Substitute for Raised S.B. No. 307
Session Year 2022


To (1) increase prosecutorial accountability by (A) providing that the Criminal Justice Commission be an autonomous body, (B) requiring biennial performance evaluations of state's attorneys, (C) requiring adoption and implementation of uniform policies, (D) amending training requirements for prosecutors, (E) outlining data upon which state's attorney performance ratings are based, (F) making policies and reports available online, and (G) adding use of force investigations as a category for which case level data is collected, and (2) repeal the requirement that in the investigation and prosecution of crime, priority be given to crimes involving physical violence or the possession of a firearm.

Introduced by:
Judiciary Committee

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Co-sponsors for Amendment LCO:

Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 4/19/2022(LCO)File Number 519
 4/19/2022Senate Calendar Number 382
 4/19/2022Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
 4/19/2022(LCO)Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office
 4/11/2022(LCO)Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 04/19/22 12:00 PM
 4/1/2022(LCO)Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
 3/31/2022(JUD)Joint Favorable Substitute
 3/4/2022Public Hearing 03/09
 3/3/2022Referred to Joint Committee on Judiciary

Co-sponsors of SB-307

Rep. Travis Simms, 140th Dist.
Rep. David Michel, 146th Dist.
Rep. Anne M. Hughes, 135th Dist.
Rep. Edwin Vargas, 6th Dist.
Rep. Josh Elliott, 88th Dist.
Rep. Joshua M. Hall, 7th Dist.
Rep. Michael A. Winkler, 56th Dist.

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