Judiciary, Division B

2020 Regular Session

Judiciary, Division B

Bill Number Bill Description Bill Status
HB 97
Bad Policy
Sell of urine; prohibit and prescribe criminal penalties for violation of. Dead
Analysis: This bill outlaws the sale or distribution of real or synthetic urine for the purpose of affecting the results of a drug test. Penalties of a $1,000 fine and 6 months imprisonment are included. Attempting to cheat a government-administered drug test is already a crime, the crime should belong to the person responsible for the wrongdoing, not anybody who the state deems is loosely-connected with the crime.
HB 124
Good Policy
Nonadjudication of criminal case; includes crimes listed as crimes of violence under Section 97-3-2 for felonies. Dead
Analysis: This bill allows for the non-adjudication of those who enter guilty pleas to crimes of violence. Non-adjudication allows for the court to take rehabilitative measures for qualifying defendants as opposed to jail time. Rehabilitation is always preferable over jail time as it saves the tax payer money and is shown to result in fewer cases of recidivism.
HB 158
Bad Policy
The Sexual Assault Response For College Students Act; create. Dead
Analysis: This bill creates a universal policy for all colleges and universities in the state regarding sexual assault prevention and response. It provides the institutions of higher learning with broad authorities and responsibilities including the authority to adjudicate alleged incidents regarding sexual crimes. While the goal of this bill is worthy, it saddles our institutions of higher learning with unfunded mandates and raises concerns about the protection of due process with in-house adjudication of these incidents.
HB 241
Good Policy
Sexting by minors; provide as a delinquent act. Dead
Analysis: This bill creates the offense of "sexting by a minor". It is a misdemeanor crime only applicable to minors who transmit indecent images of other minors electronically.
HB 359
Good Policy
Motor vehicles; delete five-day requirement regarding towing and storage of. Alive
Analysis: This bill removes the 5 day waiting period required of a property owner who wishes to have a another person's vehicle towed from their property. This protects the property rights of property owners. If an issue arises from the removal of this regulation the 2 interested parties can handle it amongst themselves or in court.
HB 467
Good Policy
Law enforcement officers; allow off-duty use of official vehicles while performing certain volunteer services in off-duty hours. Dead
Analysis: The committee substitute for this bill allows off-duty law enforcement officers to use the official police vehicle, weapon, and uniform while performing volunteer services while off-duty.
HB 544
Neutral
DUI suspension; clarify when the 120 day suspensions begins. Alive
Analysis: This bill clarifies that the date of license suspension begins on the day that the judge signs the order, not the day of the alleged offense.
HB 658
Good Policy
Felony conviction expungements; revise number that one may be eligible for. Alive
Analysis: This bill expands the number of convictions related to controlled substances that are eligible for expungement. This will make it easier for non-violent offenders to become employed and will reduce chances of recidivism.
HB 782
Good Policy
Certificate of rehabilitation; authorize those convicted in another state to apply for a. Dead
Analysis: This bill authorizes Mississippi inmates who were convicted of felonies out of state to apply for certificates of rehabilitation in Mississippi. These certificates will be easier to obtain for these inmates with the change offered in this legislation.
HB 785
Good Policy
Pseudoephedrine and ephedrine; authorize sales and purchase of certain products containing without a prescription. Dead
Analysis:
HB 978
Good Policy
Hazing; increase penalties for. Dead
Analysis: This bill creates the offense "Hazing in the 3rd degree". The main difference here is that 3rd degree hazing is a felony, while 1st and 2nd degree hazing are misdemeanor crimes. Other offenses for hazing, 1st and 2nd degree, did not include stipulations for forced alcohol consumption, which this new offense does. This 3rd degree crime covers serious bodily injury as well as death. Ultimately this bill increases penalties for hazing and provides for separate and distinct offenses under the law for hazing related injuries and deaths. Hazing injuries and deaths have become commonplace nationwide. The proper sentencing of offenders of these crimes is just and helps to discourage further incidents like these from occurring on college campuses.
HB 993
Good Policy
Elections; provide penalties for persons who publish campaign materials without certain identifying information. Dead
Analysis: This bill establishes a set of penalties for any candidate, political committee or other political actor that fails to clearly identify required information in campaign publications. Information such as who paid for a political publication, who endorses or approves of the publication and who produced the publication is vital information to the voter and it's inclusion on all printed and online campaign material helps keep our elections fair and democratic.
HB 1018
Neutral
Church Protection Act; revise how a church is required to maintain reords of its security team. Alive
Analysis: This bill requires churches to maintain the identification numbers of any law enforcement officers who are members of the church's registered security team.
HB 1024
Good Policy
Habitual offender; revise penalties for. Alive
Analysis: This bill enacts sentencing reforms that limit the application of long prison sentences under Mississippi’s “three strikes” habitual law for nonviolent drug offenses. Rehabilitation and return of non-violent offenders to society keeps the taxpayer from footing an even more costly bill for the state's justice system, puts more fathers back into what would be fatherless homes, and helps solve the current crisis of prison-overcrowding.
HB 1135
Bad Policy
Law enforcement; allow off-duty use of official vehicles while performing security services in off-duty hours. Dead
Analysis: This bill authorizes off-duty police officers to utilize their government police vehicles when operating as private security while off-duty. Law enforcement officers are of course free to work as private security officers in an off-duty capacity during their free time. However, they are not entitled to public resources while operating independently from doing government work. While employed in a private setting, law enforcement officers are being compensated by that private entity and are not working for the public at that moment. Police vehicles are public property and should only be used by public officials performing public duties, anything else is a misuse of public moneys and resources. It is not the taxpayer's responsibility to foot the bill for police officer's transportation while he/she is off-duty and engaged in private employment.
HB 1162
Neutral
Uniform Control Substance Act; revise schedule to add certain substances. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1173
Good Policy
Secure detention and state training school; revise conditions under which a child may be ordered to by court. Dead
Analysis: This bill stipulates that children under the age of 12 are not to be admitted to the state training school unless they were adjudicated for a crime of violence specifically.
HB 1182
Bad Policy
Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Training; revise membership of. Dead
Analysis: Increases size of Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Training.
HB 1215
Good Policy
Firearms; prohibit state agencies from creating restrictions for possession of. Dead
Analysis: Prohibits state agencies from restricting the possession of a firearm.
HB 1295
Good Policy
The 'Life Equality Act'; create to prohibit abortion based on certain factors. Alive
Analysis: Prohibits abortion because of race, sex, or genetic abnormality, except in a medical emergency.
HB 1314
Neutral
Tribal identification cards; recognize as legal means of personal identification. Alive
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HB 1398
Good Policy
Seizure and forfeiture; prohibit waiver of forfeiture and revise standard of proof. Dead
Analysis: The committee substitute for this bill makes it unlawful for a law enforcement officer to request or induce anyone to waive their rights to any property as it pertains to forfeiture.
HB 1500
Good Policy
Board on law enforcement officer standards and training; authorize to consider certain military training when determining qualification of applicant. Alive
Analysis:
HB 1573
Neutral
MS Law Enforcement Officers' Training Academy; name firing range as the 'Lieutenant Colonel Pat Cronin Firing Range.' Dead
Analysis:
HC 35
Good Policy
Constitution; amend to provide certain rights to victims throughout the criminal and juvenile justice systems. Dead
Analysis: This expands victims rights and writes these rights into the Constitution.
SB 2009
Good Policy
Sex offenders; future contact with victim prohibited (Carly's Law). Alive
Analysis: This bill makes it a felony crime for convicted sexual offenders to contact in any way their victim(s) for the remainder of their life. This rightly protects victims of sexual crimes and promises swift punishment to sexual offenders who would seek to repeat their crimes.
SB 2010
Not Rated
Statute of limitations; except sexual battery without regard to victim's age. Dead
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SB 2011
Not Rated
Arrest; require probable cause hearing for legislators. Dead
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SB 2012
Not Rated
Conviction; clarify subsequent for certain crimes and post-conviction relief. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2061
Good Policy
Arrest warrant; opportunity for probable cause hearing before issuance. Alive
Analysis: This bill requires that a judge determine, with or without a hearing, whether probable cause is clearly evident before an arrest warrant is issued against a person for an alleged criminal act. This will strengthen due process and help prevent frivolous prosecutions of Mississippians.
SB 2067
Not Rated
Meritorious earned-time credits; revise application of in relation to parole-eligibility date. Dead
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SB 2069
Not Rated
Railroad right-of-way; unlawful to enter and remain upon without the permission of the owner or operator of the railroad. Dead
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SB 2078
Not Rated
Motor vehicle towing; revise towing at the direction of real property owner. Dead
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SB 2079
Not Rated
Publication of legal notice; authorize in adjacent county. Dead
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SB 2080
Not Rated
Probation and parole officers; limit number of cases that may be handled. Dead
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SB 2082
Not Rated
Firearms; prohibit shooting under certain circumstances. Dead
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SB 2083
Not Rated
Part-time law enforcement officers; revise salary threshold determination. Dead
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SB 2084
Not Rated
Kratom; include in Controlled Substances, Schedule I. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2112
Good Policy
Criminal history; enact 'Ban-the-Box Act.' Alive
Analysis: Prohibits the state from asking criminal history on an application and provides a set criteria for when an applicant has a criminal background.
SB 2120
Not Rated
Electronic tracking devices; prohibit tracking of another person's vehicle. Dead
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SB 2122
Not Rated
Organized retail theft; revise. Dead
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SB 2123
Good Policy
'Mississippi Correctional Safety and Rehabilitation Act of 2020'; enact. Alive
Analysis: This bill simplifies and standardizes parole requirements for Mississippi’s inmates in an attempt to remove the uncertainty that currently plagues the process, giving inmates, their families and Mississippians a clearer idea of what to expect as far as parole is considered. The bill also makes it easier for parole board officers to order psychiatric/psychological evaluations on inmates in order to assist them in making the best decision regarding parole. In addition, the bill mandates that correctional facilities must submit a rehabilitative case plan for all inmates who will be eligible for parole within 90 days of incarceration. As a whole, this bill holds Mississippi’s correctional facilities more accountable by defining a set parole criteria and ensuring that the facilities are focused on rehabilitation as a priority for Mississippi’s inmates.
SB 2124
Not Rated
Shoplifting; revise penalties. Dead
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SB 2154
Not Rated
Statutory rape; raise age of consent. Dead
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SB 2158
Not Rated
MDOC supervised release; prohibit incarceration for minor violations of and reduce maximum term for certain forms of. Dead
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SB 2160
Not Rated
Drones; prohibit near and above correctional facilities. Dead
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SB 2161
Not Rated
Crimes of violence; require jury finding to classify burglary and certain other felony offenses as. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2162
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders; provide alternative sentencing and early-release options when convicted of certain crimes. Dead
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SB 2164
Not Rated
Pseudoephedrine; require written log of over-the-counter sales. Dead
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SB 2166
Not Rated
Voluntary search; require officers to obtain written consent. Dead
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SB 2168
Not Rated
Felony conviction; revise expunction of. Dead
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SB 2169
Not Rated
Opioid and other controlled substances epidemic; provide enhanced penalties. Dead
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SB 2171
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders; alternative sentencing and parole options. Dead
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SB 2178
Not Rated
Texting while driving; revise penalty when resulting in death or injury. Dead
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SB 2189
Not Rated
Vaping; prohibit possession of alternative nicotine products by those under 18. Dead
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SB 2190
Not Rated
Suffrage; provide for restoration upon completion of sentence and payment of fines. Dead
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SB 2191
Not Rated
Off-duty law enforcement officers; authorized to use public vehicles. Dead
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SB 2192
Not Rated
Urine; create the crime of selling or tampering with urine. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2204
Bad Policy
Local government police vehicles; allow off-duty use under certain circumstances. Dead
Analysis: This bill authorizes off-duty police officers to utilize their government police vehicles when operating as private security while off-duty. Law enforcement officers are of course free to work as private security officers in an off-duty capacity during their free time. However, they are not entitled to public resources while operating independently from doing government work. While employed in a private setting, law enforcement officers are being compensated by that private entity and are not working for the public at that moment. Police vehicles are public property and should only be used by public officials performing public duties, anything else is a misuse of public moneys and resources. It is not the taxpayer's responsibility to foot the bill for police officer's transportation while he/she is off-duty and engaged in private employment.
SB 2207
Not Rated
Fleeing or eluding a law enforcement officer; revise offense of. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2225
Good Policy
Disabled veteran with service-connected disability; clarify procedure for concealed weapons permit. Alive
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SB 2232
Not Rated
Correctional facilities; revise penalty for bringing a controlled substance onto the property of. Dead
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SB 2233
Not Rated
Criminal history background checks; enact 'Ban the Box.' Dead
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SB 2234
Not Rated
Suffrage; restore suffrage to Vedo Kyles. Alive
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SB 2235
Not Rated
Technical violations; revise definition for purposes of parole revocation. Dead
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SB 2238
Not Rated
'Second Amendment Preservation Act'; enact. Dead
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SB 2269
Bad Policy
Firearm; outlaw open carry of weapons at parades and demonstrations. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2278
Not Rated
Military service members and family members; enhance civil penalty for deceptive and unfair trade practices. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2279
Neutral
State offenders serving sentences in county jails; extend repealer on. Alive
Analysis: This bill maintains current state law on housing inmates at county jails, extending the repealer until July 2024.
SB 2280
Not Rated
Youth detention; raise minimum age for youth commitment to state training school and secure detention. Dead
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SB 2282
Not Rated
Unmanned aircraft systems; regulate. Dead
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SB 2376
Not Rated
DUI; clarify time period for out-of-state fourth and subsequent convictions. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2384
Not Rated
Fair chance hiring standards for employers; establish. Dead
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SB 2388
Not Rated
Parole; change length of sentence to be served before offenders may request judicial recommendation of. Dead
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SB 2390
Not Rated
Sexual battery; conform statute of limitations to rape. Dead
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SB 2409
Not Rated
Dog and cat abuse; create statewide online registry of offenders. Dead
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SB 2416
Not Rated
Terroristic threats; revise. Dead
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SB 2424
Not Rated
Hate crimes; revise delineation of victim. Dead
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SB 2425
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders; alternative sentencing and parole options. Dead
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SB 2426
Not Rated
Habitual offender; prior felonies more than 10 years prior not counted in calculation. Dead
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SB 2431
Not Rated
Intimate visual material; create civil and criminal liability for unlawful disclosure or promotion of. Dead
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SB 2436
Not Rated
Simple possession of controlled substances; revise certain. Dead
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SB 2437
Not Rated
Habitual offender; revise. Dead
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SB 2438
Not Rated
Habitual offender; revise sentencing as. Dead
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SB 2440
Not Rated
Controlled substance offenses; revise enhanced penalties. Dead
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SB 2442
Not Rated
Intervention court; amend criteria for participation in. Dead
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SB 2443
Not Rated
Habitual offender sentencing; revise. Dead
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SB 2444
Not Rated
Habitual offender; revise computation of prior offenses. Dead
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SB 2447
Not Rated
Misdemeanants; may not possess a weapon under certain circumstances. Dead
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SB 2450
Not Rated
Expunction and reenfranchisment; revise procedure for requesting. Dead
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SB 2451
Not Rated
Expungement; consolidate statutes concerning. Dead
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SB 2452
Not Rated
Rapid DNA Task Force; establish within the Department of Public Safety. Dead
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SB 2453
Not Rated
Gubernatorial pardon; provide for notice to victim through SAVIN system. Dead
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SB 2454
Not Rated
Crimes of violence; revise list of offenses designated as such. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2455
Not Rated
Habitual offender; revise sentencing under. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2456
Not Rated
Violent habitual offender; revise. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2459
Bad Policy
Gang act; revise. Dead
Analysis: This bill increases penalties for all felonies (violent and non-violent) in Mississippi and includes increased penalties for those believed by the state to be partaking in gang activity. "Gang activity" is a loose term that can be applied to almost any criminal act including non-violent ones, this will result in longer sentencing and stricter penalties based on loose and ill-defined terminology, not actual crime. This legislation substantially lowers the burden of proof for gang-related activity to the lesser "preponderance of the evidence" standard. Furthermore, it takes mothers and fathers out of Mississippi's homes and puts them into Mississippi's prisons at a time with vast prison overcrowding and an overwhelmed corrections system.
SB 2463
Not Rated
Juvenile sentencing; provide criteria for determining parole eligibility and require hearing before imposing life without parole. Dead
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SB 2465
Not Rated
Habitual offender; revise sentencing. Dead
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SB 2466
Not Rated
Violent habitual offender; require bifurcated trial. Dead
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SB 2485
Not Rated
Expunction of conviction; revise. Dead
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SB 2497
Not Rated
Marijuana; legalize. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2498
Not Rated
Marijuana; allow medical use by seriously ill patients, including service-connected PTSD. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2527
Good Policy
Intervention courts; technical corrections. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2540
Not Rated
Landlord-tenant law; revise. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2550
Good Policy
DUI; nonadjudication of a first offense for CDL holder who was not operating a commercial vehicle. Alive
Analysis: This bill permits the non adjudication of the the first DUI offense for a Commercial Drivers License holder provided he or she was not operating commercial vehicle at the time. Holders of CDLs are entitled to the same treatment under the law as any other Mississippian, especially when operating a non-commercial vehicle. Holding someone to a different legal standard because of an arbitrary characteristic, such as holding a license of any kind, is simply unjust.
SB 2631
Not Rated
Habitual offender; revise sentencing. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2635
Not Rated
Criminal history; enact 'Ban-the-Box Act.' Dead
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SB 2636
Not Rated
Mississippi Corrupt Persons List; create. Dead
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SB 2638
Not Rated
Fleeing or eluding a law enforcement officer; revise offense of. Dead
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SB 2639
Not Rated
School bus; increase penalties for unlawfully overtaking. Dead
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SB 2641
Not Rated
Assistant District Attorneys; revise number authorized. Dead
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SB 2642
Not Rated
County prosecuting attorney; revise authorization to present matters to the grand jury. Dead
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SB 2644
Not Rated
Urine; create the crime of selling or tampering with urine. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2646
Not Rated
Juvenile offenders; establish the Juvenile Offender Parole and Rehabilitation Act. Dead
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SB 2650
Not Rated
Marijuana; civil penalty for simple possession of small amount. Dead
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SB 2652
Not Rated
Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Training; revise membership of. Dead
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SB 2653
Not Rated
Autopsies; provide for confidentiality of photographs and video and audio recordings with exceptions. Dead
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SB 2654
Not Rated
Registered sex offender; disqualified from serving as volunteer firefighter. Dead
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SB 2655
Not Rated
Mississippi Human Trafficking Act; add additional conduct that constitutes coercion. Dead
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SB 2657
Not Rated
First-degree murder; include unlawful distribution of controlled substances when the distribution is proximate cause of death. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2658
Good Policy
Domesticated dogs and cats; revise offense of abuse of. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2659
Not Rated
Law enforcements officers; clarify that certification is regulated by the Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Training. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2676
Not Rated
Youthful offenses; revise when may be tried in circuit court. Dead
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SB 2677
Not Rated
Expunction; allow after 20 years' good behavior with certain exceptions. Dead
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SB 2679
Not Rated
House burglary; create separate violent and nonviolent offenses. Dead
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SB 2681
Not Rated
Parole; early release for nonviolent offenders with less than 3 years to serve for participation in drug court. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2682
Not Rated
Supreme Court's Commission on Children's Justice; recommendation on child abuse and neglect proceedings. Dead
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SB 2686
Not Rated
Scrap metal; exclude nonfunctioning window units and stainless steel sinks. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2691
Not Rated
Habitual offender; revise sentencing of an offender after ten-year lapse. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2693
Not Rated
DNA samples; collected from person arrested for any felony and provide for destruction of samples only upon expungement request. Dead
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SB 2695
Not Rated
Misdemeanor procuring services of a prostitute; mistake of age is no defense. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2697
Good Policy
Nonadjudication; mandatory in certain cases. Dead
Analysis: This bill requires that criminal defendants of non-violent crimes, if they plead guilty, are to have their offenses be non-adjudicated (if the criminal defendant is eligible). Non-adjudication under this bill would result in required completion of treatment programs, a required number of community service hours or other rehabilitative requirements appropriate for the crime committed. The goal is to have fewer non-violent criminals incarcerated. Lower incarceration rates help alleviate prison overcrowding, reduce the number of fatherless and motherless homes, and lessen the burden on the taxpayer.
SB 2699
Not Rated
Youth court; revise transfer to circuit court. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2703
Not Rated
Corrections; to revise the penalty for possession of cell phones or its components and/or accessories in county jails and prisons. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2712
Not Rated
Foster care; revise aggravated circumstances leading to removal. Dead
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SB 2740
Not Rated
Malicious prosecution; create misdemeanor offense of. Dead
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SB 2741
Not Rated
Nonadjudication; revise courts' authority. Dead
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SB 2742
Not Rated
Election campaign messages and materials; authorize prosecution for improper authorization or identification. Dead
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SB 2744
Good Policy
Tribal identification cards; recognize as legal means of personal identification. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2747
Not Rated
'Ban the Box'; facilitate post-incarceration employment opportunities for nonviolent felons. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2748
Not Rated
'Second Amendment Preservation Act'; state firearm law preempts any local ordinance or regulation. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2751
Not Rated
Commercial driver's license; revise suspension of. Dead
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SB 2753
Not Rated
Habitual offenders; revise parole eligibility. Dead
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SB 2755
Not Rated
Methamphetamine; revise penalty for simple possession of smaller amounts. Dead
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SB 2757
Not Rated
Comprehensive Firearms Code of MS; interpose in place of any federal law confiscating firearms of law-abiding citizens. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2758
Not Rated
Criminalization; eliminate regulatory 'catchall' provisions to create criminal offenses. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2759
Good Policy
Fresh Start Act of 2019; revise applicability of. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2803
Not Rated
MDHS fraud investigators; shall be considered law enforcement officers. Dead
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SB 2832
Not Rated
Fresh Start Act; revise applicability of. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2835
Not Rated
First-degree murder; include unlawful distribution of controlled substances, when the distribution is proximate cause of death. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2880
Not Rated
Fresh Start Act; remove limitations on the applicability of. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2920
Good Policy
Restore suffrage to Robert Warren. Alive
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SB 3032
Good Policy
Suffrage for Marty Langley. Alive
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SB 3034
Not Rated
Restore suffrage to Dexter Foster. Alive
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SB 3045
Good Policy
Suffrage; Azalean Jones Rogers. Alive
Analysis:
SN 36
Not Rated
Sean Jeffrey Tindell, Gulfport, Mississippi, Mississippi Department of Public Safety as the Commissioner of Public Safety, term effective June 1, 2020 and appointee shall serve at the pleasure of the Governor. Alive
Analysis:
KEY: * = Amended % = 3/5ths Vote Required V = Vetoed
  $ = Revenue @ = Exempted From Deadline P = Partially Vetoed