Restrictions on the Dissemination and Use of Criminal History Record Information for Certain Criminal Convictions
|Sponsor:||Representative Rachel Talbot-Ross, House 40|
|Bill #:||LD 776|
UPDATE: This bill received a divided report from the committee.
This bill amends the law concerning a post-judgment motion by a person seeking to satisfy the prerequisites for obtaining special restrictions on the dissemination and use of criminal history record information for certain criminal convictions in the following ways:
1. Current law makes convictions of only certain Class E crimes eligible for special restrictions on dissemination and use of criminal history record information. This bill expands eligibility to include convictions of both certain Class E crimes and certain Class D crimes;
2. Current law allows eligibility for restrictions on dissemination and use of criminal history record information only for persons who at the time of the commission of the crime were 18 to 20 years of age. This bill expands eligibility to a person who at the time of the commission of the crime was 18 to 25 years of age; and
3. This bill removes the provision repealing the current law October 1, 2019.