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               (See also CLEMENCY AND PARDONS BOARD; CRIMES; CRIMINAL OFFENDERS; DOMESTIC VIOLENCE; INDETERMINATE SENTENCE REVIEW BOARD; JUVENILE COURT AND JUVENILE OFFENDERS; SENTENCING GUIDELINES COMMISSION; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS)
Aggravating circumstances, code enforcement officials, assault of: SHB 1337
Animals, police, harming, class B felony when animal killed: SB 5614, SSB 5614
Assault, custodial, with prior conviction, discretionary decline hearing: SB 5880
Assault, fourth degree with sexual motivation, class C felony, when: HB 1837
Assault, of utility employee, as aggravating circumstance: * HB 1380, CH 219 (2019), SB 5857
Assault, second degree, as most serious offense, resentencing, when: SB 5288
Body armor, sentencing enhancement for: SB 5050
Business entities, crimes committed by, fines/legal financial obligations: * HB 1252, CH 211 (2019)
Controlled substances, illegal consumption in child's presence, sentencing: HB 1700
Criminal sentencing, joint task force on, establishing: HB 1495, SHB 1495
Cyber harassment, renaming cyberstalking as, and modifying provisions: HB 2129
Deadly weapon enhancements, provisions: HB 1153
Death penalty, eliminating: HB 1488, SB 5339
Drive-by shooting, at age 16-17, sentencing range: SB 5880
Driving under the influence, provisions: HB 1269, SHB 1269, HB 1504, ESHB 1504, SB 5286, SB 5299, SSB 5299
Drug offenses, persons convicted of, resentencing hearings for: SSB 5848, SB 5867
Early release, when crimes committed before age 18, petitioning for: HB 1540, SHB 1540
Electronic monitoring, various provisions: HB 1271, HB 2130
Electronic monitoring, with victim notification: SB 5149, SSB 5149
Enhancements, various: HB 1153, HB 1504, ESHB 1504, HB 1700, SB 5050
Female genital mutilation, performing on a minor, class B felony: HB 2000
Firearms, enhancements for, with body armor possession: SB 5050
Food assistance, SNAP program, unauthorized benefits, criminal penalties: SB 5531
Harassment, cyber, renaming cyberstalking as, and modifying provisions: HB 2129
Impaired driving, sentencing provisions: HB 1504, ESHB 1504
Impaired driving, sentencing structure for, reviewing: SSB 5299
Mail, crimes of theft and possession of, modifying criteria for: HB 1719
Marijuana, possession, misdemeanor convictions, vacation of: HB 1500, SHB 1500, * SB 5605, CH 400 (2019)
Minor child enhancements, provisions: HB 1504, ESHB 1504
Motor vehicle-related felonies, offender community custody: SB 5492, * SSB 5492, CH 191 (2019)
Murder, first degree, aggravated, death penalty when committed by inmate: HB 1709, SB 5364
Murder, first degree, aggravated, eliminating death penalty: HB 1488, SB 5339
Murder, first degree, aggravated, when committed before age 18: HB 1540, SHB 1540
Offender scores, excluding juvenile offenses from: HB 1896
Offender scores, impact of juvenile offenses: SHB 1896
Parenting sentencing alternative, modifying: SB 5291, SSB 5291, E2SSB 5291
Persistent offenders, resentencing hearings, when: SB 5288
Persistent offenders, sentencing as, criteria: SB 5491
Physical control of vehicle under the influence, provisions: HB 1269, SHB 1269, HB 1504, ESHB 1504, SB 5286, SB 5299, SSB 5299
Post-conviction review board, renaming ISRB as: SB 5819, SSB 5819
Privacy, invasion of, physical and constructive, penalties: HB 1270
Property, crimes against, offender supervision and treatment: HB 1280
Robbery, first degree, at age 16-17, sentencing range: SB 5880
Robbery, second degree, as most serious offense, resentencing, when: SB 5288
Robbery, second degree, removing from definition of most serious offense: * ESSB 5288, CH 187 (2019)
Social media extortion, by means of threat, as felony: SB 5495
Special allegations, controlled substance illegal consumption in child's presence: HB 1700
Stalking, including electronic surveillance and modifying provisions: HB 2129
Unmanned aircraft, contraband delivery to person confined in facility: HB 1766
Unmanned aircraft, contraband delivery to sexually violent predator via: HB 1381
Violent offenses, convictions for, earned release time limits: HB 1153