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  • HB 18 Conservators of the peace; office of Insp. Gen. of Dept. of Transp.
  • HB 37 Witnesses; treatment plan of practitioner admissible.
  • HB 38 Terrorism; criteria for requesting wiretaps, threats of bodily injury.
  • HB 41 Agencies requesting wiretaps.
  • HB 51 Magistrates, special; deletes obsolete references.
  • HB 68 Felony cases; appeal by the Commonwealth.
  • HB 69 Arrest in lieu of service of summons in minor misdemeanor case.
  • HB 224 Death penalty; abolished for certain offenses.
  • HB 242 Public defender's office in Norfolk City.
  • HB 258 Incorrect defendant named in civil cases.
  • HB 292 Criminal cases; authority to defer and dismiss.
  • HB 308 Crime code references.
  • HB 312 Confidentiality of pretrial records.
  • HB 355 Property forfeitures in drug cases.
  • HB 365 Offenses committed on boundary of localities.
  • HB 370 Sealing of grand jury indictment.
  • HB 403 Private security services; registration requirements.
  • HB 405 Criminal history record information; Compeer.
  • HB 435 Criminal records checks; private school employees.
  • HB 452 Sex Offender Registry.
  • HB 453 Comprehensive Terrorism Act; penalties.
  • HB 454 Orders for facial recognition technology.
  • HB 457 Subpoenas; production of information stored in electronic format.
  • HB 508 Eligibility for crime prevention specialists.
  • HB 509 Competency of court-appointed counsel.
  • HB 511 Private security services; qualifications.
  • HB 549 Death penalty; moratorium on executions.
  • HB 594 Compensation of court-appointed counsel.
  • HB 595 Unrestorable incompetent defendants.
  • HB 658 Criminal background check; substance abuse treatment professionals.
  • HB 703 Conclusions of treating physician shall be admissible as evidence.
  • HB 724 Confidentiality of pretrial and community-based probation records.
  • HB 768 Substance abuse screening for designated felony conviction.
  • HB 788 Deferred disposition; costs.
  • HB 815 Ex parte motions in death penalty cases.
  • HB 892 Saliva or tissue sample required for DNA analysis.
  • HB 893 Capital murder of a law-enforcement officer; penalty.
  • HB 954 Inmates as witnesses.
  • HB 957 Death sentence upon mentally retarded defendants prohibited.
  • HB 959 Petition for writ of actual innocence.
  • HB 1032 Criminal history record information; access by VASAP.
  • HB 1043 Criminal history records information; foster care.
  • HB 1053 Police training on sensitivity to cultural diversity.
  • HB 1068 Criminal history record information; youth mentoring programs.
  • HB 1094 Arlington County; applicant preemployment information.
  • HB 1117 Sex offender registration; penalty.
  • HB 1120 Terrorism.
  • HB 1165 Criminal procedure; indictment.
  • HB 1219 Conservators of the peace; use of special registry.
  • HB 1225 Regulation of bail recovery agents aka bounty hunters.
  • HB 1230 DNA testing.
  • HB 1283 Disclosure of prehospital patient care reports for victims of crime.
  • HB 1287 High constable; execution of writ.
  • HB 1343 Regional criminal justice training academies.
  • HB 1345 Fingerprinting and criminal records checks; private schools.
  • HB 1347 Magistrates; to provide bonding information to public.
  • HJ 32 Study; magistrate system.
  • HJ 63 Study; bail bondsmen.
  • HJ 93 Study; bail bondsman.
  • HJ 137 Study; mistaken identity in criminal cases.