2013 Regular Session



Criminal Law - Third Degree Sexual Offense - Burglary

Sponsored by:

Delegate Clippinger


In the Senate - First Reading Judicial Proceedings

Synopsis:Establishing that engaging in sexual contact with another without the consent of the other in connection with a first, second, or third degree burglary constitutes sexual offense in the third degree; establishing that, to be convicted under a specified provision of law, the defendant must also be convicted of a specified crime; altering the definitions of "tier I sex offender", "tier II sex offender", and "tier III sex offender" applicable to provisions relating to sex offender registration to include specified acts; etc.
Analysis:Fiscal and Policy Note (Revised)
All Sponsors:Delegates Clippinger, Anderson, Arora, Dumais, Guzzone, Hough, Howard, A. Kelly, Lee, Luedtke, McComas, A. Miller, Parrott, Simmons, Valentino-Smith, Waldstreicher, and Wilson
Additional Facts:Cross-filed with: SB0722
Bill File Type: Regular
Effective Date(s): October 1, 2013
Judiciary  View Committee HearingJudicial Proceedings
Broad Subject(s):Criminal Law - Substantive Crimes
Narrow Subject(s):Burglary
Crimes and Punishments -see also- Penalties and Sentnc; etc.
Penalties and Sentences -see also- Death Penalty
Registration -see also- Motor Vehicle Registration
Sexual Offenses
Statutes:Article - Criminal Procedure
Article - Criminal Law

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