Bills assigned to Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence


SB 1 - Curls - Removes certain offenses from the list of offenses where expungement is not currently available
SB 8 - Emery - Modifies the criminal offenses that are punished by a minimum prison term
SB 9 - Emery - Requires the Senate to try all impeachments
SB 12 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to charges for the service of court orders
SB 22 - Nasheed - Modifies Missouri Supreme Court Rules relating to discovery in criminal cases
SB 35 - Riddle - Prohibits certain offenders of sex crimes from being near athletic facilities used primarily by children
SB 37 - Onder - Modifies the offense and penalties of promoting prostitution in the first degree
SB 41 - Schupp - Modifies provisions relating to domestic violence offenders
SB 42 - Schupp - Creates extreme risk orders of protection
SB 74 - May - Modifies provisions relating to mandatory prison terms, and eligibility for parole
SB 81 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding insurance coverage of the cost to defend a claim in an administrative proceeding, proposed administrative rules affecting real property, and procedures for judicial review of action by a state agency
SB 93 - Sifton - Increases penalties for the distribution of heroin
SB 123 - White - Allows certain appointed persons who serve court orders to collect the charge for such service for deposit into the Deputy Sheriff Salary Supplementation Fund
SB 136 - Sifton - Requires every individual who is 17 years or older and is arrested for a felony offense to provide a biological sample for DNA profiling. Creates a procedure for certain persons who have had their samples collected to request expungement.
SB 159 - Sifton - Requires the Governor to appoint Administrative Hearing Commissioners that reflect the geographic diversity of the state
SB 194 - Hoskins - Creates offenses relating to the unlawful use of an unmanned aircraft
SB 198 - Onder - Enhances penalties for the offense of controlled substances containing fentanyl or carfentanil
SB 223 - Brown - Modifies the offense of murder in the second degree
SB 224 - Luetkemeyer - Modifies various Supreme Court Rules relating to discovery
SB 236 - White - Bars certain professionals and entities from being held liable for damages resulting from any lawfully conducted body cavity search
SB 237 - White - Modifies postconviction treatment programs
SB 244 - Walsh - Modifies the registration as a sex offender for certain offenses
SB 270 - White - Modifies provisions regarding the management of court systems
SB 288 - Wieland - Modifies provisions relating to jury instructions for the offense of murder in the first degree
SB 297 - White - Allows individuals 75 years of age or older to be excused from petit and grand jury service
SB 307 - Cierpiot - Modifies provisions relating to spousal maintenance orders
SB 334 - Onder - This act modifies the offense of driving with excessive blood alcohol content and also changes other sections of law to reflect these changes
SB 386 - O'Laughlin - Modifies provisions relating to the location of a proposed child care facility
SB 392 - Wieland - Authorizes municipal courts to operate a case management system
SB 395 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions relating to a child's right to counsel
SB 398 - White - Authorizes, prosecuting attorneys to divert criminal cases to a prosecution diversion programs
SB 418 - White - Modifies provisions relating to trust decanting
SB 422 - White - Modifies provisions regarding the assignment for benefit of creditors
SB 433 - Onder - Creates the offense of vehicle hijacking
SB 434 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to the Inmate Canteen Fund
SB 436 - Hoskins - Defines the term "fugitive from justice", which is used in various criminal offenses involving weapons and concealed carry permits
SB 451 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to prisoner complaints against a psychologist's license
SB 459 - Nasheed - Creates the offense of vehicle hijacking
SB 462 - Arthur - Provides a procedure by which a defendant may be found to be not eligible for the death penalty due to serious mental illness
SB 479 - Onder - Modifies various provisions relating to criminal offenses
SB 488 - Rizzo - Provides that exonerated felons may be paid restitution
SB 494 - Emery - Establishes provisions relating to asset forfeiture
SB 508 - Hough - Modifies access to criminal history records by law enforcement agencies
SB 518 - Curls - Modifies the compensation for a juror serving in Jackson County
SJR 2 - Emery - Requires the Senate, beginning January 1, 2021, to try all impeachments and modifies what constitutes grounds for impeachment
HRB 1 - Shaul - Repeals expired, ineffective, and obsolete statutory provisions
HB 67 - Plocher - Modifies provisions relating to court procedures
HB 70 - Dinkins - Prohibits two-way telecommunications devices and their component parts in correctional centers and jails
HB 80 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to probation
HB 113 - Smith - Modifies provisions relating to public safety
HB 114 - Pietzman - Requires certain sexual offenders to be electronically monitored while relocating to a different county
HB 124 - DeGroot - Allows the circuit court in St. Louis City to collect a civil case filing fee of an amount not to exceed $20, rather than $15, for certain uses including the law library
HB 303 - Hansen - Changes the laws regarding prison canteen funds
HB 324 - Henderson - Creates the offense of unlawful use of unmanned aircraft near a correctional center
HB 341 - Hicks - Allows certain marijuana-related offenses and violations to be expunged if the offenses or violations occurred in Missouri prior to the issuance of a patient identification card
HB 352 - Hannegan - Authorizes the early parole of certain offenders over the age of sixty-five
HB 441 - Fitzwater - Modifies provisions relating to prisoner complaints made against a psychologist license
HB 523 - Roden - Modifies provisions relating to the No-Call list
HB 700 - Rehder - Modifies provisions relating to grandparent visitation
HB 728 - Billington - Modifies provisions relating to the party in interest in civil actions involving religious freedom and separation of church and state
HB 730 - Richey - Provides that if a person placed on electronic monitoring is found not guilty or exonerated of an offense, he or she shall be reimbursed for the costs associated with electronic monitoring
HB 745 - Ruth - Requires a court to notify a school of any change in custody
HB 746 - Wilson - Modifies provisions relating to charges for the service of court orders
HB 769 - Ross - Repeals the requirement for the Attorney General to reside in Jefferson City
HB 868 - Mitten - Removes a provision regarding the preparing of a plan by the Director of the State Public Defender System to establish district offices
HB 966 - Gregory - Creates the offense of vehicle hijacking
HB 1151 - Evans - Modifies provisions relating to the registration of certain sexual offenders