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Legislation reported out:
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HB 86 Release on bail after conviction.
HB 309 Forfeiture of driver's license for drug violations.
HB 346 Sexual offenses against prisoners.
HB 376 Obstruction of justice.
HB 421 Crimes committed in secure juvenile facilities.
HB 424 Assault and battery of a custodial employee of Dept. of Corrections.
HB 507 Fingerprinting in connection with business, etc., transactions.
HB 701 Magistrates; residence.
HB 712 Serious or Habitual Offender Comp. Action Program (SHOCAP).
HB 748 Unlawful e-mail.
HB 841 Prudent Investor Act; created.
HB 842 Principal and Income Act; created.
HB 1385 Possession of weapons on school property.
HB 1441 Courts of record; indexing by tax map reference.
HB 1444 Releases made by court; costs and attorneys fees.
HB 1446 Presentence investigations and reports.
HB 1452 Cover sheets on deeds.
HB 1462 Expulsion of students for firearms possession.
HB 1468 Admission into evidence of certain certificates of analysis.
HB 1489 School searches; immunity.
HB 1522 Limitations of actions by confined persons; exhaustion.
HB 1527 Serving notice of lien on financial institution.
HB 1548 Seizure of property used from illegal drug transactions.
HB 1565 Certain cases struck from dockets after certain period.
HB 1567 Accounting before commissioners of accounts.
HB 1581 Priority of security interests in motor vehicles.
HB 1583 Removal of action involving more than $3,000.
HB 1624 Number of circuit court judges.
HB 1628 Crimes; false reports of child abuse.
HB 1632 Condo. and Property Owners' Associations; access to books & records.
HB 1633 Guardians and wards.
HB 1637 Number of district and juvenile court judges
HB 1645 Opinions of the Attorney General.
HB 1663 Year 2000 assessments and documents
HB 1668 Misleading and unsolicited commercial electronic mail.
HB 1691 Penalty and bail for unlawful possession of firearms.
HB 1714 Virginia Computer Crimes Act; electronic mail.
HB 1732 Rape; forcible sodomy; object sexual penetration, etc.
HB 1745 Crimes; bodily injury caused by prisoner, probationer or parolee.
HB 1750 Attorney for the Commonwealth; full-time status.
HB 1751 DUI; analysis of breath test.
HB 1760 Child pornography and indecent liberties with children.
HB 1775 Civil commitment of sexually violent predators.
HB 1800 Eluding police.
HB 1801 Crimes; assault and battery against a family member.
HB 1812 DUI, additional alternative sanctions for habitual offenders.
HB 1819 Definition of marijuana.
HB 1831 Validity of signs forbidding trespass; penalty.
HB 1834 Courts of record; use of cover sheets.
HB 1865 Satisfaction of judgments in courts not of record.
HB 1867 Registration required of persons convicted of certain offenses.
HB 1874 Protective order in cases of stalking.
HB 1876 Personal representatives and trustees.
HB 1896 Use of term "imitation controlled substance"
HB 1899 Permissible venue.
HB 1902 Bailees' liens and mechanics' liens; amounts.
HB 1915 Code Commission; title revisions.
HB 1942 Local revenue collection procedures.
HB 1945 Funeral expenses.
HB 1946 Vouchers and statement of assets on hand.
HB 1996 Wills, estates and trusts; pour-over wills.
HB 1997 Tenants by the entireties.
HB 1998 Wills, estates and trusts.
HB 1999 Wills, estates and trusts.
HB 2000 Augmented estate; exclusions; valuation.
HB 2001 Duties of attorneys-in-fact and agents empowered under Section ll-9.1.
HB 2008 Definition of child in need of supervision.
HB 2012 Willfully discharging firearms in public places.
HB 2033 Definition of family abuse.
HB 2034 Intake; petition; investigation.
HB 2036 Appointment of general receivers; their duties, audit of funds.
HB 2039 Speed limit in Town of Vienna.
HB 2041 Concealed weapons.
HB 2043 Juvenile competency.
HB 2058 Closed-circuit TV testimony of child victims.
HB 2076 Salaries of substitute judges.
HB 2146 Fiduciaries.
HB 2158 Tort Claims Act; "Year 2000" immunity for constitutional officers.
HB 2159 Substance abuse screening of certain offenders.
HB 2170 Ignition interlock systems; penalty.
HB 2196 Fees collected by clerks of the circuit courts.
HB 2217 Hunting with firearms while under influence.
HB 2236 Encryption used in criminal activity; penalty.
HB 2254 Embezzlement of court-ordered child support.
HB 2296 Driving while intoxicated.
HB 2297 Notice of judicial vacancies.
HB 2315 Dissemination of criminal history record information.
HB 2332 Concealed handgun permits.
HB 2359 Extensions for filing appeals.
HB 2366 Not guilty by reason of insanity.
HB 2373 Extradition.
HB 2394 Child abuse and neglect; reporting.
HB 2407 Child support; shared custody.
HB 2412 Exemplary damages for persons injured by intoxicated drivers.
HB 2426 Drug-free school zones; school bus stops.
HB 2431 Place for bringing action under a contract related to construction.
HB 2445 Battery of a teacher, principal, guidance counselor, etc.
HB 2446 Battery of a sports official.
HB 2451 Enforcement of deeds of trust.
HB 2522 Local court rules.
HB 2534 Condominium Act; conveyance of units not yet completed.
HB 2552 Writs of possession in unlawful entry and detainer.
HB 2559 Injuring, etc., any property, monument, etc.
HB 2560 Release of liability; right of recision.
HB 2572 Criminal background checks.
HB 2582 Relation back to orig. pleading; confusion in trade name.
HB 2590 Permanent easement in James River.
HB 2604 Time limitations for hearings involving juvenile.
HB 2611 Purchase or possession of tobacco products by minors.
HB 2658 Child support.
HB 2683 Homestead exemptions; retirement benefit exemptions, etc.
HB 2699 Condominium and Property Owners' Assn. Acts; resale certificate.
HB 2753 Jury commissioners.
SB 187 Jury selection.
SB 370 Exclusion of victims of crime.
SB 412 Attorney-issued summonses and subpoenas.
SB 444 Felony fees.
SB 711 Traffic cases; discharge and dismissal.
SB 730 Courts of record; indexing by tax map reference.
SB 736 Property exchange in Pedlar Hills.
SB 748 Law libraries in Northern Virginia.
SB 752 Speed limit in residence district.
SB 759 Punishment upon conviction of certain criminal sexual acts.
SB 760 Sex offender registration.
SB 762 Gang activity.
SB 771 Unlawful possession of firearms on school property.
SB 802 Illegal gambling; promoting gambling aboard ships; penalty.
SB 809 Eluding police.
SB 813 Discharging firearms or missiles within or at building.
SB 815 Felony homicide.
SB 820 Criminal procedure; bail.
SB 835 Crimes; bodily injury caused by prisoner, probationer or parolee.
SB 838 Obstruction of justice.
SB 839 Offenses prohibiting proximity to children.
SB 841 DUI, additional alternative sanctions for habitual offenders.
SB 845 Civil commitment of sexually violent predators.
SB 848 Assault and battery against a family or household member.
SB 849 Money Laundering Act; seizure and business license forfeiture.
SB 850 Crimes; bulk transfer of currency.
SB 851 Cruelty to animals.
SB 852 Disarming a law-enforcement or correctional officer.
SB 853 Violent felony offenses.
SB 874 Sex Offender Registry.
SB 875 Obstruction of justice.
SB 880 Drug distribution convictions.
SB 881 Computer Crimes Act; electronic mail.
SB 884 Child pornography and indecent liberties with children.
SB 885 Juvenile delinquents; gangs.
SB 886 Juvenile delinquents; restitution.
SB 887 Crimes; mob defined.
SB 899 Public service corporations and electric authorities; eminent domain.
SB 902 Self-service storage facilities; liens.
SB 903 Issuance of process for arrest of a person for capital murder.
SB 905 Preparation of discretionary sentencing guidelines.
SB 913 Assault and battery.
SB 915 Defacing monuments or memorials.
SB 916 Exclusion of witnesses.
SB 920 Personal jurisdiction for transmissions over computer network.
SB 922 Peeping or spying.
SB 924 Driving under the influence.
SB 925 Crimes; contempt.
SB 927 Criminal Sentencing Commission.
SB 941 Civil remedies; service by publication.
SB 947 Concealed weapons.
SB 952 Assessment for courthouse construction, etc., law libraries.
SB 953 Disclosure of information regarding employee or former employee.
SB 966 Juvenile offenses.
SB 967 Exemptions from jury service.
SB 976 Not guilty by reason of insanity.
SB 978 Sentencing in misdemeanor appeals.
SB 981 Apportionment of funds for secure detention; standards.
SB 983 Liability in connection with Year 2000 date.
SB 988 Presentence investigations and reports.
SB 990 Custody and visitation.
SB 996 Civil actions for felons sued by a crime victim.
SB 1011 Crime victims.
SB 1014 Child custody; entrustments, termination of parental rights.
SB 1020 Disclosure of information regarding employee or former employee.
SB 1030 Guardianship and conservatorship.
SB 1032 Commonwealth's costs of construction of detention homes.
SB 1039 Juvenile competency.
SB 1052 Fraudulently acquiring a confidential record.
SB 1069 Assault and battery against household member.
SB 1072 Motor vehicle offenses.
SB 1077 Substance abuse screening of certain offenders.
SB 1084 Custody and visitation; best interests of child.
SB 1085 Child support; shared custody.
SB 1092 Effect of entry of support order in garnishment proceedings.
SB 1148 Homestead exemptions; retirement benefit exemptions, etc.
SB 1159 Payment of medical fees; criminal cases.
SB 1166 Assault and battery against a family member.
SB 1170 Criminal history record information; Internet accessible.
SB 1178 Experimental family courts.
SB 1181 Claims of medical malpractice.
SB 1185 Managed care health insurance plans.
SB 1216 Release of information on juvenile criminal charges.
SB 1220 Personal representatives and trustees.
SB 1228 Habitual offender restricted driving privilege.
SB 1230 Medical malpractice limit.
SB 1280 Health; dissemination of information on birth defects.
SB 1313 Underage purchase or possession of tobacco or alcohol.
SB 1323 Landlord and tenant; escrow of rent for continuance.
SB 1328 Altering or damaging a properly functioning smoke detector.
SB 1329 Child restraint devices; immunity.