Missouri House of Representatives
94th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session (2008)
Bills Indexed by Subject
CRIMES AND PUNISHMENT


HB 1314 --- Sponsor: Cunningham, Jane --- CoSponsor: Nieves, Brian D.
Requires annual background checks on some school employees, adds certain offenses to the list for which a teacher certification may be revoked, and removes the statute of limitations for certain sex crimes
HB 1323 --- Sponsor: Sater, David --- CoSponsor: Wallace, Maynard
Requires the State Highway Patrol to create, maintain, and make available for public inquiry on the Internet a registry of persons convicted of certain drug offenses
HB 1334 --- Sponsor: Salva, Ray --- CoSponsor: Meadows, Tim
Creates the crime of ticket scalping
HB 1352 --- Sponsor: Page, Sam
Requires public institutions of higher education to check the sexual offender registry prior to making student housing assignments and prohibits housing to anyone required to register as a sexual offender
HB 1357 --- Sponsor: Flook, Tim --- CoSponsor: Cunningham, Jane
Prohibits any person who commits the crime of nonsupport of a spouse or child from being admitted on an excursion gambling boat or casino until the arrearage is satisfied
HB 1379 --- Sponsor: Fallert, Joseph Jr.
Requires registered sexual offenders to notify a park ranger, in writing, prior to camping in a state park
HB 1382 --- Sponsor: Cox, Stanley
Changes the laws regarding the age of victims and offenders in various sexual offenses
HB 1384 --- Sponsor: Cox, Stanley
Changes the laws regarding identity protection and gives identity theft victims the right to have an incident report filed by their law enforcement agency and receive a copy of the report
HB 1396 --- Sponsor: Dusenberg, Gary --- CoSponsor: Ruestman, Marilyn
Requires the Department of Revenue to put a unique code or identifier on the driver's license, nondriver's license, or driver's permit of anyone who is required to register as a sexual offender
HB 1397 --- Sponsor: Dusenberg, Gary --- CoSponsor: Ruestman, Marilyn
Prohibits certain sexual offenders from being physically present within 500 feet of a child care facility
HB 1404 --- Sponsor: Weter, Raymond 'Ray' --- CoSponsor: Bruns, Mark J.
Expands the crime of assault of a law enforcement officer, emergency personnel, or probation and parole officer in the first, second, or third degree to include corrections officers
HB 1405 --- Sponsor: Weter, Raymond 'Ray' --- CoSponsor: Cunningham, Mike
Creates the crimes of possession of a restricted natural substance and unlawful distribution of a restricted natural substance
HB 1411 --- Sponsor: Darrough, Bruce --- CoSponsor: Hodges, Steve
Changes the crime of unlawful possession of a concealable firearm to unlawful possession of a firearm
HB 1421 --- Sponsor: St. Onge, Neal C. --- CoSponsor: Faith, Sally A.
Expands the crimes of involuntary manslaughter and assault of a law enforcement officer, emergency personnel, or probation and parole officer in all degrees to include highway workers in work zones
HB 1429 --- Sponsor: Smith, Joe
Prohibits a person from operating a motor vehicle on public property while using a wireless telephone with certain exceptions
HB 1432 --- Sponsor: Wildberger, Edward --- CoSponsor: Rucker, Martin T.
Expands the crime of tampering with a judicial officer to include juvenile officers and deputy juvenile officers
HB 1436 --- Sponsor: Wildberger, Edward --- CoSponsor: Johnson, Connie "LaJoyce"
Expands the DNA profiling system by requiring any person 18 years of age or older who is arrested for a felony to provide a biological sample for the purpose of DNA profiling analysis
HB 1441 --- Sponsor: Roorda, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Lampe, Sara
Creates the Law Enforcement Safety Fund and authorizes a surcharge in certain criminal cases to fund a contribution system for certain law enforcement employees
HB 1442 --- Sponsor: Roorda, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Oxford, Jeanette Mott
Creates the crime of motorcycle stunt driving
HB 1443 --- Sponsor: Roorda, Jeff
Prohibits a person from intentionally smelling or inhaling the fumes of or inducing or aiding another person in the use or sale of specified solvents
HB 1444 --- Sponsor: Roorda, Jeff
Expands the crime of property damage in the first degree to include knowingly damaging another person's motor vehicle while making entry to steal the vehicle or something within the vehicle
HB 1445 --- Sponsor: Roorda, Jeff
Creates the crime of altering or falsifying drug or alcohol test results or selling or transporting a biological sample or adulterant to falsify test results
HB 1460 --- Sponsor: Schaaf, Robert
Expands the crime of tampering with a judicial officer to include judicial officers or deputy juvenile officers
HB 1464 --- Sponsor: Nolte, Jerry --- CoSponsor: Fisher, Barney
Prohibits the use or possession of an alcohol beverage vaporizer
HB 1468 --- Sponsor: Pratt, Bryan --- CoSponsor: McGhee, Mike
Changes the laws regarding the crime of endangering the welfare of a child in the first degree and adds a penalty for the possession of a controlled substance in the presence of a minor
HB 1473 --- Sponsor: Cunningham, Jane --- CoSponsor: Scharnhorst, Dwight
Changes the laws regarding stealing-related offenses
HB 1481 --- Sponsor: Wells, Don
Expands the crime of resisting arrest to include warrants issued by a court of record or a probation or parole officer
HB 1487 --- Sponsor: Fallert, Joseph Jr. --- CoSponsor: Robinson, Brad
Requires a registered sexual offender to notify a park ranger, in writing, prior to camping in a state park
HB 1488 --- Sponsor: Donnelly, Margaret --- CoSponsor: Storch, Rachel
Changes the laws regarding criminal securities fraud and sets a minimum penalty when it is committed against the elderly or disabled
HB 1489 --- Sponsor: Donnelly, Margaret --- CoSponsor: Schoemehl, Sue
Establishes the Drug Monitoring Act to monitor the prescribing of certain controlled substances and modifies existing record keeping requirements for controlled substances and pseudoephedine products
HB 1493 --- Sponsor: Bruns, Mark J.
Changes the laws regarding crime and crime prevention
HB 1502 --- Sponsor: Bruns, Mark J.
Expands the crime of resisting or interfering with arrest, detention, or stop to include arrests on probation or parole warrants and capias or bench warrants issued by federal, state, or municipal judges
HB 1505 --- Sponsor: Smith, Joe --- CoSponsor: Funderburk, Doug
Creates the crime of cyber harassment and increases the penalty for the crimes of harassment and stalking when committed by an adult against a child
HB 1511 --- Sponsor: Kraus, Will --- CoSponsor: Day, David
Specifies that any person who steals certain wire and electrical devices or any property located on utility property will be guilty of a class D felony
HB 1527 --- Sponsor: Davis, Cynthia L. --- CoSponsor: Onder, Bob
Expands the crime of harassment to include harassment by electronic communications
HB 1530 --- Sponsor: Smith, Joe --- CoSponsor: Jones, Kenny
Allows criminal charges to be filed against a mother who intentionally used or ingested an illegal controlled substance while she was pregnant which resulted in harm to her unborn child
HB 1536 --- Sponsor: Kraus, Will
Prohibits certain sexual offenders from being present in or loitering within 500 feet of any public park or swimming pool
HB 1537 --- Sponsor: Jones, Timothy W. --- CoSponsor: Schoeller, Shane
Prohibits any person required to register as a sexual offender from intentionally photographing a minor without the consent of the minor's parent or guardian
HB 1552 --- Sponsor: Stevenson, Bryan P. --- CoSponsor: Fisher, Barney
Changes the laws regarding the prosecution of certain traffic-related offenses
HB 1566 --- Sponsor: LeVota, Paul --- CoSponsor: Yaeger, Patricia
Prohibits any person from possessing dog fighting paraphernalia and adds a penalty for a second or subsequent offense for persons committing acts related to dog fighting
HB 1567 --- Sponsor: Parson, Michael L.
Creates the crime of murder of a criminal justice official and revises the crime of assault of a law enforcement officer in all degrees to include corrections officers
HB 1569 --- Sponsor: Franz, Ward
Allows counties to assess a fee up to $5 for the county law enforcement restitution fund for certain misdemeanors and infractions
HB 1571 --- Sponsor: Franz, Ward
Expands the crime of resisting or interfering with arrest, stop, or detention to include any arrest, stop, or detention made with a court-authorized warrant or a probation and parole warrant
HB 1583 --- Sponsor: Pearce, David --- CoSponsor: Fisher, Barney
Prohibits any person from owning or operating a sexual offender treatment facility for more than one person who is required to register unless operated by or contracted with a government body
HB 1587 --- Sponsor: Tilley, Steven
Disqualifies convicted felons from jury service even if their civil rights have been restored
HB 1591 --- Sponsor: Lipke, Scott A.
Creates the crime of driving with a controlled substance in a person's body
HB 1593 --- Sponsor: Lipke, Scott A.
Lowers the blood-alcohol content to .08 of 1% for the crime of operating a vessel with excessive blood-alcohol content
HB 1594 --- Sponsor: Bruns, Mark J.
Changes the laws regarding crime and crime prevention
HB 1601 --- Sponsor: Bringer, Rachel
Creates a rebuttable presumption that the person whose name appears in the controlled substance log book which pharmacies are required to keep and maintain is the person whose transaction is recorded
HB 1614 --- Sponsor: Bowman, John L. --- CoSponsor: Roorda, Jeff
Establishes the Commission on the Death Penalty and places a moratorium on all executions until January 1, 2011
HB 1622 --- Sponsor: Bringer, Rachel
Creates the crime of obstruction of justice
HB 1636 --- Sponsor: Jones, Kenny --- CoSponsor: Roorda, Jeff
Creates penalties for corporations, persons, and public utilities that violate any law, order, decision, decree, rule, direction, demand, or requirement relating to federally mandated natural gas safety
HB 1637 --- Sponsor: Bruns, Mark J. --- CoSponsor: Roorda, Jeff
Expands the crime of furnishing pornographic material to minors by including engaging in lewd communication or conversation with a minor via the Internet
HB 1638 --- Sponsor: Bruns, Mark J. --- CoSponsor: Roorda, Jeff
Expands the crime of furnishing pornographic material to minors by increasing the penalty and specifies that the offender commits the crime if he or she believes the person is a minor
HB 1642 --- Sponsor: Lipke, Scott A.
Changes the laws regarding crime prevention
HB 1647 --- Sponsor: Viebrock, James
Makes the use of an electronic recording device in a polling place an election offense
HB 1649 --- Sponsor: Franz, Ward --- CoSponsor: Nieves, Brian D.
Restricts the driver's license of a registered sexual offender to no more than one year and revokes the license if the offender fails to register as required by law
HB 1654 --- Sponsor: Nance, Bob --- CoSponsor: Cox, Stanley
Requires certain detained juveniles to be reported to the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement if there is probable cause to believe that they are illegal aliens
HB 1681 --- Sponsor: Meiners, Kate
Expands the DNA profiling system by requiring any person 18 years of age or older who is arrested for a felony to provide a biological sample for the purpose of DNA profiling analysis
HB 1684 --- Sponsor: Meiners, Kate
Establishes the Missouri Political Cyberfraud Act and creates the crime of political cyberfraud
HB 1702 --- Sponsor: Brown, Jason
Creates the crime of using a mobile communication device while operating a motor vehicle if the driver is younger than 18 years of age
HB 1703 --- Sponsor: Bruns, Mark J. --- CoSponsor: Dusenberg, Gary
Revises the laws regarding prior, persistent, aggravated, and chronic intoxication-related traffic offenders and requires continuous alcohol monitoring as a condition of parole or probation for some offenders
HB 1724 --- Sponsor: Davis, Cynthia L. --- CoSponsor: McGhee, Mike
Requires registered sexual offenders to provide all of their electronic mail addresses to the appropriate law enforcement agency
HB 1756 --- Sponsor: Walton, Juanita Head --- CoSponsor: Moore, Danielle
Changes the punishment for counterfeiting and requires the forfeiture of counterfeit goods, the materials and implements used to produce them, and the property used in the commission of the crime
HB 1759 --- Sponsor: Storch, Rachel --- CoSponsor: Oxford, Jeanette Mott
Expands the crime of bribery of a public servant
HB 1767 --- Sponsor: Wildberger, Edward --- CoSponsor: Nance, Bob
Requires suspected illegals who cannot prove their legal status who appear in court for any state law or municipal ordinance violation to be held in jail until they are reported to federal authorities
HB 1777 --- Sponsor: Talboy, Mike --- CoSponsor: Low, Beth
Changes the laws regarding the crime of animal neglect
HB 1799 --- Sponsor: Ruzicka, Don --- CoSponsor: Jones, Kenny
Specifies that the statute of limitations for any offense that is classified as a class A misdemeanor will be two years
HB 1814 --- Sponsor: Flook, Tim
Prohibits persons convicted of statutory rape or sodomy in the first degree from being eligible for probation, parole, or conditional release for five years if the victim is younger than 12 years of age
HB 1826 --- Sponsor: Komo, Sam --- CoSponsor: Wildberger, Edward
Creates the crime of impersonating a minor or someone else
HB 1837 --- Sponsor: Low, Beth
Allows for the compensation of a person wrongfully convicted and imprisoned
HB 1852 --- Sponsor: Smith, Joe
Changes the laws regarding the crimes of harassment and stalking and adds them to the list of crimes schools must report to law enforcement
HB 1855 --- Sponsor: Harris, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Bruns, Mark J.
Increases the penalty for endangering the welfare of a child in the first degree when shaking a child younger than five years of age to a minimum of 15 years in prison
HB 1870 --- Sponsor: Deeken, Bill --- CoSponsor: Johnson, Connie "LaJoyce"
Establishes the Commission on the Death Penalty and places a moratorium on all executions until January 1, 2012
HB 1885 --- Sponsor: Yates, Brian David
Allows the Attorney General to bring a cause of action for unlawful merchandising practices when a financial institution's name is deceptively used
HB 1889 --- Sponsor: Meadows, Tim --- CoSponsor: Harris, Belinda
Requires the State Highway Patrol to provide a real-time electronic log book to all pharmacies to enter sales of pseudoephedrine products
HB 1907 --- Sponsor: Fallert, Joseph Jr. --- CoSponsor: Harris, Belinda
Prohibits certain sexual offenders from being present in or loitering within 1,000 yards of a state park
HB 1915 --- Sponsor: Cox, Stanley --- CoSponsor: Onder, Bob
Revises the crime of sexual misconduct involving a child to make it in the first degree and creates the infraction of sexual misconduct involving a child in the second degree
HB 1927 --- Sponsor: Frame, Michael --- CoSponsor: Roorda, Jeff
Authorizes the State Highway Patrol to develop and implement a real-time electronic logbook for sales of pseudoephedrine and requires pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to report sales
HB 1941 --- Sponsor: Schad, Rodney --- CoSponsor: Fisher, Barney
Adds farm-raised quail and pheasant to the list of animals considered as livestock as it applies to the crime of stealing
HB 1953 --- Sponsor: Lembke, Jim --- CoSponsor: Ruestman, Marilyn
Prohibits a person from knowingly creating a mixed human-animal embryo, a class D felony
HB 1962 --- Sponsor: LeVota, Paul --- CoSponsor: Grill, Jason
Revises the crime of murder in the first degree to include knowingly causing the death of a child younger than 18 years of age when a heinous element is involved in the commission of the crime
HB 1963 --- Sponsor: Pearce, David --- CoSponsor: LeVota, Paul
Changes the laws regarding the telemarketing No-call List and creates the crime of caller identification spoofing
HB 1964 --- Sponsor: LeVota, Paul --- CoSponsor: Page, Sam
Establishes the Identity Theft Prevention Act which specifies the procedures for a person to place a security freeze on his or her consumer report
HB 1980 --- Sponsor: Ruestman, Marilyn --- CoSponsor: McGhee, Mike
Expands the DNA profiling system by requiring any person 18 years of age or older who is arrested for a felony to provide a biological sample for the purpose of DNA profiling analysis
HB 1997 --- Sponsor: Jones, Kenny
Establishes the Law Enforcement Safety Act which allows certain information on law enforcement officers to remain confidential unless the information is used in a criminal investigation
HB 2026 --- Sponsor: Emery, Edgar G. H. --- CoSponsor: Ruestman, Marilyn
Regulates sexually oriented businesses
HB 2031 --- Sponsor: Nasheed, Jamilah --- CoSponsor: Hoskins, Theodore
Authorizes the expungement of certain criminal records
HB 2039 --- Sponsor: Munzlinger, Brian --- CoSponsor: Dougherty, Curt
Creates the crime of removing an electronic or radio transmitting collar from a dog without the permission of the dog's owner with the intent to prevent or hinder the owner from locating the dog
HB 2041 --- Sponsor: Fisher, Barney
Changes the laws regarding employment
HB 2049 --- Sponsor: Skaggs, Trent --- CoSponsor: Talboy, Mike
Establishes a task force to develop guidelines for eyewitness evidence in criminal investigations
HB 2053 --- Sponsor: Jones, Kenny --- CoSponsor: Munzlinger, Brian
Removes the duty to retreat from certain locations when a person reasonably believes deadly force is necessary to defend himself or another person from unlawful force by another person
HB 2073 --- Sponsor: Grisamore, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Pratt, Bryan
Requires the State Highway Patrol to collect any online identifiers used by a registered sexual offender and allows certain businesses to use the data to check for a match with a registered offender
HB 2074 --- Sponsor: Grisamore, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Pratt, Bryan
Allows grant money distributed by the Department of Public Safety to investigate Internet sex crimes against children to be used to also fund training for prosecuting and circuit attorneys
HB 2097 --- Sponsor: Cox, Stanley
Specifies that a person will be guilty of a class C felony when stealing from a mercantile establishment under certain circumstances
HB 2119 --- Sponsor: Roorda, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Bruns, Mark J.
Specifies that any person who unlawfully distributes or delivers any controlled substance to any person which causes that person's death will be guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the first degree
HB 2120 --- Sponsor: Roorda, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Schieffer, Ed
Expands the list of Schedule II controlled substances to include several nitrites
HB 2122 --- Sponsor: Roorda, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Bruns, Mark J.
Establishes the Shawn Hornbeck Educational Reimbursement Program
HB 2146 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Larry --- CoSponsor: Wallace, Maynard
Allows noncharter counties to adopt noise ordinances prohibiting amplified noise above a specified decibel level without the written permission of the county commission
HB 2153 --- Sponsor: Silvey, Ryan --- CoSponsor: Skaggs, Trent
Prohibits a person younger than 21 years of age who is not an underage entertainer from being allowed inside a drinking establishment
HB 2157 --- Sponsor: Cox, Stanley
Changes the laws regarding identity protection and gives identity theft victims the right to have an incident report filed by their law enforcement agency and receive a copy of the report
HB 2162 --- Sponsor: Grill, Jason --- CoSponsor: Talboy, Mike
Establishes provisions for the prevention of and protection from security breaches
HB 2168 --- Sponsor: Grill, Jason --- CoSponsor: McClanahan, Rebecca
Increases the penalty for the crime of selling, providing, or distributing tobacco products to any person younger than 18 years of age
HB 2188 --- Sponsor: Pearce, David --- CoSponsor: Cunningham, Mike
Creates civil and criminal penalties for individuals committing mortgage fraud and imposes sanctions upon certain licensed and unlicensed persons who commit the crime
HB 2203 --- Sponsor: Pratt, Bryan --- CoSponsor: Pearce, David
Establishes the Consumer Protection Against Computer Spyware Act
HB 2205 --- Sponsor: Sutherland, Mike
Creates the crimes of operation of a vehicle causing injury, operation of a vehicle causing serious injury, and operation of a vehicle causing death
HB 2223 --- Sponsor: Pratt, Bryan
Creates the crimes of assault of an employee of a mass transit system while in the scope of his or her duties in the first, second, and third degrees
HB 2227 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Kevin --- CoSponsor: Nance, Bob
Allows the court to order a person's vehicle impounded for up to one year as part of a penalty for driving while intoxicated
HB 2237 --- Sponsor: Komo, Sam --- CoSponsor: Schieffer, Ed
Prohibits any person from transporting, moving, attempting to transport, concealing, harboring, or sheltering any illegal alien in this state
HB 2242 --- Sponsor: Cooper, Robert Wayne --- CoSponsor: Guest, Jim
Creates a civil penalty and a cause of action for damages for coerced subcutaneous implantation of an identification device
HB 2255 --- Sponsor: Guest, Jim --- CoSponsor: Franz, Ward
Allows any local governing agency to establish a work for restitution program and requires certain nonviolent offenders to participate in and complete the program
HB 2257 --- Sponsor: Bruns, Mark J. --- CoSponsor: Wildberger, Edward
Establishes the Fire Safety Standard and Firefighter Protection Act which prohibits the sale of any cigarette that has not been tested, certified, and marked that it has met certain performance standards
HB 2267 --- Sponsor: LeVota, Paul --- CoSponsor: Darrough, Bruce
Requires a person who has reasonable cause to believe that a pharmacist's or other health care professional's conduct is illegal or could cause serious injury to make a report to specific authorities
HB 2270 --- Sponsor: Roorda, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Meadows, Tim
Requires certified law enforcement officers to review video footage of red light cameras prior to issuing summons and requires positive identification of the license plate of the vehicle
HB 2275 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Connie "LaJoyce"
Changes the laws regarding forensic examinations on victims of alleged sexual offenses
HB 2287 --- Sponsor: Harris, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Nasheed, Jamilah
Prohibits certain sex offenders from residing within 1,000 feet or from being present or loitering within 500 feet of a public city or municipal park
HB 2288 --- Sponsor: Harris, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Daus, Michael
Changes the laws regarding campaign contributions
HB 2292 --- Sponsor: Faith, Sally A. --- CoSponsor: Pollock, Darrell
Specifies that any person who commits a steady red light violation that is detected and enforced through an automated photo red light enforcement system will be guilty of an infraction
HB 2335 --- Sponsor: Daus, Michael
Allows a left turn on a red light from a one-way street into another one-way street upon yielding to pedistrians and any other traffic
HB 2340 --- Sponsor: Corcoran, Michael George
Changes the laws regarding domestic violence
HB 2363 --- Sponsor: Dusenberg, Gary --- CoSponsor: Yates, Brian David
Changes the laws regarding criminal history records information
HB 2366 --- Sponsor: Onder, Bob --- CoSponsor: Nolte, Jerry
Changes the laws regarding illegal aliens and immigration status verification
HB 2368 --- Sponsor: Roorda, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Page, Sam
Defines "intoxication-related traffic homicide" and expands certain intoxication-related traffic offenses to include intoxication-related traffic homicide
HB 2371 --- Sponsor: Harris, Jeff --- CoSponsor: George, Tony
Establishes the Child Predation Prevention Act of 2008 regarding the sexual exploitation of a child and model curriculum for educating children regarding Internet safety
HB 2373 --- Sponsor: Harris, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Roorda, Jeff
Imposes additional penalties on a person who has been convicted of an intoxication-related traffic offense when his or her blood-alcohol content was .16 of 1% or higher
HB 2374 --- Sponsor: Cox, Stanley
Creates the crime of failure to adequately control an animal if the owner intentionally or negligently fails to adequately control his or her animal and it bites or causes physical injury or property damage
HB 2375 --- Sponsor: Hubbard, Rodney R. --- CoSponsor: Oxford, Jeanette Mott
Repeals the death penalty in Missouri
HB 2384 --- Sponsor: Stevenson, Bryan P. --- CoSponsor: Silvey, Ryan
Changes the laws regarding crimes against children who are younger than 12 years of age
HB 2391 --- Sponsor: Roorda, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Darrough, Bruce
Requires the juvenile court to publish the time, date, and location of certain juvenile court proceedings in a court docket and to post it in a conspicuous and readily-accessible location in the courthouse
HB 2406 --- Sponsor: Deeken, Bill
Prohibits any person younger than 18 years of age to sell cigarettes or tobacco products or for any person to require a person younger than 18 years of age to sell cigarettes or tobacco products
HB 2416 --- Sponsor: Cunningham, Jane --- CoSponsor: Meiners, Kate
Changes the laws regarding dog fighting
HB 2444 --- Sponsor: Bland, Craig C. --- CoSponsor: Lowe, Jenee' M.
Allows certain convicted felons to be eligible to receive federal Food Stamp Program benefits if they meet certain requirements
HB 2445 --- Sponsor: Sutherland, Mike
Changes the laws regarding the ownership, possession, or keeping of certain wild animals and requires them to be registered with the chief law enforcement official in the county where the animal is kept
HB 2484 --- Sponsor: Low, Beth --- CoSponsor: Baker, Judy
Prohibits the manufacture, sale, or distribution of any toy or child care item containing certain phthalates
HB 2503 --- Sponsor: Roorda, Jeff
Prohibits owners, operators, or managers of facilities that harbor animals from knowingly allowing any person paying a fee to kill an animal that is confined, restrainted, or prevented from escaping
HB 2504 --- Sponsor: Roorda, Jeff
Removes pseudoephedrine from the list of Schedule V controlled substances and adds it to the list of Schedule II controlled substances
HB 2510 --- Sponsor: Stevenson, Bryan P. --- CoSponsor: Schad, Rodney
Specifies that a person's prior plea of or a finding of guilty in a county or municipal court for an intoxication-related traffic offense must be considered when determining punishment for a new offense
HB 2518 --- Sponsor: Hunter, Steve --- CoSponsor: Stevenson, Bryan P.
Prohibits the issuance of a permit to hold any amateur or professional full-contact karate or mixed martial arts contest in which any contestant is younger than 18 years of age
HB 2525 --- Sponsor: Pratt, Bryan --- CoSponsor: Smith, Joe
Specifies that a person's prior conviction, plea of, or finding of guilty in a municipal court for an intoxication-related offense must be considered when determining punishment for a new offense
HB 2563 --- Sponsor: Harris, Jeff --- CoSponsor: McGhee, Mike
Allows the State Highway Patrol to release Internet identifiers to authorized Internet entities to prescreen or remove sexual offenders from their services
HB 2567 --- Sponsor: Silvey, Ryan --- CoSponsor: Bruns, Mark J.
Specifies that a person's prior plea of guilty or a finding of guilty in an intoxication-related traffic offense must be considered when determining his or her punishment for a similar new offense
HB 2579 --- Sponsor: Cunningham, Jane
Imposes a fine when school officers and employees who are mandated reporters fail to report as required by law and subjects students who make false allegations to disciplinary action
HCR 48 --- Sponsor: Storch, Rachel --- CoSponsor: Day, David
Urges Congress to reauthorize the Debbie Smith DNA backlog grant program
SB 714 --- Sponsor: Loudon, John
Modifies various provisions relating to sexual offenses
SB 733 --- Sponsor: Champion, Norma
Requires crime laboratories providing reports or testimony to a state court to be accredited
SB 737 --- Sponsor: Bartle, Matt
Regulates sexually oriented businesses
SB 754 --- Sponsor: Mayer, Robert
Modifies provisions relating to the DNA profiling system
SB 758 --- Sponsor: Loudon, John
Modifies various provisions relating to sexual offenses
SB 763 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Yvonne S.
Criminalizes displaying a noose for the purpose of intimidation
SB 764 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Yvonne S.
Modifies the eligibility requirements for food stamp assistance
SB 766 --- Sponsor: Goodman, Jack
Criminalizes prenatal drug or alcohol use
SB 767 --- Sponsor: Goodman, Jack
Modifies provisions relating to the public defender system
SB 784 --- Sponsor: Coleman, Maida
Eliminates mandatory minimum sentencing for certain felons
SB 787 --- Sponsor: Scott, Delbert
Creates penalties for individuals who set fires in areas proclaimed to be in extraordinary danger from fire
SB 794 --- Sponsor: Mayer, Robert
Modifies provisions relating to the DNA profiling system
SB 800 --- Sponsor: Days, Rita D.
Creates a commission to study the death penalty in Missouri and prohibits use of the death penalty for a time period
SB 802 --- Sponsor: Mayer, Robert
Modifies record-keeping requirements for purchasers of scrap metal and creates penalties for unlawful purchases of certain scrap metals
SB 812 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Yvonne S.
Expands the crime of unlawful use of weapons to include discharging a firearm for celebrating in an urban area
SB 813 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Yvonne S.
Prohibits the ownership, possession, or discharge of a taser or stun gun
SB 818 --- Sponsor: Rupp, Scott T.
Modifies various provisions relating to stalking and harassment
SB 819 --- Sponsor: Purgason, Chuck
Modifies laws relating to dogs
SB 834 --- Sponsor: Purgason, Chuck
Modifies laws relating to dogs
SB 835 --- Sponsor: Bray, Joan
Eliminates the death penalty
SB 836 --- Sponsor: Bray, Joan
Creates the crime of negligent storage of a firearm
SB 847 --- Sponsor: Shoemyer, Wes
Requires farmers to pay a fee for retaining genetically-modified seed
SB 851 --- Sponsor: Justus, Jolie L.
Prohibits a person convicted of a dangerous felony from possessing a concealable firearm regardless of when the person was confined
SB 861 --- Sponsor: Shoemyer, Wes
Redefines the term "intoxication-related traffic offense"
SB 862 --- Sponsor: Shoemyer, Wes
Creates notification requirements prior to entry onto private property to investigate or enforce contracts for certain agricultural products
SB 899 --- Sponsor: Loudon, John
Modifies various provisions relating to sexual offenses
SB 912 --- Sponsor: Engler, Kevin
Creates the crime of murder of a criminal justice official and expands the crime of assault of a law enforcement officer, emergency personnel, or probation or parole officer to include corrections pers
SB 922 --- Sponsor: Goodman, Jack
Modifies the crime of making a false declaration
SB 932 --- Sponsor: Loudon, John
Allows grant money distributed by the Department of Public Safety to investigate internet sex crimes against children to be used to fund training for prosecuting and circuit attorneys
SB 933 --- Sponsor: Loudon, John
Modifies various provisions relating to sexual offenses
SB 941 --- Sponsor: Clemens, Dan
Modifies the definition of livestock for which it is a crime to steal, makes stealing certain quail or pheasants a crime, and modifies the penalties for such offenders
SB 975 --- Sponsor: Ridgeway, Luann
Requires alcohol monitoring for persons with repeat alcohol-related offenses in certain circumstances instead of serving a more lengthy mandatory minimum sentence
SB 982 --- Sponsor: Purgason, Chuck
Modifies laws relating to dogs
SB 985 --- Sponsor: Shoemyer, Wes
Modifies the crime of making a false declaration
SB 998 --- Sponsor: Crowell, Jason
Prohibits convicted felons whose civil rights have been restored from participating in jury service
SB 1002 --- Sponsor: Justus, Jolie L.
Modifies the penalties for certain zoning violations
SB 1018 --- Sponsor: Rupp, Scott T.
Allows municipalities in St. Charles County to adopt ordinances for the well-being of the community and enforce such ordinances with a fine not to exceed $1,000 or three months of imprisonment
SB 1031 --- Sponsor: Koster, Chris
Increases the penalty for parental kidnapping when the child is taken for certain periods of time
SB 1032 --- Sponsor: Dempsey, Tom
Modifies provisions relating to dangerous animal registration
SB 1045 --- Sponsor: Dempsey, Tom
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SB 1054 --- Sponsor: Dempsey, Tom
Modifies provisions relating to juvenile courts and juvenile court jurisdiction
SB 1058 --- Sponsor: Mayer, Robert
Enacts provisions regarding the coercion of abortions
SB 1063 --- Sponsor: Koster, Chris
Creates the Missouri Methamphetamine Project
SB 1079 --- Sponsor: Bray, Joan
Enacts a state-wide smoking ban
SB 1088 --- Sponsor: Clemens, Dan
Makes it unlawful for a person to possess, distribute, deliver, manufacture, produce, or cultivate a restricted natural substance, also known as jimson weed
SB 1095 --- Sponsor: Loudon, John
Creates the crime of aggravated child kidnapping
SB 1172 --- Sponsor: Goodman, Jack
Modifies various provisions relating to weapons
SB 1178 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A.
Modifies property posting provisions
SB 1185 --- Sponsor: Gibbons, Michael R.
Modifies various provisions relating to prosecutors
SB 1194 --- Sponsor: Goodman, Jack
Increases the punishment for forcibe rape or sodomy of a child under the age of twelve to be either death or life imprisonment without probation or parole
SB 1208 --- Sponsor: Goodman, Jack
Repeals the current procedures regarding criminal activity forfeiture actions and establishes new procedures
SB 1219 --- Sponsor: Lager, Brad
Allows criminal prosecution of mother for harm to unborn child due to intentional and unlawful use of controlled substances
SB 1237 --- Sponsor: Goodman, Jack
Provides that the filing of criminal charges are not a prerequisite for release on bail
SB 1238 --- Sponsor: Goodman, Jack
Expands the crime of resisting arrest, stop, or detention
SB 1243 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A.
Expands the crime of resisting arrest, stop, or detention to include resisting an arrest, stop, or detention for any warrant issued by a court or probation and parole officer
SB 1257 --- Sponsor: Goodman, Jack
Creates new criminal penalties for killing or assaulting a highway worker

Missouri House of Representatives
Last Updated May 27, 2008 at 4:57 pm