Referendum to exceed political subdivision’s levy limit: provisions modified - AB310
Referendum to exceed political subdivision’s levy limit: provisions modified - SB291
Valuation factor revised re local levy limits [Sec. 789; original bill only] - AB56
Valuation factor revised re local levy limits [Sec. 789] - SB59
Homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle: mandatory period of confinement; JRCCP may report - AB17
Homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle: mandatory period of confinement; JRCCP may report - SB8
Intoxicated operation of an ATV, UTV, or off-highway motorcycle (OHM), intoxicated boating, and intoxicated snowmobiling laws revised; reinstatement fee, treatment program, safety program, and counting previous convictions provisions; JRCCP may report - AB356
Intoxicated operation of an ATV, UTV, or off-highway motorcycle (OHM), intoxicated boating, and intoxicated snowmobiling laws revised; reinstatement fee, treatment program, safety program, and counting previous convictions provisions; JRCCP may report - SB331
court _ circuitCourt -- Circuit, see Circuit court
court _ commissionerCourt -- Commissioner
Pretrial detention procedure changes, constitutional amendment provision - SB99
court _ feeCourt -- Fee
DNA surcharge transfer [Sec. 238, 9227 (1)] - AB56
DNA surcharge transfer [Sec. 238, 9227 (1)] - SB59
OWI-related civil traffic violation or conforming ordinance: person required to appear in person in court; default judgment and surcharge provisions - AB15
OWI-related civil traffic violation or conforming ordinance: person required to appear in person in court; default judgment and surcharge provisions - SB7
Prostitution crime surcharge created; use of moneys specified - AB34
Prostitution crime surcharge created; use of moneys specified - SB46
Wage claim changes re filing, investigation, statute of limitations, interest, surcharge, costs, and attorney fees; employers required to provide written disclosure statement when employee is hired, conditions specified; licensing agency to deny issuance or renewal of licenses to applicants with unpaid wage claims - AB40
Wage claim changes re filing, investigation, statute of limitations, interest, surcharge, costs, and attorney fees; employers required to provide written disclosure statement when employee is hired, conditions specified; licensing agency to deny issuance or renewal of licenses to applicants with unpaid wage claims - SB40
Wild animal surcharge increase for the unlawful taking of deer - AB39
Wild animal surcharge increase for the unlawful taking of deer - SB36
court _ municipalCourt -- Municipal
Electronic monitoring for juveniles in truancy cases prohibited - AB60
Municipal ordinance enforcement and municipal court procedures: various changes - AB204
Municipal ordinance enforcement and municipal court procedures: various changes - SB214
Person alleged to have violated criminal law, civil law, or municipal ordinance and is subject to juvenile court jurisdiction: age raised from 17 to 18 [Sec. 489, 490, 502-506, 1537, 1746-1748, 1790, 1791, 1978, 1979, 1982, 2148-2152, 2156, 2159-2164, 2168-2178, 2180-2186, 2189, 2192-2196, 2220-2222, 2224, 2230-2234, 2249, 2250, 9308 (1), 9408 (1); original bill only] - AB56
Person alleged to have violated criminal law, civil law, or municipal ordinance and is subject to juvenile court jurisdiction: age raised from 17 to 18 [Sec. 489, 490, 502-506, 1537, 1746-1748, 1790, 1791, 1978, 1979, 1982, 2148-2152, 2156, 2159-2164, 2168-2178, 2180-2186, 2189, 2192-2196, 2220-2222, 2224, 2230-2234, 2249, 2250, 9308 (1), 9408 (1)] - SB59
court _ procedureCourt -- Procedure
Abusive work environment prohibition created; WC exclusive remedy exception permitting a civil action in circuit court; affirmative defense and definition provisions - AB116
AG powers changed by 2017 WisAct 369 restored re compromise or discontinue actions prosecuted by DOJ; legislative intervention in certain court proceedings and served a copy of proceedings provisions repealed [Sec. 17, 29, 30, 1778, 1780-1782, 2124, 2128, 2132, 2143, 2144; original bill only] - AB56
AG powers changed by 2017 WisAct 369 restored re compromise or discontinue actions prosecuted by DOJ; legislative intervention in certain court proceedings and served a copy of proceedings provisions repealed [Sec. 17, 29, 30, 1778, 1780-1782, 2124, 2128, 2132, 2143, 2144] - SB59
Authority of a private person to bring a qui tam claim against another person making a false claim for MA or other moneys from a state agency; AG authority provisions [Sec. 317, 710, 1784, 2120, 2122, 2123, 2125-2127, 2145; original bill only] - AB56
Authority of a private person to bring a qui tam claim against another person making a false claim for MA or other moneys from a state agency; AG authority provisions [Sec. 317, 710, 1784, 2120, 2122, 2123, 2125-2127, 2145] - SB59
Bail in a criminal action: court requirements to review and adjust, constitutional amendment provision - SB98
Child support determination: consideration of a parent’s incarceration - AB94
Crime victim mental health treatment records: procedure for defendant in a criminal case may gain access - AB11
Crime victim mental health treatment records: procedure for defendant in a criminal case may gain access - SB20
Eligibility and condition for release prior to conviction: constitutional amendment (1st consideration) - SJR13
Expungement of DNA data in crime laboratories' data bank required if not adjudged guilty or delinquent; DOJ duties - AB212
Family support repealed - AB101
Financial exploitation of a vulnerable person: civil cause of action created; definition provision - SB41
First offense OWI: petition to expunge record under certain conditions; ignition interlock device provision - AB211
First offense OWI: petition to expunge record under certain conditions; ignition interlock device provision - SB198
First OWI-related offense made a misdemeanor; vacate criminal conviction and second offense provisions; JRCCP may report - AB18
First OWI-related offense made a misdemeanor; vacate criminal conviction and second offense provisions; JRCCP may report - SB9
Immigration status: prohibiting local ordinance, resolution, or policy that prohibit enforcement of federal or state law; authorizing certain elective officeholders to commence enforcement action, writ of mandamus provision; reduction of shared revenue payments; and political subdivision is liable for damage caused by an illegal alien - AB138
Immigration status: prohibiting local ordinance, resolution, or policy that prohibit enforcement of federal or state law; authorizing certain elective officeholders to commence enforcement action, writ of mandamus provision; reduction of shared revenue payments; and political subdivision is liable for damage caused by an illegal alien - SB151
Judicial notice of court records re domestic violence or child abuse in a family law action - AB100
Legal custody or physical placement of a child: approval of stipulation for modifications contingent on a future event - AB95
Medical marijuana: medical use defense to THC-related prosecutions for registered persons; DHS to establish medical cannabis registry; DATCP to license and regulate dispensaries; surcharge on dispensary sales; employer may refuse to accommodate; marijuana use policy for employees allowed; limitations on arrests and prosecutions [Sec. 130, 206, 758-760, 771, 772, 778, 814, 816, 818, 820, 821, 1053, 1102, 1270, 1345, 1761, 1763, 1829, 1860, 1974, 2021, 2113-2116, 2197-2210, 2219, 2225-2229, 2235-2241; original bill only] - AB56
Medical marijuana: medical use defense to THC-related prosecutions for registered persons; DHS to establish medical cannabis registry; DATCP to license and regulate dispensaries; surcharge on dispensary sales; employer may refuse to accommodate; marijuana use policy for employees allowed; limitations on arrests and prosecutions [Sec. 130, 206, 758-760, 771, 772, 778, 814, 816, 818, 820, 821, 1053, 1102, 1270, 1345, 1761, 1763, 1829, 1860, 1974, 2021, 2113-2116, 2197-2210, 2219, 2225-2229, 2235-2241] - SB59
OWI-related civil traffic violation or conforming ordinance: person required to appear in person in court; default judgment and surcharge provisions - AB15
OWI-related civil traffic violation or conforming ordinance: person required to appear in person in court; default judgment and surcharge provisions - SB7
OWI-related offenses: extend time limit for commencing prosecution of first, second, or third offense - SB345
Parenting classes: in actions affecting the family involving minor children or paternity determination, court required to order parties to attend - AB209
Parenting classes: in actions affecting the family involving minor children or paternity determination, court required to order parties to attend - SB250
Parenting plan filed with court re legal custody and physical placement of child: requirements modified - AB99
Paternity: presumption and conclusive determination based on genetic tests established; court provisions - AB166
Paternity: presumption and conclusive determination based on genetic tests established; court provisions - SB158
Physical placement of child: factors modified - AB98
Physical placement schedule: involvement and cooperation of both parents presumed - AB97
Placement of sexually violent persons on supervised release: clarification of 2017 WisAct 184; DHS and county duties modified - AB55
Placement of sexually violent persons on supervised release: clarification of 2017 WisAct 184; DHS and county duties modified - SB60
Pretrial detention procedure changes, constitutional amendment provision - SB99
Prosecutor Board and State Prosecutors Office created; Public Defender Board authority re private bar attorneys, student loan payment pilot project provision; funding for deputy and assistant DAs, circuit courts, and state crime laboratory analysts; FTE positions provisions - AB145
Prosecutor Board and State Prosecutors Office created; Public Defender Board authority re private bar attorneys, student loan payment pilot project provision; funding for deputy and assistant DAs, circuit courts, and state crime laboratory analysts; FTE positions provisions - SB127
Record expunged of certain offenses: removes condition that a person committed the crime before age 25 and permits the individual to petition the court - AB33
Record expunged of certain offenses: removes condition that a person committed the crime before age 25 and permits the individual to petition the court - SB39
Recovery of birth expenses: court cannot include in judgement or order relating to paternity [Sec. 669, 671, 726, 727, 2118, 2119, 9319 (2); original bill only] - AB56
Recovery of birth expenses: court cannot include in judgement or order relating to paternity [Sec. 669, 671, 726, 727, 2118, 2119, 9319 (2)] - SB59
Restitution debt: DOC cannot collect supervision fees until debt is paid; Director of State Courts duties, statute of limitation for civil action, and certifying outstanding debt to DOR provisions - AB27
Restitution debt: DOC cannot collect supervision fees until debt is paid; Director of State Courts duties, statute of limitation for civil action, and certifying outstanding debt to DOR provisions - SB33
Selective abortions and disability-selective abortion prohibited; civil remedies and injunctive relief provisions - AB182
Selective abortions and disability-selective abortion prohibited; civil remedies and injunctive relief provisions - SB173
Service of certain pleadings and other papers: electronic mail provisions created - AB59
Service of certain pleadings and other papers: electronic mail provisions created - SB63
TPR changes re hearings and grounds; disclaimer of parental rights and rights of alleged father; payments to out-of-state private child placing agency re adoption - AB263
TPR changes re hearings and grounds; disclaimer of parental rights and rights of alleged father; payments to out-of-state private child placing agency re adoption - SB232
Underage sexual activity: persons convicted before 2017 WisAct 174 allowed to petition a court to vacate conviction or enter conviction for the lesser offense - AB289
Underage sexual activity: persons convicted before 2017 WisAct 174 allowed to petition a court to vacate conviction or enter conviction for the lesser offense - SB261
Uniform Deployed Parents Custody and Visitation Act adopted - AB93
Validated pretrial risk assessment: court may consider when imposing bail or other pretrial release conditions - SB101
Victim impact statements established; definition and confidentiality provisions - AB28
Victim impact statements established; definition and confidentiality provisions - SB32
WRS annuity or lump sum payment: DETF to withhold money to satisfy restitution order, crimes specified; JRCCP may report - AB257
WRS annuity or lump sum payment: DETF to withhold money to satisfy restitution order, crimes specified; JRCCP may report - SB233
crime and criminalsCrime and criminals, see also Prostitution
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