Bill Summary

SB 878 Sexual Offenses (2022 Session)
Sexual Offenses; Providing that substantial similarity is not required for the admissibility of certain evidence in a criminal case in which the defendant is charged with a sexual offense; revising the definitions of the terms “sexual battery” and “sexual bestiality”; providing a time limitation for the prosecution of specified sexual battery offenses; providing that a person who threatens to use actual physical force likely to cause serious bodily injury or death while committing specified sexual battery offenses commits a life felony, etc. Effective Date: 10/1/2022
11/08/21
SENATE
Filed
11/30/21
SENATE
Referred to Criminal Justice; Children, Families, and Elder Affairs; Rules
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Filed on 11/08/21
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