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Original
Chamber
1st
Reading
Referral
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2nd
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3rd
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2nd
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3rd
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Review in
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To Governor
Title
Criminal Procedure - Evidence - Protecting the Admissibility of Creative Expression (PACE Act)
Sponsored by
Delegates Amprey, Toles, Boafo, Bouchat, Conaway, Crutchfield, Harris, J. Lewis, Munoz, Pasteur, Phillips, Roberson, Ruff, Simmons, Smith, Stewart, Taylor, Tomlinson, Wells, and Wilkins
Status
In the House - Hearing 3/05 at 1:00 p.m.
Analysis
Fiscal and Policy Note
Synopsis
Providing that the creative expression of a criminal defendant or juvenile respondent is not admissible against the defendant or respondent unless the court makes certain findings; and defining "creative expression" as the expression or application of creativity or imagination in the production or arrangement of forms, sounds, words, movements, or symbols.
Details
Cross-filed with: SB0662
Introduced in a prior session as: HB0940 Session: 2023 Regular Session
Bill File Type: Regular
Effective Date(s): October 1, 2024
Legislation History
Chamber
House
Calendar Date
2/09/2024
Legislative Date
2/09/2024
Action
First Reading Judiciary
Proceedings
Chamber
House
Calendar Date
2/13/2024
Legislative Date
2/13/2024
Action
Hearing 3/05 at 1:00 p.m.
Proceedings
Chamber Calendar Date Legislative Date Action Proceedings
House 2/09/2024 2/09/2024 First Reading Judiciary
Text - First - Criminal Procedure - Evidence - Protecting the Admissibility of Creative Expression (PACE Act)
House 2/13/2024 2/13/2024 Hearing 3/05 at 1:00 p.m.
Last Updated: 4/1/2024 1:29 PM
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