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Archive of Bills Referred



Bill No.
Bill Subtitle
Sponsor
Status
Thursday, March 31, 2011
BILL: HB1859
Sponsor: Slinkard
MAKING CERTAIN TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS TO TITLE 16.
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
BILL: SB783
Sponsor: J. Key
TO REQUIRE AN ADMINISTRATIVE SUSPENSION OF A PERSON'S DRIVER'S LICENSE IF HE OR SHE IS ARRESTED FOR OR CONVICTED OF NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE RESULTING FROM DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED.
BILL: HB1419
Sponsor: Patterson
REGARDING THE TIME PERIOD AFTER WHICH A PERSON MAY FILE FOR EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY.
BILL: SB707
Sponsor: B. Pritchard
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENTS OF PERSONS ADDICTED TO ALCOHOL AND DRUGS.
BILL: HB2096
Sponsor: Williams
REGARDING THE SALARIES OF PERSONNEL AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS OF VARIOUS DISTRICT COURTS.
BILL: HB2198
Sponsor: T. Steele
TO REQUIRE A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER TO COMPLETE CONTINUING EDUCATION AND TRAINING RELATING TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES IN A LAW ENFORCEMENT CONTEXT.
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
BILL: HB1869
Sponsor: Powers
TO CREATE STATE DISTRICT COURTS.
TO AMEND THE MEDICAID FRAUD FALSE CLAIMS ACT; TO ENCOURAGE AND ASSIST THE RECOVERY OF MONEYS FRAUDULENTLY RECEIVED FROM THE STATE MEDICAID PROGRAM; TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB327
Sponsor: P. Malone
AN ACT TO INCREASE THE PENALTY FOR EXPOSING A CHILD TO PORTRAYALS OF LIVE OR RECORDED SEX ACTS.
Monday, March 28, 2011
BILL: SB685
Sponsor: Burnett
TO AMEND THE STATUTE REGARDING INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS FOR FINES.
BILL: SB390
Sponsor: Laverty
REGARDING A MENTAL HEALTH EXAMINATION OF A DEFENDANT.
BILL: SB247
Sponsor: Madison
AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 5 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE OF 1987 CONCERNING CRIMINAL OFFENSES.
Thursday, March 24, 2011
BILL: SB679
Sponsor: Luker
TO ALLOW A DISTRICT COURT TO ADMINISTER A DRUG COURT PROGRAM, PRESIDE OVER A PROBATION SUPERVISION PROGRAM, OR PRESIDE OVER A PAROLE SUPERVISION PROGRAM IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
BILL: SB690
Sponsor: B. Sample
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING FEES FOR THE SALE OF PROPERTY UNDER JUDICIAL DECREE.
BILL: SB863
Sponsor: S. Harrelson
TO INCREASE THE PENALTY FOR ABUSE OF A CORPSE.
BILL: SB806
Sponsor: Elliott
TO BE TITLED THE ARKANSAS RESTORATIVE JUSTICE RESPONSIBILITY ACT.
BILL: SB389
Sponsor: Laverty
REGARDING THE RELEASE OF AN ACQUITEE FOR MENTAL DISEASE OR DEFECT.
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
BILL: HB1888
Sponsor: Slinkard
TO REQUIRE NOTICE AND THE RECORDING OF A DEED FOR A DISTRIBUTEE TO COLLECT A SMALL ESTATE.
BILL: HB1606
Sponsor: Love
TO ALLOW ATTORNEYS' FEES IN CERTAIN ACTIONS.
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
BILL: SB887
Sponsor: D. Johnson
TO CREATE THE UNIFORM POWER OF ATTORNEY ACT.
BILL: SB762
Sponsor: Salmon
TO REDUCE THE COST OF PREPARING A CASE RECORD ON APPEAL.
Monday, March 21, 2011
BILL: SB1000
Sponsor: J. Key
TO AMEND THE LAWS REGARDING THE VIOLATION OF ORDERS OF PROTECTION.
BILL: SB745
Sponsor: M. Lamoureux
PROHIBITING THE CONCEALING OF A CORPSE IN AN OFFENSIVE MANNER.
BILL: SB703
Sponsor: R. Thompson
TO ADD AN ADDITIONAL DISTRICT COURT JUDGE IN CRAIGHEAD COUNTY.
BILL: SB422
Sponsor: Holland
TO CLARIFY THAT REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND AGENTS MAY TESTIFY IN JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS.
BILL: SB410
Sponsor: J. Dismang
TO AMEND THE CRITERIA FOR AN AFFIDAVIT AS TO CORRECTNESS OF ACCOUNT.
BILL: SB329
Sponsor: P. Malone
AN ACT TO INCLUDE SCHOOL PRINCIPALS, ATHLETIC COACHES, AND COUNSELORS AMONG PERSONS WHO ARE GUILTY OF SEXUAL ASSAULT IN THE SECOND DEGREE FOR SEXUAL CONTACT WITH A STUDENT LESS THAN TWENTY-ONE (21) YEARS OF AGE.
BILL: HB1631
Sponsor: Stewart
REGARDING THE POSSESSION OF HANDGUNS.
Thursday, March 17, 2011
BILL: SB855
Sponsor: Rapert
TO ALLOW AN AUXILIARY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER APPOINTED AS A RESERVE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER TO ADMINISTER BLOOD ALCOHOL TESTS AND TO OPERATE A DEVICE TO DETECT EXCESSIVE SPEEDING.
BILL: SB736
Sponsor: B. Pritchard
TO ESTABLISH CRIMINAL PENALTIES FOR THE POSSESSION OF LESS THAN FOUR OUNCES OF A SCHEDULE VI CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.
BILL: SB707
Sponsor: B. Pritchard
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING INVOLUNTARY COMMITMENTS OF PERSONS ADDICTED TO ALCOHOL AND DRUGS.
TO ESTABLISH THE CRIME OF CYBERBULLYING.
BILL: HB2029
Sponsor: Perry
TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING ACCESS TO INFORMATION HELD BY THE ARKANSAS CRIME INFORMATION CENTER.
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
BILL: SB318
Sponsor: P. Malone
AN ACT TO CREATE CRIMINAL PENALTIES FOR DISCLOSURE OF RECORDS OF A CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY CENTER.
BILL: SB810
Sponsor: J. Key
CONCERNING THE REGISTRATION OF SEX OFFENDERS; TO REQUIRE REGISTRATION PAYMENTS TO BE MADE.
BILL: SB517
Sponsor: Madison
TO MAKE VARIOUS CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 16 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE OF 1987 CONCERNING THE COURTS.
BILL: SB320
Sponsor: P. Malone
AN ACT TO EXTEND THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS ON SEXUAL OFFENSES.
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
TO INCREASE THE SERVICE CHARGE FOR COLLECTING A HOT CHECK.
BILL: HB1869
Sponsor: Powers
TO CREATE STATE DISTRICT COURTS.
Monday, March 14, 2011
BILL: SB628
Sponsor: Madison
TO MAKE VARIOUS CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 9 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING FAMILY LAW.
BILL: SB254
Sponsor: Madison
TO MAKE VARIOUS CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 12 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE OF 1987 CONCERNING LAW ENFORCEMENT AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT.
BILL: SB245
Sponsor: Madison
TO MAKE VARIOUS CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 10 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE OF 1987 CONCERNING THE ARKANSAS STATE CLAIMS COMMISSION.
BILL: SB166
Sponsor: Luker
REGARDING THE SERVICE OF SUBPOENAS UNDER THE ARKANSAS ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT.
Thursday, March 10, 2011
BILL: SB750
Sponsor: Luker
TO IMPROVE PUBLIC SAFETY AND SLOW CORRECTIONS GROWTH.
BILL: SB733
Sponsor: Madison
TO AMEND THE CHILD MALTREATMENT ACT.
BILL: SB666
Sponsor: S. Harrelson
CONCERNING FEES COLLECTED FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE ARKANSAS HOT CHECK LAW.
BILL: SB637
Sponsor: Files
REGARDING THE FORFEITURE OF CONVEYANCES AND THE RESTITUTION TO VICTIMS OF CERTAIN CRIMES.
BILL: SB636
Sponsor: Files
TO CLARIFY THE CIVIL JURISDICTION, PENALTIES, AND SCOPE OF THE REAL ESTATE LICENSE LAW AND TO MAKE TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS.
BILL: SB626
Sponsor: Madison
CONCERNING PROVISIONS RELATED TO THE JUVENILE CODE.
BILL: SB512
Sponsor: D. Johnson
TO ALLOW FOR THE ISSUANCE OF A NO CONTACT ORDER BY A COURT IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
Monday, March 7, 2011
BILL: HB2221
Sponsor: Perry
TO PROTECT CONSUMERS FOLLOWING A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT; TO REGULATE THE RELEASE AND USE OF MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT REPORTS AND CONSUMER INFORMATION.
BILL: HB2227
Sponsor: Powers
TO PROVIDE THAT VICTIM/WITNESS COORDINATORS ARE STATE EMPLOYEES.
BILL: HB2225
Sponsor: Steel
REGARDING FIRST-TIME OFFENDER PROBATIONERS.
BILL: HB2207
Sponsor: Wright
AN ACT REGARDING THE FUNDING OF PUBLIC DEFENDERS.
BILL: HB2198
Sponsor: T. Steele
TO REQUIRE A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER TO COMPLETE CONTINUING EDUCATION AND TRAINING RELATING TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES IN A LAW ENFORCEMENT CONTEXT.
BILL: HB2197
Sponsor: Garner
TO ENHANCE THE ABILITY OF LAW ENFORCEMENT TO KEEP OUR COMMUNITIES SAFE BY DEFINING THE RIGHTS OF PAROLEES.
BILL: HB2194
Sponsor: Walker
TO REQUIRE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO COMPILE AND DISCLOSE CERTAIN STATISTICS.
BILL: HB2191
Sponsor: E. Elliott
TO REQUIRE CERTAIN CRIMINAL SENTENCES FOR YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS EIGHTEEN YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER BUT YOUNGER THAN TWENTY-ONE YEARS OF AGE.
BILL: HB2189
Sponsor: Deffenbaugh
REGARDING THE TRANSFER OF A CASE TO CIRCUIT COURT WHEN THE DEFENDANT IS A JUVENILE.
BILL: HB2169
Sponsor: Mayberry
REGARDING THE COLLECTION OF THE FULL BAIL BOND PREMIUM AND TO AFFIRMATIVELY CLARIFY THAT THE FINANCING OF A BAIL BOND IS PROHIBITED.
BILL: HB2168
Sponsor: Mayberry
TO CLARIFY THAT A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES MAY ISSUE A CITATION FOR A CLASS A MISDEMEANOR IN LIEU OF TRANSPORTING THE PERSON TO JAIL FOR IDENTIFICATION.
BILL: HB2163
Sponsor: Hobbs
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING THE BURDEN OF PROOF REQUIRED TO CORROBORATE A DEFENDANT'S CONFESSION AND SUSTAIN A CONVICTION.
BILL: HB2146
Sponsor: Walker
REGARDING THE ILLEGAL DISBURSEMENT OF FUNDS BY A JUDGE AND REGARDING THE PROHIBITION AGAINST PAYMENTS TO A PUBLIC DEFENDER OR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.
BILL: HB2131
Sponsor: Woods
REGARDING POSTING SEX OFFENDER NOTIFICATIONS IN SCHOOLS.
BILL: HB2126
Sponsor: S. Malone
REGARDING IMMUNITY FROM TORT LIABILITY IN CASES INVOLVING OFF-ROAD MOTORCYCLES OR ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLES.
BILL: HB2124
Sponsor: T. Steele
TO REQUIRE A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER TO COMPLETE CONTINUING EDUCATION AND TRAINING RELATING TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES IN A LAW ENFORCEMENT CONTEXT.
BILL: HB2120
Sponsor: Hammer
REGARDING A PAWN BROKER OR PAWN SHOP PURCHASING PRECIOUS METALS.
BILL: HB2119
Sponsor: Hammer
REGARDING SCRAP METAL DEALERS AND SALES.
BILL: HB2118
Sponsor: Hammer
REGARDING THE THEFT OF UTILITY PROPERTY.
BILL: HB2098
Sponsor: King
TO AMEND THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING MARRIAGE.
BILL: HB2059
Sponsor: Patterson
TO AMEND THE LAWS GOVERNING UNCLAIMED PROPERTY.
TO REQUIRE A PLAINTIFF TO PAY THE DEFENDANT'S REASONABLE FEES AND COSTS IF THE COURT FINDS THE LAWSUIT TO BE FRIVOLOUS AND TO REQUIRE THE DEFENDANT TO ATTEMPT GOOD-FAITH SETTLEMENT PRIOR TO TRIAL.
BILL: HB2047
Sponsor: Carter
TO ABOLISH THE COMMON-LAW DOCTRINE OF NECESSARIES.
BILL: HB2044
Sponsor: E. Elliott
REGARDING THE REVOCATION OF A PERSON'S PAROLE UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.
BILL: HB2040
Sponsor: J. Roebuck
TO EXPAND THE METHODS BY WHICH JURY POOLS ARE SELECTED.
BILL: HB2036
Sponsor: Vines
TO ALLOW A PERSON THE ABILITY TO PROVIDE A STATEMENT IN HIS OR HER WILL REGARDING PRETERMITTED HEIRS.
BILL: HB2029
Sponsor: Perry
TO AMEND THE LAWS CONCERNING ACCESS TO INFORMATION HELD BY THE ARKANSAS CRIME INFORMATION CENTER.
BILL: HB2025
Sponsor: Stewart
TO CLARIFY THE AUTHORITY OF A COURT TO CONSIDER A DEFENDANT'S CURRENT OR PRIOR MILITARY SERVICE.
BILL: HB2023
Sponsor: Stewart
CONCERNING GARNISHMENT OF CHILD SUPPORT OBLIGATIONS.
BILL: HB2006
Sponsor: Hubbard
CREATING A CRIMINAL STATUTE INVOLVING THE TRANSPORTATION AND HARBORING OF ILLEGAL ALIENS, THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAW CREATING THAT CRIME, AND CREATION OF A CIVIL ACTION.
BILL: HB2003
Sponsor: Hammer
TO AMEND THE OFFENSES DOMESTIC BATTERING IN THE SECOND DEGREE AND AGGRAVATED ASSAULT ON A FAMILY OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBER AND TO MAKE TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS.
BILL: HB1994
Sponsor: McLean
TO CREATE A DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED COURT PROGRAM.
BILL: HB1990
Sponsor: Hopper
REGARDING THE RETURN OF STOLEN PROPERTY BY A PAWN SHOP TO THE ORIGINAL OWNER.
BILL: HB1982
Sponsor: D. Meeks
CONCERNING THE DISSEMINATION OF CRIMINAL HISTORY INFORMATION.
BILL: HB1973
Sponsor: Gillam
REGARDING ALIMONY OR SPOUSAL SUPPORT.
BILL: HB1961
Sponsor: King
REGARDING THE USE OF FORCE TO DEFEND PERSONS OR PROPERTY WITHIN THE HOME.
BILL: HB1960
Sponsor: King
REGARDING THE JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OF CARROLL COUNTY.
BILL: HB1958
Sponsor: King
TO ALLOW A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSEE TO CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN IN CHURCH OR OTHER PLACE OF WORSHIP.
BILL: HB1945
Sponsor: Perry
REGARDING THE 911 RECORDINGS OF THE VICTIMS OF VIOLENT CRIME.
BILL: HB1944
Sponsor: Perry
TO CREATE STATEWIDE WIRETAP AUTHORITY FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES.
Friday, March 4, 2011
BILL: HB1917
Sponsor: Hammer
TO ENACT THE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM RESTORATION ACT AND TO PROVIDE REMEDIES AND PENALTIES FOR VIOLATING OR ABUSING RELIGIOUS PROTECTIONS UNDER THE ACT.
BILL: HB1888
Sponsor: Slinkard
TO REQUIRE NOTICE AND THE RECORDING OF A DEED FOR A DISTRIBUTEE TO COLLECT A SMALL ESTATE.
BILL: HB1886
Sponsor: Williams
REGARDING A COURT'S JURISDICTION OVER TRUANCY.
Thursday, March 3, 2011
BILL: HB1873
Sponsor: Catlett
TO ALLOW A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSEE TO KEEP A HANDGUN IN HIS OR HER LOCKED VEHICLE ON HIS OR HER EMPLOYER'S PARKING LOT.
BILL: HB1869
Sponsor: Powers
TO CREATE STATE DISTRICT COURTS.
BILL: HB1868
Sponsor: Wright
TO CLARIFY THE EFFECT OF EXPUNGED OR SEALED CONVICTIONS OR GUILTY PLEAS UPON REAL ESTATE BROKER AND SALESPERSON LICENSING.
BILL: HB1867
Sponsor: Hickerson
REGARDING SEX OFFENDERS AND THE SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION ACT OF 1997, § 12-12-901 ET SEQ.
BILL: HB1866
Sponsor: Post
TO CREATE THE OFFENSE OF SMOTHERING OR STRANGULATION.
BILL: HB1865
Sponsor: Post
TO CLARIFY THE OFFENSE OF INTERFERENCE WITH CUSTODY.
BILL: HB1863
Sponsor: Post
TO ADDRESS THE FORBEARANCE OF COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH DOMESTIC ABUSE OFFENSES.
BILL: HB1859
Sponsor: Slinkard
MAKING CERTAIN TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS TO TITLE 16.
BILL: HB1851
Sponsor: Williams
REGARDING THE AWARD OF MERITORIOUS GOOD TIME TO DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION INMATES.
BILL: HB1850
Sponsor: Williams
TO AMEND, CONSOLIDATE, AND SIMPLIFY THE CRIMINAL EXPUNGEMENT AND SEALING STATUTES.
BILL: HB1833
Sponsor: King
TO REQUIRE THE RELEASE OF A MEDICAL LIEN WHEN ACCOUNT HAS BEEN PAID IN FULL.
BILL: HB1823
Sponsor: Nickels
TO REGULATE FEE AWARDS FOR LEGAL SERVICES IN WORKERS' COMPENSATION CASES.
BILL: HB1021
Sponsor: Lea
TO AMEND § 5-13-211 TO INCLUDE ALL CERTIFIED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS.
Lea
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
BILL: SB423
Sponsor: P. Malone
REGARDING SUBSTANCES IN SCHEDULE I AND SCHEDULE VI AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB252
Sponsor: Madison
TO MAKE VARIOUS CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 18 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE OF 1987 CONCERNING PROPERTY.
BILL: SB247
Sponsor: Madison
AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CORRECTIONS TO TITLE 5 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE OF 1987 CONCERNING CRIMINAL OFFENSES.
BILL: HB1817
Sponsor: Woods
REGARDING THE DAMAGING OR DEFACING OF PROPERTY BY A MINOR.
BILL: HB1812
Sponsor: T. Rogers
CONCERNING THE JUVENILE CODE AND JUVENILE COURT PROCEDURES.
BILL: HB1811
Sponsor: T. Rogers
TO REQUIRE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND TO ENCOURAGE LOSS MITIGATION AND LOAN MODIFICATIONS BEFORE INITIATING A STATUTORY FORECLOSURE.
BILL: HB1799
Sponsor: King
TO INCREASE THE SENTENCES FOR REPEAT DWI OFFENDERS AND TO PROVIDE FOR FORFEITURE OF A PERSON'S VEHICLE AFTER A SECOND OR SUBSEQUENT OFFENSE OR FOR DRIVING ON A SUSPENDED LICENSE DUE TO DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED.
BILL: HB1798
Sponsor: King
TO PROVIDE FOR THE FORFEITURE OF A PERSON'S VEHICLE AFTER A SECOND OR SUBSEQUENT CONVICTION FOR DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED OR FOR DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE ON A SUSPENDED LICENSE DUE TO DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED.
BILL: HB1787
Sponsor: G. Smith
AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE CIRCUIT COURTS TO ORDER MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES FOR THE CHILDREN OF INCARCERATED ADULTS.
BILL: HB1785
Sponsor: H. Wilkins
TO ADD THE DEFINITION OF INVOLUNTARY ADMISSION TO THE LAWS ON COMMITMENT AND TREATMENT AND TO CLARIFY WHO MAY REQUEST ADDITIONAL PERIODS OF INVOLUNTARY TREATMENT.
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
BILL: HB1759
Sponsor: B. Wilkins
TO INCREASE THE PENALTIES FOR AGGRAVATED ASSAULT AND MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT IF COMMITTED AGAINST CERTAIN PERSONS.
Monday, February 28, 2011
BILL: HB1723
Sponsor: D. Altes
REGARDING TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS TO FIREARMS STATUTES.
BILL: HB1305
Sponsor: Williams
TO CLARIFY THE REQUIREMENTS TO REVIVE A JUDGMENT AND PERFECT THE JUDGMENT LIEN.
BILL: HB1701
Sponsor: Summers
REGARDING THE ARKANSAS DISTRICT COURTS ACCOUNTING LAW.
BILL: HB1634
Sponsor: Stewart
TO AMEND TITLE 5, CHAPTER 73 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE POSSESSION AND USE OF WEAPONS.
BILL: HB1632
Sponsor: Stewart
TO AMEND TITLE 5, CHAPTER 73 OF THE ARKANSAS CODE CONCERNING THE POSSESSION AND USE OF WEAPONS.
BILL: HB1631
Sponsor: Stewart
REGARDING THE POSSESSION OF HANDGUNS.
BILL: HB1608
Sponsor: Nickels
REGARDING THE EXPUNGEMENT OF MISDEMEANOR CONVICTIONS.
BILL: HB1606
Sponsor: Love
TO ALLOW ATTORNEYS' FEES IN CERTAIN ACTIONS.
Thursday, February 24, 2011
BILL: HB1603
Sponsor: Williams
TO REINSTATE THE PENALTIES THAT WERE IN EFFECT FROM 1991 TO 2009 FOR A PERSON WHO DRIVES AN UNREGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLE.
BILL: SB310
Sponsor: Luker
REGARDING THE PAYMENT OF SPECIAL JUDGES.
BILL: SB300
Sponsor: R. Thompson
TO ALLOW NON-PROFIT AND PUBLIC INTEREST CORPORATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS TO REPRESENT INDIVIDUAL PERSONS AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB291
Sponsor: Bledsoe
TO ALLOW THE DONATION OF CERTAIN ITEMS INCLUDING BICYCLES SEIZED AND FORFEITED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES.
BILL: HB1580
Sponsor: Summers
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE ABUSE OF POLICE POWER UNDER THE ARKANSAS SPEED TRAP LAW.
BILL: HB1563
Sponsor: Ingram
AN ACT TO AMEND JULI'S LAW; TO REQUIRE THAT A DNA SAMPLE BE TAKEN FROM A PERSON ARRESTED FOR RAPE AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
BILL: SB312
Sponsor: Teague
REGARDING THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS FOR THE NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT-WEST AND THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT-NORTH.
BILL: SB307
Sponsor: S. Flowers
TO AMEND THE PENALTIES FOR FAILURE TO APPEAR AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB262
Sponsor: R. Thompson
TO PROVIDE SUBPOENA POWER TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL IN CRIMINAL MATTERS.
BILL: HB1532
Sponsor: Allen
TO AUTHORIZE ELECTRONIC TRAFFIC TICKETS.
BILL: HB1504
Sponsor: Post
TO PROHIBIT A LEVEL 3 OR LEVEL 4 SEX OFFENDER FROM BEING AT A WATER PARK OWNED OR OPERATED BY A LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
BILL: SB333
Sponsor: J. Dismang
REGARDING THE AMOUNT IN CONTROVERSY IN A CIVIL ACTION AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: SB179
Sponsor: J. Dismang
REGARDING THE PROCEDURES OF A HEARING IN FRONT OF THE PROFESSIONAL BAIL BOND COMPANY AND PROFESSIONAL BAIL BONDSMAN LICENSING BOARD.
BILL: HB1494
Sponsor: Nickels
AN ACT TO ESTABLISH A CAUSE OF ACTION AGAINST THIRD PARTIES WHO CONDUCT BACKGROUND CHECKS AND RELEASE ERRONEOUS INFORMATION.
BILL: HB1493
Sponsor: Hall
REGARDING WHICH LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS ARE ALLOWED TO PATROL CONTROLLED-ACCESS FACILITIES.
BILL: HB1492
Sponsor: Steel
TO CLARIFY WHICH TYPES OF PROPERTY ARE CONSIDERED DRUG FREE ZONES.
BILL: HB1487
Sponsor: King
THE ARKANSAS FIREARMS FREEDOM ACT.
Monday, February 21, 2011
BILL: HB1456
Sponsor: Powers
REGARDING A DELINQUENCY PROCEEDING.
BILL: HB1449
Sponsor: Slinkard
TO AMEND ARKANSAS CODE § 28-41-101 TO ADJUST THE FEE FOR CERTIFIED COPIES OF THE AFFIDAVIT REQUIRED FOR THE COLLECTION OF SMALL ESTATES BY A DISTRIBUTEE.
Thursday, February 17, 2011
BILL: HB1438
Sponsor: Williams
TO ESTABLISH THE ARKANSAS ARBITRATION ACT.
REGARDING A PERSON FILING INSTRUMENTS AFFECTING TITLE OR INTEREST IN REAL PROPERTY AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
BILL: HB1419
Sponsor: Patterson
REGARDING THE TIME PERIOD AFTER WHICH A PERSON MAY FILE FOR EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY.
BILL: HB1414
Sponsor: H. Wilkins
REGARDING THE OFFENSE OF STALKING AND TO ESTABLISH CIVIL LIABILITY FOR STALKING.
BILL: HB1410
Sponsor: Summers
TO ALLOW THE DEPARTMENT OF ARKANSAS STATE POLICE TO PROMULGATE RULES TO IMPLEMENT, ADMINISTER, AND ENFORCE LAWS RELATED TO DRIVER'S LICENSE EXAMINATIONS.
BILL: HB1408
Sponsor: Hopper
TO PROHIBIT LEVEL 2 SEX OFFENDERS FROM LIVING WITHIN TWO THOUSAND FEET FROM A SCHOOL, PUBLIC PARK, YOUTH CENTER, OR DAYCARE.
BILL: HB1407
Sponsor: Hopper
TO REQUIRE CERTAIN PERSONS TO REPORT TO LAW ENFORCEMENT KNOWLEDGE THAT ANOTHER PERSON IS IN POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY ON A COMPUTER AND TO PROVIDE FOR IMMUNITY FROM CIVIL LIABILITY.
BILL: HB1406
Sponsor: Hopper
TO AMEND THE PROCEDURES FOR AN ADMINISTRATIVE APPEAL OF A SEX OFFENDER ASSESSMENT OF A SEXUALLY VIOLENT PREDATOR.
BILL: HB1404
Sponsor: Vines
TO AMEND OR REPEAL PROVISIONS OF THE ARKANSAS JUSTICE BUILDING ACT.
Monday, February 14, 2011
BILL: SB178
Sponsor: J. Dismang
REGARDING THE ADMINISTRATIVE PENALTY ISSUED BY THE PROFESSIONAL BAIL BOND COMPANY AND PROFESSIONAL BAIL BONDSMAN LICENSING BOARD.
BILL: SB177
Sponsor: J. Dismang
REGARDING UNPAID BOND FORFEITURE JUDGMENT LIMITS.
BILL: SB176
Sponsor: J. Dismang
REGARDING THE NOTICE GIVEN UPON ISSUANCE OF A BAIL BOND LICENSE.
BILL: SB175
Sponsor: J. Dismang
REGARDING THE CARRYING OF A BAIL BOND LICENSE.
BILL: SB168
Sponsor: D. Johnson
ELIMINATING THE AUTHORIZED PROBATION OFFICER FROM THE FOURTH DIVISION OF THE CIRCUIT COURTS OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
BILL: SB61
Sponsor: Madison
CONCERNING CRIMINAL PENALTIES FOR THE POSSESSION OF CERTAIN PROHIBITED WEAPONS.
BILL: HB1391
Sponsor: Hammer
TO ENHANCE THE PENALTIES FOR THEFT OF COPPER.
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
BILL: HB1386
Sponsor: H. Wilkins
REGARDING THE PROFESSIONAL BAIL BOND COMPANY AND PROFESSIONAL BAIL BONDSMAN LICENSING BOARD AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY.
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
BILL: HB1352
Sponsor: Tyler
TO AMEND THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1993.
Thursday, February 3, 2011
BILL: HB1318
Sponsor: Tyler
REGARDING PAROLE RELEASE WHEN AN INMATE'S PAROLE RELEASE DATE FALLS ON A WEEKEND OR HOLIDAY.
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
BILL: SB4
Sponsor: D. Johnson
TO ADOPT THE UNIFORM ADULT GUARDIANSHIP AND PROTECTIVE PROCEEDINGS JURISDICTION ACT.
BILL: HB1305
Sponsor: Williams
TO CLARIFY THE REQUIREMENTS TO REVIVE A JUDGMENT AND PERFECT THE JUDGMENT LIEN.
Monday, January 31, 2011
BILL: HB1281
Sponsor: Patterson
CONCERNING CITY ATTORNEYS HANDLING PROSECUTORIAL MATTERS FOR THE CITY.
BILL: HB1278
Sponsor: T. Rogers
REGARDING SEX OFFENDER VERIFICATION, EMAIL ADDRESSES, AND INTERNET IDENTITIES.
Thursday, January 27, 2011
BILL: HB1243
Sponsor: Woods
TO PROVIDE FOR AN ADMINISTRATIVE SEX OFFENDER ADDRESS LATE VERIFICATION FEE.
BILL: SB56
Sponsor: G. Jeffress
REGARDING BAIL BONDSMEN CONTINUING EDUCATION.
BILL: HB1246
Sponsor: H. Wilkins
TO ALLOW THE FINANCING OF BAIL BONDS.
BILL: HB1245
Sponsor: H. Wilkins
REGARDING ACTIONS ON BAIL BONDS IN DISTRICT COURTS.
BILL: HB1244
Sponsor: H. Wilkins
TO REPEAL ARKANSAS CODE 17-19-304.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
BILL: HB1232
Sponsor: T. Thompson
TO AMEND THE LAW CONCERNING THE USE OF TEAR GAS OR PEPPER SPRAY.
BILL: HB1230
Sponsor: Woods
CONCERNING A FINE ASSESSED PERSONS WHO ARE REQUIRED TO REGISTER AS SEX OFFENDERS.
Monday, January 24, 2011
BILL: HB1222
Sponsor: Pennartz
TO CLARIFY THE DEPARTMENTS OF THE SEBASTIAN COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
BILL: HB1209
Sponsor: Lovell
TO MODIFY THE REQUIREMENTS FOR RECORDATION OF A DEED.
BILL: HB1207
Sponsor: Stewart
TO AMEND THE DISTANCE FROM WHICH A PERSON CAN PROTEST A FUNERAL.
Thursday, January 20, 2011
BILL: HB1159
Sponsor: Webb
AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT COURTS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO PROVIDE WRITTEN RECORDS OF CONVICTIONS THAT ARE REPORTED ELECTRONICALLY.
Monday, January 10, 2011
BILL: HB1059
Sponsor: Wright
TO ALLOW A COURT TO EXTEND THE DURATION OF A TEMPORARY GUARDIANSHIP IN CERTAIN SITUATIONS.
BILL: HB1061
Sponsor: Sanders
THE ATHLETE AGENT REFORM ACT OF 2011.
BILL: HB1051
Sponsor: D. Altes
THE DEFENSIVE CARRY RESTORATION ACT REGARDING THE DEFENSIVE CARRY OF FIREARMS.
REGARDING A PERSON FILING INSTRUMENTS AFFECTING TITLE OR INTEREST IN REAL PROPERTY AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: HB1028
Sponsor: D. Altes
TO PROVIDE FOR JURISDICTIONAL COOPERATION REGARDING ARRESTS, SEARCHES, AND SEIZURES BY FEDERAL EMPLOYEES.
BILL: HB1021
Sponsor: Lea
TO AMEND § 5-13-211 TO INCLUDE ALL CERTIFIED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS.
Lea
BILL: HB1020
Sponsor: Lea
CONCERNING THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE DRUG COURT ADVISORY COMMITTEE AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
Lea
BILL: HB1015
Sponsor: Woods
TO MANDATE AN ADDITIONAL FINE FOR ANY PERSON CONVICTED OF A FELONY SEX OFFENSE.
BILL: HB1011
Sponsor: Woods
TO REQUIRE A PARTY'S SIGNATURE ON A DECREE OF DIVORCE BEFORE THE COURT MAY ENTER THE DECREE OF DIVORCE WHEN THAT PARTY IS REPRESENTED BY COUNSEL.
BILL: HB1010
Sponsor: Woods
TO PROVIDE FOR CIVIL LIABILITY FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN WHO DEFACE PROPERTY WITH GRAFFITI.
BILL: HB1006
Sponsor: Cheatham
TO AMEND ARKANSAS LAW CONCERNING SALES OF REAL PROPERTY UNDER JUDICIAL DECREES AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
BILL: HB1007
Sponsor: Harris
TO REQUIRE SEX OFFENDERS TO VERIFY REGISTRATION IN PERSON AT A LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY AND TO REQUIRE ELECTRONIC FILING OF THE VERIFICATION.
BILL: HB1009
Sponsor: Woods
PROVIDE FOR PUBLIC NOTIFICATION OF SEX OFFENDERS REGISTERED IN ANOTHER STATE.
BILL: HB1004
Sponsor: J. Edwards
TO PROHIBIT THE PAYMENT OF ATTORNEY'S FEES OF PRIVATELY RETAINED ATTORNEYS FOR INDIGENT PERSONS.
BILL: HB1003
Sponsor: Gaskill
TO MAKE IT A FELONY TO EXCEED THE SPEED OF NINETY MILES PER HOUR WHILE BEING PURSUED BY A LAW ENFORCEMENT VEHICLE.