HB 114 Requires certain sexual offenders to be electronically monitored while relocating to a different county

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Current Bill Summary

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SCS/HB 114 - This act specifies that any convicted sexual offender required to register on the sex offender registry who changes his or her residence to a different county or city not within a county and who was convicted of, or entered a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, to the offense of child molestation in the first degree shall be required to deposit his or her driver's license with the chief law enforcement official with whom the person last registered. The license shall be returned if the person registers with the chief law enforcement officer. If the person fails to register within 3 business days with the chief law enforcement official having jurisdiction over the new residence or address, the person shall be guilty of the offense of failure to register and a warrant for the person's arrest shall be issued, the person's driver's license shall be suspended, and the person shall be required to be electronically monitored for 2 years regardless of the whether the person is sentenced to a term of imprisonment. The person shall be responsible for all costs associated with electronic monitoring.


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