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Senate Bill 0448

Senate Bill 0448

ARCHIVE (2001)

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DIGEST OF SB 448 (Updated April 29, 2001 6:20 PM - DI 101)

Address confidentiality program. Establishes an address confidentiality program in the office of the attorney general. Makes the program available to individuals (including minors and incapacitated persons represented by a parent or guardian) who have obtained a protective order to protect them from domestic violence and wish to keep their addresses confidential from their abusers. Prescribes guidelines for the administration of the program. Provides that an address designated by the office of the attorney general serves as the individual's address for purposes of: (1) service of process; and (2) receipt of mail. Enables the individual to vote without making the individual's address available to the public. Requires the address of the individual who participates in the program to remain confidential except under certain circumstances. Specifies that an individual who provides false or incorrect information on a program application commits perjury. Requires the office of the attorney general to designate certain agencies that provide services to victims of domestic violence to assist an individual who applies to the program. Creates an address confidentiality fund to accept donations, grants or appropriations.
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