Bills assigned to Judiciary and Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence


SB 557 - Gibbons - Modifies laws against sexual offenders
SB 562 - Gross - Enacts provisions relating to the capacity of an unborn child to experience pain during an abortion
SB 563 - Loudon - Strengthens laws against sexual offenders
SB 570 - Cauthorn - Increases minimum sentences for some sexual offenses and strengthens registration requirements for all sex offenders
SB 571 - Cauthorn - Modifies the law on using justifiable force to protect persons and property
SB 573 - Coleman - Modifies various provisions relating to delinquent child support payments
SB 578 - Shields - Prohibits protest activities during funeral services
SB 579 - Shields - Expands the crime of sexual contact with a student
SB 584 - Champion - Bans bus drivers who are convicted of intoxication-related traffic offenses from possessing a school bus endorsement
SB 586 - Champion - Establishes surcharges on domestic relations petitions to fund Missouri court-appointed special advocate programs
SB 587 - Bartle - Extends the August 28, 2006, expiration date for the surcharge on certain criminal cases to August 28, 2013
SB 588 - Bartle - Modifies the laws regarding sexual offenders
SB 589 - Bartle - Adds one circuit judge position and modifies one circuit judge position within the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit
SB 592 - Nodler - Allocates additional funding from the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund to certain recipients
SB 596 - Days - Authorizes a court to appoint a standby guardian for a minor
SB 608 - Crowell - Requires emergency contraceptives to be distributed by prescription only
SB 609 - Crowell - Protects the conscience rights of pharmaceutical professionals
SB 615 - Stouffer - Extends the Animal Research and Production Facilities Protection Act to include all agricultural research and production facilities
SB 618 - Koster - Provides that electronic access cards may be issued to custodial parents for disbursement of child support payments
SB 619 - Koster - Increases penalty for failing to register as a sexual offender when required to do so by law
SB 628 - Wilson - Makes possession or discharge of stun/taser guns an unlawful use of a weapon
SB 639 - Coleman - Establishes surcharges on certain court proceedings to fund certain school-related educational programs
SB 640 - Coleman - Modifies provisions relating to prostitution
SB 649 - Champion - Modifies requirements for continuing child support obligation for children over 18 years of age
SB 658 - Bray - Prohibits any governmental entity from interfering with the right to obtain or use contraceptives
SB 680 - Dougherty - Provides consumer protection for computerized personal information
SB 699 - Bray - Creates the crime of "negligent storage of a firearm"
SB 702 - Crowell - Prohibits the use of public funds for health and social service programs that subsidize abortion services
SB 715 - Bray - Eliminates the death penalty
SB 716 - Bray - Prohibits discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation
SB 719 - Crowell - Prohibits political subdivisions from using photo radar or automated traffic control systems to enforce traffic laws
SB 721 - Wilson - Creates the crime of distribution of a controlled substance near a park
SB 725 - Bray - Alters provisions regarding alcoholic beverages
SB 729 - Crowell - Requires an affidavit of merit to be filed in actions against certain licensed professionals
SB 731 - Cauthorn - Eliminates the requirement that one must obtain a concealable firearm permit before acquiring a handgun
SB 753 - Alter - Prohibits sexual offenders from entering school property without the consent of the principal or administrator
SB 764 - Engler - Allows law enforcement to publish sex offender information in the newspaper during National Crime Victims' Week
SB 768 - Graham - Makes changes to the criminal justice system
SB 770 - Mayer - Modifies the law relating to the county law enforcement restitution fund
SB 771 - Mayer - Provides that certain judgments of an associate circuit court shall constitute a lien on real estate property
SB 774 - Bartle - Provides funding for umbilical cord blood banks and non-fetal human stem cell research
SB 781 - Ridgeway - Revises the process for obtaining a repossession title to motor vehicles, certain watercrafts, and manufactured homes
SB 782 - Engler - Allows persons committed under the repealed "sexual psychopath" statutes to be guilty of escaping from commitment
SB 783 - Engler - Allows sexual predators to be housed with others awaiting court determination as to whether they are predators
SB 784 - Alter - Expands the actions that constitute a peace disturbance
SB 785 - Alter - Allows any jailer to serve an arrest warrant on a person who is already an inmate in the custody of the jailer
SB 786 - Graham - Provides that certain persons may not be required to disclose news sources or information
SB 789 - Dougherty - Modifies procedures of juvenile courts in their care and treatment of certain juveniles
SB 793 - Engler - Provides that public administrators will not be financially responsible for debts of wards or protectees
SB 804 - Gross - Allows for substituted service upon an insured defendant's automobile insurance company
SB 815 - Coleman - Eliminates mandatory minimum sentencing for certain felons
SB 824 - Klindt - Establishes procedure for insurers intervening in civil actions to determine coverage issues
SB 827 - Dougherty - Creates a commission to study the death penalty in Missouri and prohibits use of the death penalty for a time period
SB 836 - Engler - Modifies continuing child support obligation for children over eighteen years of age
SB 839 - Loudon - Establishes the "Uninsured Motorist Stipulation of Benefits Act of 2006" which limits the recovery for non-economic damages by uninsured motorists
SB 845 - Kennedy - Modifies fees and reinstatement processes in the event of corporate administrative dissolution
SB 847 - Bartle - Modifies the jurisdiction of small claims courts
SB 853 - Green - Provides for mandatory minimum punishment for securities fraud crimes against the elderly or disabled
SB 869 - Koster - Modifies laws against sexual offenders
SB 873 - Gibbons - Makes changes to laws regarding criminal background checks
SB 875 - Barnitz - Modifies requirements for corporate filings
SB 878 - Champion - Modifies provisions relating to child protection
SB 885 - Cauthorn - Modifies laws relating to bail bond agents
SB 886 - Goodman - Modifies provisions regarding the termination of alimony and maintenance payments
SB 890 - Bartle - Requires sexual offenders who fail to register for a third time to be electronically monitored for ten years
SB 895 - Engler - Synchronizes the penalties, administrative orders, civil actions and other remedies available to the Director of the Department of Insurance throughout the insurance code; modifies law with respect to certain types of service contracts; and revises filing fees
SB 903 - Griesheimer - Provides immunity from liability for certain officers and employees of state agencies and political subdivisions
SB 922 - Wilson - Expands the crime of unlawful use of weapons to include discharging a firearm for celebrating in an urban area
SB 943 - Bray - Establishes the "Prevention First Act"
SB 946 - Shields - Modifies various provisions relating to the state legal expense fund
SB 957 - Engler - Authorizes the Circuit Court in the 24th Judicial Circuit to appoint a drug court commissioner and administrator
SB 960 - Alter - Requires law enforcement and the Highway Patrol to take new photographs of sexual offenders when they report annually
SB 979 - Griesheimer - Exempts ski area operators from liability for inherent risks related to skiing
SB 982 - Koster - Requires law enforcement and the Highway Patrol to take new photographs of sexual offenders when they report annually
SB 984 - Purgason - Adds a circuit judge position within the Twenty-Sixth Judicial Circuit
SB 991 - Mayer - Changes and extends the current law pertaining to service contracts
SB 992 - Scott - Modifies provisions regarding medical emergencies
SB 1000 - Loudon - Replaces all state administrative hearings with a new "Office of Administrative Hearings"
SB 1010 - Wheeler - Amends the duties and filings for limited partnerships and corporations
SB 1011 - Wheeler - Gives recorders of deeds discretion about where instruments are recorded and protects personal information in documents
SB 1012 - Wheeler - Modifies priority designation for next-of-kin of a decedent's body
SB 1013 - Crowell - Provides that certain persons may not be required to disclose news sources or information
SB 1019 - Alter - Specifies the Amber Alert System aids in identifying and locating abducted children rather than adults
SB 1023 - Gibbons - Modifies the laws relating to DNA Profiling Analysis and resulting restitution
SB 1024 - Koster - Establishes the "Criminal Forfeiture Reform Act"
SB 1028 - Bartle - Adds substances to the controlled substances lists and criminalizes activities related to falsifying drug tests
SB 1045 - Goodman - Provides that the statute of limitations for recovery of lands does not extend to lands held by public utilities
SB 1047 - Loudon - Requires the Department of Public Safety to create a grant program for certain law enforcement task forces
SB 1050 - Bartle - Modifies provisions regarding bond remittance in certain landlord and tenant actions
SB 1051 - Bartle - Modifies provisions regarding court dates, issuance of summons, and writs of possession or restitution in certain landlord and tenant actions
SB 1052 - Nodler - Creates a time limit for claims made for damages to underground facilities in the event that such damage was incurred during excavation as well as a time limit for payment of such claims
SB 1062 - Scott - Allows videotaped depositions of mentally retarded persons to be admissible in certain criminal proceedings
SB 1087 - Ridgeway - Modifies various provisions within the Missouri Uniform Trust Code
SB 1100 - Clemens - Makes stealing any animal considered livestock punishable as a Class C felony
SB 1111 - Goodman - Modifies the laws on the use of force
SB 1112 - Goodman - Provides for immunity from liability for certain product retailers
SB 1116 - Stouffer - Provides that certain disputes shall be referred by the Office of Administration to approved mediators for dispute resolution
SB 1120 - Bray - Requires the issuance of a "no contact" order under certain circumstances with sexual offense cases
SB 1144 - Mayer - Authorizes issuance of temporary orders by a juvenile court and transfer of such orders to a circuit or probate court
SB 1146 - Ridgeway - Modifies the process for review of an administrative agency's decisions
SB 1192 - Wheeler - Creates provisions relating to the duty of pharmacies to fill prescriptions
SB 1198 - Scott - Sets penalties for anyone setting fires in an area that has been proclaimed to be in extraordinary danger from fire
SB 1204 - Dougherty - Modifies provisions relating to parentage of a child
SB 1208 - Koster - Modifies law allowing corporations to amend their articles of incorporation
SB 1209 - Koster - Divides the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit into two circuits
SB 1221 - Goodman - Modifies laws relating to crime
SB 1227 - Bray - Modifies the law relating to the establishment of paternity
SB 1232 - Bartle - Regulates sexually-oriented businesses
SB 1237 - Callahan - Authorizes an additional surcharge on cases involving certain municipal ordinance violations in Kansas City
SB 1250 - Alter - Enacts multiple provisions regarding illegal aliens
SB 1252 - Scott - Modifies laws on child support
SJR 23 - Bartle - Grants the power to determine public school funding exclusively to the General Assembly and Governor, not the Judiciary
SJR 39 - Ridgeway - Requires impeachments to be tried by the Senate, rather than the Supreme Court
SJR 41 - Mayer - Adds the crime of manufacturing methamphetamine to the list of offenses that are not bailable
HB 1026 - Rucker - Prohibits protest activities during funeral services
HB 1053 - Jolly - Allows victims of certain offenses against the family access to official court records in certain circumstances
HB 1075 - Davis - Revises current law requirements for the presentation of information in public schools relating to contraception, abortion, and sexually transmitted diseases
HB 1082 - Dempsey - Modifies the laws regarding health care liens
HB 1169 - Cooper - Changes the time period corporate names can be reserved from 60 to 180 days
HB 1182 - Stevenson - Allows persons with custodial rights to petition the juvenile court to extend jurisdiction over a child until he or she reaches age 18
HB 1204 - Roorda - Allows any jailer to serve an arrest warrant on a person who is already an inmate in the custody of the jailer
HB 1317 - Lipke - Modifies the laws relating to crime victims' rights
HB 1320 - Lipke - Requires the Highway Patrol to conduct background checks on gubernatorial appointees at the discretion of the Governor
HB 1322 - Lipke - Modifies the laws relating to DNA profiling analysis
HB 1343 - Munzlinger - Repeals provisions of law that required the City of Canton to provide resources and space for a circuit court in Lewis County
HB 1397 - Pratt - Creates the Consumer Protection Against Computer Spyware Act
HB 1427 - Johnson - Modifies fees and reinstatement processes in the event of corporate administrative dissolution
HB 1461 - Ruestman - Modifies the laws regarding defensive use of force
HB 1534 - Lembke - Provides funding for umbilical cord blood banks and non-fetal human stem cell research
HB 1559 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions on donation of food
HB 1617 - McGhee - Adds to the circumstances where a landowner does not assume liability for injuries caused on his or her land
HB 1679 - Johnson - Revises the laws regarding chemical tests for intoxication by requiring that drivers involved in collisions which result in death or serious physical injury be administered the test
HB 1698 - Lipke - Modifies laws relating to sexual offenders
HB 1703 - Yates - Provides that political subdivisions forming a business entity for the purpose of providing liability insurance are not to be considered an insurance company
HB 1857 - Lipke - Specifies when a prosecution is commenced for a misdemeanor and a felony
HB 1858 - Lipke - Authorizes prosecuting and circuit attorneys to dismiss a complaint, information, or indictment without the consent of the court
HB 1864 - Nolte - Prohibits the admission of unlawfully present aliens to public institutions of higher education
HJR 55 - Lipke - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting public officials convicted of a felony or removed for misconduct from receiving any state pension and modifies the veto power of the General Assembly over salary recommendations