CRIMES AND PUNISHMENT
Missouri House of Representatives
Bills Indexed by Subject
CRIMES AND PUNISHMENT

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HB 1028 --- Sponsor: Bartle, Matt
Prohibits the cloning of human beings.
HB 1029 --- Sponsor: Campbell, Marsha --- CoSponsor: Lawson, Maurice
Revises criminal laws.
HB 1037 --- Sponsor: Monaco, Ralph A. --- CoSponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Eliminates statute of limitations for forcible rape and sodomy.
HB 1045 --- Sponsor: Selby, Harold R.
Prohibits liquor sales in movie theaters.
HB 1047 --- Sponsor: Smith, Philip
Revises juvenile court jurisdiction, changes 15 1/2 to 15 and gives juvenile court jurisdiction over tobacco violations.
HB 1049 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan --- CoSponsor: Barnett, Rex
Authorizes certain retired or off-duty officers to carry concealed weapons.
HB 1056 --- Sponsor: Byrd, Richard
Requires juvenile sex offenders to provide notice of their status as such to their school superintendent.
HB 1058 --- Sponsor: Haywood, Esther
Adds arson to the hate crimes statute and makes it a class A felony regardless of whether it is 1st or 2nd degree or whether anyone was injured.
HB 1059 --- Sponsor: Haywood, Esther
Creates crime of failure to control a vicious animal, and allows impoundment pending verdict and humane killing upon plea or finding of guilt.
HB 1074 --- Sponsor: Monaco, Ralph A. --- CoSponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Eliminates statute of limitations for forcible rape and sodomy.
HB 1076 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Johnson, Rick
Increases the time persons arrested for felonies may be held without a charge to thirty-two hours.
HB 1077 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Willoughby, Philip
Expands the requirement for registration of sex offenders.
HB 1082 --- Sponsor: Fraser, Barbara
Regulates the use of epinephrine auto-injector devices by emergency medical technicians.
HB 1088 --- Sponsor: Hanaway, Catherine L --- CoSponsor: Hollingsworth, Katherine
Creates crime of bestiality.
HB 1090 --- Sponsor: Reynolds, David L.
Requires tanning facilities to be licensed.
HB 1095 --- Sponsor: Relford, Randall H. --- CoSponsor: Barnett, Rex
Requires motor vehicles traveling on four lane highways to move to passing lane to overtake a stationary vehicle on shoulder of highway.
HB 1100 --- Sponsor: Relford, Randall H. --- CoSponsor: Seigfreid, James
Revises definitions for forestry and application process to designate land as forest croplands, and creates a forest landowner cost-share incentive program.
HB 1127 --- Sponsor: Smith, Philip
Requires lobbyists to wear identification badges.
HB 1132 --- Sponsor: Walton, Juanita Head
Provides for impeachment of municipal elected officials.
HB 1134 --- Sponsor: Relford, Randall H. --- CoSponsor: Seigfreid, James
Revises definitions for forestry and application process to designate land as forest croplands, and creates a forest landowner cost-share incentive program.
HB 1138 --- Sponsor: Byrd, Richard
Requires owners of certain interests in public utilities and suppliers of public utilities to notify the Public Service Commission.
HB 1140 --- Sponsor: Crawford, Larry --- CoSponsor: Reinhart, Annie
Makes it a crime to sell a child.
HB 1153 --- Sponsor: Ostmann, Cindy
Increase the statute of limitations for forcible, attempted forcible and statutory rape and sodomy 1st and 2nd degrees from 3 years to 20 years.
HB 1154 --- Sponsor: Smith, Philip
Revises the purpose of chapter 211 on juvenile courts.
HB 1155 --- Sponsor: Shields, Charles W.
Requires drivers of motor vehicles to use passing lane to overtake stationary emergency vehicle parked on shoulder.
HB 1161 --- Sponsor: Reinhart, Annie --- CoSponsor: Hoppe, Thomas
Creates crime of enticement of a child.
HB 1165 --- Sponsor: Crowell, Jason --- CoSponsor: Burcham, Tom
Revises venue for fraud crimes.
HB 1166 --- Sponsor: Crowell, Jason
Provides exemption from motorcycle helmet requirement for public parades.
HB 1183 --- Sponsor: Gaskill, Sam
Enacts the Anti-Terrorism Act.
HB 1188 --- Sponsor: Monaco, Ralph A. --- CoSponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Eliminates statute of limitations for forcible rape and sodomy.
HB 1211 --- Sponsor: Smith, Philip --- CoSponsor: Ostmann, Cindy
Revises the crime of invasion of privacy.
HB 1225 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Makes certain crimes dangerous felonies.
HB 1226 --- Sponsor: Monaco, Ralph A. --- CoSponsor: Kreider, Jim
Requires the Department of Health to provide requesting hospitals with rape kits to aid in the identification of rape suspects.
HB 1227 --- Sponsor: Willoughby, Philip --- CoSponsor: Jolly, Cathy
Creates the crime of enticement of a child.
HB 1229 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Rick --- CoSponsor: Jolly, Cathy
Creates various sexual misconduct crimes.
HB 1231 --- Sponsor: Harding, Meg --- CoSponsor: Graham, Chuck
Establishes the rights of persons who use service animals and prohibits sexual conduct with animals.
HB 1234 --- Sponsor: Harding, Meg
Amends exotic animal registration by requiring it be done within 2 weeks of coming into possession of the animal and expands definition of exotic.
HB 1245 --- Sponsor: Reinhart, Annie
Requires offender to serve minimum of 5 years prison for first or second degree robbery or stealing where a vehicle was taken and a child was in the vehicle.
HB 1246 --- Sponsor: Thompson, Betty L.
Allows school districts to have truant officers and creates a penalty for allowing truants to loiter on business premises.
HB 1248 --- Sponsor: Thompson, Betty L.
Permits application to partially seal traffic records.
HB 1250 --- Sponsor: Thompson, Betty L.
Allows suit for damages for wrongful imprisonment.
HB 1256 --- Sponsor: Smith, Philip
Creates the crime of child luring.
HB 1257 --- Sponsor: Smith, Philip
Revises law on technological crimes.
HB 1258 --- Sponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Prohibits release of names of law enforcement officers in incident reports.
HB 1259 --- Sponsor: Champion, Norma
Makes it a crime to fail to obey lawful order of police while at an accident scene.
HB 1263 --- Sponsor: Gratz, William (Bill)
Allows a parent to leave a child less than thirty days old in the custody of certain professionals without subjecting themselves to criminal or civil liability.
HB 1269 --- Sponsor: Gratz, William (Bill) --- CoSponsor: Kreider, Jim
Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to provide hospitals with rape kits.
HB 1271 --- Sponsor: Monaco, Ralph A. --- CoSponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Eliminates statute of limitations for forcible rape and sodomy.
HB 1279 --- Sponsor: Ostmann, Cindy --- CoSponsor: Fraser, Barbara
Requires court to order counseling or psychological treatment for children who are cruel to animals and requires parents to pay for it.
HB 1292 --- Sponsor: Troupe, Charles Quincy
Requires the Board of Probation and Parole to supervise persons found guilty of misdemeanor criminal nonsupport.
HB 1298 --- Sponsor: Troupe, Charles Quincy
Requires prison or jail time for assault if the victim was a mass transit worker or passenger on or waiting to board a bus or light rail system.
HB 1299 --- Sponsor: Troupe, Charles Quincy
Requires that probationers who are detained be released immediately upon the end of their detention.
HB 1300 --- Sponsor: Troupe, Charles Quincy
Creates the crime of offender sexual abuse.
HB 1301 --- Sponsor: Troupe, Charles Quincy
Prohibits nonviolent offenders from being housed in the same cell as violent offenders.
HB 1302 --- Sponsor: Troupe, Charles Quincy
Creates crime of failure to confine a dog and exceptions to that crime.
HB 1305 --- Sponsor: Troupe, Charles Quincy
Creates board of corrections ombudsman and office of corrections ombudsman.
HB 1307 --- Sponsor: Williams, Deleta --- CoSponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Revises watercraft regulation and operation.
HB 1308 --- Sponsor: Williams, Deleta --- CoSponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Establishes requirements for overtaking stationary emergency vehicles on two lane and four lane highways.
HB 1312 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Allows enhanced punishment for sexual misconduct when offender has prior conviction in another state.
HB 1324 --- Sponsor: Boucher, Bill --- CoSponsor: Monaco, Ralph A.
Allows records concerning sex offenders to be released in certain circumstances.
HB 1326 --- Sponsor: Seigfreid, James
Establishes reporting requirements for lobbyists and candidates for office.
HB 1329 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Harding, Meg
Revises law on child victims of sex offenses.
HB 1330 --- Sponsor: Selby, Harold R.
Establishes regulations and certification guidelines for those handling explosive blasters.
HB 1331 --- Sponsor: Harding, Meg
Creates crime of leaving a child unattended in a motor vehicle in the third degree.
HB 1337 --- Sponsor: Troupe, Charles Quincy
Regulates check cashing businesses.
HB 1341 --- Sponsor: Marble, Gary
Establishes an environmental audit privilege.
HB 1344 --- Sponsor: Crump, Wayne F.
Creates a permit process for carrying concealed firearms and requires review of certain weapons offenses for the possibility of federal prosecution.
HB 1348 --- Sponsor: Myers, Peter --- CoSponsor: Jetton, Rod
Revises laws on agriculture.
HB 1363 --- Sponsor: Scheve, May
Prohibits certain deceptive practices in connection with home loans.
HB 1368 --- Sponsor: Scheve, May
Regulates hay rides.
HB 1374 --- Sponsor: Kelly, Glenda
Amends various provisions regarding the standards for nursing homes.
HB 1388 --- Sponsor: Mays, Carol Jean
Allows municipalities that own gas plants to be fined by the Public Service Commission.
HB 1390 --- Sponsor: Gaskill, Sam
Makes desecration of the United States national flag abandonment and permits any person to take possession of an abandoned flag.
HB 1394 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Vicky Riback --- CoSponsor: Bray, Joan
Commutes death sentences to life without parole.
HB 1402 --- Sponsor: Burton, Gary L. --- CoSponsor: Mays, Carol Jean
Revises utility laws. Requires schools and libraries to restrict access to Internet pornography.
HB 1408 --- Sponsor: Purgason, Chuck --- CoSponsor: Bearden, Carl
Allows persons to apply for and receive permits to carry concealed firearms under certain circumstances; creates the county sheriff's revolving fund.
HB 1430 --- Sponsor: Campbell, Marsha --- CoSponsor: Lawson, Maurice
Revises criminal laws.
HB 1433 --- Sponsor: Campbell, Marsha --- CoSponsor: Lawson, Maurice
Revises criminal laws.
HB 1435 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A. --- CoSponsor: Jetton, Rod
Authorizes sheriffs to issue permits to carry concealed firearms.
HB 1436 --- Sponsor: Crawford, Larry
Adds a class A misdemeanor (568.040) which board has to provide probation services for.
HB 1447 --- Sponsor: Luetkenhaus, Bill
Allows recognizance bonds only when the defendant is a local and has no prior convictions for failure to appear plus specifies when bonds can be forfeited and remitted to the surety.
HB 1449 --- Sponsor: Reid, Michael J --- CoSponsor: Barry, Joan
Prohibits human cloning.
HB 1458 --- Sponsor: Reid, Michael J --- CoSponsor: Selby, Harold R.
Prohibits gender selection of embryos for implantation by in vitro fertilization.
HB 1459 --- Sponsor: Reid, Michael J
Repeals and enacts section 578.008 without any changes which created the crime of spreading disease to livestock or animals.
HB 1483 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Willoughby, Philip
Adds firefighters to assault of a law enforcement officer in all degrees and revises elements of the offense and some punishment.
HB 1485 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Rick
Modifies various provisions regarding the investigation of child abuse.
HB 1489 --- Sponsor: Britt, Phillip M. --- CoSponsor: Merideth III, Denny J.
Authorizes creation of county crime reduction funds, creates the Missouri Sheriffs' Methamphetamine Relief Team, and modifies the St. Louis City Sheriff's Fund.
HB 1490 --- Sponsor: Hosmer, Craig --- CoSponsor: Marsh, B.J.
Revises sentencing provisions.
HB 1498 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Rick --- CoSponsor: Britt, Phillip M.
Makes it a crime to have sexual contact with a resident of a long-term care facility or an inmate.
HB 1523 --- Sponsor: Kelly, Glenda --- CoSponsor: Lowe, Jenee' M.
Increases the limits for crime victim compensation.
HB 1526 --- Sponsor: Bartle, Matt
Gives crime victims the right to be notified by the custodial authority of the expected address upon release of the defendant and requires prosecutors to inform victims of this right.
HB 1530 --- Sponsor: Hoppe, Thomas
Allows Supervisor of Liquor Control to assess civil penalties for certain violations.
HB 1534 --- Sponsor: Clayton, Robert
Amends the right-of-way-statute by imposing additional fines and license suspensions when the violation resulted in physical injury, serious physical injury or death to any person.
HB 1536 --- Sponsor: Clayton, Robert
Makes it a crime to lure a child over the internet for purpose of engaging in sexual activity.
HB 1542 --- Sponsor: Liese, Chris
Creates a death penalty commission.
HB 1565 --- Sponsor: Williams, Deleta --- CoSponsor: Relford, Randall H.
Provides guidelines for operation of private prisons.
HB 1566 --- Sponsor: Copenhaver, Nancy --- CoSponsor: Haywood, Esther
Establishes the Professional Educators' Standards and Practices Act and board.
HB 1577 --- Sponsor: Campbell, Marsha --- CoSponsor: Lawson, Maurice
Revises criminal laws.
HB 1579 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Willoughby, Philip
Expands the requirement for registration of sex offenders.
HB 1587 --- Sponsor: Troupe, Charles Quincy
Creates the felony of mass transportation terrorism.
HB 1589 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A. --- CoSponsor: Jetton, Rod
Authorizes sheriffs to issue permits to carry concealed firearms.
HB 1595 --- Sponsor: Bray, Joan --- CoSponsor: Daus, Michael
Creates crime of criminally negligent storage of a firearm.
HB 1596 --- Sponsor: Harding, Meg
Amends exotic animal registration by requiring it be done within two weeks of coming into possession of the animal.
HB 1606 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Enacts the Disposition of Human Fetuses Act.
HB 1607 --- Sponsor: Burcham, Tom
Creates crime of contamination of food or drink.
HB 1611 --- Sponsor: Bartle, Matt
Requires Highway Patrol to maintain a web site on internet searchable by name, zip code, and by mile radius from entered address for sexual offenders.
HB 1612 --- Sponsor: Bartle, Matt
Increases punishment for incest from a class D to a class B felony.
HB 1619 --- Sponsor: Wright, Mark
Requires drivers to obey a law enforcement officer's signal to stop.
HB 1622 --- Sponsor: Selby, Harold R.
Requires mental hospitals and facilities to quarterly report the use of electroconvulsive therapies to the Department of Mental Health.
HB 1629 --- Sponsor: Hollingsworth, Katherine
Creates crime of intimidation of an athletic coach, manager, or sports official.
HB 1652 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Allows a parent to leave a child in the custody of a hospital without threat of criminal prosecution for child abandonment.
HB 1654 --- Sponsor: Hosmer, Craig --- CoSponsor: Kreider, Jim
Enacts and modifies various provisions regarding protection of the elderly.
HB 1656 --- Sponsor: Wright, Mark --- CoSponsor: Roark, Brad
Increases the penalties for forcible rape and sodomy and attempted forcible rape and sodomy and prohibits bail for certain sex crimes.
HB 1658 --- Sponsor: Hunter, Steve --- CoSponsor: Kelly, Gary
Revises sexual offender registration.
HB 1671 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Rick --- CoSponsor: Kreider, Jim
Creates a licensing board to regulate private investigators.
HB 1686 --- Sponsor: Lowe, Jenee' M. --- CoSponsor: Wilson, Vicky Riback
Requires persons guilty of boating while intoxicated to complete the substance abuse traffic offender program.
HB 1689 --- Sponsor: Treadway, Joseph L.
Revises professional registration statutes.
HB 1699 --- Sponsor: Hosmer, Craig --- CoSponsor: Kreider, Jim
Raises the age requirements on various school and motor vehicle laws from sixteen to eighteen.
HB 1700 --- Sponsor: Campbell, Marsha --- CoSponsor: Lawson, Maurice
Revises criminal laws.
HB 1722 --- Sponsor: Hosmer, Craig --- CoSponsor: Britt, Phillip M.
Excludes any information or evidence obtained from custodial interrogation of a mentally retarded person unless an attorney was present to represent the person.
HB 1729 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A. --- CoSponsor: Jetton, Rod
Authorizes sheriffs to issue permits to carry concealed firearms.
HB 1730 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A. --- CoSponsor: Britt, Phillip M.
Revises crime of supplying intoxicating liquor to a minor. Makes it a class A misdemeanor for licensees or their employees and for any person except if results in injury or death then D felony.
HB 1737 --- Sponsor: Monaco, Ralph A. --- CoSponsor: Campbell, Marsha
Makes it a crime to cancel a credit charge used for paying property taxes.
HB 1749 --- Sponsor: Monaco, Ralph A. --- CoSponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Creates the crimes of attempted forcible rape and sodomy and classifies the attempts and forcible rape and sodomy as class A felonies.
HB 1756 --- Sponsor: Reid, Michael J --- CoSponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Creates crimes for sexual offenders who know they have HIV, amends HIV notification statutes, HIV disclosure statutes, prosecutors motion for HIV testing and the punishment for prostitution.
HB 1759 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Britt, Phillip M.
Clarifies the crime of passing a bad check.
HB 1760 --- Sponsor: Campbell, Marsha --- CoSponsor: Lawson, Maurice
Revises criminal laws.
HB 1762 --- Sponsor: Harding, Meg --- CoSponsor: Boykins, Amber (Holly)
Makes it an unlawful practice to disclose more than five credit card or debit card numbers on any sales receipt.
HB 1763 --- Sponsor: Campbell, Marsha --- CoSponsor: Copenhaver, Nancy
Prohibits use of a mobile telephone while operating a motor vehicle, with exceptions.
HB 1764 --- Sponsor: Dempsey, Tom --- CoSponsor: Crowell, Jason
Enacts the Anti-terrorism Act.
HB 1766 --- Sponsor: Monaco, Ralph A. --- CoSponsor: Boucher, Bill
Requires that juries be instructed before case submission that if they are unable to agree on punishment the court will assess life imprisonment without parole for first degree murder.
HB 1767 --- Sponsor: Crawford, Larry --- CoSponsor: Moore, Danielle
Prohibits deduction of service fees from any state employee's salary unless the employee authorizes the deduction.
HB 1771 --- Sponsor: Barry, Joan --- CoSponsor: Reid, Michael J
Modifies various provisions regarding declared states of emergency.
HB 1777 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Connie "LaJoyce" --- CoSponsor: Legan, Kenneth
Creates crime of criminal profiteering and civil penalty for unfair leverage when selling during a consumer market disruption. Revises crime of making a terrorist threat.
HB 1790 --- Sponsor: Reid, Michael J --- CoSponsor: Holt, Bruce W.
Creates the crime of unlawful genetic engineering of humans.
HB 1794 --- Sponsor: Legan, Kenneth --- CoSponsor: Barnitz, Frank A.
Revises certain provisions of the Animal Research and Production Facilities Protection Act.
HB 1806 --- Sponsor: Shelton, O.L. --- CoSponsor: Koller, Don
Prohibits the transportation of hazardous materials through any highway tunnel in this state.
HB 1824 --- Sponsor: Boucher, Bill --- CoSponsor: Monaco, Ralph A.
Allows records concerning sex offenders to be released in certain circumstances.
HB 1826 --- Sponsor: Hosmer, Craig --- CoSponsor: Britt, Phillip M.
Specifies when an agency is to notify the Attorney General of a possible sexually violent predator and the content of that notice including that a psychiatrist or psychologist make the determination.
HB 1827 --- Sponsor: Cunningham, Jane
Provides that no branch of government shall employ an inmate or other person with a criminal record in a position where such person would have access to records containing personal identifiers.
HB 1836 --- Sponsor: Hosmer, Craig --- CoSponsor: Skaggs, Bill
Makes the punishment for murder in the first degree death or life without parole except if the person is under 18; then the punishment is life without parole.
HB 1842 --- Sponsor: Froelker, James V.
Prohibits any state appropriations to be used in any manner for assisted suicide.
HB 1850 --- Sponsor: Britt, Phillip M. --- CoSponsor: Merideth III, Denny J.
Authorizes creation of county crime reduction funds, creates the Missouri Sheriffs' Methamphetamine Relief Team, and modifies the St. Louis City Sheriff's Fund.
HB 1888 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A. --- CoSponsor: Legan, Kenneth
Revises laws on pawnshops and on stealing.
HB 1904 --- Sponsor: Britt, Phillip M.
Creates crime of assault while on the property of a hospital emergency room or trauma center.
HB 1911 --- Sponsor: Selby, Harold R. --- CoSponsor: Dempsey, Tom
Enacts the Disposition of Fetal Remains Act which allows a birth mother to determine the final disposition of any fetal remains.
HB 1942 --- Sponsor: Reynolds, David L. --- CoSponsor: Burton, Gary L.
Adds informed consent provisions prior to the performance of an abortion.
HB 1943 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Willoughby, Philip
Requires each additional one thousand dollars of support arrearage accrued in excess of five thousand dollars to be charged as a separate criminal nonsupport offense.
HB 1948 --- Sponsor: Reid, Michael J --- CoSponsor: Davis, D. J.
Creates new crimes of terrorism.
HB 1954 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Vicky Riback --- CoSponsor: Bray, Joan
Creates the crime of unlawful possession of a firearm for persons convicted of or subject to a court order for domestic violence.
HB 1955 --- Sponsor: Hilgemann, Robert --- CoSponsor: Carnahan, Russ
Delineates neighborhood groups, community groups, and local social services agencies rights at sentencing hearings for controlled substances offenders.
HB 1977 --- Sponsor: Bartle, Matt
Makes revisions to the crimes of stalking in the first, second, and third degrees.
HB 1996 --- Sponsor: Dempsey, Tom --- CoSponsor: Portwood, Dr. Charles R.
Revises the penalties for misrepresentation of age by a minor to obtain liquor.
HB 1998 --- Sponsor: Hendrickson, Carl
Regulates adult establishments.
HB 1999 --- Sponsor: Lawson, Maurice --- CoSponsor: Kelly, Glenda
Excludes bailiffs or court marshals from requirement of having a peace officer license.
HB 2008 --- Sponsor: O'Connor, Patrick
Adds a new category of motor vehicle dealer. Revises law on repurchase of power equipment.
HB 2015 --- Sponsor: Clayton, Robert
Requires a store owner to refund a customer's money if the customer is improperly detained due to a failure to remove or deactivate a security strip.
HB 2032 --- Sponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Expands the crime of driving while revoked.
HB 2033 --- Sponsor: Monaco, Ralph A.
Requires property owners and landlords to disclose in writing that a property was used to produce methamphetamine.
HB 2050 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A.
Makes it illegal to use glass food or beverage containers within 50 feet of navigable waterways.
HB 2056 --- Sponsor: Hosmer, Craig --- CoSponsor: Kreider, Jim
Changes the definition of "dangerous felonies" to include attempts and increases the minimum punishment for forcible rape and sodomy.
HB 2068 --- Sponsor: Kelley, Pat
Reduces the penalty for illegal transfer of a child and establishes statutory mitigating circumstances.
HB 2076 --- Sponsor: Bartle, Matt
Prohibits certain businesses from advertising on billboards within two miles of any state highway.
HB 2081 --- Sponsor: Shoemaker, Christopher --- CoSponsor: Monaco, Ralph A.
Expands the crime of tampering with a judicial officer to include juvenile court officers and any other officer of the court.
HB 2088 --- Sponsor: Crowell, Jason
Revises the definition of "sexual contact" as used in Chapters 566 (Sexual Offenses) and 568 (Offenses Against the Family).
HB 2109 --- Sponsor: Lawson, Maurice --- CoSponsor: Shields, Charles W.
Modifies various provisions regarding the disclosure of mental health information.
HB 2110 --- Sponsor: Reinhart, Annie --- CoSponsor: Ridgeway, Luann
Excludes prosecuting attorneys from the crime of unlawful use of a weapon for carrying a concealed weapon.
HB 2118 --- Sponsor: O'Connor, Patrick --- CoSponsor: Foley, James Michael
Requires installation of approved fire protection sprinkler system in high-rise buildings.
HB 2128 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Yvonne S. --- CoSponsor: Haywood, Esther
Requires rear seat passengers to wear seat belts.
HB 2132 --- Sponsor: Troupe, Charles Quincy
Modifies various aspects of the criminal justice system.
HB 2139 --- Sponsor: Baker, Lana Ladd
Clarifies when a license to operate a motor vehicle may be taken and held by law enforcement officers for moving traffic violations.
HB 2147 --- Sponsor: Portwood, Dr. Charles R.
Provides that a person may not be arrested or convicted for a crime or situation involving drugs if another becomes ill during it and they summon aid for them and stay with them until help arrives.
HB 2149 --- Sponsor: Portwood, Dr. Charles R.
Adds failing to summon aid for a sick person involuntary manslaughter if in circumstances where drug transactions are involved.
HB 2154 --- Sponsor: Froelker, James V.
Creates the crime of transferring human fetal parts.
HB 2179 --- Sponsor: Hosmer, Craig --- CoSponsor: Britt, Phillip M.
Transfers Board of Probation and Parole and the Division of Probation and Parole to the Office of Probation and Parole within the judiciary and eliminates conditional release for certain sex crimes.
HB 2185 --- Sponsor: Ransdall, Bill L. --- CoSponsor: Carnahan, Russ
Requires clerk to bill on monthly basis for any costs that can be determined prior to the final disposition of a case in criminal cases where a change of venue has been taken.
HB 2203 --- Sponsor: Bartelsmeyer, Linda
Revises definitions of persistent and prior alcohol-related traffic offenders.
HB 2212 --- Sponsor: Kelly, Gary
Allows law enforcement officers to carry concealed weapons whether on duty of off duty anywhere in this state.
HB 2215 --- Sponsor: Moore, Danielle --- CoSponsor: Berkstresser, Judy
Makes trespassing a Class D felony if another person is in the building during the crime.
HB 2218 --- Sponsor: Naeger, Patrick A. --- CoSponsor: Crowell, Jason
Requires expungement for first alcohol related driving offense for persons under 21 and requires Director of Revenue to expunge all administrative disciplinary records of offenses expunged by 577.054.
HB 2219 --- Sponsor: Naeger, Patrick A.
Makes ignition interlock use optional instead of mandatory and prohibits the Department of Revenue from suspending or revoking the driving privileges of anyone who has been ordered to use the device.
HB 2225 --- Sponsor: Bearden, Carl --- CoSponsor: Crowell, Jason
Creates anti-terrorism act plus requires postsecondary schools to track students on foreign visas and report any change in their status to Immigration and Naturalization Service.
HB 2227 --- Sponsor: Quinn, John
Creates Missouri Regional Computer Forensics Lab and creates crime of enticement of a child.
HCR 6 --- Sponsor: Jetton, Rod
Recommends a condemnation of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and expresses the concerns of the House and Senate.
HCR 37 --- Sponsor: Liese, Chris
Urges Congress and the Bush Administration to take action to put in place a limited and temporary federal backstop for insurance against terrorism.
SB 642 --- Sponsor: Russell, John T.
Requires hepatitis B testing, in addition to HIV testing, for crime victims and prisoners.
SB 646 --- Sponsor: Staples, Danny
Revises motorcycle helmet law and penalty for violation.
SB 650 --- Sponsor: Singleton, Marvin
Removes statute of limitations for forcible rape and forcible sodomy.
SB 660 --- Sponsor: Westfall, Morris
Prohibits open containers of alcohol in motor vehicles.
SB 673 --- Sponsor: Westfall, Morris --- CoSponsor: Bentley, Roseann
Revises sex crimes laws.
SB 675 --- Sponsor: Yeckel, Anita
Revises election laws.
SB 685 --- Sponsor: Steelman, Sarah G.
Revises the Sunshine Law.
SB 687 --- Sponsor: Gibbons, Michael R.
Protects a parent from liability for relinquishing custody of a newborn to a hospital.
SB 689 --- Sponsor: Gibbons, Michael R.
Creates Project Exile, relating to firearm crimes.
SB 704 --- Sponsor: Westfall, Morris
Allows sheriff to seize misappropriated property held by a pawnbroker.
SB 709 --- Sponsor: Goode, P. Wayne
Revises the Sunshine Law.
SB 721 --- Sponsor: Westfall, Morris
Drivers must take certain actions when emergency vehicle is approaching and obey signals of sheriff or deputy sheriff.
SB 731 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Creates a commission to study the death penalty and imposes a temporary moratorium on executions.
SB 757 --- Sponsor: Westfall, Morris
Drivers must take certain actions when emergency vehicle is approaching and obey signals of sheriff or deputy sheriff.
SB 758 --- Sponsor: Bentley, Roseann
Clarifies registration requirements for sex offenders. Adds to crimes for which an appeal bond cannot be granted.
SB 791 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Establishes Pilot Program of Urban Early Compulsory School Attendance.
SB 800 --- Sponsor: DePasco, Ronnie
Removes statute of limitations for certain unclassified crimes.
SB 802 --- Sponsor: DePasco, Ronnie
Creates the crime of fraudulent use of a credit or debit device to "pay" property taxes to obtain auto license tags.
SB 807 --- Sponsor: Klarich, David
Creates crime of eluding a peace officer.
SB 819 --- Sponsor: Bentley, Roseann
Raises age limit for death penalty from 16 to 18.
SB 835 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Modifies the law relating to the rights of persons with service animals.
SB 849 --- Sponsor: DePasco, Ronnie
Creates the crime of enticement.
SB 850 --- Sponsor: House, Ted
Revises the regulation of unsolicited telephone sales calls.
SB 854 --- Sponsor: Caskey, Harold
Related to terrorism.
SB 855 --- Sponsor: Westfall, Morris --- CoSponsor: Bentley, Roseann
Revises sex crimes laws.
SB 870 --- Sponsor: Goode, P. Wayne
Increases penalties that may be imposed by the PSC for safety related violations of the Natural Gas Pipeline Safety Act.
SB 875 --- Sponsor: Gross, Charles
Revises crime of possession of child pornography.
SB 878 --- Sponsor: Sims, Betty
Modifies the law relating to the rights of persons with service animals.
SB 921 --- Sponsor: Westfall, Morris
Repeals sunset on motor fuel tax and allows Transportation Department to engage in design-build contracts.
SB 969 --- Sponsor: Westfall, Morris --- CoSponsor: Bentley, Roseann
Revises sex crimes laws.
SB 1010 --- Sponsor: Sims, Betty
Modifies regulation of horse racing and pari-mutuel wagering.
SB 1018 --- Sponsor: Westfall, Morris
Broadens the definition of "ticket price", to allow the seller to recoup additional charges assessed without being guilty of scalping.
SB 1022 --- Sponsor: Rohrbach, Larry M. --- CoSponsor: Goode, P. Wayne
Requires that juries be instructed before case submission that if they are unable to agree on punishment the court will assess life imprisonment without parole for first degree murder.
SB 1037 --- Sponsor: Singleton, Marvin --- CoSponsor: Sims, Betty
Authorizes automated traffic enforcement programs.
SB 1070 --- Sponsor: Gibbons, Michael R.
Revises sex offenders' registry.
SB 1077 --- Sponsor: Klarich, David
Imposes additional fines and driver's license suspensions on persons failing to yield the right-of-way.
SB 1090 --- Sponsor: Loudon, John
Makes it illegal to install fake air bags in automobiles.
SB 1092 --- Sponsor: Loudon, John
Expands authority of courts to set aside past convictions and expunge criminal records.
SB 1112 --- Sponsor: Caskey, Harold
Related to terrorism.
SB 1115 --- Sponsor: Dougherty, Patrick
Creates the crime of "luring a child".
SB 1121 --- Sponsor: Steelman, Sarah G.
Regulates inaugural committees.
SB 1142 --- Sponsor: Jacob, Kenneth B.
Relates to sealing and closing of court records.
SB 1181 --- Sponsor: Jacob, Kenneth B.
Property damage committed while breaking into a vehicle for the purpose of committing stealing therein or committed while committing the crime of stealing in a vehicle is a felony.
SB 1188 --- Sponsor: Klindt, David
Creates crime of enticement.
SB 1195 --- Sponsor: Steelman, Sarah G.
Counties may create a "County Crime Reduction Fund" for narcotics investigation and law enforcement equipment.
SB 1196 --- Sponsor: Steelman, Sarah G.
Suspends registration license and driver's license for failure to pay traffic fines.
SB 1211 --- Sponsor: Steelman, Sarah G.
Provides that victims of certain crimes do not have to pay costs for filing of charges, issuance of warrants, subpoenas or petitions.
SB 1216 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Requires persons guilty of boating while intoxicated to complete the SATOP program.
SB 1220 --- Sponsor: Sims, Betty
Requires criminal history check for certain persons related to the gaming industry, the state gaming commission and the state lottery commission.
SB 1239 --- Sponsor: Klindt, David
Creates the Missouri Regional Computer Forensic Lab.
SB 1252 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Modifies various aspects of the criminal justice system.
SB 1265 --- Sponsor: Kenney, Bill
Creates enforcement provisions to prohibit tobacco sales to minors.
SB 1266 --- Sponsor: Kenney, Bill
Creates felony for sale or distribution of gray market cigarettes.
SB 1278 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
First degree and second degree arson shall be class A felonies if perpetrated as hate crimes.
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