SB 1101 Establishes an extreme risk order of protection, makes it a crime to possess a multi-burst trigger activator, and provides that any person convicted of a domestic violence misdemeanor is not eligible to possess a firearm
Sponsor: Schupp
LR Number: 6806S.01I Fiscal Notes
Committee:
Last Action: 3/29/2018 - Second Read and Referred S Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence Committee Journal Page: S809
Title: Calendar Position:
Effective Date: August 28, 2018

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SB 1101 - This act provides that any person convicted of a domestic violence misdemeanor or subject to an order of protection shall not be eligible to possess a firearm and such an offense shall have a stepped up penalty.

This act establishes an "extreme risk order of protection" which shall be granted when a person is found to pose an extreme risk to themselves or others. Upon issuance of an extreme risk order of protection, a person subject to the order of protection shall surrender any firearms in his or her possession until the order of protection has expired or is removed. A person who possesses a firearm while subject to an extreme risk order of protection shall be guilty of a Class C felony.

This act makes the possession of a bump-stock a class D felony.

MIKE WEAVER