- Courts - Evidence of Sexually Assaultive Behavior - Admissibility (The Repeat Sexual Predator Prevention Act of 2017)
- Sponsored by
- The Speaker (By Request - Administration) and Delegates Adams, Afzali, Anderton, Arentz, Aumann, Beitzel, Buckel, Carozza, Cassilly, Ciliberti, Clark, Cluster, Flanagan, Folden, Ghrist, Grammer, Hornberger, S. Howard, Jacobs, Kipke, Kittleman, Krebs, Long, Malone, Mautz, McComas, McConkey, McKay, McMillan, Metzgar, Miele, Morgan, Otto, Parrott, Reilly, Rey, Rose, Saab, Shoemaker, Simonaire, Szeliga, Vogt, West, B. Wilson, and Wivell
- In the House - Hearing 2/21 at 1:00 p.m.
- Fiscal and Policy Note
Providing that, in a prosecution for specified sexual offenses, evidence of other sexually assaultive behavior by the defendant occurring before or after the offense for which the defendant is on trial may be admissible; requiring the State to file a motion to introduce evidence of sexually assaultive behavior at a specified time; requiring a motion to introduce evidence of sexually assaultive behavior to include specified information; requiring the State to provide a copy of the motion to the defendant; etc.
Bill File Type: Regular
Effective Date(s): July 1, 2017
By Request of the Governor
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