Delegate Rob Bell (R-Charlottesville)

Photo of Rob Bell
Party
Republican
District
58: Counties of Albemarle (part), Fluvanna (part), Greene, and Rockingham (part) [map]
Took Office
January 2002
Next Election
November 2017
Committees
Commerce and Labor, Courts of Justice, Health, Welfare and Institutions
Website
delegaterobbell.com
Copatroning Habits
76% of bills he copatroned were introduced by Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of his bills, 91% of them are Republicans. Of all of the copatrons of all of the bills that he also copatroned, 68% of them are Republicans.
Partisanship
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Bills Passed
27.8% in 2016
Campaign Contributions
cash on hand (December 1969 report)
Recent Mentions in the Media

Richmond.com: Del. Rob Bell ends campaign for Virginia attorney general

November 21, 2016
The Charlottesville NewsplexVirginia Del. Rob Bell unexpectedly ended his campaign for attorney general Monday with an announcement that leaves Republicans with two candidates for the office who have little statewide name recognition. Bell, R-Albemarle, was the only elected GOP ...Delegate Rob Bell drops out of race for Virginia Attorney GeneralThe Charlottesville NewsplexRepublican candidate for attorney general drops outWRICBell drops bid for state attorney generalThe Daily ProgressWashington Post -Bearing Drift (press release) (blog)all 13 news articles »

WVTF: Three Years After the Deeds Tragedy, Lawmakers Call for Change.

December 7, 2016
It's been three years since the son of state Senator Creigh Deeds attacked his father with a knife ? then took his own life with a gun. Gus Deeds was mentally ill, but his local community service board claimed no treatment centers had a place for him ...Lawmakers ask for two-year extension to continue working on mental health reformsMartinsville Bulletinall 18 news articles »

Virginian-Pilot: Lawmakers propose process for jail death investigations following Jamycheal Mitchell case

December 6, 2016
The board would receive two additional personnel, said Del. Rob Bell, R-Albemarle County. The nine-member board, appointed by the governor, already has the power to regulate local and regional jails, which are different from state prisons. But when it ...

WVTF: Reforming Mental Healthcare in the Commonwealth

December 5, 2016
It's been three years since the son of state Senator Creigh Deeds attacked his father with a knife ? then took his own life with a gun. Gus Deeds was mentally ill, but his local community service board claimed no treatment centers had a place for him ...

Franklin News Post: Stanley giving 'serious consideration' to run for attorney general

December 5, 2016
Stanley giving 'serious consideration' to run for attorney generalLast month, Del. Rob Bell, R-Albemarle, unexpectedly ended his campaign for attorney general, citing family considerations. Bell's announcement left Republicans with two candidates for the office who have little statewide name recognition. Bell was the ...and more »

These are all of the video clips of Rob Bell’s remarks on the floor of the House since 2009. There are 138 video clips in all.

Bills

  • HB602: Petit larceny; prior convictions, penalty.
  • HB625: Minors; abduction for purpose of prostitution.
  • HB754: Domestic violence-related misdemeanors; enhanced penalty.
  • HB3: Constitutional amendment; charter schools (submitting to qualified voters).
  • HB131: Students who receive home instruction; participation in interscholastic programs.
  • HB602: Petit larceny; prior convictions, penalty.
  • HB604: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; receiving money from earnings of a prostitute.
  • HB605: Restitution; extension of probation.
  • HB606: Temporary detention order; voluntary admission.
  • HB607: Violent felony offenses; prostitution.
  • HB608: Immediate sanction probation programs; extends sunset provision.
  • HB609: Protective orders; assault and battery; penalty.
  • HB610: Protective orders; penalty.
  • HB611: Water and sewer utilities; regulation.
  • HB612: Diminished financial capacity; execution of revocable letter.
  • HB615: Felony homicide; certain drug offenses; penalty.
  • HB616: Discharge from involuntary admission; advance directive.
  • HB619: Home-produced or farm-produced food products; exempts certain foods from Board of ACS regulations.
  • HB621: Certificates of public need; requirements for certain projects involving mental hospitals, etc.
  • HB622: Entering occupied motor vehicle; interference with rights of owner, penalty.
  • HB624: Retention of court records; violent felonies and acts of violence.
  • HB625: Minors; abduction for purpose of prostitution.
  • HB626: Admission to bail; includes any offense of strangulation on list of crimes.
  • HB628: Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; public dissemination.
  • HB752: Stalking; penalty.
  • HB754: Domestic violence-related misdemeanors; enhanced penalty.
  • HB757: Local or regional public bodies; public comment.
  • HB811: Involuntary admission procedures; notification to family member about proceedings.
  • HB1054: Alcoholic beverage control; certain laws transferred to State Police.
  • HB1056: Family abuse protective orders; extension of orders.
  • HB1057: Separate court dockets; establishment, guidelines.
  • HB1059: Heroin possession; Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission to evaluate sentencing guidelines.
  • HB1105: Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission; recidivism rate for certain released federal prisoners.
  • HB1110: Temporary detention; notice of recommendation, communication with magistrate.
  • HB1112: Involuntary admission; contents of preadmission screening report, notice of hearing.
  • HB1160: Physical evidence recovery kits.
  • HJ1: Constitutional amendment; charter schools (second reference).
  • HJ215: Commending David Wallace.
  • HJ244: Commending Ken Boyd.
  • HB404: Investigation of cases involving alleged sexual abuse of a child; qualifications of investigator.
  • HB448: Firearms; restoration of rights, report to State Police.
  • HB659: Community services boards and behavioral health authorities; information about services available.
  • HB1290: Home food operations; certain exemptions for products.
  • HB1626: Students receiving home instruction; participation in public school interscholastic programs.
  • HB1627: Economics education and financial literacy; standard unit of credit, alternative assessment.
  • HB1693: Civil admission process; alternative transportation.
  • HB1927: Criminal cases; venue for prosecution.
  • HB1928: DNA; analysis upon conviction of certain misdemeanors.
  • HB1930: Higher educational institutions; review committees, reporting of acts of sexual violence, report.
  • HB1936: Virginia Life, Accident and Sickness Insurance Guaranty Association; limits on obligations.
  • HB2007: Protective orders; assault and battery, penalty.
  • HB2040: Prostitution, pandering, etc.; violation of certain provisions is punishable.
  • HB2043: Incarcerated persons; transfer to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
  • HB2048: General district court or circuit court; payment of funds.
  • HB2049: Preliminary hearing; certification of ancillary misdemeanor offenses.
  • HB2379: Voter list maintenance; SBE shall utilize data received through list comparisons with other states.
  • HB2380: Community services boards and behavioral health authorities; information for students.
  • HJ577: Constitutional amendment; Board of Education granted authority to establish charter schools.
  • HB63: Public school interscholastic programs; participation by students receiving home instruction.
  • HB135: Home-produced or farm-produced products; sale of products by certain farm operations.
  • HB232: Immediate sanction probation program; extends sunset provision on establishment of programs.
  • HB233: Sex offenders; requires circuit court to find good cause before accepting name change applications.
  • HB234: VIEW; screening and assessment for use of illegal substances.
  • HB235: Sex Offender & Crimes Against Minors Registry Act; amends to add solicitation of prostitution.
  • HB285: Emergency protective orders; arrests for domestic assault, definition of law-enforcement officer.
  • HB293: Temporary detention; determining facility for individual.
  • HB294: Emergency custody order; extension.
  • HB326: Unlawful dissemination or sale of images of another; person is guilty of Class 1 misdemeanor.
  • HB334: Multidisciplinary child sexual abuse response teams, local; attorney to establish to review cases.
  • HB335: Family abuse protective orders; motor vehicles.
  • HB336: Insurance joint underwriting associations; board of directors.
  • HB403: Child sex-crime cases; admission of prior sexual offenses into evidence.
  • HB404: Investigation of cases involving alleged sexual abuse of a child; qualifications of investigator.
  • HB405: Abuse or neglect of a child, suspected; reports to law enforcement.
  • HB448: Firearms; restoration of rights, report to State Police.
  • HB449: Student information; release to federal government agencies or authorized representative of agency.
  • HB450: Background checks; employment prior to receipt of results.
  • HB451: Elections; elected and certain appointed officers, removal from office.
  • HB452: Plea agreements; upon rejection of agreement in any delinquency or criminal matter, etc.
  • HB504: Child pornography; modifications to discretionary sentencing guidelines for possession.
  • HB656: Pretrial appeals; transcript or written statement of facts.
  • HB657: Victims of crime; testimony using two-way closed-circuit television for certain offenses.
  • HB659: Community services boards and behavioral health authorities; information about services available.
  • HB660: Crimes; seizure and forfeiture of property.
  • HB661: Falsifying patient records; statute of limitation on prosecutions increased.
  • HB745: Internet publication of personal information; prohibition, attorneys for the Commonwealth.
  • HB1144: Private roads; designation as highways for law-enforcement purposes in Greene County.
  • HB1172: Temporary detention; procedure for transferring person.
  • HB1215: Reckless driving; violation of right-of-way.
  • HB1216: DBHDS; evaluate qualifications and training of individuals performing evaluations of individuals.
  • HJ51: Constitutional amendment; grants Board of Education authority to establish charter schools.
  • HJ444: Commending the Virginia Association of Commonwealth's Attorneys.
  • HR137: Commending Rodney S. Thomas.
  • HR567: Commending the American Legion Post 74 baseball team.
  • HB1HB17: Polling places; identification required to vote.
  • HB966: Guardian ad litem; shall not be appointed to represent child, etc. if committed delinquent act.
  • HB1442: Public school interscholastic programs; participation of students receiving home instruction.
  • HB1682: Mentally incapacitated persons; financial exploitation, penalty.
  • HB1684: Identity theft; victim assistance, restitution, penalties.
  • HB1763: Arrest warrants; jail officer employed in regional jail or jail farm may execute.
  • HB1764: Virginia Voter Registration System; State Board of Elections to develop.
  • HB1765: Voters; list to State Board of all registered voters, notification to general registrar of felony.
  • HB1766: Child sexual abuse cases; admission of prior sex offenses into evidence, definition of sexual abuse.
  • HB1787: Polling places; identification required to vote.
  • HB1788: Elections; identification to register to vote and present at polls.
  • HB1789: VIEW; substance abuse screening & assessment of public assistance applicants and recipients.
  • HB1870: Multijurisdiction grand jury; adds offense of receiving money for procuring person.
  • HB2269: Mandatory minimum sentences; terms of confinement or imprisonment to be served consecutively.
  • HB2331: Election laws; Attorney General shall have full authority to enforce laws or prosecute violations.
  • HJ578: Commending the Albemarle High School boys' soccer team.
  • HJ826: Commending the Virginia Councils of the Boy Scouts of America.
  • HB5: Constitutional amendment; taking or damaging of private property for public use (voter referendum).
  • HB251: Congressional districts; changes in boundaries.
  • HB946: Political action committees; campaign finance filings.
  • HB947: Nonpublic school students; organizations governing participation in interscholastic programs.
  • HB948: Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; crimes included.
  • HB949: Virginia Retirement System (VRS); optional defined contribution retirement plan for state employees.
  • HB950: Transcripts; provided to defendant in all felony cases.
  • HB951: DUI ignition interlock; required on first offense as a condition of a restricted license.
  • HB952: Carrying concealed weapons; correctional officers.
  • HB953: Assault and battery; adds prison contractor to class of people victimized in prisons, penalty.
  • HB954: Criminal law; redefinition of triggerman rule, penalty.
  • HB955: VIEW; screening and assessment of public assistance recipients for use of illegal substances.
  • HB956: Immediate sanction probation; removes two program limit.
  • HB957: Zero tolerance; shall continue for two years following restoration of driving privileges for DUI.
  • HB958: Citizenship of arrestee; if accused is not committed to jail, arresting officer to ascertain.
  • HB959: Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption on certain tangible personal property.
  • HB960: Certificates of insurance; no person shall issue those with false or misleading information.
  • HB961: Shoplifting and employee theft; merchant allowed to recover damages under certain circumstances.
  • HB962: DUI; penalty for maiming shall include a mandatory minimum term of confinement of one year.
  • HB963: Child pornography; possession, distribution, solicitation, etc., penalty.
  • HB964: Child pornography or grooming video; person 18 years of age or older displaying to a minor, penalty.
  • HB965: Campus police; mutual aid agreements with local law-enforcement agencies and State Police.
  • HB966: Guardian ad litem; shall not be appointed to represent child, etc. if committed delinquent act.
  • HB967: Campus police officers; included in definition of law-enforcement officers.
  • HB968: Drug trafficking; 3 years shall be mandatory minimum term of imprisonment for subsequent offense.
  • HB969: Sexual assault response teams; State attorney to invite chiefs of campus police to annual meeting.
  • HB970: Child abuse and neglect; mandatory reporting, penalties.
  • HB971: Barrier crimes; adds extortion and felony violations of protective orders to statute.
  • HB972: Involuntary commitment; criteria for commitment.
  • HB973: Sex crimes; penalties for offender who is 18 or older for rape, etc. of child under age 13.
  • HB974: Campaign finance disclosure reports; requires SBE to replace residence address of certain voters.
  • HB975: Governmental utility corporation; acting as public service corporation or public service company.
  • HB1126: Sanctions with Unified Rapid Enforcement (SURE); created.
  • HB1299: Immediate sanction probation program; created.
  • HJ3: Constitutional amendment; taking or damaging of private property for public use (second reference).
  • HJ160: Commending Brad Kennedy.
  • HJ345: Celebrating the life of Sylvia Jennings Henderson.
  • HJ469: Celebrating the life of Chris Breiner.
  • HR567: Commending the East Rockingham High School girls basketball team.
  • HB905: Automatic dialing-announcing devices; prohibits calling if subscriber is on Do Not Call Registry.
  • HB910: Income tax, state; increases deduction for organ donation.
  • HB925: VIEW; screening and assessment for use of illegal substances.
  • HB926: Students, nonpublic school; participation in public school interscholastic programs, fees.
  • HB2059: Telecommunications devices; prohibiting use of obscene language including electronic messages.
  • HB2060: Bail; magistrate shall set in accordance with order of court that issued capias.
  • HB2061: Subordinate mortgage; increases maximum amount upon refinancing of primary mortgage.
  • HB2062: Concealed weapons; allows Department of Corrections correctional officer to carry without a permit.
  • HB2063: Protective orders; expands class of persons eligible to obtain.
  • HB2064: Assault and battery; penalty when against an employee of prison contractor.
  • HB2065: D N A samples; taken of those convicted of sexual battery when victim is a minor.
  • HB2066: Sex offenders; prohibiting entry onto school grounds or other property, penalty.
  • HB2067: Criminal proceedings; investigative costs of law-enforcement agency.
  • HB2068: Health Care Decisions Act; medically inappropriate treatment.
  • HB2394: State health insurance plan; state employees who are nonclassified, hourly employees to participate.
  • HB2395: Students, nonpublic school; participation in public school interscholastic programs, fees.
  • HB2396: Solicitation of children; unlawful for adult to entice minor to enter motor vehicle.
  • HB2521: Virginia Motor Vehicle Warranty Enforcement Act; relating to consumers.
  • HJ625: School divisions, local; DOE to study nature and effectiveness of antibullying policies.
  • HJ626: Defendants; VSCC to study disposition of those unrestorably incompetent.
  • HJ647: Constitutional amendment; taking or damaging of private property for public use (first reference).
  • HJ890: Commending Boy Scout Troop 1140 on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
  • HB902: Financial exploitation of elderly or disabled; property taken by intimidation or deception, penalty.
  • HB903: Threat assessment teams; exempts certain records established at higher educational institutions.
  • HB904: Animal control officers; magistrate to issue arrest warrant for complaint for felony offense.
  • HB905: Automatic dialing-announcing devices; prohibits calling if subscriber is on Do Not Call Registry.
  • HB906: Security for Public Deposits Act; includes extracurricular public school activities funds.
  • HB907: Reports of certain acts to school authorities; local law-enforcement authorities to report.
  • HB908: Juveniles; loss of driving privileges for alcohol, firearm, and drug offenses.
  • HB909: Unclaimed property; storage fee for those in possession of sheriff or police.
  • HB910: Income tax, state; increases deduction for organ donation.
  • HB911: Juveniles; any transfer to circuit court shall include ancillary charges.
  • HB912: Sex offender registry; person to designate location where spending night if no legal residence, etc.
  • HB913: Victims of crime; may visit perpetrator in prison facility.
  • HB914: Barking dog ordinances; locality may require parties to use mediation in resolving dispute.
  • HB915: Towing and Recovery Operators, Board of; regulation exemptions.
  • HB916: Driver's license, commercial; disqualification of license if convicted of manslaughter.
  • HB917: Business entity fees; reductions for veterans.
  • HB918: Juvenile records; release of identifying information of juvenile who is a fugitive from justice.
  • HB919: Sex offender; prohibits proximity to children's museums.
  • HB920: Computer Crimes Act; definition of computer and computer network.
  • HB921: Retention of records; all records of Board of Social Services shall be retained for at least 25 yrs.
  • HB922: Charter; Town of Scottsville.
  • HB923: DUI; ignition interlock required to have on first offense as a condition of a restricted license.
  • HB924: DUI; post-arrest testing to determine drug or alcohol content of blood.
  • HB925: VIEW; screening and assessment for use of illegal substances.
  • HB926: Students, nonpublic school; participation in public school interscholastic programs, fees.
  • HB927: Immediate sanction probation program; established.
  • HB928: Virginia Universities Clean Energy Development and Economic Stimulus Foundation; created.
  • HB929: State Library Board; retention of certificates of occupancy.
  • HB930: Protective orders; allows petitioner to obtain extension of order for no more than two years.
  • HB931: Protective orders; coordination with other states.
  • HB932: Identity theft; distribution of information acquired through theft is a Class 4 felony.
  • HB933: General Assembly Conflicts of Interests Act; disposition of cases.
  • HB934: Capital murder; auxiliary police officers & deputy sheriffs added to statute.
  • HB935: Assault and battery; adult allows child to be present during assault, guilty of Class 6 felony.
  • HB936: Unlawful entry into a motor vehicle; penalties.
  • HB1382: Law-enforcement officers; prohibits public disclosure of personal information on Internet.
  • HJ114: Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public use (first reference).
  • HJ203: Joint Rules Committee and Speaker of House of Delegates; confirming appointments.
  • HJ223: Commending Doug Tarring.
  • HJ224: Commending St. Anne's-Belfield School boys' lacrosse team.
  • HJ263: Commending Leonard W. Sandridge.
  • HB994: Motor fuels tax; exemption for waste vegetable oil that has been collected and purified.
  • HB996: Felony, violent; presumption of no bail upon conviction.
  • HB1004: Advance mental health directives; may set procedures or instructions with regard to treatment.
  • HB2391: Foreign service; search warrant for electronic communications.
  • HB2392: License plates, special; issuance to veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • HB2393: Animal control officers; inclusion thereof in classification of law-enforcement officers.
  • HB2394: Personal information privacy; prohibits sale of credit inquiry information to third parties.
  • HB2395: Pressure sores; requires nursing homes, etc., to report data on occurrence thereof among patients.
  • HB2396: Advance medical directives; revises Health Care Decisions Act to clarify process.
  • HB2397: Child pornography; venue for prosecution where unlawful act thereof is produced, stored, etc.
  • HB2398: Commonwealth Law-Enforcement Mutual Aid Agreement; established.
  • HB2399: License plates, special; issuance to Purple Heart recipients.
  • HB2400: Criminal sexual assault; establishment of a multidisciplinary response thereto.
  • HB2401: Fallen Heroes Memorial Bridge, etc.; designating as memorial bridges.
  • HB2402: Identity theft; obtaining money, credit, etc. without authorization is prohibited under statutes.
  • HB2403: Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; electronic filing of claims.
  • HB2404: Virginia Universities Clean Energy Development and Economic Stimulus Foundation; created.
  • HB2650: Citizens' Right to Know: Pretrial Release Act; pretrial agencies keep detailed record & case record.
  • HJ725: Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public uses (first reference).
  • HJ791: Rules, and Speaker of House of Delegates, Joint Committee on; confirming appointments
  • HJ850: Commending William L. Sterrett.
  • HJ902: Commending Monticello and Thomas Jefferson.
  • HJ998: Commemorating the life and accomplishments of Nathaniel B. Early, Jr.
  • HJ1042: Retirement System; confirming appointment by Joint Rules Committee for member to Board of Trustees.
  • HR48: House Ethics Advisory Panel; confirming nomination.
  • HB559: Emergency custody orders, temporary detention orders, and involuntary commitment; criteria.
  • HB560: Commitment hearing; community services board representative, treating physician, etc. to attend.
  • HB989: University of Virginia; appointment of board of visitors.
  • HB990: Pyramid promotional schemes; definition thereof, penalty.
  • HB991: Development rights; allows Albemarle County to enact an ordinance for severance and transfer.
  • HB992: Prostitution; definition thereof.
  • HB993: License plates, special; issuance to supporters of Destination Imagination.
  • HB994: Motor fuels tax; exemption for waste vegetable oil that has been collected and purified.
  • HB995: Unlawful filming of another; guilty of Class 6 felony.
  • HB996: Felony, violent; presumption of no bail upon conviction.
  • HB997: Residential Property Disclosure Act; condition of real property to include evidence of mold presence
  • HB998: Line of Duty Act; definition of disabled person to include local employees.
  • HB999: Animals; posting of bond by owners of those abandoned or cruelly treated.
  • HB1000: Community College Education, Foundation for; contribution to be deposited for State residents.
  • HB1001: Bomb threat; restitution for cost of response.
  • HB1002: Condominium Act; notice of increased assessments.
  • HB1003: Nursing workforce information; publication on website.
  • HB1004: Advance directives; mental health directives follows same procedures as for medical.
  • HB1005: Higher educational institutions; notification to parent of mental health treatment for student.
  • HB1006: Emergency custody order and temporary detention order hearings; evidence.
  • HB1242: School employees; prohibits employment if subject of a founded case of child abuse and neglect.
  • HB1395: Sexual assault; Dept. of State Police, etc. establish policies for responding to crimes involving.
  • HJ125: Illegal immigration; memorializing Congress to pursue solutions.
  • HJ206: Commending the Monticello High School football team.
  • HJ266: Commending Jon Fried.
  • HJ312: Commending Hunter Walker.
  • HB1336: Law-enforcement officers; training related to sexual assault cases.
  • HB1348: Search and Rescue Training and Response Program, and Search and Rescue Advisory Council; created.
  • HB1358: Assisted living facilities; exempt from requirement to have staff member who is awake 24 hrs.a day.
  • HB1557: Sex offenders; prohibits certain employment or volunteer activity, penalty.
  • HB1559: Witnesses; civil immunity for those in criminal case.
  • HB2344: Sexual offenses; prohibiting entry of those convicted onto school property, penalty.
  • HB2345: Sex offender registry; nursing homes, etc. register with State Police to get notification thereof.
  • HB2346: Sex Offender Registry; notification in nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
  • HB2953: Administrative subpoena; issued for records of electronic communication service, etc.
  • HB2954: Eminent domain; definition of public uses and limitations thereon.
  • HB2955: Temporary detention orders; licensed physician to complete in-person evaluation.
  • HB2956: Retirement System; creates new defined contribution plan for employees who enter on/after 7/1/07.
  • HB2957: Child custody; presumption that joint legal and physical custody is in best interest of child.
  • HB2958: Criminal prosecution; civil actions arising therefrom, statute of limitations.
  • HB2959: Police and court records; expungement hearing to occur if person granted writ vacating a conviction.
  • HB2960: Hotel or restaurant services; failure to pay charges, penalty.
  • HB2961: Stock and nonstock corporations; authorizing notice and allowing voting by electronic transmission.
  • HB2962: Life-sharing communities; defines and establishes criteria for licensing and inspection thereof.
  • HB2963: Credit reports; authorizes any consumer to freeze access thereto.
  • HB2964: Motor vehicle; unlawful entry into.
  • HB2965: Certificates of analysis; notice by clerk to counsel regarding.
  • HB2966: Restitution for property damage or loss; State to be responsible for seeking for victim.
  • HB2967: Conflict of Interests Act, State and Local Government; disclosure requirements for local government.
  • HB2968: Child pornography cases; venue.
  • HB2969: Medical students; prohibition of unauthorized pelvic exams.
  • HB2970: Sex Offender Registry; clarifies that reregistration periods for those on registry are inflexible.
  • HB2971: Drug Treatment Court; restricts use thereof to cases involving possession of drugs or marijuana.
  • HB2972: Administrative license suspension; clarification thereof for DUI.
  • HB2973: Unsolicited bulk electronic messages; changes scope of State's spam law.
  • HB2974: Drug or alcohol content of blood; post-arrest testing.
  • HB2975: Personal Property Tax Relief Act of 1998; commissioner of revenue to rely upon DMV information.
  • HB2976: Property; release of deed of trust or other lien.
  • HB2977: Wrongful death action; award shall be distributed to decedent's estate.
  • HB2978: Watercraft; maiming of another resulting from operating thereof while intoxicated.
  • HB2979: Sexual offenses; raises penalty for use of communications systems when involving children.
  • HB2980: Child pornography; seizure and forfeiture of equipment.
  • HB3032: Vehicle safety inspections; not required to make appointment therefor.
  • HB3033: Development rights; permits severance and transfer thereof.
  • HB3034: DNA analysis; probation officer shall review Local Inmate Data System & report identity of offender.
  • HB3080: Medical examiner; to make an in-person investigation on scene or at morgue into cause of death.
  • HJ697: Family day homes; Bureau of Insurance of SCC to study availability of liability insurance.
  • HJ723: Constitutional amendment; taking of private property for public uses (first reference).
  • HJ801: Celebrating the life of Ralph Browning Johnson.
  • HJ804: Commending the St. Anne's-Belfield High School football team.
  • HJ805: Commending Keith Lynn Hammon.
  • HB1331: Retirement System; creates new defined contribution plan for employees covered thereby.
  • HB1332: Juvenile detention facilities; placement of adults.
  • HB1333: Sex Offender Registry; modifies registration of a person convicted of murdering a child.
  • HB1334: Motor vehicles; impoundment for eluding police.
  • HB1335: Explosives; photographs thereof as evidence in criminal prosecutions.
  • HB1336: Law-enforcement officers; training related to sexual assault cases.
  • HB1337: Law-enforcement officers; those retired have civil immunity for actions taken in emergency.
  • HB1338: Sexual offenses; additions and deletions of certain terms from definition of sexual battery.
  • HB1339: Peeping or spying; conviction of third offense
  • HB1340: Home instruction; requires persons providing home instruction to hold a high school diploma.
  • HB1341: Condemnation of property; definition of public uses by localities.
  • HB1342: College Savings Plan; deferment for military service.
  • HB1343: Driver's licenses; failure to return.
  • HB1344: Law-enforcement officer, etc.; persons using abusive language towards guilty of misdemeanor.
  • HB1345: Search warrants; process for issuance.
  • HB1346: Heath insurance; members of vol. fire dept. and rescue squads to enroll in state employees plan.
  • HB1347: Drugs; punishment for distributing, manufacturing, etc..
  • HB1348: Search and Rescue Training and Response Program, and Search and Rescue Advisory Council; created.
  • HB1349: Child abuse or neglect; videotaped statements allowed as evidence for certain crimes.
  • HB1350: District court; remove case to circuit court if dismissal on basis that statute is unconstitutional.
  • HB1351: Adult abuse; requires mandated reporters to notify law-enforcement directly in cases thereof.
  • HB1352: Physician; adds podiatry to definition thereof.
  • HB1353: Wine; ABC Board to sell those produced both in-state and out-of-state in government stores.
  • HB1354: Wireless devices; unsolicited messages and images sent thereto, penalty.
  • HB1355: Pawnbrokers; required to keep accurate record of each resale of goods, etc. at place of business.
  • HB1356: Mutual aid agreements; all sheriffs have authority to enter into.
  • HB1357: Weight limits; liquidated damages for overweight violations.
  • HB1358: Assisted living facilities; exempt from requirement to have staff member who is awake 24 hrs.a day.
  • HB1359: Sexually violent predators; electronic monitoring and supervision of those on conditional release.
  • HB1360: Driveway easements; servient estate not to participate in any activity to create unsafe conditions.
  • HB1361: Workers' compensation; primacy of coverage.
  • HB1362: Retirement Systm; employees operating E-911 system eligible for benefits equivalent to State Police.
  • HB1556: Retirement System; creditable service.
  • HB1557: Sex offenders; prohibits certain employment or volunteer activity, penalty.
  • HB1558: Subrogation rights; waiver.
  • HB1559: Witnesses; civil immunity for those in criminal case.
  • HB1560: Criminal prosecution; limitation of action.
  • HJ131: Immunizations; Joint Commission on Health Care to study continued use of mercury in vaccines.
  • HJ249: Commending Landon Hatfield.
  • HJ299: Celebrating the life of Stafford M. Pace.
  • HJ522: Commending the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation.
  • HJ5041: Commending Ruckersville Elementary School.
  • HJ5129: Celebrating the life of Corporal Adam Fargo.