 5975H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to criminal records
HB2218Roberts, StevenHB 2218
 6097H.01I - Abolishes the death penalty in Missouri
HB2259Lichtenegger, DonnaHB 2259
 6010H.01I - Changes the laws regarding rape kits by requiring the attorney general to establish a system to track the status of the kits
HB2310Merideth, PeterHB 2310
 5867H.01I - Repeals a provision of law stating that an officer may use all necessary means to effect an arrest when a defendant flees or forcibly resists arrest after he or she is given notice of the officer's intent to arrest
HB2391McCann Beatty, GailHB 2391
 4854H.01I - Specifies procedure in officer-involved deaths and shootings by requiring a special prosecutor
HB2396Ross, RobertHB 2396
 6205H.01I - Specifies that legal services for certain indigent defendants shall be contracted out to private attorneys
HB2397Dogan, ShamedHB 2397
 6314H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the administration of the criminal justice system
HB2454Remole, TimHB 2454
 6411H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the offense of fraudulent use of a credit device or debit device
HB2455Roberts, StevenHB 2455
 6165H.01I - Provides a method for judicial consideration of whether race played a role in decisions to impose or seek the death penalty
HB2459Dogan, ShamedHB 2459
 6418H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to trial procedures for murder in the first degree
HB2507Dogan, ShamedHB 2507
 6374H.01I - Prohibits law enforcement agencies from transferring seized property to a federal agency in forfeiture litigation except if the seized property is $50,000 or more in currency
HB2509Hannegan, TomHB 2509
 6441H.01I - Provides that a person cannot be sentenced to death if he or she raises the issue that he or she suffered from a serious mental illness at the time of the commission of the offense
HB2526Roberts, StevenHB 2526
 6223H.01I - Provides that certain mandatory minimum sentences may be discretionary and creates provisions when a person is eligible for a parole hearing
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