Missouri State Senate
Bills assigned to Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence

SB 489 - Lager - Mandates that judges must disqualify themselves from hearing a proceeding in certain situations
SB 490 - Lager - Modifies the law relating to public policy exceptions to the at-will employment doctrine
SB 491 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to criminal law
SB 499 - Keaveny - Modifies provision of law relating to qualified spousal trusts, mediation provisions in trusts, and no-contest clauses
SB 500 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions of law relating to qualified spousal trusts, and no-contest clauses and mediation provisions in wills and trusts
SB 501 - Keaveny - Provides that a trustee and the attorney shall be afforded the protections granted under attorney-client privilege
SB 519 - Sater - Amends the current waiting period for having an abortion from 24 hours to 72 hours
SB 542 - Munzlinger - Establishes the Missouri Nonrecourse Consumer Legal Lending Act
SB 548 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates the crimes of failing to stop illegal firearm possession, negligent storage of a firearm, and failure to notify a school of firearm ownership
SB 549 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates the crimes of failing to stop illegal weapon possession, negligent storage of a weapon, and failure to notify a school of weapon ownership
SB 551 - Sater - Creates the offense of unlawful internet communication with a minor
SB 563 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates a crime for employers who divulge certain personal information of employees and customers
SB 583 - Dixon - Changes the evidentiary standard for noneconomic damages in medical malpractice cases
SB 585 - Dixon - Modifies the calculation of the limitation for punitive damages
SB 614 - Dixon - Modifies the county description of Jefferson County in provisions of law which allow the county to prosecute certain violations in a county municipal court and provisions of law regarding judicial personnel
SB 615 - Dixon - Modifies provisions of law relating to court costs, civil fines, the Sunshine Law, immunity for law enforcement officers, judgeships, the crime of disarming of a peace officer, and court procedure
SB 621 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions of law regarding the publication of the statutes, garnishments, criminal procedure, judicial resources, court surcharges, law enforcement liability, and crime prevention
SB 625 - Sater - Modifies provisions related to methamphetamine precursor drugs
SB 636 - LeVota - Increases the $2 surcharge for criminal cases in cities or counties with domestic violence shelters to $4
SB 640 - Emery - Allows a court to place a person on electronic monitoring with victim notification if a person has been charged with, or found guilty of, violating an order of protection
SB 654 - Keaveny - Provides that a provision in a trust instrument requiring mediation or arbitration is enforceable
SB 658 - Wallingford - Provides protections for alternatives to abortion agencies to freely engage in religious practices
SB 665 - LeVota - Creates crimes related to counterfeit, fake, diluted, or black market drugs
SB 676 - Curls - Changes the notice requirement to a tenant in a foreclosure action from ten days to ninety days
SB 681 - Curls - Provides a process for the Parole Board to review the case histories of offenders serving more than 15 years in prison and recommend clemency or allow release on parole
SB 682 - Curls - Allows judges to suspend the imposition of an adult criminal sentence for juvenile offenders
SB 683 - Curls - Creates the crimes of assault of an employee of a mass transit system while in the scope of his or her duties in the first, second, and third degree
SB 695 - Keaveny - Authorizes the addition of a child by modifying an existing administrative child support order
SB 703 - Lager - Modifies the law relating to the Missouri Human Rights Act
SB 706 - Cunningham - Prohibits bad faith assertions of patent infringement
SB 710 - Walsh - Provides that aggravated stalking includes purposely accessing or attempting to access the address of a participant of the address confidentiality program
SB 724 - Parson - Modifies the law relating to the filing of fraudulent financing statements with the Secretary of State and real property documents with recorders of deeds
SB 732 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to criminal procedure
SB 745 - Munzlinger - Modifies the provisions regarding sheriffs and other law enforcement officers, weapons, and concealed carry permits
SB 757 - Justus - Modifies the law relating to the Missouri Human Rights Act
SB 758 - Justus - Changes the term "free health clinic" to "community health clinic" and modifies its definition for the purposes of the State Legal Expense Fund
SB 770 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to inspection of abortion facilities
SB 771 - Sater - Creates the offense of possession or transfer of an automated sales suppression device
SB 790 - Dixon - Modifies penalties for first degree murder when the person was under the age of 18 at the time of committing the offense
SB 792 - Parson - Raises the amount the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund can pay to eligible victims and provides that the Public Safety Department can negotiate costs on behalf of victims
SB 793 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to criminal procedure
SB 797 - Nieves - Prohibits voluntary roadside checkpoints established by law enforcement for the collection of breath, blood, or saliva samples except for sobriety checkpoints
SB 807 - LeVota - Expands the list of criminal offenses eligible for expungement and specifies that courts close petitions and hearings for expungements of certain suspended sentences
SB 824 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to prosecutors, political subdivisions, law enforcement, courts, and funerals
SB 831 - Wallingford - Establishes the Missouri Good Samaritan Law for when emergency services are called for drug overdoses
SB 843 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Sunshine Law
SB 863 - Emery - Grants sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, and their administrative employees civil immunity when acting in compliance with a court order
SB 879 - Sifton - Requires every individual who is 17 years old or older and arrested for any felony offense to provide a biological sample for DNA profiling
SB 886 - Schaefer - Provides that civil actions between a landlord and tenant are appealable
SB 889 - Parson - Requires the state to pay the cost of incarceration and electronic monitoring of criminal defendants found guilty of felony offenses
SB 898 - Schaefer - Allows the Department of Corrections to determine the manner of executions rather than requiring executions be by lethal gas or injection
SB 902 - Munzlinger - Modifies the laws regarding certain private nuisance actions
SB 911 - Libla - Prohibits tenants who willfully damage rental property from being able to raise the defense of claim of right in cases involving certain property crimes
SB 915 - Dixon - Provides that a surcharge may be collected in criminal proceedings filed in the Thirty-First Judicial Circuit
SB 916 - Wallingford - Prohibits the government from burdening a person's free exercise of religion unless acting in furtherance of a compelling government interest
SB 945 - Brown - Modifies procedures in death penalty cases in which the defendant kidnapped the victim before causing the victim's death
SB 952 - Dixon - Modifies MO HealthNet fraud provisions as to statute of limitations
SB 971 - Kehoe - Modifies mandated reporting requirements for sexual assault victims in a long-term care facility
SB 972 - Kehoe - Allows a court to enter a remittitur order or increase the jury award in an action against a health care provider for medical malpractice
SB 975 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses
SB 976 - Emery - Requires the Senate to try all impeachments except for the impeachment of the Governor, which shall be tried by the Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court
SB 978 - Schmitt - Allows certain corporations to waive rights to judicial dissolution
SB 982 - Schaefer - Modifies penalties for certain sex offenses
SB 985 - Sifton - Grants St. Louis County and Christian County an additional associate circuit judge and circuit judge
SJR 27 - Schaaf - Provides that the people shall be secure in their electronic communications and data
SJR 34 - Emery - Requires the Senate to try all impeachments except for the impeachment of the Governor, which shall be tried by the Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court
SJR 36 - Schaefer - Modifies constitutional provisions regarding the right to keep and bear arms
SJR 37 - Dixon - Removes language which appoints judicial officers to serve as a legislative district reapportionment commission
HB 1051 - Rhoads - Adds certain substances to the list of controlled substances
HB 1192 - Miller - Modifies the abortion parental consent provision and add protections for alternatives to abortion agencies
HB 1231 - Cox - Modifies various provisions of law relating to the administration of justice
HB 1238 - Hinson - Modifies various provisions of law regarding court costs
HB 1245 - Hampton - Repeals duplicative versions of statutes
HB 1307 - Elmer - Amends the current waiting period for having an abortion from 24 hours to 72 hours
HB 1320 - Ellinger - Modifies provisions relating to breast-feeding
HB 1371 - Cox - Modifies provisions relating to criminal law
HB 1372 - Cox - Modifies the offense of unlawful funeral protests
HB 1374 - Cox - Prohibits bad faith assertions of patent infringement
HB 1388 - Cornejo - Prohibits government entities from obtaining the location information of an electronic device without a warrant, subpoena, or court order and using such information as evidence
HB 1410 - Cross - Modifies provisions relating to landlord tenant actions and changes the expiration date on the requirement that builders must offer to install fire sprinklers
HB 1539 - Kelley - Modifies provisions related to law enforcement officers, self defense, and firearms
HB 1612 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions of law relating to garnishments
HB 1775 - Colona - Requires the St. Louis County Bar Association to consult with the 21st Circuit and county police chief to improve the safety and method of entering the county courthouse and justice center
HB 1906 - Schieber - Reauthorizes a fund and grant program for law enforcement agencies that are investigating Internet sex crimes against children
HB 2085 - Austin - Authorizes additional judgeships in certain circuits and repeals provisions of law concerning commissioners of the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals
HB 2116 - Torpey - Modifies provisions relating to public safety
HB 2126 - McGaugh - Provides that deadly force may be used by a person who occupies private property pursuant to specific authority of the property owner to occupy the property
HB 2238 - Jones - Allows the use of hemp extract for the treatment of intractable epilepsy and creates licensing and registration procedures for the use, manufacture, and distribution of hemp.

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