Topical Index

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               (See also BAIL AND BAIL BONDS; SENTENCING)
Acquittals, self-defense, eliminating reimbursement for defense costs for acquitted persons: HB 2067
Alcohol use, persons under twenty-one, limited immunity from prosecution when seeking medical attention for alcohol poisoning: HB 1166
Braden and Charlie Powell act, prohibiting child custody award to suspect in active homicide investigation: SB 6640
Chemical dependency, helping persons with, improving collaboration between providers, service delivery, law enforcement, and criminal justice agencies: SB 5452, * SSB 5452, CH 305 (2011)
Competency to stand trial, determining, improving forensic resource utilization for: SB 6492, * SSB 6492, CH 256 (2012)
Competency, evaluation, examination for developmental disability to take place in jail or detention facility: SB 5114, SSB 5114
Criminally insane, persons committed as, conditional release to county of origin: SB 5105, * ESSB 5105, CH 94 (2011)
Criminally insane, persons committed as, involuntary medication of: SB 6234
Death penalty, eliminating in favor of life imprisonment without possibility of parole: HB 2468, SB 6283
Death penalty, elimination: HB 1921, SB 5456
Death penalty, prohibiting imposition for aggravated first degree murder unless DNA evidence introduced and used to convict: HB 2754
Declarations, uniform unsworn foreign declarations act, provisions: * HB 1345, CH 22 (2011)
Deeds of trust, beneficiaries, penalties for false swearing by: HB 2777, SB 6199, SSB 6199
Defendants, provisions concerning pleading or being found "guilty and mentally ill": SB 5104
Deferred prosecution, criminal history or court record information, prohibiting dissemination after successful completion of program: SB 5591
Depositions and discovery, uniform interstate depositions and discovery act: * HB 2195, CH 95 (2012)
Driving while license is suspended or revoked, driver being held to answer in any court upon filing of an information by prosecuting attorney: HB 1528, SB 5195
Driving while license is suspended or revoked, driver to be referred to prosecuting attorney: * SSB 5195, CH 46 (2011)
Evidence, confession or admission, clarifying when sufficient for convicting defendant: SB 6182
Felony offenses, bail, individualized determination by judicial officer: HB 1194, * SHB 1194, CH 6 (2012)
Gangs, criminal street gang-related offenses: HB 1126
Gangs, criminal street gangs, authorizing injunctive relief to enjoin, abate, and prevent criminal street gang activity: HB 2594, SHB 2594, SB 6008
Guilty and mentally ill, defendants pleading or found to be: SB 5104
Harassment, no-contact orders and other protections for victims: HB 2363, * ESHB 2363, CH 223 (2012)
Harassment, protection orders and other provisions, revising: HB 1626, SHB 1626, SB 5579, * SSB 5579, CH 307 (2011)
Harassment, protection orders, expanding protections for victims of stalking and harassment: HB 1180, SHB 1180
Homicide investigations, prohibiting child custody award to suspect in active investigation: SB 6640
Incompetent to stand trial, offenders found to be, notification of release after dismissal of charges: SB 6261
Informants who are alleged victims, use when investigating commercial sexual exploitation of children: HB 1874, * SHB 1874, CH 241 (2011), SB 5545, SSB 5545
Informants, disclosure and regulation of evidence and testimony: SB 5004
Legal financial obligations, nonrestitution debt, legal mechanism for elimination of interest: HB 1862, SB 5423, * SSB 5423, CH 106 (2011)
Legal financial obligations, restitution debt, reduction of interest in certain cases: HB 1862, SB 5423, * SSB 5423, CH 106 (2011)
Mental health disorders, helping persons with, improving collaboration between providers, service delivery, law enforcement, and criminal justice agencies: SB 5452, * SSB 5452, CH 305 (2011)
Not guilty by reason of insanity, second degree unlawful possession of a firearm by offender to be considered first degree unlawful possession: HB 2589
Pretrial risk assessment tool, development and use for pretrial release and detention purposes: SB 5056, SSB 5056
Pro se defendants, questioning of victims, procedures: SB 5014
Pro se defendants, sex offense cases, limiting possession and viewing of evidence by defendant: SB 5989
Pro se defendants, sex offense cases, restrictions on questioning of victim: HB 1001, SHB 1001
Prostitution, prosecution for, affirmative defense for victims of human trafficking or promoting prostitution: * ESB 6255, CH 142 (2012)
Protection orders, expanding protections for victims of stalking and harassment: HB 1180, SHB 1180
Protection orders, hearings on, strict observation of rules of evidence: SB 6511
Protection orders, revising harassment provisions: HB 1626, SHB 1626, SB 5579, * SSB 5579, CH 307 (2011)
Protection orders, sealing in certain cases to protect a person's housing opportunities: HB 2564, SB 6321
Protection orders, stalking protection orders, requirements, types, and procedures for issuance: HB 2464, SHB 2464
Records, criminal history record information, including background checks and conviction and nonconviction records: * ESB 6296, CH 125 (2012)
Records, juvenile, confidentiality, exceptions: HB 2542, SHB 2542, SB 6292, SSB 6292
Records, juvenile, diversion agreements, including records availability: 2SSB 6292
Records, privacy of nonconviction records: HB 1235, SB 5019, SSB 5019
Self-defense acquittals, eliminating reimbursement for defense costs for acquitted persons: HB 2067
Sentencing information system, caseload forecast council to develop and maintain: * ESSB 5891, CH 40 (2011)
Sexual exploitation of children, child pornography evidence, prohibiting reproduction and restricting viewing and distribution: HB 2177, * SHB 2177, CH 135 (2012)
Sexual exploitation of children, restricting defense possession and viewing of evidence: SB 5989
Subpoenas, uniform interstate depositions and discovery act: * HB 2195, CH 95 (2012)
Uniform interstate depositions and discovery act: * HB 2195, CH 95 (2012)
Uniform unsworn foreign declarations act: * HB 1345, CH 22 (2011)
Victims, questioning by pro se defendants, procedures: SB 5014
Victims, rights of victims, statement to be read by presiding officer at all criminal proceedings: HB 1159
Victims, sex offense cases, restrictions on questioning by pro se defendants: HB 1001, SHB 1001
Witnesses, intimidating, unit of prosecution: * HB 1182, CH 165 (2011)
Witnesses, tampering with, unit of prosecution: * HB 1182, CH 165 (2011)