Bills assigned to Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence

SB 17 - Dixon - Changes intersectional references relating to court costs
SB 23 - 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 30 - Cunningham - Increases the penalty for knowingly allowing a minor to drink or possess alcohol or failing to stop a minor from drinking or possessing alcohol
SB 31 - Cunningham - Requires a probation officer to notify the prosecutor if he or she has probable cause to believe a probationer has violated a condition of probation
SB 33 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to inspection of abortion facilities
SB 36 - Romine - Modifies the law relating to the Missouri Human Rights Act and employment discrimination
SB 42 - Nasheed - Modifies the provision allowing law enforcement officers to use deadly force in certain circumstances
SB 43 - Nasheed - Requires law enforcement agencies to adopt written policies regarding officer-involved deaths and allows the Attorney General to investigate officer-involved deaths
SB 60 - 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 62 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates a crime for employers who divulge certain personal information of employees and customers
SB 66 - 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 67 - Cunningham - Authorizes certain court surcharges, Buchanan County to establish a county municipal court, certain circuits with a SORTS facility to appoint a court marshal, requires certain reporting regarding municipal courts and modifies procedure in landlord tenant cases
SB 76 - 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 79 - Dixon - Allows counties to join a state's attorney system
SB 80 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to county prosecuting attorneys
SB 81 - Dixon - Authorizes additional circuit judges for certain circuits when indicated by annual judicial performance report and provides that Division Twelve of the 16th Judicial Circuit shall sit in the City of Independence
SB 86 - 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 91 - Dixon - Modifies laws relating to public defenders
SB 99 - LeVota - Creates crimes related to counterfeit, fake, diluted, or black market drugs
SB 100 - LeVota - Expands the list of offenses eligible for expungement and requires courts to accept certain petitions for expungement under seal and to close hearings on those petitions
SB 109 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions of law regarding claims against public higher education institutions covered by the State Legal Expense Fund and administrative leave for public employees
SB 112 - Dixon - Modifies provisions dealing with criminal offenses to align with changes made in the 2014 Criminal Code revision
SB 141 - 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 143 - Romine - Modifies the crime of animal trespass
SB 158 - Schaefer - Adds a statutory aggravating circumstance for murder in the first degree for certain acts of terrorism
SB 165 - Nasheed - Creates a petition process for the expungement of records relating to certain criminal offenses
SB 176 - Schmitt - Makes grammatical changes to a provision regarding municipal courts to align with revisions made to the Criminal Code in 2014
SB 181 - Curls - Changes the notice requirement to a tenant in a foreclosure action from ten days to ninety days
SB 182 - Curls - Changes the amount of damages that a tenant can recover when the security deposit is wrongfully withheld by a landlord
SB 183 - Curls - Repeals provisions regarding nonjudicial foreclosure proceedings and requires all foreclosure proceedings to be handled judicially
SB 188 - Curls - Requires the Department of Corrections to increase the number of prisoners who earn GEDs and provide certain job- related training programs
SB 189 - 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 192 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions of law relating to products liability claims
SB 199 - Dixon - Allows an armed offender docket in Jackson County and modifies the self-defense statute and the statute specifying when police officers are justified in using deadly force
SB 200 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to sentencing of juvenile criminal offenders, an armed offender docket pilot project, and criminal sentence reductions
SB 201 - Dixon - Modifies the state's requirements to reimburse counties for certain costs related to imprisonment and electronic monitoring for criminal offenders
SB 202 - Dixon - Allows sheriffs and deputies to assist in other counties throughout the state
SB 212 - Walsh - Adds an element to the crime of aggravated or first degree stalking
SB 213 - Wallingford - Requires children under the age of 18 to be prosecuted for most criminal offenses in juvenile courts unless the child is certified as an adult
SB 216 - Keaveny - Establishes the Missouri Commercial Receivership Act
SB 228 - Curls - Allows certain people to enter abandoned property to secure it, remove trash and graffiti, and maintain the grounds, and provides immunity from civil and criminal liability
SB 234 - Kehoe - Modifies mandated reporting requirements for sexual assault victims in a long-term care facility
SB 235 - Dixon - Repeals a provision of law allowing attorneys in criminal cases to fax or mail their notice of entry of appearance
SB 246 - Hegeman - Mandates that judges must disqualify themselves from hearing a proceeding in certain situations
SB 269 - Nasheed - Prohibits the use of restraints on children under the age of 17 during court proceedings except in certain circumstances
SB 280 - Keaveny - Modifies the punishment scheme for juvenile offenders of first degree murder and provides a petition process for juvenile offenders currently serving life without parole
SB 303 - Keaveny - Requires law enforcement agencies to develop certain policies for eyewitness identification procedures
SB 304 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to custodial interrogations of criminal suspects
SB 307 - Curls - Expands the crimes eligible for expungement and modifies the time period a person must wait before being eligible to petition for expungement
SB 309 - Curls - Provides that a landlord must keep security deposits in a depository institution and changes the amount a tenant can recover when the security deposit is wrongfully withheld
SB 320 - Wallingford - Requires any juvenile certified as an adult be detained in a juvenile facility until the juvenile has been sentenced
SB 321 - Hegeman - Allows victims of sexual assault to receive protective orders and modifies the definitions of sexual assault and stalking as they relate to orders of protection
SB 333 - Nasheed - Allows the family or next of kin of a deceased crime victim to designate a funeral home as a claimant eligible for compensation from the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund
SB 340 - Pearce - Changes an intersectional reference in a provision of law regarding the determination of heirship
SB 352 - Schaefer - Allows the Attorney General to institute civil and criminal proceedings relating to criminal enterprises and racketeering
SB 381 - Dixon - Repeals requirement to arbitrate negligence actions against the Department of Transportation upon the request of the plaintiff
SB 382 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to procedures in criminal proceedings
SB 393 - Schupp - Establishes a Task Force on the Death Penalty and places a moratorium on the death penalty until January 1, 2018
SB 410 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to criminal nonsupport and provides a method for expungement of a one-time offense of criminal nonsupport
SB 413 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to natural resource damages authorized to be recovered by the state natural resources trustee
SB 417 - Chappelle-Nadal - Specifies when a law enforcement officer is justified to use deadly force and requires a special prosecutor be appointed to investigate instances of such deadly force
SB 439 - LeVota - Provides that Division Twelve of the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit shall sit at the City of Independence
SB 447 - Wieland - Repeals the death penalty and creates the Death Penalty Costs Reinvestment Fund
SB 451 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to petitions for the expungement of criminal records
SB 459 - Libla - Modifies rulemaking procedures for rules which affect businesses
SB 464 - Dixon - Prohibits sharing of visual or aural recordings or photographs of minors alleged to be victims of child abuse, except in limited circumstances
SB 467 - Sifton - Removes the statute of limitations on civil actions and prosecutions involving offenses against children
SB 481 - Onder - Modifies laws regarding qualified spousal trusts
SB 501 - Riddle - Authorizes an additional circuit judge for the forty-fifth judicial circuit
SB 527 - Keaveny - Specifies that a majority of the circuit and associate circuit judges of the 22nd Judicial Circuit sitting en banc must appoint the sheriff of the City of St. Louis
SB 532 - Riddle - Allows the presiding judge of certain circuits to appoint a circuit court marshal
SB 555 - Emery - Modifies provisions of the law relating to marriages other than a marriage between a man and a woman
SB 559 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to racial profiling in policing
SB 560 - Chappelle-Nadal - Allows a person to possess up to one ounce of marijuana and provides a licensure process for retail marijuana stores, cultivation facilities, and products manufacturers
SB 561 - Wasson - Allows certain offenses to be prosecuted in the county in which the victim resides or conducts business or where stolen property was located
SB 565 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions involving child custody orders
SB 567 - Chappelle-Nadal - Provides that a person shall be liable for depriving another of a Missouri Constitutional right while acting under the color of law
SJR 4 - Emery - Requires the Senate, beginning January 1, 2017, to try all impeachments except for the impeachment of the Governor, which shall be tried by the Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court
HB 95 - Miller - Permits court-ordered reimbursement of insurance costs during dissolution of marriage proceedings
HB 104 - Haahr - Prohibits public higher education institutions from denying religious student associations benefits available to other student associations and from discriminating against them
HB 108 - McCaherty - Establishes a two-year statute of limitations for claims of malpractice or negligence against mental health professionals
HB 122 - McGaugh - Modifies provisions relating to self defense, the crime of unlawful use of weapons, and concealed carry training requirements
HB 152 - Haahr - Adds advertising a child as available to participate in certain sex acts to the crime of sexual trafficking of a child
HB 209 - Conway - Modifies provisions relating to the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund
HB 218 - Wilson - Modifies provisions relating to mutual aid by law enforcement officers, the costs of imprisonment and electronic monitoring, and concealed carry permit fees
HB 254 - Crawford - Makes it a class B felony to physically take property from a person when the property is owned by a financial institution
HB 462 - Bahr - Creates provisions prohibiting binding agreements that run with the land to prevent displaying political signs
HB 557 - Bahr - Specifies that parental liberty to direct the upbringing, education, and care of his or her children is a fundamental right not subject to infringement without demonstrating a compelling governmental interest
HB 571 - Burlison - Removes the limit on the amount a landlord can receive as a security deposit
HB 583 - Cross - Allows a tenant to enter the rental property following eviction with the landlord's permission in certain situations
HB 612 - Fitzwater - Modifies provisions relating to the possession of contraband in jails and prisons and tax collection by regional jail districts
HB 734 - Haefner - Modifies provisions of law relating to child protection
HB 752 - Dugger - Provides that a public employee who commits a Class B felony for stealing or receiving stolen property shall not receive retirement benefits
HB 799 - Roeber - Modifies provisions regarding judicial circuits
HB 807 - Cornejo - Modifies provisions relating to courts, civil actions, wills and trusts, life insurance, crimes, and public defenders
HB 1019 - Austin - Modifies the law relating to the Missouri Human Rights Act and employment discrimination
HB 1044 - Corlew - Authorizes the circuit court of Jackson County to establish and armed offender docket