SB 1033
Modifies provisions relating to unlawful possession of firearms
LR Number:
Last Action:
1/25/2024 - Second Read and Referred S General Laws Committee
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Effective Date:
Emergency Clause

Current Bill Summary

SB 1033 - This act modifies provisions relating to unlawful possession of firearms.

ADULT AND CHILD PROTECTION ORDERS (Section 455.050 & 455.523)

This act provides that after a hearing for any full order of protection in which an order of protection is granted, the court shall also prohibit the respondent from knowingly possessing or purchasing any firearm while the order is in effect, inform the respondent either in writing or orally, and forward the order to the State Highway Patrol for enforcement.

RECORDS SENT TO STATE HIGHWAY PATROL (Sections 565.076 & 565.227)

This act provides that upon conviction for the offenses of domestic assault in the fourth degree and stalking in the second degree, the court shall forward the record of conviction to the State Highway Patrol. The State Highway Patrol shall update the respondent's record in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System and also notify the Federal Bureau of Investigation within 24 hours.


This act provides that a person commits the offense of unlawful possession of a firearm if the person knowingly possesses a firearm and has been convicted of a misdemeanor offense of domestic violence in Missouri or any other state or is subject to an order of protection that was issued after a hearing in which the person had actual notice and had the opportunity to participate in such hearing.

This act has an emergency clause.

This act is identical to SB 59 (2023) and SB 431 (2023) and to provisions in SB 305 (2023) and substantially similar to SB 894 (2022), HB 1655 (2022), SB 144 (2021), and HB 2131 (2020).



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