Missouri House of Representatives
92nd General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session (2004)
Bills Indexed by Subject

HB 784 --- Sponsor: Walton, Juanita Head --- CoSponsor: Green, Tom
Adds new provisions to allow correction of arrest records when a person's identity has been falsely used.
HB 786 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Johnson, Rick
Requires certain sexual offenders ordered to participate in treatment to successfully complete that treatment and to follow all directives of the treatment program provider.
HB 787 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Johnson, Rick
Repeals the Board of Probation and Parole's authority to convert consecutive sentences to concurrent and clarifies that a convicted person is sentenced according to the law at the time of sentencing.
HB 793 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Vicky Riback
Eliminates the death penalty.
HB 819 --- Sponsor: Thompson, Betty L.
Allows a court to partially seal records for a first offense traffic violation.
HB 820 --- Sponsor: Thompson, Betty L.
Allows certain persons to file a civil suit for damages for wrongful imprisonment.
HB 916 --- Sponsor: Brown, Jason --- CoSponsor: Page, Sam
Revises the crime of identity theft, creates a new crime of trafficking in stolen identities, and revises the crime of false impersonation.
HB 1065 --- Sponsor: Baker, Brian --- CoSponsor: Davis, D. J.
Adds Cass County to the list of counties which assess a surcharge of $10 in all criminal cases.
HB 1075 --- Sponsor: Stevenson, Bryan P. --- CoSponsor: Wilson, Kevin
Allows a 36-hour hold for persons arrested without a warrant.
HB 1200 --- Sponsor: Schaaf, Robert --- CoSponsor: Threlkeld, Kevin
Allows law enforcement officers to make a vehicle stop for a seat belt violation as long as the violation is clearly visible before the stop.
HB 1243 --- Sponsor: Lipke, Scott A. --- CoSponsor: Engler, Kevin
Revises various statutes relating to crime.
HB 1264 --- Sponsor: Wildberger, Edward --- CoSponsor: Bruns, Mark J.
Extends the statute of limitations to five years for arson in the first and second degree and knowingly burning or exploding property.
HB 1289 --- Sponsor: Cooper, Shannon
Clarifies the duties of certain county coroners and medical examiners.
HB 1329 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Kevin --- CoSponsor: Ruestman, Marilyn
Allows the court to impound the vehicle or vehicles owned by a person convicted of driving while intoxicated or with excessive blood alcohol content.
HB 1387 --- Sponsor: Dixon, Bob --- CoSponsor: Bough, Jerry
Adds pornography and obscenity offenses to the list of offenses for which a person must register as a sexual offender.
HB 1388 --- Sponsor: Dixon, Bob --- CoSponsor: Bough, Jerry
Changes failing to register as a sex offender from a class A misdemeanor to a class D felony for the first offense and a class D felony to a class C felony for the second or subsequent offense.
HB 1389 --- Sponsor: Dixon, Bob --- CoSponsor: Cunningham, Jane
Makes it a crime for a sexual offender to establish residency within 1,000 feet of a public or private school or child care facility.
HB 1468 --- Sponsor: Byrd, Richard
Revises the seat belt law to allow peace officers to stop, inspect, or detain a person solely to determine compliance with the law, but prohibits use of noncompliance as a probable cause for searches.
HB 1487 --- Sponsor: Self, Tom
Revises the crime of kidnapping by including kidnapping of a child under 14 years of age.
HB 1530 --- Sponsor: Bringer, Rachel
Increases the time of detention for a warrantless arrest for any crime from 20 hours to 24 hours.
HB 1700 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Vicky Riback --- CoSponsor: Bland, Craig C.
Revises the procedures required in law enfocement investigations and establishes the Laboratory Oversight Committee.
HB 1709 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy
Revises subsection 8 of Section 558.016, RSMo, relating to parole, by providing that the subsection does not apply to convictions occuring before June 27, 2003.
SB 713 --- Sponsor: Quick, Edward E.
Eliminates the death penalty.
SB 726 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Creates a commission to study the death penalty and imposes a temporary moratorium on executions.
SB 781 --- Sponsor: Caskey, Harold
Modifies judge disqualification in witness immunity applications.
SB 793 --- Sponsor: Jacob, Kenneth B.
Revises provisions for sealing and closing of court records.
SB 802 --- Sponsor: Gross, Charles
Sets our requirements for obtaining a warrant by telephone.
SB 835 --- Sponsor: Caskey, Harold
Authorizes custodial interrogations of persons suspected of committing felonies must be recorded.
SB 838 --- Sponsor: Goode, P. Wayne
Limits Judicial Discretion where jury is unable to unanimously agree on the death penalty.
SB 897 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Makes arson motivated by hate crimes a class A felony.
SB 913 --- Sponsor: Dougherty, Patrick
Modifies and creates new provisions about identity theft.
SB 916 --- Sponsor: Dougherty, Patrick
Creates a cause of action for those adjudicated innocent following DNA testing.
SB 924 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Makes various changes to the criminal justice system.
SB 989 --- Sponsor: Gross, Charles
Establishes a system of environmental audits to reduce state and local regulation.
SB 996 --- Sponsor: Shields, Charles W.
Modifies and creates new provisions about identity.
SB 1000 --- Sponsor: Bartle, Matt
Modifies laws relating to DNA profiling and testing.
SB 1026 --- Sponsor: Mathewson, James L.
Requires the DNA testing of all felons entering the Department of Corrections and other felons leaving a county jail.
SB 1138 --- Sponsor: Bartle, Matt
Modifies provisions of court procedures.
SB 1167 --- Sponsor: Caskey, Harold
Limits bifurcated trials to class A and B felonies.
SB 1170 --- Sponsor: Shields, Charles W.
Requires certain nonviolent offenders to participate in community based substance abuse treatment programs.
SB 1244 --- Sponsor: Coleman, Maida
Revises the sexual offender registration law and the statute of limitations where the victim is eighteen or under.
SB 1307 --- Sponsor: Gibbons, Michael R.
Redefined the crime of possession of child pornography.
SB 1359 --- Sponsor: Jacob, Kenneth B.
Extends the statute of limitations for sexual offenses involving a person eighteen years old or younger.
SB 1360 --- Sponsor: Jacob, Kenneth B.
Extends the statute of limitations for childhood sexual abuse cases.

Missouri House of Representatives
Last Updated October 7, 2004 at 11:09 am