- Protective Orders - Relief Eligibility - Rape and Sexual Offenses
- Sponsored by
- Delegates Atterbeary, Bartlett, Conaway, Crutchfield, D.M. Davis, Dumais, W. Fisher, J. Lewis, Lopez, Moon, Shetty, and Williams
- In the Senate - First Reading Judicial Proceedings
- Fiscal and Policy Note
Removing rape and certain sexual offenses from the list of offenses alleged to have been committed by a certain respondent against a certain victim for which a peace order petition may be filed under certain circumstances; and altering the definition of "person eligible for relief" for purposes of certain provisions of law relating to domestic violence protective orders to include an individual who alleges the commission of certain acts against the individual by a certain respondent.
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