2012 House Judiciary - Audio Archive 
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4th Legislative Day (1/13/2012)
Complete Meeting
HB 1039 - exempt certain impaired driving violations from the statutory limitation on enhanced penalties for second, third, or subsequent violations.
Starts at 1:28:26

HB 1014 - prohibit false statements on applications for certain loans, grants, or other financial assistance and to provide a penalty therefor.
Starts at 12:23

HB 1021 - revise certain provisions regarding the rights of victims of crime.
Starts at 28:30

HB 1022 - revise certain parole hearing provisions regarding inmate compliance, waivers, and teleconferencing.
Starts at 35:55

HB 1023 - repeal and revise certain provisions relating to the Department of Corrections.
Starts at 44:43

HB 1025 - make aggravated incest a violent crime for purposes of setting an initial parole date.
Starts at 50:52

HB 1045 - revise various trust provisions.
Starts at 56:04

6th Legislative Day (1/20/2012)
Complete Meeting
HB 1046 - revise certain provisions regarding child custody during a soldier's deployment.
Starts at 1:11:55

HB 1049 - add certain definitions regarding the Department of the Military.
Starts at 1:24:38

HB 1050 - revise certain provisions regarding National Guard discipline and courts-martial.
Starts at 1:27:53

HB 1052 - grant discretion to the court with regard to personal appearances in certain adoption appearances.
Starts at 1:35:21

HB 1047 - revise certain provisions relating to military law.
Starts at 1:45:07

HB 1015 - provide for exceptions from certain misdemeanor offenses relating to possession of handguns.
Starts at 6:00

7th Legislative Day (1/23/2012)
Complete Meeting
HB 1069 - increase the amount of income and principal of a perpetual fund used to maintain a cemetery.
Starts at 1:00:28

HB 1060 - permit a probationer who is a registered sex offender to reside in an assigned halfway house or supervised living center within a community safety zone.
Starts at 20:09

HB 1061 - amend certain provisions related to interpreter services in the court system.
Starts at 34:18

HB 1062 - clarify the supporting documentation necessary for a request to implement the standard visitation guidelines.
Starts at 40:18

HB 1063 - repeal certain statutes related to the testimony of sex offense victims and to evidence of a victim's prior sexual conduct and to establish the rationale and effect of the repeal.
Starts at 44:36

HB 1064 - allow the Supreme Court to establish certain rules for the use of interactive audio visual equipment and to provide for the collection and deposit of fees for the use thereof.
Starts at 54:32

HB 1045 - revise various trust provisions.
Starts at 7:57

9th Legislative Day (1/25/2012)
Complete Meeting
HB 1065 - repeal the requirement that the Unified Judicial System set forth a schedule for all fees paid directly to court reporters in its annual consolidated budget.
Starts at 1:20:18

SB 12 - codify the legislation enacted in 2011.
Starts at 1:25:45

HB 1096 - specify the venue for certain appeals involving home-rule municipalities.
Starts at 1:32:26

HB 1095 - revise the procedure for the discharge of civil judgments against a person who has received a discharge of debt pursuant to the United States Code, Title 11.
Starts at 1:40:05

HB 1054 - amend certain provisions concerning Worker's Compensation.
Starts at 17:16

HB 1055 - allow for joint physical custody orders after a court awards joint legal custody if in the best interest of the child.
Starts at 5:25

11th Legislative Day (1/30/2012)
Complete Meeting
HJR 1003 - Proposing and submitting to the electors at the next general election an amendment to Article VI of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, relating to the right of individuals to secure medical services of their choosing.
Starts at 1:02:10

HB 1132 - prohibit businesses and employers from establishing certain policies against the ability of an invitee or employee to store firearms and ammunition in a locked motor vehicle parked on the premises.
Starts at 1:15:40

HB 1067 - guarantee an employee's right to secure a physician and other medical services of their choosing for care under a worker's compensation claim.
Starts at 4:36

HB 1068 - guarantee the right of individuals to secure medical services of their choosing.
Starts at 50:35

13th Legislative Day (2/1/2012)
Complete Meeting
HB 1053 - establish the hope card program relating to protection orders.
Starts at 1:01:40

HB 1114 - amend provision limiting the time used to determine if a violation is a third or subsequent offense.
Starts at 1:15:22

HB 1181 - revise certain requirements concerning the qualifications of petition circulators.
Starts at 1:22:19

HB 1186 - prohibit registered sex offenders from circulating petitions and to provide a penalty for the violation thereof.
Starts at 1:43:04

HB 1099 - increase the fee for a payor to withhold child support.
Starts at 35:01

HB 1143 - revise certain provisions relating to a perpetrator's knowledge of a rape victim's age or capability to give consent.
Starts at 5:46

HB 1213 - revise certain provisions regarding liability for torts and product identification requirements.
Starts at 58:50

15th Legislative Day (2/6/2012)
Complete Meeting
HB 1204 - clarify certain rules of evidence to determine the value of services for which special damages may be awarded in health care malpractice cases.
Starts at 2:06:51

HB 1218 - rescind the statute of limitations for any civil cause of action arising out of childhood sexual abuse.
Starts at 23:00

HB 1053 - establish the hope card program relating to protection orders.
Starts at 6:05

HB 1212 - revise certain terms regarding tort liability.
Starts at 8:08

17th Legislative Day (2/8/2012)
Complete Meeting
HB 1194 - revise certain provisions regarding the payment for rape and sexual offense examinations.
Starts at 1:23:08

HB 1126 - establish provisions that certain bonds paid by, or on behalf of, certain persons with child support arrearages shall be paid to the Department of Social Services to pay any child support the defendant owes.
Starts at 1:29:18

HB 1254 - revise certain provisions pertaining to the decision of a pregnant mother considering termination of her relationship with her child by an abortion, to establish certain procedures to insure that such decisions are voluntary, uncoerced, and informed, and to revise certain causes of action for professional negligence relating to performance of an abortion.
Starts at 3:48

HB 1205 - exempt federal veterans' disability benefits from certain support obligations and other claims.
Starts at 55:50

18th Legislative Day (2/9/2012)
Complete Meeting
HB 1248 - provide for exceptions from certain misdemeanor offenses relating to possession of handguns.
Starts at 1:11:54

HB 1249 - permit a probationer who is a registered sex offender to reside in an assigned halfway house or supervised living center within a community safety zone and to prohibit sex offenders who committed sexual offenses against children to qualify for certain residency exceptions.
Starts at 1:19:41

HB 1185 - prohibit all qualified health plans offered through a health care exchange from including abortion coverage.
Starts at 2:13

HB 1219 - revise certain provisions relating to the process of collecting DNA upon arrest for a qualifying offense.
Starts at 22:07

19th Legislative Day (2/10/2012)
Complete Meeting
HB 1160 - provide for the award of filing fees as court costs in certain appeals.
Starts at 1:30:30

HB 1251 - provide for the award of joint physical custody of children under certain circumstances.
Starts at 1:36:55

HB 1217 - enact certain provisions relating to the federal Indian child Welfare Act and to adopt the South Dakota Indian Family Preservation Act.
Starts at 1:44:55

HB 1193 - regulate the sale of dextromethorphan and to provide a penalty thereto.
Starts at 19:00

HB 1253 - prohibit the judicial enforcement of any religious codes.
Starts at 2:26:50

HB 1264 - amend the mandatory reporting requirements regarding child abuse.
Starts at 52:18

HB 1249 - permit a probationer who is a registered sex offender to reside in an assigned halfway house or supervised living center within a community safety zone and to prohibit sex offenders who committed sexual offenses against children to qualify for certain residency exceptions.
Starts at 7:00

20th Legislative Day (2/13/2012)
Complete Meeting
HB 1266 - reduce the period of time necessary to cure and validate certain adoption proceedings.
Starts at 1:18:04

HB 1273 - prohibit the sale of loose leaf incense to minors, to prohibit certain marketing techniques, to regulate the sale of certain types of incense, to provide penalties therefor, and to declare an emergency.
Starts at 1:27:39

HB 1126 - establish provisions that certain bonds paid by, or on behalf of, certain persons with child support arrearages shall be paid to the Department of Social Services to pay any child support the defendant owes.
Starts at 1:58:40

HB 1267 - provide for the establishment and maintenance of a felony domestic violence registry and to provide certain penalties for the violation thereof.
Starts at 6:50

HB 1255 - prohibit the enforcement of surrogacy arrangements.
Starts at 8:56

22nd Legislative Day (2/15/2012)
Complete Meeting
SB 13 - revise certain provisions pertaining to reunification and termination of parental rights.
Starts at 1:29

SB 41 - authorize retailers to choose whether to submit pseudoephedrine purchase records electronically or in writing.
Starts at 14:54

SB 42 - revise certain provisions regarding habeas corpus.
Starts at 20:09

SB 43 - criminalize the failure to report the death or disappearance of a child within a specified time by certain persons responsible for the care of the child.
Starts at 59:57

SB 39 - expand the definition of victim for the purposes of certain written victim impact statements.
Starts at 6:25

25th Legislative Day (2/22/2012)
Complete Meeting
SB 156 - establish strangulation as one element of the crime of aggravated assault.
Starts at 1:19:17

SB 78 - allow an arrest to be expunged when the criminal case is dismissed.
Starts at 2:01:22

SB 68 - provide that no statute of limitations applies to certain rape offenses.
Starts at 24:35

SB 76 - revise certain provisions relating to the retirement of justices and judges.
Starts at 4:37

SB 53 - permit the Department of Public Safety to require certain accident reports to be filed by electronic means.
Starts at 7:55

27th Legislative Day (2/24/2012)
Complete Meeting
SB 141 - revise the legal definition of the term, domestic abuse.
Starts at 1:23:13

SB 10 - revise certain provisions pertaining to boating while under the influence.
Starts at 1:35:39

SB 91 - allow shareholders of corporations to represent corporations in property tax appeals at the Office of Hearing Examiners.
Starts at 1:56:30

SB 86 - grant limited immunity from arrest and prosecution for certain alcohol consumption related offenses to persons who assist certain persons in need of emergency assistance or who are themselves in need of emergency assistance.
Starts at 21:49

SB 43 - criminalize the failure to report the death or disappearance of a child within a specified time by certain persons responsible for the care of the child.
Starts at 3:01

28th Legislative Day (2/27/2012)
Complete Meeting
SB 141 - revise the legal definition of the term, domestic abuse.
Starts at 1:13:32

SB 148 - revise certain provisions relating to battery committed against infants and unborn children.
Starts at 11:29

SB 149 - revise certain provisions relating to the conditional release of persons charged with domestic abuse.
Starts at 17:39

SB 183 - establish the elements of the offense of juvenile sexting and to provide a penalty therefor.
Starts at 37:33

SB 146 - provide for an affirmative defense of compulsion for the crime of prostitution.
Starts at 4:24

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