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House Bill 1234


House Bill 1234

ARCHIVE (2010)

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DIGEST OF HB 1234 (Updated March 5, 2010 2:36 pm - DI 106)


Criminal procedures and controlled substances. Requires a court to include as a condition of bail the requirement that a defendant charged with a violent crime that results in bodily injury to a person refrain from any direct or indirect contact with the victim for 10 days after release or until the initial hearing, whichever occurs first, if the defendant is released to bail without the court having held a bail hearing in open court. Prohibits certain persons from making certain determinations concerning the remains of a decedent if the decedent had filed a protection order against the person and the protection order currently is in effect. Provides that a pharmacist, pharmacy technician, or person authorized by a pharmacist to dispense a controlled substance may not dispense a controlled substance in a retail pharmacy to a person who is not personally known to the pharmacist, pharmacy technician, or person authorized by a pharmacist to dispense a controlled substance unless the person taking possession of the controlled substance provides documented proof of the person's identification to the pharmacist, pharmacy technician, or person authorized by a pharmacist to dispense a controlled substance. Provides that a court may require a person convicted of domestic battery to complete a certified batterer's intervention program. Provides that a court may require a person charged with domestic violence to wear a GPS tracking device as a condition of bail. Provides that 211 telephone services shall include assistance with parental stress issues. Specifies that: (1) records concerning communicable diseases may be disclosed; and (2) patient records that have been classified as confidential are not required to be made available for inspection after 75 years (as required for other confidential records). Sets parameters that a public agency must follow when creating exceptions for the disclosure of records. Provides an exception to the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing consent statute. Provides that if a victim of certain crimes requests that a defendant be tested for HIV, the defendant must be tested.
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