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  1. Introduced Jan 10, 2013
  2. Passed House Feb 25, 2013
  3. Passed Senate Apr 10, 2013
  4. Signed into Law May 6, 2013

HB 1006

Indiana House Bill

Various changes to the criminal code. Makes various changes to the criminal code, including changes to the law concerning community corrections, probation, sentencing, probation funding, drug and alcohol program funding, involuntary manslaughter, communicable disease crimes, battery, hazing, obstruction of traffic crimes, interference with medical services crimes, kidnapping, confinement, criminal mischief, railroad mischief, computer crimes, theft, deception and fraud crimes, timber spiking, offenses against general public administration, criminal gang activity crimes, stalking, offenses against public health, child care provider crimes, weapon crimes, drug crimes, protection zones, and rape. Repeals the law concerning criminal deviate conduct, and consolidates the crime of criminal deviate conduct into the crime of rape. Changes the phrase "deviate sexual conduct" to "other sexual conduct". Repeals laws concerning car jacking, and failure of a student athlete to disclose recruitment. Removes the current four level felony penalty classification and replaces that classification with a six level felony penalty classification. Assigns new felony penalties to each crime. Permits a judge to contact the local department of child services directly to report suspected cases of child abuse or neglect under certain conditions, and provides that a child who lives in the same household as a person charged with and awaiting trial for certain sex offenses is a child in need of services. Removes the misdemeanor penalty for the entry or attempted entry by a person under the age of 21 into certain facilities that permit gambling and makes the violation an infraction. Urges the legislative council to: (1) require an existing study committee to evaluate the criminal law statutes in IC 7.1 and IC 9 and to make recommendations to the general assembly for the modification of the criminal law statutes in those titles; (2) study recidivism in Indiana; (3) study criminal justice funding issues; (4) study advisory sentences; and (5) study the suspendibility of sentences. Makes technical corrections. Makes conforming amendments. (The introduced version of this bill was prepared by the criminal code evaluation commission.)
Session:
2013 Regular Session
Bill Subjects:
State Agencies Legal Issues Legislative Affairs Crime
Sponsors (4):

Votes

Actions

Date Chamber  
May 13, 2013 House Public Law 158
May 6, 2013 House Signed by the Governor
May 3, 2013 House Signed by the Speaker
May 1, 2013 Senate Signed by the President of the Senate
Apr 30, 2013 Senate Signed by the President Pro Tempore
Apr 26, 2013 Senate Conference committee report 1 : adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 552: yeas 34, nays 15 - Related Vote
Apr 25, 2013 House Conference committee report 1 : adopted by the House; Roll Call 593: yeas 86, nays 10 - Related Vote
Apr 25, 2013 House Rules suspended
Apr 18, 2013 Senate Senate advisors appointed: Tallian, M. Young and Glick
Apr 18, 2013 Senate Senate conferee appointed: Steele and Hume
Apr 17, 2013 House House advisors appointed: McMillin, Harman and Lawson
Apr 17, 2013 House House conferees appointed: Steuerwald and Pierce
Apr 16, 2013 House House dissented from Senate amendments
Apr 10, 2013 Senate Returned to the House with amendments
Apr 10, 2013 Senate Third reading: passed; Roll Call 414: yeas 46 and nays 4
Apr 9, 2013 Senate Amendment 1 (Lanane), prevailed; voice vote
Apr 9, 2013 Senate Amendment 12 (Steele), prevailed; voice vote
Apr 9, 2013 Senate Amendment 5 (Head), prevailed; voice vote
Apr 9, 2013 Senate Amendment 13 (Head), prevailed; Division of the Senate: yeas 38, nays 12
Apr 9, 2013 Senate Amendment 10 (Steele), prevailed; voice vote
Apr 9, 2013 Senate Second reading: amended, ordered engrossed
Apr 4, 2013 Senate Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
Apr 1, 2013 Senate Committee report: amend do pass, reassigned to Committee on Appropriations
Mar 28, 2013 Senate Senator Randolph added as cosponsor
Feb 27, 2013 Senate First reading: referred to Committee on Corrections & Criminal Law
Feb 25, 2013 House Cosponsor: Senator Taylor
Feb 25, 2013 House Senate sponsors: Senators Steele, M. Young and Hume
Feb 25, 2013 House Referred to the Senate
Feb 25, 2013 House Third reading: passed; Roll Call 244: yeas 80, nays 13 - Related Vote
Feb 21, 2013 House Second reading: ordered engrossed
Feb 19, 2013 House Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
Jan 17, 2013 House Referred to Committee on Ways and Means pursuant to House Rule 127
Jan 17, 2013 House Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
Jan 10, 2013 House First reading: referred to Committee on Courts and Criminal Code
Jan 10, 2013 House Coauthored by Representatives McMillin, Pierce and Lawson
Jan 10, 2013 House Authored by Representative Steuerwald

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