Authorization to carry a handgun

The Senate Judiciary Committee heard HB 1071, sponsored by Sen. Messmer and Sen. Freeman, on authorization to carry a handgun. The bill provides that certain persons protected by a civil protection order may carry a handgun without a license for 60 days after the date … [Read more...]

Disposal of firearms

The House Public Policy Committee heard SB 191 on disposal of firearms sponsored by Rep. Cherry and Rep. Judy. A 9-4 roll call vote amended the bill to incorporate the language authorizing certain individuals to carry a handgun without a license as introduced in HB … [Read more...]

Authorization to carry a handgun

The House Public Policy Committee heard, for amend and vote only, Rep. Eberhart’s HB 1071 providing that certain persons protected by a civil protection order have authorization to carry a handgun without a license for: (1) 60 days after the date the civil protection … [Read more...]

Authorization to carry a handgun

The House Public Policy Committee heard Rep. Eberhart’s HB 1071 providing that certain persons protected by a civil protection order have authorization to carry a handgun without a license for: (1) 60 days after the date the civil protection order is issued; or (2) 60 … [Read more...]

Protective orders concerning animals

The Senate Judiciary Committee heard Sen. Becker’s SB 314 on protective orders concerning animals. The bill allows a court to grant a protective order to give possession and care of an animal to a petitioner, prohibit a respondent from taking action against the animal, … [Read more...]

No contact and protective orders and battery

H.E.A. 1069, P.L. 65 Effective: July 1, 2016 Allows a petition to be filed with the juvenile court to order a person to refrain from contact with a member of a foster family home. Makes battery a Class A misdemeanor instead of a Class B misdemeanor if the offense is … [Read more...]