Bills assigned to Judiciary and Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence


SB 2 - Loudon - Modifies laws relating to abortion
SB 9 - Dougherty - Amends the offense of distributing a controlled substance near schools to include long-term and child care facilities
SB 10 - Cauthorn - Requires pseudoephedrine products to be sold by a pharmacist or technician
SB 16 - Coleman - Eliminates mandatory minimum sentencing for certain felons
SB 17 - Coleman - Allows defendants to assert legal or equitable defenses, setoffs, or counterclaims in unlawful detainer actions
SB 23 - Griesheimer - Creates criminal use of property by operating audiovisual recording devices while in a movie
SB 27 - Champion - Creates new requirements when selling pseudoephedrine products at pharmacies
SB 32 - Bartle - Regulates sexually oriented businesses
SB 37 - Nodler - Modifies various provisions concerning alcohol related offenses
SB 41 - Bray - Creates the crime of negligent storage of a firearm
SB 51 - Taylor - Changes the penalty for offenses concerning unauthorized recordings
SB 52 - Loudon - Prohibits recovery of noneconomic damages for injuries incurred during certain motor vehicle violations
SB 53 - Loudon - Requires appointment of St. Louis City circuit clerk
SB 65 - Coleman - Allows courts to order convicted persons to pay costs associated with prostitution-related arrests
SB 67 - Coleman - Changes the definition of "prostitution-related offense"
SB 73 - Champion - Allows county law enforcement agencies to have sexual offender registry websites
SB 78 - Dolan - Denies municipal courts from granting suspended imposition of sentences for certain prior/persistent offenders
SB 83 - Bray - Enacts various changes to medical malpractice liability
SB 96 - Coleman - Makes damage to a motor vehicle while breaking in with intent to steal first degree property damage
SB 104 - Bartle - Allows parental rights to be terminated for the domestic murder of a spouse
SB 113 - Coleman - Extends powers to civilian review boards that investigate allegations of misconduct by local law enforcement officers
SB 123 - Bartle - Modifies provisions relating to corporate stock issuance and sales of corporate assets and allows not-for-profit corporations to apply for reinstatement after forfeiture for failing to file an annual report
SB 144 - Gross - Modifies number of judges and commissioners in various judicial circuits
SB 149 - Nodler - Establishes hearing for restatement and back-pay award
SB 154 - Bray - Modifies the law relating to the establishment of paternity
SB 158 - Cauthorn - Establishes a prescription monitoring program
SB 159 - Cauthorn - Adds various substances to the controlled substance schedules
SB 160 - Bartle - Prohibits human cloning
SB 165 - Bartle - Changes the procedure for appeal of a Public Service Commission order
SB 168 - Dolan - Creates a process to resolve disputes arising out of alleged construction defects in residential property
SB 177 - Shields - Modifies a number of provisions regarding professional registration
SB 184 - Coleman - Imposes a surcharge on certain felony court proceedings to fund certain school-related programs
SB 191 - Koster - Adds an additional circuit judge to the 17th Judicial Circuit
SB 194 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to sentencing and crime victims' rights
SB 198 - Gross - Disallows any provider of abortion services from providing sex education to public school students
SB 216 - Champion - Requires depositions of crime laboratory employees to be in the county where employed
SB 230 - Champion - Reallocates a portion of the crime laboratory surcharge to counties and prosecutors
SB 232 - Loudon - Modifies special motion to dismiss in Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation (SLAPP)
SB 254 - Engler - Criminalizes distribution and possession of certain prescription medications on school property
SB 271 - Scott - Enacts various measures relating to tort reform
SB 279 - Taylor - Adds demand drafts to certain transfer and presentment warranties in the Uniform Commercial Code
SB 292 - Bray - Eliminates the death penalty
SB 303 - Dougherty - Creates a commission to study the death penalty and imposes a temporary moratorium on executions in Missouri
SB 309 - Wilson - Makes ownership, possession, and discharge of taser guns an unlawful use of a weapon
SB 320 - Koster - Creates lien for nonpayment of rental equipment fees
SB 322 - Bartle - Prohibits adults from allowing minors to drink or failing to stop minors from drinking on their property
SB 325 - Bray - Restricts firearm possession for individuals involved in domestic violence
SB 342 - Bartle - Authorizes municipal courts to contract with certain entities for probation services
SB 344 - Wheeler - Eliminates the requirement of service of summons in unlawful detainer actions by certified mail
SB 350 - Wilson - Prohibits distribution of controlled substances in parks
SB 351 - Ridgeway - Provides for a minor to receive a minor in possession if he or she has a detectable blood alcohol content
SB 356 - Shields - Enhances penalties for chronic and aggravated drunk offenders and creates crime of aggravated vehicular manslaughter
SB 366 - Wheeler - Modifies list of priority designations
SB 373 - Bartle - Amends provisions dealing with members of the board of directors for the Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company
SB 378 - Coleman - Allows a person to replace two sets of two stolen license plate tabs per year and prohibits issuance of ticket for stolen tabs
SB 381 - Ridgeway - Creates and modifies provisions relating to the use of personal information and identity theft
SB 385 - Scott - Enacts various measures relating to civil liability and procedure
SB 391 - Dougherty - Grants neighborhood organizations in the city of St. Louis standing to file nuisance actions
SB 395 - Scott - Allows for certain local courts to impose surcharges to establish an Alternative Dispute Resolution program
SB 397 - Graham - Modifies various aspects of the criminal justice system
SB 404 - Koster - Modifies various court costs
SB 405 - Koster - Modifies procedure for seeking excuse from or postponement of jury duty
SB 407 - Mayer - Modifies definition of "owner" in beneficiary deeds
SB 418 - Mayer - Exempts misdemeanors for vehicle registration from required judgments paid to the "Crime Victims' Compensation Fund"
SB 419 - Mayer - Provides that certain records maintained in a court concerning alcohol-related driving offenses are confidential
SB 420 - Mayer - Modifies numerous provisions regarding judicial procedures and personnel
SB 422 - Bartle - Requires expunged records to be confidential
SB 423 - Bartle - Creates new provisions and makes modifications to the DNA profiling system
SB 424 - Callahan - Enhances penalties for chronic and aggravated drunk offenders and creates crime of aggravated vehicular manslaughter
SB 425 - Callahan - Modifies provisions relating to passing bad checks
SB 426 - Callahan - Requires the director of the Department of Revenue to expunge certain suspensions from noncommercial driving records
SB 435 - Wilson - Enacts various reforms to combat fraudulent real estate practices
SB 438 - Bartle - Makes production of meth in the home of a minor child endangerment in the first degree
SB 439 - Bartle - Modifies the statute on endangerment of a child in the second degree
SB 442 - Ridgeway - Modifies penalties and definitions for the crime of financial exploitation of the elderly and disabled
SB 448 - Crowell - Allows sheriffs to agree as to which county's jail will house a defendant after a change of venue
SB 451 - Dolan - Requires prosecuting attorneys to impanel adult abuse fatality review panels
SB 487 - Engler - Requires littering offenders to perform community service and assesses two points against litterer's license
SB 491 - Klindt - Modifies fee for statewide court automation fund and sets expiration dates for other funds
SB 494 - Bray - Modifies provisions concerning exoneration through the use of DNA testing
SB 495 - Mayer - Notification given to a crime victim must utilize the statewide automated crime victim notification system
SB 499 - Mayer - Provides that judgments entered by an associate circuit court which shall constitute a lien
SB 505 - Dougherty - Creates penalties for imposing certain fees by a credit card issuer
SB 506 - Dougherty - Providees consumer protection for computerized personal information
SB 511 - Callahan - Provides when a prosecution for a misdemeanor, infraction, or felony is commenced
SB 512 - Callahan - Removes language stating that a person commits the crime of tampering with a witness "in an official proceeding"
SB 513 - Callahan - Repeals provisions requiring prosecutors to pay certain court costs
SB 514 - Ridgeway - Prohibits any action against a state or local public employee for acknowledging God
SB 517 - Shields - Provides the requirements for seeking a surrogate to make health care decisions when the patient is incapacitated
SB 520 - Callahan - Requires a person arrested and confined without a warrant be discharged from custody within 48 hours unless charged
SB 534 - Bartle - Modifies procedure for replacement of absent municipal judges
SB 536 - Bartle - Modifies law regarding landlord disposition of tenant property
SB 537 - Bartle - Requires cash bond to be posted in certain landlord and tenant actions
SB 538 - Bartle - Modifies civil procedure requirements for various landlord/tenant actions
SB 541 - Callahan - Exempts attorneys' fees from calculation in project costs in Jackson County for tax increment financing
SB 542 - Callahan - Prohibits certain convicted criminals from qualifying for public office
SJR 16 - Gross - Modifies tenure and retention for Missouri Supreme Court judges
SJR 18 - Bartle - Grants the power to determine public school funding exclusively to the General Assembly and Governor, not the Judiciary
HB 49 - Jolly - Modifies provisions regarding early release of prisoners
HB 100 - Cunningham - Changes the laws regarding the regulation of abortions
HB 196 - Wildberger - Modifies provisions relating to arson, burning, and exploding
HB 208 - Icet - Requires the filing of an affidavit in suits against licensed professionals
HB 269 - Bruns - Creates a cause of action for injury to emergency personnel caused by the tortious actions of another person
HB 347 - Pratt - Creates a process to resolve disputes arising out of alleged construction defect for residential property
HB 353 - Lipke - Modifies provisions relating to crime
HB 361 - Lipke - Exempts traffic violation cases from the $15 surcharge used for the DNA profiling analysis of convicted felons
HB 362 - Lipke - Requires expunged records to be confidential
HB 393 - Byrd - Changes the laws affecting claims for damages and their payment and establishes venue in all tort actions
HB 441 - Behnen - Creates restrictions regarding the sale of products containing ephedrine and pseudoephedrine
HB 456 - Kuessner - Eliminates a grand jury's duty to examine public buildings and report on their condition
HB 486 - Bruns - Removes prohibition on service providers being related to sexual offender probationers when only one is in the area
HB 498 - Kratky - Changes the laws regarding stealing, tampering, and stolen property and requires specific restitution in certain cases
HB 567 - Stevenson - Changes the deadline for filing exception to a condemnation commissioners' report
HB 568 - Stevenson - Changes the laws regarding the protection of children
HB 630 - Pollock - Allows a not-for-profit corporation to apply for reinstatement if forfeited after 1978 for failure to file an annual report
HB 684 - Lipke - Creates new provisions and makes modifications to certain statutes relating to the DNA profiling system
HB 688 - Byrd - Modifies provisions for the continuance of judicial proceedings for members of the General Assembly
HB 832 - Brooks - Requires that restrictive real estate covenants included in an association's governing document must be removed
HB 972 - Jetton - Modifies laws relating to crime