CS/HB 7105: Expunging and Sealing Criminal History Records
GENERAL BILL by Justice Appropriations Subcommittee ; Criminal Justice Subcommittee ; Latvala ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Pritchett
Expunging and Sealing Criminal History Records; Provides for nonjudicial expunction of criminal history records at age 21 years for minors who are not serious or habitual juvenile offenders; establishes nonjudicial expunction process within FDLE for specified criminal history records; specifies types of records eligible; provides for effect of this expunction; revises provisions relating to court-ordered expunction; revises provisions relating to nonjudicial process within FDLE for sealing of specified records; conforms provisions. APPROPRIATION: $500,000
Last Action: 4/28/2015 House - Died in Judiciary Committee
Bill Text: PDF
• Introduced -HJ 279
• Referred to Justice Appropriations Subcommittee; Judiciary Committee -HJ 295
• On Committee agenda-- Justice Appropriations Subcommittee, 03/30/15, 12:30 pm, Morris Hall
• CS by Justice Appropriations Subcommittee; YEAS 12 NAYS 0 -HJ 353
• Pending review of CS under Rule 7.19(c)
• CS by Justice Appropriations Subcommittee read 1st time -HJ 353
• Now in Judiciary Committee -HJ 363
• Died in Judiciary Committee
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