Substitute for Raised H.B. No. 7050
Session Year 2015
 


AN ACT CONCERNING THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM.

To ensure that children charged with a class B felony are provided with a hearing on their amenability to treatment in the juvenile court prior to being transferred to the adult criminal docket, to raise the age for transfer from fourteen years to fifteen years of age, to raise the age of a child from sixteen to eighteen concerning certain protections afforded to an admission, confession or statement by such child, to require the Juvenile Justice Policy and Oversight Committee to continue its review of the state's juvenile justice system, and to prohibit children for being shackled or otherwise restrained prior to being adjudicated as delinquent unless such restraint is necessary to ensure the safety of the public.

Introduced by:
Judiciary Committee

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Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 7/2/2015Signed by the Governor
 6/18/2015Transmitted by Secretary of the State to Governor
 6/18/2015Transmitted to the Secretary of State
 6/15/2015(LCO)Public Act 15-183
 6/2/2015On Consent Calendar / In Concurrence
 6/2/2015Senate Passed as Amended by House Amendment Schedule A
 6/2/2015Senate Adopted House Amendment Schedule A
 5/30/2015Senate Calendar Number 610
 5/30/2015Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
 5/29/2015File Number 910
 5/28/2015Immediate Transmittal to the Senate
 5/27/2015House Passed as Amended by House Amendment Schedule A
 5/27/2015House Adopted House Amendment Schedule A 8195
 4/27/2015(LCO)File Number 747
 4/27/2015House Calendar Number 491
 4/27/2015Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, House
 4/27/2015(LCO)Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office
 4/20/2015(LCO)Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 04/27/15 10:00 AM
 4/10/2015(LCO)Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
 4/9/2015(JUD)Joint Favorable Substitute
 3/26/2015Public Hearing 03/30
 3/25/2015Referred to Joint Committee on Judiciary

Co-sponsors of HB-7050

Rep. Patricia A. Dillon, 92nd Dist.
Rep. Robert Sanchez, 25th Dist.
Rep. Brenda L. Kupchick, 132nd Dist.
Rep. Matthew Ritter, 1st Dist.
Rep. Aundré Bumgardner, 41st Dist.
Rep. Frank N. Nicastro, 79th Dist.
Rep. Emmett D. Riley, 46th Dist.
Rep. Terrie Wood, 141st Dist.
Rep. John T. Shaban, 135th Dist.
Rep. Mary G. Fritz, 90th Dist.
Rep. Elizabeth A. Boukus, 22nd Dist.
Rep. Peter A. Tercyak, 26th Dist.
Rep. Minnie Gonzalez, 3rd Dist.
Rep. Bob Godfrey, 110th Dist.
Rep. Terry B. Adams, 146th Dist.
Rep. Patricia Billie Miller, 145th Dist.
Rep. Robyn A. Porter, 94th Dist.
Rep. Juan R. Candelaria, 95th Dist.
Rep. Brandon L. McGee, 5th Dist.
Rep. Jesse MacLachlan, 35th Dist.
Rep. Hilda E. Santiago, 84th Dist.
Rep. Cecilia Buck-Taylor, 67th Dist.
Rep. Toni E. Walker, 93rd Dist.
Sen. Eric D. Coleman, 2nd Dist.
Sen. Joseph J. Crisco, 17th Dist.
Rep. Joseph C. Serra, 33rd Dist.
Sen. Martin M. Looney, 11th Dist.
Rep. Bruce V. Morris, 140th Dist.
Sen. Marilyn Moore, 22nd Dist.
Sen. Edwin A. Gomes, 23rd Dist.

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