Trial Procedure Working Group

Please see below for a list of bills that have been assigned to the LACDL Trial Procedure Working Group.  Click on any bill number to view the bill details on the Legislative website.

HB 42, Dwight
Provides for time limitations for prosecution of video voyeurism
 
HB 73, Richard
Amends second degree cruelty to a juvenile to include prenatal exposure to drugs
 
HB 183, Hunter
Provides for the powers and duties of the attorney general in certain officer-involved incidents
 
HB 210, Connick
Provides relative to time limits for institution of prosecution of certain sex offenses
 
HB 227, Pylant
Provides relative to the crime of obstruction of justice
 
HB 262, Leger
Amends the threshold age of the victim for certain elements and penalty provisions of the crimes of human trafficking and trafficking of children for sexual purposes
 
HB 267, Miller, G.
Decreases criminal penalties for certain offenses involving drug paraphernalia
 
HB 385, Hazel
Creates the crime of providing false, nonexistent, or incomplete declaration of residence for bail
 
HB 408, Hazel
Provides relative to persons eligible for veterans courts
 
HB 463, Billiot
Amends eligibility requirements to participate in the Veterans Court program
 
HB 582, Jackson
Provides for the crime of aggravated assault upon a peace officer
 
HB 635, Hunter
Adds the use of unmanned aircraft systems as elements of certain crimes involving the invasion of privacy
 
HB 688, LeBas
Adds substances to Schedules II and IV of the Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances Law
 
SB 73, White
Provides relative to the crime of resisting an officer
 
SB 90, Johns
Amends the threshold age of the victim for certain elements and penalty provisions of the crimes of human trafficking and trafficking of children for sexual purposes
 
SB 123, Claitor
Revises and reorganizes Code of Criminal Procedure articles and Revised Statutes relative to bail
 
SB 150, Perry
Provides relative to mandatory bail hearings for certain defendants
 
SB 162, Peterson
Provides relative to criminal and civil actions against spouses

SB 171, Smith, G.
Creates the crime of infliction of serious injury or death on a public road user
 
SB 180, Mills
Provides exemption from prosecution for anyone lawfully in possession of medical marijuana
 
SB 219, Claitor
Provides relative to the distribution of forfeitures of criminal bail bonds

SB 241, Milkovich
Provides right of access to autopsy records, coroner's reports and similar documents
 
SB 281, Ward
Provides relative to bail bond forfeiture hearings
 
SB 289, Johns
Provides relative to malfeasance in office by law enforcement officers involving sexual conduct
 
SB 320, Morrell
Provides for designated seating in a courtroom
 
SB 334, Claitor
Repeals certain provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure declared unconstitutional
LACDL Trial Procedure Working Group:
Robert Toale
King Alexander
Danielle Brown
Gary Wainwright