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HB 1382 Courthouse and courtroom security; assessment.
HB 1383 Central Criminal Records Exchange; criminal nonsupport.
HB 1384 Public defenders' offices.
HB 1399 Blood samples taken from DUI accuseds.
HB 1403 Prohibiting attempted purchase of tobacco products by minors.
HB 1424 Payment of medical fees in certain criminal cases.
HB 1425 Civil remedies; suit for bad check.
HB 1434 Sex Offender Registry.
HB 1446 Debtor's Exemptions.
HB 1454 Embezzlement and larceny the same.
HB 1458 Wage garnishments.
HB 1477 Medical malpractice; former rate review board.
HB 1496 Criminal procedure; offenses committed on boundary of localities.
HB 1501 Definition of antique and curio firearms.
HB 1520 Juvenile and domestic relations court expanded jurisdiction.
HB 1527 Juvenile DUI and refusal.
HB 1533 Juvenile court; definition of family and household member.
HB 1559 Truancy court.
HB 1571 Criminal procedure; public defender office.
HB 1572 Juvenile criminal information; schools.
HB 1576 Fraudulent tax return; penalty.
HB 1594 Crimes; peeping.
HB 1599 Competency to stand trial.
HB 1615 Mechanics' liens; 120-day affidavit.
HB 1616 Civil remedies; consolidation of asbestos cases.
HB 1617 Hazing.
HB 1619 Fraudulent use of birth certificates.
HB 1683 Offense against two or more statutes or ordinances; double jeopardy.
HB 1688 Court-ordered custody and visitation arrangements.
HB 1694 Virginia Condominium and Property Owners' Association Acts; meetings.
HB 1702 Penalty for driving while intoxicated (DUI).
HB 1741 Abortion; conscience clause.
HB 1746 Virginia Real Estate Cooperative Act; taxation.
HB 1768 Blood, saliva or tissue sample for DNA analysis.
HB 1770 Medical malpractice action limitation; pvt. emerg. med. care attnds.
HB 1787 Forfeiture of recognizance bond.
HB 1806 Driving motor vehicle after ingesting illegal Schedule II drugs.
HB 1811 Deadly physical force.
HB 1819 Perfection of lien by general contractor; recordation and notice.
HB 1832 Code Adam alerts; Virginia Amber Alert Program.
HB 1836 Recording certificate of satisfaction.
HB 1840 Lost evidences of debt.
HB 1842 Retention of district court records.
HB 1845 Electronic filing of court documents.
HB 1846 Deeds of trusts or mortgages; settlement agent certifications.
HB 1856 Definition of a firearm.
HB 1864 Medical malpractice; independent contractors.
HB 1905 Bail bondsmen.
HB 1906 Medical malpractice; expert witnesses.
HB 1915 Jurisdiction of juvenile court; when divested.
HB 1919 Failure to file inventory.
HB 1920 Commissioners of accounts.
HB 1921 Fiduciary duties; probate tax.
HB 1922 Writs of actual innocence.
HB 1923 Death penalty; mental retardation.
HB 1928 Crimes; money laundering.
HB 1931 Electronic communications devices.
HB 1939 Va.Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; access to cable/TV facilities.
HB 1949 Commonwealth Transp. Commissioner condemnations; evidence of value.
HB 1951 Virginia Residential Landlord Tenant Act; application fees.
HB 1976 Uniform Disclaimer of Property Interests Act.
HB 1977 Incorporating powers of fiduciary into will or trust; estate.
HB 1978 Wills and decedents' estates; presumption of death.
HB 1981 Discovery of expert witness testimony.
HB 2008 Restitution to crime victims.
HB 2012 Notice of juvenile detention review hearing.
HB 2034 Virginia Property Owners' Association Act; amendment to declaration.
HB 2061 Identity theft.
HB 2089 Food and beverage tax and meals tax; embezzlement.
HB 2096 Commissioner of accounts; vouchers and statement of assets.
HB 2109 Fraudulent account entries.
HB 2127 Minor children and custody.
HB 2128 Custody, visitation, support; educational seminars.
HB 2175 Identity theft.
HB 2178 Civil procedure; disclosure of insurance liability limits.
HB 2179 Criminal sentencing commission;modifications;discretionary sentencing.
HB 2181 Possession of firearm while in possession of certain drugs.
HB 2184 Certain immunity for health care providers; man-made disasters.
HB 2213 Condominium Act; responsibility for insurance deductibles.
HB 2216 Condominium Act; authority to levy additional assessments.
HB 2220 Court reporters.
HB 2226 Supreme Court; distribution of reports.
HB 2231 Access to juvenile's court records.
HB 2232 Duties and responsibilities of local pretrial services officers.
HB 2273 Legal services to attorneys for the Commonwealth.
HB 2274 Trial of juveniles as adults.
HB 2275 First domestic assault; deferral and probation.
HB 2276 Nondisclosure of protective orders.
HB 2282 Child protection act; mandatory counseling; detention.
HB 2290 Computer crimes; enhanced penalties; forfeiture; etc.
HB 2294 Remote access to land records.
HB 2303 Marital agreements.
HB 2305 Name change; preventing identity theft.
HB 2324 Drivers' license suspension; underage drinking and driving.
HB 2335 Va. Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; terms of rental agreements.
HB 2336 Attorney General.
HB 2340 Va. Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; definition of prepaid rent.
HB 2341 Va.Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; confidentiality of records.
HB 2342 Va.Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; acceptance; rent reservations.
HB 2343 Writs of possession; unlawful detainer.
HB 2344 Va. Res. Landlord and Tenant Act; bonds; lieu of security deposits.
HB 2379 Crime victim rights.
HB 2386 Child support; enforceability of agreements on future modifications.
HB 2390 Drug Offender Assessment Fund.
HB 2405 Child support enforcement; lien on injury & wrongful death awards.
HB 2430 Nomenclature correction.
HB 2431 DNA samples.
HB 2432 DNA of juvenile felons.
HB 2440 Violation of court order regarding custody and visitation; penalty.
HB 2444 Fees; services of judges/clerks; civil cases in juvenile court.
HB 2445 Sexually violent predators.
HB 2447 Abandoned babies; affirmative defense to prosecution.
HB 2454 Virginia Tax Amnesty Program.
HB 2457 Child Pornography Images Registry; child pornography; penalties.
HB 2458 Modification of sentencing guidelines for cocaine.
HB 2461 Criminal procedure; collection of delinquent fines, costs, etc.
HB 2462 Unclaimed property; demutualization proceeds.
HB 2497 VA. Residential Landlord and Tenant Act; security deposit & interest.
HB 2498 VA. Residential Landlord & Tenant Act; definition; rental application.
HB 2500 Sealing of probation reports.
HB 2506 Orders for facial recognition technology.
HB 2510 Destruction of misdemeanor arrest warrants, summonses and capiases.
HB 2514 Disposition of the unrestorably incompetent defendant.
HB 2516 Wills and decedents' estates; administrator.
HB 2518 Court services units; personnel.
HB 2536 Enforcement of requirements for tobacco product manufacturers; penalty
HB 2541 Criminal justice record information and crime code references.
HB 2545 Child custody evaluations.
HB 2578 Waiver of presentence reports.
HB 2612 Killing a conservation officer; penalty.
HB 2615 Sale of drugs on or near certain properties; penalty.
HB 2616 Sale of certain product prohibited.
HB 2624 General district court pleadings; limited liability companies.
HB 2634 Condo unit owners' assoc.; electronic voting; notice transmissions.
HB 2648 Limited access to safe-deposit box; powers of attorney.
HB 2649 Obstructing justice by giving false information to police.
HB 2653 Property; penalty for failure to properly release a deed of trust.
HB 2661 DNA samples for violent crime arrests.
HB 2680 Reports of certain acts by school authorities.
HB 2691 Arrest for drunk driving
HB 2719 Buckingham Correctional Center.
HB 2740 Garnished wages protected by homestead exemption.
HB 2741 Personal injury claims; Commonwealth's lien.
HB 2763 Firearms on school property and locked vehicle trunks.
HB 2764 Fees for driving under the influence conviction.
HB 2793 Covenant marriage.
HB 2798 Concealed handguns.
HB 2809 Mental health; power of conservator.
HB 2826 Resisting arrest.
HJ 929 Procedural resolution; budget conference.
SB 694 Amber Alert.
SB 698 Transfer of firearms; criminal records check.
SB 701 Sexual crimes.
SB 703 Possession of weapons on school property.
SB 705 Writ of actual innocence based on previously unknown evidence.
SB 707 Central Criminal Records Exchange; reports by law-enforcement.
SB 709 Death penalty; moratorium on executions.
SB 714 Circuit court clerks; recordation of documents.
SB 732 General district court pleadings; limited liability companies.
SB 733 Criminal sentencing; record of prior convictions.
SB 734 Felonies and misdemeanors; penalties.
SB 740 Fees collected by circuit court clerks; information technology fee.
SB 741 Fees collected by clerks of circuit courts.
SB 745 Mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect.
SB 770 Civil remedies; use of depositions.
SB 771 Concealed handgun permits.
SB 776 Conveyance of Tidewater Correctional Unit 22 building and property.
SB 780 Assessments for courthouse construction, etc., and law libraries.
SB 788 Incarcerated felon divorce; guardian ad litem.
SB 797 Embezzlement by public official; penalty.
SB 810 Grand jury records.
SB 811 Special grand jury.
SB 815 General receivers; use of social security numbers, etc. on affidavits.
SB 816 License suspension.
SB 817 Grand jurors.
SB 818 Destruction of will files.
SB 819 Court fees and costs.
SB 821 Rules of the Supreme Court; preservation by clerks of court.
SB 824 Statute of limitations; death of defendant.
SB 825 Appointment of lawyers in juvenile court.
SB 826 Family abuse.
SB 834 Violation of protective orders.
SB 839 Divorce decrees.
SB 841 Lien for ambulance service.
SB 846 Bigamy
SB 856 Rules of court.
SB 864 Hazing.
SB 865 Punitive damages for driving while intoxicated.
SB 866 Marital agreements.
SB 884 Property conveyance.
SB 893 Protective orders when warrant issued for perpetrator.
SB 894 Deferral and dismissal; community-based corrections program.
SB 897 Hospital and health care worker immunity; smallpox vaccine.
SB 898 Diversion of property from open-space land use.
SB 939 Possession of firearms.
SB 956 Sales of cigarettes; penalties.
SB 970 Court interpreters.
SB 971 Court system; designation of circuit judge to sit in district court.
SB 972 Blood samples taken from DUI accuseds.
SB 979 Identity theft.
SB 980 Powers of fiduciaries in will or trust; extending scope.
SB 983 Clerks' fees; what is taxed as costs.
SB 984 Lawyers Helping Lawyers; civil immunity.
SB 985 Anonymous plaintiff.
SB 986 Jury interrogatories.
SB 988 Prepayable fines for traffic infractions.
SB 991 Juvenile and domestic relations court expanded jurisdiction.
SB 992 Subpoena duces tecum; financial institutions; credit card companies.
SB 995 Eminent domain; copy of title report.
SB 998 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority.
SB 999 Negotiable instruments; return of paid instruments.
SB 1002 Reports/records by Chief Medical Examiner admissible; civil/criminal.
SB 1003 Victims' rights.
SB 1005 Juvenile fingerprints.
SB 1007 Recodification of Title 25; eminent domain; condemnation.
SB 1011 Mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect.
SB 1012 Department of Human Resource Management; criminal background checks.
SB 1017 Representation of state agencies.
SB 1019 Driving while intoxicated; penalty.
SB 1023 Legal services to attorneys for the Commonwealth.
SB 1028 Attorney General.
SB 1031 Sentencing proceeding by jury after conviction.
SB 1043 Child protective services; investigation procedures.
SB 1057 Affirmative defense to prosecution for abuse and neglect; infant.
SB 1058 Licenses; identification cards; fraudulent representation; penalty.
SB 1060 Child protection act; mandatory counseling; detention.
SB 1062 Criminal history record information; restrictions on access.
SB 1065 Expungement of criminal records.
SB 1069 Sheriffs; courthouse security.
SB 1071 Sale of drugs on or near certain properties; penalty.
SB 1077 Juvenile criminal records.
SB 1078 Confidentiality of Department of Juvenile Justice records.
SB 1097 Parent Education; custody, visitation, and support cases.
SB 1098 Mental health courts; pilot program.
SB 1118 Felony for nonsupport; penalty
SB 1119 Involuntary detention and commitment.
SB 1129 Court fees and costs.
SB 1134 Commonwealth's right to appeal.
SB 1135 Crimes; money laundering.
SB 1136 Disobeying a lane direction control signal; penalties.
SB 1138 Larceny; penalties.
SB 1139 Computer crimes; enhanced penalties; forfeiture.
SB 1140 Stun weapons or tasers.
SB 1141 Death penalty; mental retardation.
SB 1142 Concealed handgun permits.
SB 1143 Final judgments in circuit court; when modifiable and appealable.
SB 1144 Criminal intelligence.
SB 1145 Virginia State Crime Commission.
SB 1147 Juvenile and domestic relations district court judges; fees.
SB 1148 Predispositional detention.
SB 1149 Sexually violent predators.
SB 1151 Protection of infants.
SB 1153 Child Pornography Images Registry.
SB 1154 Motor vehicle insurance; exclusion of named persons.
SB 1155 Hate crimes; penalty.
SB 1158 Department of Motor Vehicles' officers.
SB 1160 Disposition of the unrestorably incompetent defendant.
SB 1162 Crime victim rights.
SB 1164 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry.
SB 1165 Driver's licenses.
SB 1180 Property conveyance; National Guard Armory.
SB 1184 Limiting awards for medical malpractice for emergency assistance.
SB 1187 Fees of public notaries.
SB 1192 Child support guidelines.
SB 1204 Code Adam alerts; Virginia Amber Alert Program.
SB 1205 Partial birth infanticide.
SB 1209 Medical fees in certain criminal cases to be taxed as costs.
SB 1210 Crimes; peeping.
SB 1219 Recordation of plats.
SB 1232 Local judicial nominations committees.
SB 1233 Crimes; damage to business reputation, etc.
SB 1234 False reports to law-enforcement officials.
SB 1238 To whom administration of will may be granted.
SB 1239 Death penalty; mental retardation.
SB 1240 Special conservators of the peace.
SB 1241 Death penalty; mental retardation.
SB 1243 Class and beneficiaries; when determined.
SB 1246 Support payments to Department of Juvenile Justice.
SB 1251 Fee for failure to appear.
SB 1258 Fees for driving under the influence conviction.
SB 1269 Amber Alert.
SB 1274 Easements; definition of enjoyment.
SB 1277 Courthouse construction.
SB 1280 Persons who may perform marriage rites.
SB 1281 Appointment of court reporters.
SB 1288 In camera interviews in child custody or visitation hearings.
SB 1298 Parental rights.
SB 1299 School security officers
SB 1302 DUI; restricted license.
SB 1305 Conveyance of easement.
SB 1310 Circuit court clerks; filing of documents.
SB 1311 Special police officers.
SB 1312 Child support.
SB 1313 Child support.
SB 1314 Child support.
SB 1326 Judicial authorization of treatment and detention.
SB 1332 Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry.
SB 1335 Punitive damages paid to Commonwealth.
SB 1336 Resisting arrest.
SB 1338 Mental examination report
SB 1339 Child custody or visitation and best interests of the child.
SB 1345 Criminal justice training academies; fees.
SB 1354 Date and time stamp required to be affixed to recorded documents.
SR 26 Nominating a person to the Supreme Court of Virginia.
SR 27 Nominating a person to the Court of Appeals.
SR 28 Nominating persons to circuit court judgeships.
SR 29 Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships.
SR 30 Nominating persons to juvenile & domestic relations court judgeships.
SR 32 Nominating a person to be elected to the Supreme Court of Virginia.
SR 33 Nominating a person to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia.
SR 34 Nominating a person to be elected to the Court of Appeals of Virginia.
SR 35 Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships.
SR 36 Nominating persons to be elected to general district court judgeships.
SR 37 Nominating persons to be elected to judgeships.
SR 38 Nominating persons to be elected; Judicial Inquiry and Review Comm.
SR 47 Nominating judge for the juvenile and domestic relations court.