Status Summary

First reading, referred to Human Services, Reentry & Rehabilitation on 1.25.19. Public hearing in the Senate Committee on Human Services, Reentry & Rehabilitation on 2.6.19. Executive action taken in the Senate Committee on Human Services, Reentry & Rehabilitation on 2.12.19; passed. Passed to Rules Committee for second reading on 2.14.19. Made eligible to be placed on second reading on 2.26.19. Placed on second reading by Rules Committee on 3.7.19. Rules suspended. Placed and passed on Third Reading on 3.8.19. In the House: First reading, referred to Civil Rights & Judiciary on 3.11.19. Public hearing in the House Committee on Civil Rights & Judiciary on 3.20.19. Executive action taken in the House Committee on Civil Rights & Judiciary on 3.26.19; majority pass. Referred to Rules 2 Review on 3.28.19. Rules Committee relieved of further consideration. Placed on second reading on 3.29.19. Floor amendment(s) adopted. Rules suspended. Placed and passed on Third Reading on 4.15.19. In the Senate: On 4.24.19, Senate refuses to concur in House amendments. Asks House to recede from amendments. In the House: On 4.25.19, House receded from amendments. Rules suspended. Returned to second reading for amendment. Floor amendment(s) adopted. Rules suspended. Placed on Third Reading. Passed on third reading on 4.25.19. In the Senate: Senate refuses to concur in House amendments. Asks House to recede from amendments on 4.26.19. In the House: By resolution, returned to Senate Rules Committee for third reading. The bill will be alive next session. (updated 5.3.19)

Legislative Session

2019

Status

In Progress

Sponsor

Holy

Amends current law such that Youth Court is defined as  an alternative method of hearing and disposing of traffic infractions, transit infractions, and civil infractions for juveniles ages 12 to 17.  Amends current law in many places to add traffic and civil infractions to existing definitions of Youth Courts. 

Encourages courts to work with cities, counties and schools to implement expand, or use youth court programs for juveniles.