Committee Agenda

Committee:    Senate Judiciary
Room:    413
Date:    Monday, February 2, 2004
Time:    10:00 AM

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         SB 108     clarify certain provisions concerning the residency requirements for state's attorneys in certain small counties.
             Senators Schoenbeck, de Hueck, and Koskan and Representatives Garnos and Juhnke

         SB 187     revise certain provisions regarding living wills.
             Senators Duenwald, Albers, Apa, Dennert, Diedrich (Larry), Greenfield, Jaspers, Kloucek, Koetzle, Koskan, Moore, Napoli, Olson (Ed), Reedy, Schoenbeck, Sutton (Dan), and Sutton (Duane) and Representatives Kraus, Bartling, Begalka, Davis, Deadrick (Thomas), Frost, Fryslie, Gassman, Hanson, Hennies, Juhnke, Lintz, Madsen, Miles, Novstrup, Olson (Ryan), Pederson (Gordon), Peterson (Jim), Rave, Rhoden, Rounds, Sebert, Teupel, Van Gerpen, Weems, Wick, and Williamson

         SB 211     implement the federal Indian Child Welfare Act.
             Senators LaPointe, Abdallah, Brown, de Hueck, Dempster, Dennert, Greenfield, Jaspers, Kelly, Kloucek, Koetzle, Moore, Nachtigal, Olson (Ed), Reedy, Schoenbeck, Sutton (Dan), and Symens and Representatives Van Norman, Burg, Gillespie, McCoy, Thompson, and Valandra

         HB 1012     revise the definition of a victim for purposes of determining who is permitted to speak on behalf of a victim at the time of sentencing.
             The Committee on Judiciary at the request of the Department of Social Services

         HB 1013     require notice to the attorney general of appeals in certain juvenile proceedings regarding abuse and neglect, children in need of supervision, or delinquency.
             The Committee on Judiciary at the request of the Department of Social Services

         HB 1025     authorize the Department of Agriculture to enter into certain agreements for training and for fire prevention and suppression activities.
             The Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources at the request of the Department of Agriculture

         HB 1055*     revise certain provisions regarding the offense of witness tampering.
             The Committee on Judiciary at the request of the Office of the Attorney General

         HB 1075     codify legislation enacted in 2003.
             Representative McCaulley and Senator Bogue at the request of the Code Commission

NOTE: The above bills will be taken up in this order for a hearing on the date noted. If circumstances do not permit a hearing on this date then a hearing will be held at a future meeting of the committee to be determined by the chair. Action on a bill may come at any time after it has had a hearing.


         SB 93     provide that certain third and subsequent violations of protection orders are felony offenses.
             Senators Albers, Dempster, Duniphan, Koetzle, Moore, Olson (Ed), Schoenbeck, and Sutton (Dan) and Representatives Gillespie, Buckingham, Christensen, Cutler, Dykstra, Hennies, Kraus, LaRue, Murschel, and Olson (Mel)

         SB 107     revise certain provisions relating to the computation of time to be served for the failure to pay certain fines, costs, or restitution.
             Senators Apa, Albers, Dempster, Duniphan, Duxbury, Ham-Burr, Kelly, Kleven, and Napoli and Representatives Teupel, Adelstein, Bartling, Hackl, Klaudt, Lintz, Pederson (Gordon), Rounds, and Solum