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  • HB 52 Competency and sanity evaluations; location of evaluation.
  • HB 83 Feminine hygiene products; no cost to female prisoners or inmates.
  • HB 100 Method of execution; lethal injection drugs.
  • HB 107 Workers' compensation; disease presumptions, correctional officers.
  • HB 108 Correctional officers; survey upon resignation, etc., report.
  • HB 126 Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission; status of parole-eligible inmates, report.
  • HB 301 Correctional facilities, state, local, or regional; disclosure of health records.
  • HB 364 Execution of temporary detention orders; inmates in local correctional facilities.
  • HB 444 Parole Board; personal interviews of prisoners eligible for parole.
  • HB 795 Prisons; isolated confinement prohibited, exceptions.
  • HB 797 Electronic visitation; state correctional facilities.
  • HB 837 First Chance Trust Fund and First Chance Program; created, report.
  • HB 934 Prisoners; medical and mental health treatment of those incapable of giving consent.
  • HB 1133 Prisoners; medical and mental health treatment of those incapable of giving consent.
  • HB 1193 Persons acquitted by reason of insanity; commitment, sentencing.
  • HB 1238 Timeliness of indictments; discharge from jail.
  • HB 1243 Parole Board; parole review, sentencing guidelines.
  • HB 1314 Parole; exception to limitation on the application of parole statutes.
  • HB 1401 Naloxone; administration by correctional and probation officers.
  • HB 1418 Correctional Officer Procedural Guarantee Act; created.
  • HB 1487 Correctional facilities, local and regional; standards for mental health services.
  • HB 1515 Jails; ascertaining citizenship of person taken into custody.
  • HJ 107 Prisoner educational and vocational training programs; JLARC to study.
  • SB 36 Weekend jail time; replaces provision limiting nonconsecutive days.
  • SB 93 Parole, eligibility for; at liberty between offenses.
  • SB 96 Juvenile offenders; Juvenile sentencing factors, geriatric release of juvenile offenders.
  • SB 239 Juvenile offenders; eligibility for parole.
  • SB 296 Prisoners; medical and mental health treatment of those incapable of giving consent.
  • SB 342 Jails, local; compensation for costs of incarceration.
  • SB 801 State correctional facilities; DOC, et al., to d study patient-centered behavioral health services.
  • SB 827 Courthouse and courtroom security; increases assessment to fund security.
  • SB 994 Restitution; probation.