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House Bill 1306


House Bill 1306

ARCHIVE (2000)

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DIGEST OF INTRODUCED BILL


Expungement of juvenile records. Prohibits a person who is less than 23 years of age from petitioning a court for the expungement of juvenile records relating to the person's involvement in delinquency proceedings. Makes a person ineligible to petition for the expungement of juvenile records relating to the person's involvement in delinquency proceedings if the person, after becoming 18 years of age, has committed a felony, a Class A or Class B misdemeanor, or two Class C misdemeanors. Provides that if a criminal charge is pending against a person and the person, if convicted of the criminal charge, would be ineligible to petition for the expungement of juvenile records, the court is required to stay proceedings on the person's petition for the expungement of juvenile records until the criminal charge against the person is disposed of.
Current Status:
 In Committee - first House
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