Crim. conviction; responsibility of Attorney Gen. relating to collection of collateral consequences. (SB1329)

Introduced By

Sen. Don McEachin (D-Richmond)


Passed Committee
Passed House
Passed Senate
Signed by Governor
Became Law


Collateral consequences of criminal convictions. Requires the Attorney General to identify, collect, and make available on the Internet a list of constitutional, statutory and regulatory collateral consequences of a criminal conviction. Collateral consequences are those consequences that arise as a result of a criminal conviction (such as employment barriers) but are not imprisonment, parole, probation, fines, forfeiture, restitution, etc. Read the Bill »


Bill Has Failed


01/14/2009Prefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/14/09 090656628
01/14/2009Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice
01/15/2009Assigned Courts sub: Criminal
01/29/2009Impact statement from DPB (SB1329)
02/04/2009Reported from Courts of Justice with substitute (14-Y 0-N) (see vote tally)
02/04/2009Committee substitute printed 090917628-S1
02/06/2009Constitutional reading dispensed (39-Y 0-N) (see vote tally)
02/08/2009Impact statement from DPB (SB1329S1)
02/09/2009Read second time
02/09/2009Reading of substitute waived
02/09/2009Committee substitute agreed to 090917628-S1
02/09/2009Engrossed by Senate - committee substitute SB1329S1
02/09/2009Constitutional reading dispensed (40-Y 0-N) (see vote tally)
02/09/2009Passed Senate (40-Y 0-N) (see vote tally)
02/13/2009Placed on Calendar
02/13/2009Read first time
02/13/2009Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice
02/16/2009Assigned Courts sub: Criminal
02/24/2009Left in Courts of Justice


L.L. writes:

Does anybody know the purpose of this? It sounds like a positive to show what impact criminal convictions can have on the ability to reintegrate into society. Is that what it's about?