House Bill 5

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Last Action 02/07/24: to Judiciary (S)
Title AN ACT relating to crimes and punishments.
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Bill Request Number 128
Sponsors J. Bauman, S. Baker, D. Bentley, J. Blanton, K. Bratcher, S. Bratcher, E. Callaway, M. Clines, J. Decker, S. Dietz, M. Dossett, R. Dotson, R. Duvall, D. Fister, P. Flannery, K. Fleming, C. Freeland, C. Fugate, J. Gooch Jr., D. Hale, R. Heath, J. Hodgson, T. Huff, M. Imes, K. Jackson, DJ Johnson, J. Justice, K. King, S. Lewis, M. Lockett, S. McPherson, A. Neighbors, J. Nemes, D. Osborne, M. Pollock, P. Pratt, S. Rawlings, R. Raymer, S. Riley, S. Sharp, N. Tate, W. Thomas, J. Tipton, T. Truett, B. Wesley, R. White, W. Williams, N. Wilson, S. Witten
Summary of Original Version Create new sections of KRS Chapter 532 to define "violent felony" and enhance sentencing for a person convicted of a third violent felony; prohibit probation, parole, or other form of release for a person who commits a crime using a weapon that is stolen, defaced, loaded with restricted ammunition, or otherwise violates state law; amend KRS 610.070 to require a parent, legal guardian, or custodian to be present at court proceedings involving a child in the juvenile justice system; create a new section of KRS Chapter 610 to establish penalty; amend KRS 507.020 to expand offense of murder; amend KRS 507.030 to expand offense of manslaughter in the first degree; amend KRS 507.040 to expand offense of manslaughter in the second degree; amend KRS 218A.1412 to provide increased penalties for certain trafficking offenses; create a new section of KRS Chapter 515 to create a new offense of carjacking; amend KRS 512.020 and 512.030 to lower the threshold for criminal mischief in the first degree to $500; amend KRS 149.410, 506.160, and 525.220 to conform; amend KRS 520.050 to enhance promoting contraband to a Class B felony if the dangerous contraband is fentanyl, carfentanil, or a fentanyl derivative; amend KRS 16.220 to allow purchase of a confiscated firearm by a person who bids under the condition that they not take possession of the firearm, but instead leave it with the Department of Kentucky State Police for destruction; prohibit government agencies from purchasing the firearm; make technical corrections; create new sections of KRS Chapters 511, 198A, and 65 to establish the offense of criminal street camping and provide exceptions; amend KRS 503.080 to conform; amend KRS 202C.050 to reduce requirements to find a person subject to involuntary commitment pursuant to KRS Chapter 202C; amend KRS 186.417 to include felony offenders released from county jails and local correctional facilities among those who may be issued personal identification cards or operator's licenses under certain conditions; amend KRS 431.510 to define terms; prohibit any charitable bail organization from posting bail in excess of $5,000; prohibit any charitable bail organization from posting bail for any offense of domestic violence and abuse or dating violence and abuse, and for any offense under a civil court order or warrant under KRS 222.430 to 222.437; establish that any bond ordered forfeited following a new criminal offense shall be distributed to the victim of the new offense; require publication of records and annual reporting to the General Assembly; create new section of KRS Chapter 507 to create the offense of murder of a first responder and establish penalties; amend KRS 506.010 to conform; amend KRS 532.025 to include the murder of first responders as an aggravating circumstance for the death penalty; amend KRS 532.036 to allow restitution following a conviction for Murder of a first responder; amend KRS 439.320 to provide that members of the Parole Board shall serve at the pleasure of the Governor, that panels of the board shall consist of not less than three and not more than six members, and that all members of the panel must agree on a decision or the matter shall be referred to the full board; amend KRS 439.330 to require that parole be granted upon a two-thirds vote of the full board; amend KRS 433.236 to limit liability for shopkeepers; amend KRS 439.3401 to add a person who has been convicted of or entered a plea of guilty to a Class B felony violation of KRS 520.050 to the definition of "violent offender" and to include carjacking and attempted murder in the list of violent offenses; amend KRS 508.075 and 508.078, relating to terroristic threatening, to include any workplace or any gathering of 3 or more persons; amend KRS 524.040 to include harassing communications as conduct constituting intimidation of a participant in the legal process; amend KRS 439.340 to allow the Parole Board to order participation in a specific violence reduction program as a condition of parole; amend KRS 533.030 to allow a court to require participation in a specific violence reduction program as a condition of probation or conditional discharge; amend KRS 403.763 and 456.180 to enhance a second or subsequent violation of an order of protection within a five-year period to a Class D felony; amend KRS 500.080 to include family members, members of an unmarried couple, and persons in a dating relationship, in application of a particular definition of serious physical injury; amend KRS 514.020 to reduce the time required to establish prima facie evidence of theft by deception of rented or leased property that is not returned to the owner from 10 days to four days; amend KRS 196.031 to require the annual report to also include the percentage of offenders who commit new offenses within two years; amend KRS 520.095 to enhance fleeing or evading police in the first degree to a Class C felony; provide that the defendant shall not be released on probation, shock probation, conditional discharge, or parole until he or she has served at least 50 percent of the sentence imposed; amend KRS 520.100 to enhance fleeing or evading police in the second degree to a Class D felony; amend KRS 532.100 to provide sentences for two or more felony sec crimes shall run consecutives; provide that the defendant shall not be released on probation, shock probation, conditional discharge, or parole until he or she has served at least 50 percent of the sentence imposed; amend KRS 158.155 to require school employees to report certain enumerated crimes to law enforcement; repeal KRS 512.040, which establishes the crime of criminal mischief in the third degree and KRS 158.154, which deals with discipline in schools; EFFECTIVE, in part, August 1, 2025.
Index Headings of Original Version Fees - DNA, sample collection at arraignment, state fee to local agency
Firearms and Weapons - Confiscated firearms, destruction after auction
Firearms and Weapons - Probation and parole, prohibition, crimes committed with illegal firearms
Firearms and Weapons - Terroristic threatening, workplaces and gatherings of 3 or more persons
Jails and Jailers - Promoting contraband, fentanyl, penalty enhancement
Judges and Court Commissioners - Intimidation, harassing communications
Juries and Jurors - Intimidation, harassing communications
Landlord and Tenant - Monetary amount of damage to qualify for criminal mischief offenses, reduction
Landlord and Tenant - Theft by deception of rental property, timing requirement
Motor Vehicles - Carjacking, creation of offense
Police, State - Confiscated firearms, destruction after auction
Probation and Parole - Crimes committed with illegal firearms
Probation and Parole - Parole Board, grant of parole, requirement
Probation and Parole - Report, offenders who commit new offenses, requirement
Probation and Parole - Violence reduction program, participation as a condition of probation or parole
Property - Confiscated firearms, destruction after auction
Crimes and Punishments - Violent offender, promoting contraband, Class B felony violation
Criminal Procedure - Charitable bail organizations, prohibition, certain offenses
Criminal Procedure - Fleeing or evading police in the first degree, penalty enhancement
Criminal Procedure - Fleeing or evading police in the second degree, penalty enhancement
Criminal Procedure - Liability, shopkeepers, limitation
Criminal Procedure - Murder, inclusion of sale of fentanyl
Criminal Procedure - Parent or guardian, attendance at court hearings, requirement
Criminal Procedure - Probation and parole, prohibition, crimes committed with illegal firearms
Criminal Procedure - Promoting contraband, fentanyl, penalty enhancement
Criminal Procedure - Sentencing for violent felonies, enhancement
Criminal Procedure - Violence reduction program, participation as a condition of probation or parole
Criminal Procedure - Violent offender, promoting contraband, Class B felony violation
Domestic Relations - Orders of protection, second or subsequent violation, Class D felony
Domestic Relations - Serious physical injury, definition, inclusion of certain relationships
Drugs and Medicines - Murder, inclusion of sale of fentanyl
Drugs and Medicines - Promoting contraband, fentanyl, penalty enhancement
Effective Dates, Delayed - Technical correction removing reference to KRS 512.040, August 1, 2025
Explosives - Terroristic threatening, workplaces and gatherings of 3 or more persons
Courts - Carjacking, creation of offense
Courts - Charitable bail organizations, prohibition, exceptions
Courts - Intimidation, harassing communications
Courts - Monetary amount of damage to qualify for criminal mischief offenses, reduction
Courts - Parent or guardian, attendance at court hearings, requirement
Courts, Circuit - Orders of protection, second or subsequent violation, Class D felony
Courts, Circuit - Sentencing for violent felonies, enhancement
Courts, District - Orders of protection, second or subsequent violation, Class D felony
Crime Victims - Orders of protection, second or subsequent violation, Class D felony
Crime Victims - Serious physical injury, definition, inclusion of certain relationships
Crimes and Punishments - Carjacking, creation of offense
Crimes and Punishments - Charitable bail organizations, prohibition, exceptions
Crimes and Punishments - Fleeing or evading police in the first degree, penalty enhancement
Crimes and Punishments - Fleeing or evading police in the second degree, penalty enhancement
Crimes and Punishments - Intimidation, harassing communications
Crimes and Punishments - Manslaughter in the first degree, distribution of fentanyl
Crimes and Punishments - Manslaughter in the second degree, distribution of controlled substance
Crimes and Punishments - Monetary amount of damage to qualify for criminal mischief offenses, reduction
Crimes and Punishments - Murder, inclusion of sale of fentanyl
Crimes and Punishments - Orders of protection, second or subsequent violation, Class D felony
Crimes and Punishments - Parent or guardian, attendance at court hearings, requirement
Crimes and Punishments - Parole Board, grant of parole, requirement
Crimes and Punishments - Probation and parole, prohibition, crimes committed with illegal firearms
Crimes and Punishments - Promoting contraband, fentanyl, penalty enhancement
Crimes and Punishments - Sentencing for violent felonies, enhancement
Crimes and Punishments - Serious physical injury, definition, inclusion of certain relationships
Crimes and Punishments - Terroristic threatening, workplaces and gatherings of 3 or more persons
Crimes and Punishments - Theft by deception of rental property, timing requirement
Crimes and Punishments - Violence reduction program, participation as a condition of probation or parole
Property - Theft by deception of rental property, timing requirement
Prosecutors - Intimidation, harassing communications
Courts, Family - Orders of protection, second or subsequent violation, Class D felony
Public Safety - Terroristic threatening, workplaces and gatherings of 3 or more persons
Bail and Pretrial Release - Charitable bail organizations, prohibition, exceptions
Bonds of Surety - Charitable bail organizations, prohibition, exceptions
Charitable Organizations and Institutions - Charitable bail organizations, restrictions, required reporting
Children and Minors - Parent or guardian, attendance at court hearings, requirement
Civil Actions - Liability, shopkeepers, limitation
Corrections and Correctional Facilities, State - Promoting contraband, fentanyl, penalty enhancement
Corrections and Correctional Facilities, State - Report, offenders who commit new offenses, requirement
Boards and Commissions - Parole Board, members, removal
Reports Mandated - General Assembly, annually, required information from charitable bail organizations
Reports Mandated - Justice and Public Safety Cabinet, annual report, information required
Public Protection - Violence reduction program, participation as a condition of probation or parole
Corrections Impact - Carjacking, creation of offense
Local Mandate - Monetary amount of damage to qualify for criminal mischief offenses, reduction
Jump to Proposed Amendments House Committee Substitute 1 with Fiscal Impact Statements
House Floor Amendment 1
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Votes Vote History

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01/09/24
  • introduced in House
  • to Committee on Committees (H)
01/18/24
  • floor amendments (1) and (2) filed
  • to Judiciary (H)
01/19/24
  • reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute (1)
  • floor amendments (3) and (4) filed to Committee Substitute
01/22/24
  • 2nd reading, to Rules
  • floor amendments (5), (7), (9) and (11) filed to Committee Substitute, floor amendments (6), (8), (10) and (12-title) filed to bill
  • posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Tuesday, January 23, 2024
01/23/24
  • floor amendments (13), (14), (15), (16), (17), (18), (19), (20), (21), (22), (23), (24), (25) and (26) filed to Committee Substitute
01/24/24
  • floor amendment (27) filed to Committee Substitute
01/25/24
  • 3rd reading
  • floor amendments (3), (5) and (7) defeated
  • passed 74-22 with Committee Substitute (1) and Floor Amendment (27)
01/26/24
  • received in Senate
  • to Committee on Committees (S)
02/07/24
  • to Judiciary (S)

Proposed Amendments

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Amendment House Committee Substitute 1
Fiscal Impact Statements Corrections Impact to House Committee Substitute 1
Local Mandate to House Committee Substitute 1
Summary Retain original provisions, except Sections 29 and 30, KRS 439.320 and 439.330 related to the Parole Board; change definition of "first responder" in Section 25; create a new section of KRS Chapter 520 to create the offense of fleeing or evading police in the third degree; amend KRS 514.030 to lengthen time period for aggregating theft offenses and establish venue; add severability clause.
Index Headings Courts - Fleeing or evading police in the third degree, creation of offense
Courts - Murder of a first responder, creation of offense
Crimes and Punishments - Fleeing or evading police in the third degree, creation of offense
Crimes and Punishments - Murder of a first responder, creation of offense
Crimes and Punishments - Theft by unlawful taking, aggregation
Criminal Procedure - Theft by unlawful taking, venue
Corrections Impact - Murder of a first responder, creation of offense
Local Mandate - Murder of a first responder, creation of offense

Amendment House Floor Amendment 1
Sponsor L. Burke
Summary Remove provisions relating to the offense of unlawful camping; amend various sections to conform.
Index Headings Civil Procedure - Unlawful camping provisions, deletion
Crimes and Punishments - Unlawful camping provisions, deletion
Criminal Procedure - Unlawful camping provisions, deletion

Amendment House Floor Amendment 2
Sponsor R. Roarx
Summary Remove section providing enhanced sentencing for a person convicted for three violent offenses; amend various sections to conform.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Sentence enhancement for violent felonies, removal
Criminal Procedure - Sentence enhancement for violent felonies, removal

Amendment House Floor Amendment 3
Sponsor R. Roarx
Summary Remove section providing enhanced sentencing for a person convicted for three violent offenses; amend various sections to conform.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Sentence enhancement for violent felonies, removal
Criminal Procedure - Sentence enhancement for violent felonies, removal

Amendment House Floor Amendment 4
Sponsor J. Petrie
Summary Exempt statutorily created housing programs from limitations on funding.
Index Headings Housing, Building, and Construction - Statutorily created housing programs, exempt from limitations
Local Government - Statutorily created housing programs, exempt from limitations
State Agencies - Statutorily created housing programs, exempt from limitations

Amendment House Floor Amendment 5
Sponsor L. Burke
Summary Remove provisions relating to the offense of unlawful camping; amend various sections to conform.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Unlawful camping provisions, deletion
Criminal Procedure - Unlawful camping provisions, deletion
Civil Procedure - Unlawful camping provisions, deletion

Amendment House Floor Amendment 6
Sponsor R. Roarx
Summary Remove sections relating to criminal mischief; amend various sections to conform.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Criminal mischief, sections, removal
Criminal Procedure - Criminal mischief, sections, removal

Amendment House Floor Amendment 7
Sponsor R. Roarx
Summary Remove sections relating to criminal mischief; amend various sections to conform.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Criminal mischief, sections, removal
Criminal Procedure - Criminal mischief, sections, removal

Amendment House Floor Amendment 8
Sponsor K. Herron
Summary Create a new section of KRS Chapter 610 to require that a child not be interrogated without notification being given to the parents; amend KRS 610.200 to require that a parent be notified of how to contact in person a child being held in custody.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Interrogation of children, requirements
Criminal Procedure - Interrogation of children, requirements
Children and Minors - Interrogation of children, requirements
Civil Rights - Interrogation of children, requirements

Amendment House Floor Amendment 9
Sponsor K. Herron
Summary Create a new section of KRS Chapter 610 to require that a child not be interrogated without notification being given to the parents; amend KRS 610.200 to require that a parent be notified of how to contact in person a child being held in custody.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Interrogation of children, requirements
Criminal Procedure - Interrogation of children, requirements
Children and Minors - Interrogation of children, requirements
Civil Rights - Interrogation of children, requirements

Amendment House Floor Amendment 10
Sponsor K. Herron
Summary Amend KRS 218A.133 to provide that a person who seeks or renders aid to someone experiencing a possible drug overdose or is the person experiencing a possible drug overdose cannot be arrested on a warrant or be subject to revocation of his or her conditions of release if the evidence for the arrest or motion to revoke is obtained as a result of the need for aid for the possible drug overdose; establish that the immunity extends from the time law enforcement or medical personnel respond at the location of a possible overdose until law enforcement or medical personnel leave the scene; exclude certain offenses from immunity; require the Office of Drug Control Policy to conduct an overdose good samaritan education and awareness campaign; appropriate funds in the amount of $500,000 from the opioid abatement trust fund to support the campaign; APPROPRIATION.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Drug overdose, person seeking help, arrest or probation or parole revocation, prohibition
Criminal Procedure - Drug overdose, person seeking help, arrest or probation or parole revocation, prohibition
Probation and Parole - Drug overdose, person seeking help, arrest or probation or parole revocation, prohibition
Appropriations - Opioid abatement trust fund, appropriation
Attorney General - Opioid abatement trust fund, appropriation
Budget and Financial Administration - Opioid abatement trust fund, appropriation
Opioids - Opioid abatement trust fund, appropriation
Substance Abuse - Drug overdose, person seeking help, arrest or probation or parole revocation, prohibition

Amendment House Floor Amendment 11
Sponsor K. Herron
Summary Amend KRS 218A.133 to provide that a person who seeks or renders aid to someone experiencing a possible drug overdose or is the person experiencing a possible drug overdose cannot be arrested on a warrant or be subject to revocation of his or her conditions of release if the evidence for the arrest or motion to revoke is obtained as a result of the need for aid for the possible drug overdose; establish that the immunity extends from the time law enforcement or medical personnel respond at the location of a possible overdose until law enforcement or medical personnel leave the scene; exclude certain offenses from immunity; require the Office of Drug Control Policy to conduct an overdose good samaritan education and awareness campaign; appropriate funds in the amount of $500,000 from the opioid abatement trust fund to support the campaign; APPROPRIATION.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Drug overdose, person seeking help, arrest or probation or parole revocation, prohibition
Criminal Procedure - Drug overdose, person seeking help, arrest or probation or parole revocation, prohibition
Probation and Parole - Drug overdose, person seeking help, arrest or probation or parole revocation, prohibition
Appropriations - Opioid abatement trust fund, appropriation
Attorney General - Opioid abatement trust fund, appropriation
Budget and Financial Administration - Opioid abatement trust fund, appropriation
Opioids - Opioid abatement trust fund, appropriation
Substance Abuse - Drug overdose, person seeking help, arrest or probation or parole revocation, prohibition

Amendment House Floor Amendment 12
Sponsor K. Herron
Summary Make title amendment.
Index Headings Title Amendments - HB 5

Amendment House Floor Amendment 13
Sponsor S. Maddox
Summary Remove section relating to sale of firearms; amend various sections to conform.
Index Headings Police, State - Sale of firearms, remove section
Criminal Procedure - Sale of firearms, remove section

Amendment House Floor Amendment 14
Sponsor S. Maddox
Summary Remove section relating to bail organizations; amend various sections to conform.
Index Headings Bail and Pretrial Release - Bail organizations, remove section
Criminal Procedure - Bail organizations, remove section

Amendment House Floor Amendment 15
Sponsor L. Willner
Summary Amend section relating to involuntary commitment to restore language of original bill.
Index Headings Mental Health - Involuntary commitment, restore language from original bill
Crimes and Punishments - Involuntary commitment, restore language from original bill
Criminal Procedure - Involuntary commitment, restore language from original bill

Amendment House Floor Amendment 16
Sponsor S. Maddox
Summary Delete section 2 and replace with a new section of KRS Chapter 532 to establish that defendants who meet certain criteria are not eligible for probation or parole; amend section relating to carjacking to require that the defendant act without lawful authority; amend section relating to unlawful camping to exempt temporarily sleeping in an automobile; amend section relating to establishment of areas for temporary camping by unsheltered homeless persons to require that each county designate an area; amend section relating to fleeing and evading in the first degree to require physical injury; amend section relating to fleeing or evading in the second degree to require that the law enforcement officer suspect the defendant to have committed a crime.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Carjacking, require that person act without lawful authority
Crimes and Punishments - Fleeing and evading, amend
Criminal Procedure - Unlawful camping, exempt sleeping in automobile
Probation and Parole - Eligibility, offenses involving a firearm, limit
Counties - Establish areas for temporary camping by unsheltered homeless, require

Amendment House Floor Amendment 17
Sponsor S. Doan
Summary Amend section relating to fleeing and evading in the first degree to require physical injury.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Fleeing and evading, amend
Criminal Procedure - Fleeing and evading, amend

Amendment House Floor Amendment 18
Sponsor S. Doan
Summary Amend section relating to carjacking to require that the defendant act without lawful authority; amend section relating to unlawful camping to exempt temporarily sleeping in an automobile.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Carjacking, require that person act without lawful authority
Criminal Procedure - Carjacking, require that person act without lawful authority

Amendment House Floor Amendment 19
Sponsor S. Doan
Summary Delete section 2 and replace with a new section of KRS Chapter 532 to establish that defendants who meet certain criteria are not eligible for probation or parole.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Eligibility for probation and parole, offenses involving a firearm, limit
Criminal Procedure - Eligibility for probation and parole, offenses involving a firearm, limit
Probation and Parole - Eligibility, offenses involving a firearm, limit

Amendment House Floor Amendment 20
Sponsor S. Doan
Summary Amend section relating to unlawful camping to exempt temporarily sleeping in an automobile.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Unlawful camping, exempt sleeping in automobile
Criminal Procedure - Unlawful camping, exempt sleeping in automobile

Amendment House Floor Amendment 21
Sponsor S. Doan
Summary Amend sections relating to violation of an order of protection to require that subsequent violations, in order to be punishable as Class D felony, be violent.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Violation of order of protection, enhanced penalty, require violent conduct
Criminal Procedure - Violation of order of protection, enhanced penalty, require violent conduct

Amendment House Floor Amendment 22
Sponsor S. Doan
Summary Amend section relating to establishment of areas for temporary camping by unsheltered homeless persons to require that each county designate an area.
Index Headings Land Use - Establish areas for temporary camping by unsheltered homeless, require
Counties - Establish areas for temporary camping by unsheltered homeless, require

Amendment House Floor Amendment 23
Sponsor S. Doan
Summary Amend section relating to fleeing or evading in the second degree to require that the law enforcement officer suspect the defendant to have committed a crime.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Fleeing and evading, amend
Criminal Procedure - Fleeing and evading, amend

Amendment House Floor Amendment 24
Sponsor S. Doan
Summary Delete section 2 and replace with a new section of KRS Chapter 532 to establish that defendants who meet certain criteria are not eligible for probation or parole; amend section relating to carjacking to require that the defendant act without lawful authority; amend section relating to unlawful camping to exempt temporarily sleeping in an automobile; amend section relating to establishment of areas for temporary camping by unsheltered homeless persons to require that each county designate an area; amend sections relating to violation of an order of protection to require that subsequent violations, in order to be punishable as Class D felony, be violent; amend section relating to fleeing and evading in the first degree to require physical injury; amend section relating to fleeing or evading in the second degree to require that the law enforcement officer suspect the defendant to have committed a crime.
Index Headings Counties - Areas for temporary camping by unsheltered homeless, require
Crimes and Punishments - Carjacking, require that person act without lawful authority
Crimes and Punishments - Fleeing and evading, amend
Crimes and Punishments - Violation of order of protection, enhanced penalty, require violent conduct
Criminal Procedure - Unlawful camping, exempt sleeping in automobile
Probation and Parole - Eligibility, offenses involving a firearm, limit

Amendment House Floor Amendment 25
Sponsor F. Rabourn
Summary Delete section 2 and replace with a new section of KRS Chapter 532 to establish that defendants who meet certain criteria are not eligible for probation or parole.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Eligibility for probation and parole, offenses involving a firearm, limit
Criminal Procedure - Eligibility for probation and parole, offenses involving a firearm, limit
Probation and Parole - Eligibility, offenses involving a firearm, limit

Amendment House Floor Amendment 26
Sponsor F. Rabourn
Summary Amend section relating to unlawful camping to exempt temporarily sleeping in an automobile.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Unlawful camping, exempt sleeping in automobile
Criminal Procedure - Unlawful camping, exempt sleeping in automobile

Amendment House Floor Amendment 27
Sponsor J. Bauman
Summary Delete section 2 and replace with a new section of KRS Chapter 532 to establish that defendants who meet certain criteria are not eligible for probation or parole; amend section relating to carjacking to require that the defendant act without lawful authority; amend section relating to unlawful camping to exempt temporarily sleeping in an automobile; exempt statutorily created housing programs from limitations on funding; amend section relating to involuntary commitment; amend KRS 439.3401 to amend the definition of "violent offender" to include the attempted commission of any offense listed, a felony involving the death of the victim or serious physical injury to a victim, burglary in the first degree as described in KRS 511.020 if a person other than a participant in the crime was present in the building during the commission of the offense, robbery in the second degree as described in KRS 515.030, arson in the first degree, and strangulation in the first degree; provide that a violent offender shall serve at least 85 percent of the sentence imposed before probation, shock probation, parole, conditional discharge, or other form of early release is permitted; provide that a violent offender shall only recieve credit on their sentence for time spent in custody prior to the commencement of the sentence; amend KRS 525.045 to conform; amend sections relating to violation of an order of protection to require that subsequent violations, in order to be punishable as Class D felony, be intentional, in-person violations; amend section relating to notfication required by school personnel to make uniform; delete section relating to murder; amend KRS 218.133 to conform with provisions of the bill; limit application of new requirements for issuance of identifying documents, based on availability of funds; clarify civil liability in shopkeeper's statute.
Index Headings Crimes and Punishments - Eligibility for probation and parole, offenses involving a firearm, limit
Crimes and Punishments - Carjacking, require that person act without lawful authority
Crimes and Punishments - Unlawful camping, exempt sleeping in automobile
Crimes and Punishments - Involuntary commitment, restore language from original bill
Crimes and Punishments - Violent offender, arson offenses
Crimes and Punishments - Violent offender, attempted commission of violent offense
Crimes and Punishments - Violent offender, burglary offenses
Crimes and Punishments - Violent offender, felony that causes death or serious physical injury
Crimes and Punishments - Violent offender, strangulation in the first degree
Crimes and Punishments - Violation of order of protection, enhanced penalty, require violent conduct
Criminal Procedure - Eligibility for probation and parole, offenses involving a firearm, limit
Criminal Procedure - Carjacking, require that person act without lawful authority
Criminal Procedure - Unlawful camping, exempt sleeping in automobile
Criminal Procedure - Involuntary commitment, restore language from original bill
Criminal Procedure - Violent offender, arson offenses
Criminal Procedure - Violent offender, attempted commission of violent offense
Criminal Procedure - Violent offender, burglary offenses
Criminal Procedure - Violent offender, felony that causes death or serious physical inury
Criminal Procedure - Violent offender, strangulation in the first degree
Criminal Procedure - Violation of order of protection, enhanced penalty, require violent conduct
Probation and Parole - Eligibility, offenses involving a firearm, limit
Housing, Building, and Construction - Statutorily created housing programs, exempt from limitations
Local Government - Statutorily created housing programs, exempt from limitations
State Agencies - Statutorily created housing programs, exempt from limitations
Mental Health - Involuntary commitment, restore language from original bill

Last updated: 2/29/2024 5:57 PM (EST)