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Criminal Records - Shielding - Nonviolent Misdemeanor Convictions

Sponsored by:

Senator Currie


In the Senate - Hearing 2/12 at 1:00 p.m.

Synopsis:Authorizing a person to petition the court to shield specified court records and police records relating to a conviction of the person no earlier than a specified number of years after the person satisfies the sentence imposed for the conviction, including parole, probation, or mandatory supervision; providing that, if the person is convicted of a new crime during a specified time period, the original conviction is not eligible for shielding unless the new conviction becomes eligible for shielding; etc.
Analysis:Fiscal and Policy Note
All Sponsors:Senators Currie, McFadden, Forehand, Gladden, and Muse
Additional Facts:Introduced in a prior session as: HB1006 Session: 2013 Regular Session
Bill File Type: Regular
Effective Date(s): October 1, 2014
Judicial Proceedings
Broad Subject(s):Criminal Law - Procedure
Narrow Subject(s):Administrative Agencies -see also- Electronic Government
Committees and Commissions -see also- Political Committees
Community Facilities and Services
Court of Appeals
Courts -see also- Circuit; Appeals; District; Orphans'; etc.
Crimes and Punishments -see also- Penalties and Sentnc; etc.
Criminal Background Investigations
Education -see also- Driver Ed; Higher Ed; Special Ed; etc
Electronic Government
Health Occupations -see also- specific health occupations
Higher Education -see also- Comm Colleges; Med Schools; etc.
Juvenile Facilities
Law Enforcement -see also- State Police, Department of
Licenses -see also- Alcoholic Bev Lic; Drivers' Licenses
Public Employees -see also- State Employees
Records -see also- Land Records; Vital Records
Registration -see also- Motor Vehicle Registration
Social Services -see also- Welfare
State Employees
Work, Labor and Employment -see also- Col Barg; Holiday; etc

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