2009 Regular Session

HOUSE BILL 98

File Code: Family Law Crossfiled with: SENATE BILL 601
Sponsored By:
Delegates Simmons, Anderson, Barnes, Dumais, Feldman, Kramer, Levi, McComas, Rosenberg, Smigiel, Valderrama, and Waldstreicher
Entitled:
Domestic Violence - Temporary Protective Orders - Extension

Synopsis:

Increasing the period of time, from 30 days to 6 months, for which a judge is authorized to extend a temporary protective order to effectuate service of the order where necessary to provide protection or for other good cause.

History by Legislative and Calendar Date

Legislative date is used to record history occurring in the Chambers otherwise Calendar date is used.
House Action
1/21
First Reading Judiciary
1/30
Hearing 2/19 at 1:00 p.m.
3/2
Favorable Report by Judiciary
3/3
Favorable Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed
3/5
Third Reading Passed (137-0)
4/1
Returned Passed
Senate Action
3/6
First Reading Judicial Proceedings
4/3
Favorable Report by Judicial Proceedings
4/1
Favorable Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed
4/2
Third Reading Passed (47-0)
Action after passage in House and Senate
5/19
Approved by the Governor
- Chapter 564

Sponsored by:

Delegate Luiz R. S. Simmons, District 17
Delegate Curt Anderson, District 43
Delegate Ben Barnes, District 21
Delegate Kathleen M. Dumais, District 15
Delegate Brian J. Feldman, District 15
Delegate Benjamin F. Kramer, District 19
Delegate Gerron S. Levi, District 23A
Delegate Susan K. McComas, District 35B
Delegate Samuel I. Rosenberg, District 41
Delegate Michael D. Smigiel, Sr., District 36
Delegate Kriselda Valderrama, District 26
Delegate Jeff Waldstreicher, District 18

Bill indexed under the following Subjects:

Domestic Violence -see also- Child Abuse & Neglect
Judges
Protection Orders

Bill affects the following Statute:

Family Law
( 4-505 )

Documents:

Bill Text (Displayed in PDF Format): First Reading, Third Reading, Enrolled, Chapter
Fiscal and Policy Note (Displayed in PDF Format): Available
Amendments: None offered
Roll Call Votes (Legislative dates are shown):
House
March 5, 2009: Third Reading Passed (137-0)
Senate
April 2, 2009: Third Reading Passed (47-0)