HB18-1066

HB18-1066 - Clarify Sexually Exploitative Material Discovery

Passed/Signed into Law
Concerning clarifying that the law enforcement and defense counsel exemption for sexual exploitation of a child crime does not change the discovery procedures for sexually exploitative material.

Last session, Senate Bill 17-115 expanded the group of people who, if they possessed sexually exploitative material in the performance of their duties, could not commit sexual exploitation of a child to all law enforcement personnel and defense counsel personnel. The bill clarifies that the sexual exploitation of a child statute does not change the discovery procedure for sexually exploitative materials and that the defendant and defense counsel personnel are not allowed to receive copies of the materials.

(Note: This summary applies to the reengrossed version of this bill as introduced in the second house.)

 

House Committees

Senate Committees

Latest update: March 22, 2018
03/22/2018 - Governor Signed
03/19/2018 - Sent to the Governor
03/19/2018 - Signed by the President of the Senate
03/19/2018 - Signed by the Speaker of the House
03/13/2018 - Senate Third Reading Passed - No Amendments
03/12/2018 - Senate Second Reading Passed - No Amendments
03/07/2018 - Senate Committee on Judiciary Refer Unamended - Consent Calendar to Senate Committee of the Whole
02/12/2018 - Introduced In Senate - Assigned to Judiciary
02/08/2018 - House Third Reading Passed - No Amendments
02/07/2018 - House Third Reading Laid Over to 02/08/2018 - No Amendments
02/06/2018 - House Third Reading Laid Over to 02/07/2018 - No Amendments
02/05/2018 - House Second Reading Passed - No Amendments
02/02/2018 - House Second Reading Laid Over to 02/05/2018 - No Amendments
01/30/2018 - House Committee on Judiciary Refer Unamended to House Committee of the Whole
01/10/2018 - Introduced In House - Assigned to Judiciary