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					                                                           CPOC 2010 End of Session Report - All Bills
                                                                       as of 10/1/2010
                *This is a comprehensive list of all bills acted on in the 2010 legislative session including those that were signed, vetoed, or died in the Legislature.

      Bill ID/Topic                 Location                                                             Summary                                                            Position
AB 12                      ASSEMBLY                    Existing law provides for the out-of-home placement of children who are unable to remain in the custody              Watch
Beall (D)                  CHAPTERED                   and care of their parent or parents, and provides for a range of child welfare, foster care, and adoption
                           09/30/2010-Chaptered by     assistance services for which these children may be eligible. This bill would extend these provisions to also
California Fostering       the Secretary of State,     include nonminor dependents commencing January 1, 2012. The bill would define the term "nonminor
Connections to Success     Chapter Number 559,         dependent" and related terms for purposes of the bill. This bill contains other related provisions and other
Act.                       Statutes of 2010            existing laws.

                                                       Last Amended on 08/30/2010
AB 15                      ASSEMBLY VETOED             Existing law requires the court, prior to the acceptance of a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, to advise the       Watch
Fuentes (D)                09/24/2010-Vetoed by        defendant that if he or she is not a citizen, conviction of the crime charged may result in deportation,
                           the Governor                exclusion from admission to the United States, or denial of naturalization. This bill would additionally
Criminal procedure:                                    require the court to advise the defendant that, if he or she is deported from the United States and returns
pleas.                                                 illegally, he or she could be charged with a separate federal offense. The bill would make other conforming
                                                       changes.

                                                       Last Amended on 07/01/2010
AB 16                      ASSEMBLY DEAD               Under existing law, including the Three Strikes Law, a person who is convicted of or who has a prior                 Watch
Swanson (D)                01/31/2010-Failed           conviction for a serious or violent felony, is subject to additional years of imprisonment in the state prison,
                           Deadline pursuant to        as specified. This bill would include within the definition of a serious and a violent felony the crime of
Human trafficking.         Rule 61(b)(3). (Last        human trafficking . This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
                           location was 2 YEAR on
                           6/8/2009)                   Last Amended on 04/14/2009
AB 33                      ASSEMBLY                    Existing law requires that the Attorney General establish and maintain within the Violent Crime                      Watch
Nava (D)                   CHAPTERED                   Information Center an investigative support unit to assist in the identification and the apprehension of
                           09/24/2010-Chaptered by     persons responsible for specific violent crimes and for the disappearance and exploitation of persons,
Child abduction: sex       the Secretary of State,     particularly children and dependent adults. This bill would require the investigative support unit to make
offender identification.   Chapter Number 224,         available, within 2 hours of a reported stranger abduction of a child, a list of persons required to register as
                           Statutes of 2010            sex offenders based on the method of operation, if available, of the sex offenders or the specified
                                                       geographical location from which the child was taken. This bill contains other related provisions and other
                                                       existing laws.

                                                       Last Amended on 08/19/2010
AB 34                      ASSEMBLY                    Existing law requires the Attorney General to establish and maintain a Violent Crime Information Center               Watch
Nava (D)                   CHAPTERED                   to assist in the identification and apprehension of persons responsible for specific violent crimes and for
                           09/24/2010-Chaptered by     the disappearance and exploitation of persons, particularly children and dependent adults. Existing law also
Reports of missing         the Secretary of State,     requires the Attorney General to provide information on reports of missing persons to law enforcement
persons: Violent Crime     Chapter Number 225,         agencies, as provided. This bill would require the Violent Crime Information Center to make accessible to
Information Center.        Statutes of 2010          the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System specific information authorized for dissemination
                                                     and as determined appropriate by the center that is contained in law enforcement reports regarding missing
                                                     or unidentified persons to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System to assist in the search for
                                                     the missing person or persons. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 08/19/2010
AB 61                      SENATE DEAD               Existing law, enacted by initiative statute, provides that if a minor consents and waives his or her right to a    Watch
Nava (D)                   08/13/2010-Failed         speedy jurisdictional hearing, the court may refer the case to the probation department or summarily grant
                           Deadline pursuant to      deferred entry of judgment if the minor admits the charges in the petition and waives time for the
Juvenile crime: deferred   Rule 61(b)(14). (Last     pronouncement of the judgment. These provisions apply whenever a case is before the juvenile court for a
entry of judgment.         location was PUB. S. on   determination of whether the minor is within the jurisdiction of the juvenile court because of the
                           6/23/2009)                commission of a felony offense, and the minor meets other eligibility criteria, including that the offense
                                                     charged is not one of an enumerated list of offenses for which a minor 14 years of age or older may be
                                                     found unfit for treatment in juvenile court and prosecuted under the general law in a court of criminal
                                                     jurisdiction. The initiative statute provides that any amendment of its provisions requires a 2/3 vote of the
                                                     membership of each house of the Legislature. This bill would list additional sexual offenses for which a
                                                     minor charged with the commission thereof would become ineligible for a deferred entry of judgment
                                                     pursuant to these provisions. By changing the punishment for a crime, the bill would impose a state-
                                                     mandated local program. Because the bill would amend an initiative statute, it would require a 2/3 vote.
                                                     This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 06/15/2009
AB 114                     ASSEMBLY VETOED           Existing law sets forth the purpose of juvenile court law, and provides that a minor under the jurisdiction        Watch
Carter (D)                 09/27/2010-Vetoed by      of the juvenile court who is in need of protective services shall receive care, treatment, and guidance
                           the Governor              consistent with his or her best interest and the best interest of the public. Existing law provides that a minor
Juvenile court law:                                  under the jurisdiction of the juvenile court as a consequence of delinquent conduct shall, in conformity
purpose.                                             with the interests of public safety and protection, receive care, treatment, and guidance that is consistent
                                                     with his or her best interest, that holds the minor accountable for his or her behavior, and that is
                                                     appropriate for his or her circumstances. This bill would authorize a county to adopt a restorative justice
                                                     program to address the needs of minors, victims, and the community. The bill would require the restorative
                                                     justice program to be implemented through a restorative justice protocol developed by the juvenile court in
                                                     conjunction with the prosecutor, public defender, and other interested groups. The bill would prohibit the
                                                     use of General Fund moneys to fund the program. The bill would include related findings and declarations.

                                                     Last Amended on 08/19/2009
AB 168                    ASSEMBLY DEAD              Existing law provides for sentencing enhancements on the basis of prior felony convictions, which are              Neutral
Nava (D)                  01/31/2010-Failed          defined to include certain offenses adjudicated before the juvenile court. However, existing law generally
                          Deadline pursuant to       provides for the confidentiality of juvenile records, reports, and related information. Those records may be
Juvenile case files:      Rule 61(b)(3). (Last       sealed and eventually destroyed, unless the subject of the record was found to be a ward of the court
sexually violent predator location was 2 YEAR on     because of the commission of specified felony offenses committed when he or she was 14 years of age or
proceedings.              6/2/2009)                  older. Certain persons, including law enforcement personnel who are actively participating in criminal or
                                                     juvenile proceedings involving a minor, may inspect those records and reports concerning that minor, but
                                                     those persons may not disseminate the records or reports, or related information, without the prior approval
                                                     of the presiding judge of the juvenile court, except as specified. This bill would authorize, in any
                                                     investigation, action, or proceeding based on the sexually violent predator laws, a court, upon a showing of
                                                      good cause, to permit the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, the State Department of Mental
                                                      Health, and the attorney petitioning for commitment, or their agents, to obtain and use records that have
                                                      been sealed, that are relevant to the civil commitment proceeding as determined by the court, in camera,
                                                      and pertaining to sustained petitions for specified sexually violent offenses that were committed when the
                                                      person had attained 14 years of age or older. The bill also would authorize, in any civil commitment
                                                      proceeding based on the sexually violent predator laws, the court, counsel for the parties, any jury, and any
                                                      other person authorized by the court, to obtain and use the records. The bill would provide that the records
                                                      would remain confidential, as specified. This bill contains other existing laws.

                                                      Last Amended on 04/14/2009
AB 192                       SENATE DEAD              The Public Employees' Retirement Law (PERL) creates the Public Employees' Retirement System (PERS),               Watch
Gatto (D)                    08/31/2010-Failed        which provides a defined benefit to its employees based on age at retirement, service credit, and final or
                             Deadline pursuant to     highest compensation paid to the employee. In the case of an employee who has been employed by one or
Public retirement            Rule 61(b)(17). (Last    more contracting public agencies, retirement benefits distributed to that employee is the obligation of all of
benefits: excess salaries.   location was THIRD       contracting public agency employers and is prorated to each of the contracting public agencies based upon
                             READING on 8/23/2010)    the number of years that the employee worked for each of those agencies. This bill would provide that the
                                                      obligations for retirement benefits that are attributable to excess compensation earned by a nonrepresented
                                                      employee who was employed by one or more public agencies shall be the sole obligation of the subsequent
                                                      contracting agency that paid the excess compensation. This bill would define "excess compensation" as the
                                                      final compensation of an employee of a contracting agency who previously worked for another contracting
                                                      agency to the extent the final compensation received from the current contracting agency is in excess of
                                                      15% of the salary paid by the prior contracting agency, as adjusted for actuarial increases in that salary.

                                                      Last Amended on 08/20/2010
AB 194                       ASSEMBLY VETOED          The Public Employees' Retirement Law creates the Public Employees' Retirement System, which provides              Watch
Torrico (D)                  09/30/2010-Vetoed by     a defined benefit to its members based on age at retirement, service credit, and final compensation, as
                             the Governor             defined. The State Teachers' Retirement Law and the retirement laws for county employees and city
Retirement: local                                     employees also provide for a defined benefit based on age at retirement, service credit, and final
employees.                                            compensation. Existing law requires the California Citizens Compensation Commission to establish the
                                                      annual salary and the medical, dental, insurance, and other similar benefits of state officers. This bill would
                                                      specify that, notwithstanding any other law, for the purposes of determining a retirement benefit paid to a
                                                      person who first becomes a member of a public retirement system on or after January 1, 2011, the
                                                      maximum salary or payrate upon which retirement benefits shall be based shall not exceed 125% of the
                                                      salary recommended by the California Citizens Compensation Commission to be paid to the Governor of
                                                      the State of California, effective December 7, 2009. The bill would require that this amount be adjusted
                                                      annually based on changes in the All Urban California Consumer Price Index. This bill contains other
                                                      related provisions.

                                                      Last Amended on 08/27/2010
AB 255                       ASSEMBLY DEAD            Existing law requires the operator of a commercial Internet Web site or online service that collects              Watch
Anderson (R)                 01/22/2010-Failed        personally identifiable information through the Internet about individual consumers residing in California
                             Deadline pursuant to     who use or visit its commercial Internet Web site or online service to post its privacy policy on its Internet
Internet security: virtual   Rule 61(b)(2). (Last     Web site or make that policy available, as specified. This bill would prohibit an operator, as defined, of a
globe technology.            location was 2 YEAR on   commercial Internet Web site or online service that makes a virtual globe browser available to members of
                             6/8/2009)                the public from providing aerial or satellite photographs or imagery of places in this state that have been
                                                identified on the Internet Web site by the operator as a school, place of worship, or government or medical
                                                building or facility unless those photographs or images have been blurred. The bill would also prohibit that
                                                operator from providing street view photographs or imagery of those buildings and facilities.

                                                Last Amended on 04/28/2009
AB 270                 ASSEMBLY DEAD            Existing law imposes various duties on the county welfare department at any hearing to terminate                     Watch
De La Torre (D)        01/31/2010-Failed        jurisdiction over a dependent child who has reached the age of majority. Among other duties, the county
                       Deadline pursuant to     must submit a report verifying that certain information, documents, and services have been provided to the
Dependent children.    Rule 61(b)(3). (Last     child including written information concerning the child's dependency case that includes any known
                       location was 2 YEAR on   information regarding the child's Indian heritage or tribal connections, if applicable, his or her family
                       6/2/2009)                history and placement history, and any photographs of the child or his or her family in the possession of
                                                the department, except as specified. The documents provided must also include a letter prepared by the
                                                county welfare department that includes specified information regarding the child, including the dates the
                                                child was within the jurisdiction of the juvenile court, and, if applicable, a social security card, a certified
                                                birth certificate, a health and education summary, an identification card, a death certificate of parent or
                                                parents, and proof of citizenship or residence. The court is authorized to continue jurisdiction if it finds that
                                                the county welfare department has not met these requirements and that termination of jurisdiction would be
                                                harmful to the best interests of the child. This bill would require the county welfare department to fulfill
                                                these duties at the court hearing closest to and before a dependent child's 18th birthday, or at the hearing to
                                                terminate jurisdiction over a dependent child who has reached the age of majority, whichever is earlier.
                                                The bill would additionally require that the report verifying the information, documents, and services
                                                provided to the child include the date when the child entered the jurisdiction of the juvenile court and the
                                                date when that jurisdiction is expected to terminate, all addresses of residency while under the jurisdiction
                                                of the juvenile court, a voter registration form, and, if applicable, a United States Selective Service
                                                registration form. The bill would require the county welfare department to screen the child and file for the
                                                federal Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program, if the child is likely to be eligible for benefits, and to
                                                ensure that the child has received a consumer credit report, as specified. The bill would require the court to
                                                continue jurisdiction if it finds that the county welfare department has not provided to the child the
                                                information, documents, and services described above, unless the child no longer wishes to be a dependent
                                                of the court. By imposing additional duties on local employees, the bill would impose a state-mandated
                                                local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                Last Amended on 04/27/2009
AB 273                 ASSEMBLY DEAD            Existing law provides that delinquent fines, state or local penalties, forfeitures, restitution fines and orders,   Support if
Anderson (R)           01/15/2010-Failed        and any other amounts imposed by a superior court upon a person or entity for criminal offenses, that total         Amended
                       Deadline pursuant to     at least $100 in the aggregate, may be referred by the court, county, or state to the Franchise Tax Board for
Collections: amounts   Rule 61(b)(1). (Last     collection, as specified. Existing law authorizes the board to collect any amount referred to the board under
imposed by a court.    location was JUD. on     these provisions, and any interest thereon, in any manner authorized for collection of a delinquent personal
                       1/4/2010)                income tax liability. This bill would require the superior court to refer these delinquent fines, state or local
                                                penalties, forfeitures, restitution fines and orders, and any other amounts imposed by a superior court upon
                                                a person or entity for criminal offenses to the board for collection, regardless of the amount. The bill would
                                                authorize the board to collect actual and reasonable costs of collection in addition to any amounts referred
                                                and interest thereon.
AB 284                 ASSEMBLY DEAD            The Charter Schools Act of 1992 permits teachers and parents to petition the governing board of a school             Watch
Garrick (R)            01/15/2010-Failed        district to approve a charter school to operate independently from the existing school district structure as a
                          Deadline pursuant to     method of accomplishing, among other things, improved pupil learning. A charter petition is required to be
Charter schools:          Rule 61(b)(1). (Last     signed by a specified number of teachers or parents who are meaningfully interested in either enrolling
petitions.                location was HIGHER      their children in the school or teaching at the school. This bill would authorize a petition to establish a
                          ED. on 1/5/2010)         charter school to be submitted for approval to the governing board of a community college district if the
                                                   petition proposes the operation of a charter school within the county in which the community college
                                                   district maintains a campus. The governing board of a community college district would be authorized to
                                                   grant a petition submitted to it for approval. The governing board of a community college district that
                                                   grants a charter petition would be required to assume all of the duties, responsibilities, functions, and
                                                   obligations that the governing board of a school district assumes when it grants a charter petition. A charter
                                                   school established as specified in the bill would be required to receive the state aid portion of the charter
                                                   school's total general-purpose entitlement, categorical block grant, other state and federal categorical aid,
                                                   and lottery funds directly. The governing board of a community college district would be required to
                                                   inform the state board if it elected to accept petitions for charter schools. The bill would require the state
                                                   board to limit the number of charter schools established pursuant to these provisions to 10 schools. The bill
                                                   would require the State Department of Education, by January 1, 2013, to prepare an analysis of the efficacy
                                                   of community college districts approving charter school petitions. This bill contains other existing laws.

                                                   Last Amended on 01/04/2010
AB 334                    ASSEMBLY DEAD            Existing law provides for the Medi-Cal program, which is administered by the State Department of Health           Support if
Fuentes (D)               01/15/2010-Failed        Care Services, and under which qualified low-income persons receive health care benefits. The Medi-Cal            Amended
                          Deadline pursuant to     program is governed, in part, by federal Medicaid provisions. This bill would expand , with certain
Medi-Cal: eligibility:    Rule 61(b)(1). (Last     modifications, the above provisions, commencing the later of January 1, 2011, or the date that all necessary
inmates.                  location was 2 YEAR on   federal approvals are obtained, to the extent permitted under federal law, to an individual who is 21 years
                          5/1/2009)                of age or older who is an inmate of a public institution. This bill contains other related provisions and other
                                                   existing laws.

                                                   Last Amended on 03/09/2009
AB 455                    ASSEMBLY DEAD            Existing law requires the California Conservation Corps to select young men and women for participation            Watch
Huffman (D)               01/15/2010-Failed        in the corps program on the basis of motivation for hard work, personal development, and public service,
                          Deadline pursuant to     and without regard to their prior employment or educational background. This bill would require that a
California Conservation   Rule 61(b)(1). (Last     minimum of 5% of selected participants represent young adults at risk of gang involvement, current gang
Corps: participation.     location was 2 YEAR on   members, or former gang members.
                          5/1/2009)
                                                   Last Amended on 04/13/2009
AB 458                   SENATE DEAD               Existing law prohibits a person from driving a motor vehicle with any object or material placed, displayed,        Watch
Cook (R)                 08/31/2010-Failed         installed, affixed, or applied upon the windshield or side or rear windows, with limited exceptions,
                         Deadline pursuant to      including for window tinting or glazing that meets specified requirements. Federal law establishes motor
Vehicles: peace officer  Rule 61(b)(17). (Last     vehicle safety standards for glazing material for use in motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment. This
vehicles: window tinting location was T. & H. on   bill would exempt a vehicle operated and owned or leased by a federal, state, or local agency, department,
or glazing.              1/14/2010)                or district, that employs peace officers, for use by those peace officers in the performance of their duties,
                                                   from California law prohibiting or limiting materials that may be placed, displayed, installed, affixed, or
                                                   applied to the windshield or side or rear windows, commonly referred to as window tinting or glazing.

                                                   Last Amended on 01/14/2010
AB 461                     SENATE PUB. S.            Provisions of law known as the Economic Crime Act of 1992 provided for specified limitations with                  Watch
Gaines (R)                 06/11/2009-June 11        respect to probation for, the imposition of specified restitution orders on, and a surcharge on a defendant
                           Referred to Com. on       convicted of a felony for theft of an amount exceeding $50,000. The Economic Crime Act of 1992 was
Economic Crime Act of      PUB. S.                   repealed by its own terms on January 1, 2008. This bill would reenact those provisions and provide for
1992: reenactment.                                   their repeal on January 1, 2019, unless a later enacted statute, enacted before January 1, 2019, deletes or
                                                     extends the date. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
AB 505                     ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law prohibits any person released on parole after having served a term of imprisonment in state           Watch
Furutani (D)               01/31/2010-Failed         prison for an offense requiring registration as a sex offender from living in a single family dwelling, as
                           Deadline pursuant to      defined, with any other person also required to register as a sex offender during the period of parole, unless
Sex offenders: housing.    Rule 61(b)(3). (Last      those persons are related by blood, marriage, or adoption. This bill would prohibit any person released on
                           location was APPR. on     parole after having served a term of imprisonment in state prison for an offense requiring registration as a
                           1/21/2010)                sex offender from living in multifamily housing in a unit with any other person also required to register as
                                                     a sex offender during the period of parole, unless those persons are related by blood, marriage, or adoption.
                                                     This bill contains other related provisions.

                                                     Last Amended on 01/04/2010
AB 552                     ASSEMBLY                  Existing law, the Public Safety and Offender Rehabilitation Services Act of 2007, authorizes certain               Watch
Solorio (D)                CHAPTERED                 revenue bond construction of prison facilities. The act, among other things, authorizes the Department of
                           06/03/2010-Chaptered by   Corrections and Rehabilitation to design, construct, or renovate prison housing units, prison support
Correctional facilities.   the Secretary of State,   buildings, and programming space in order to add new beds at existing adult correctional facilities. It also
                           Chapter Number 22,        authorizes the department to construct and establish new buildings at existing facilities under the
                           Statutes of 2010          jurisdiction of the department to provide medical, dental, and mental health treatment or housing, as
                                                     specified. This bill would additionally authorize the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to
                                                     develop beds and treatment space to serve inmates requiring mental health or medical services. The bill
                                                     would provide that any beds developed with a medical or mental health purpose shall be supported with
                                                     rehabilitative programming, as defined, that is consistent with the medical or mental health services
                                                     required by the inmates. The bill would authorize the department, in addition to designing and constructing
                                                     new buildings at existing facilities for medical, dental, and mental health treatment, to renovate existing
                                                     buildings at existing facilities for medical, dental, and mental health treatment as well as to design,
                                                     construct, or renovate any ancillary improvements, as specified. The bill would also make changes
                                                     regarding the calculation of design-build project augmentations from these funds. This bill contains other
                                                     related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/06/2010
AB 564                     ASSEMBLY VETOED           Existing law provides for substance abuse treatment programs, as specified. This bill would establish a            Watch
Portantino (D)             09/24/2010-Vetoed by      limitation on the amount of compensation a director, officer, or employee of a substance abuse treatment
                           the Governor              facility may receive from public sources, not to exceed a certain federal compensation limitation, and
Substance abuse                                      would establish specified compensation requirements for any director, officer, or employee who collects
treatment programs:                                  rent from a drug treatment facility. The bill would require these restrictions on compensation to be terms of
restrictions on                                      any contract entered into in the state to provide drug treatment if, under that contract, public funds are to be
compensation.                                        used to provide the drug treatment.

                                                     Last Amended on 06/10/2010
AB 575                     ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law makes it unlawful for a person who is required to register as a sex offender to reside within         Watch
Torres (D)                 01/31/2010-Failed         2,000 feet of a public or private school, or park where children regularly gather. Existing law also provides
                           Deadline pursuant to      that any person required to register as a sex offender who comes into any school building or upon any
Sex offenders:             Rule 61(b)(3). (Last      school ground without lawful business and written permission is guilty of a misdemeanor. This bill would
restrictions.              location was PUB. S. on   make it a misdemeanor for certain high- risk sex offenders , except in limited instances, to be physically
                           1/12/2010)                present and delay, linger, or idle about within 100 feet of a sensitive use site, as defined. For purposes of
                                                     those provisions, a sensitive use site would include specified places where children gather, including bus
                                                     stops, child care centers, sports centers, and schools. This bill contains other related provisions and other
                                                     existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 01/04/2010
AB 587                     ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law, amended by Proposition 21, an initiative measure enacted by voters at the March 7, 2000,              Watch
Cook (R)                   01/15/2010-Failed         statewide primary election, and requiring a 2/3 vote of the Legislature to amend, makes a person who
                           Deadline pursuant to      maliciously commits specified destructive acts with respect to another's property guilty of vandalism.
Vandalism: gang-related    Rule 61(b)(1). (Last      Existing law requires the court, when appropriate and feasible, to order a defendant who is convicted of
graffiti.                  location was 2 YEAR on    violating this provision, or to order the defendant and his or her parents, if the defendant is a minor, to
                           5/1/2009)                 clean up, repair, or replace the damaged property or keep the damaged property or another specified
                                                     property in the community free of graffiti for up to one year. This bill would provide that if the
                                                     defacement, damage, or destruction is determined by the finder of fact to further criminal gang activity, the
                                                     act of vandalism is punishable by imprisonment in a state prison or in the county jail not exceeding one
                                                     year, or by a fine of not more than $10,000, or by both that fine and imprisonment. The bill would also
                                                     authorize a court to grant probation and, as a condition of probation, order the defendant to participate in a
                                                     local intervention program and also order gang terms. By increasing the penalties for a crime, the bill
                                                     would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other
                                                     existing laws.
AB 614                     ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law requires the Department of Motor Vehicles to suspend or revoke a person's privilege to               No Position
Miller (R)                 01/31/2010-Failed         operate a motor vehicle, as specified, if the person refuses an officer's request to submit to, or fails to
                           Deadline pursuant to      complete, a chemical test or tests for alcohol or drugs, upon receipt of the officer's sworn statement that the
Driving under the          Rule 61(b)(3). (Last      officer had reasonable cause to believe that the person had been driving a motor vehicle while under the
influence (DUI): refusal   location was PUB. S. on   influence (DUI) and that the person had refused to submit to, or did not complete, the test or tests after
to submit to chemical      1/12/2010)                being requested by the officer. A violation of this provision is a crime. This bill would in addition impose
tests.                                               the same punishment for a refusal to submit to a chemical text for a first violation, or for one or more
                                                     violations or DUI offenses occurring within 10 years, as the punishment for DUI committed under similar
                                                     circumstances. By adding imprisonment in the county jail to this offense, the bill would impose a state-
                                                     mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
AB 616                     ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law establishes the Office of Gang and Youth Violence Policy within the Governor's Office of               Watch
Blumenfield (D)            01/31/2010-Failed         Emergency Services. Under existing law, that office is responsible for identifying, evaluating, and
                           Deadline pursuant to      coordinating gang and youth violence suppression efforts throughout the state, as specified. This bill would
Youth violence             Rule 61(b)(3). (Last      require the Office of Gang and Youth Violence Policy to use federal money it receives from the American
prevention: grants.        location was 2 YEAR on    Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to provide grants to certified local conservation corps for
                           6/2/2009)                 programs that would expand and enhance opportunities for at-risk young adults and schoolage youth, as
                                                     specified.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/13/2009
AB 640                     ASSEMBLY VETOED           Existing law provides that any person convicted of the unlawful sale of cocaine or heroin who is eligible           Watch
Huber (D)                   09/27/2010-Vetoed by      for and granted probation shall, as a condition of that probation, be confined in a county jail for at least 180
                            the Governor              days, except as provided. This bill would also provide that any person convicted of selling
Sentencing:                                           methamphetamine who is granted probation shall be confined in a county jail for at least 120 days as a
methamphetamine.                                      condition of probation, except as provided. By requiring confinement in a county jail as a condition of
                                                      probation, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related
                                                      provisions and other existing laws.

                                                      Last Amended on 04/21/2009
AB 668                      ASSEMBLY                  Existing law makes it unlawful for persons to engage in certain acts of trespass. In particular it is unlawful     No Position
Lieu (D)                    CHAPTERED                 for a person who has been convicted of a violent felony committed upon a particular private property to
                            09/29/2010-Chaptered by   enter upon that property after having been informed by a peace officer that the property is not open to the
Trespass.                   the Secretary of State,   particular person; or to refuse or fail to leave the property upon being asked to leave the property, as
                            Chapter Number 531,       specified. This bill would expand the scope of this offense by providing that during a specified timeframe
                            Statutes of 2010          it is unlawful for a person who has been convicted of any felony, any misdemeanor, or a specified
                                                      infraction, committed upon a particular private property, to enter or refuse or fail to leave that property
                                                      after being informed by a peace officer that the property is not open to the particular person, or to refuse or
                                                      fail to leave when asked, as specified. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                      Last Amended on 08/20/2010
AB 674                      ASSEMBLY                  Existing law provides that if a person is convicted of a criminal offense and alleges that he or she            Internal Oppose
Salas (D)                   CHAPTERED                 committed the offense as a result of post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse, or psychological
                            09/27/2010-Chaptered by   problems stemming from service in combat in the United States military, the court shall hold a hearing
Criminal procedure:         the Secretary of State,   prior to sentencing to make a determination about the allegation. If the court finds that the defendant's
veterans.                   Chapter Number 347,       crime was committed as a result of one of those factors related to serving in combat, and the court places
                            Statutes of 2010          the person on probation, existing law authorizes the court to place the person into a treatment program, and
                                                      provides that the defendant receives sentence credits for residential treatment, as specified. This bill would,
                                                      if the defendant alleges that he or she committed the offense as a result of sexual trauma, traumatic brain
                                                      injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse, or mental health problems stemming from military
                                                      service in the United States military, require the court to make a determination as to whether a defendant
                                                      was, or currently is, a member of the United States military and whether the defendant may be suffering
                                                      from any of those disorders, before placing an otherwise eligible defendant on probation and ordering the
                                                      defendant into a treatment program, as specified. The bill would authorize the court to request, through
                                                      existing resources, an assessment to aid in the determination of whether the defendant may be suffering
                                                      from any of those disorders. The bill would eliminate the requirement that the offense be committed as a
                                                      result of problems stemming from service in a combat theater. This bill contains other related provisions.

                                                      Last Amended on 08/17/2010
AB 713                      ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing federal law requires the federal government to compensate a state for the costs of incarcerating          Support if
Gaines (R)                  01/31/2010-Failed         undocumented criminal illegal aliens, or to take the undocumented criminal alien into federal custody, as          Amended
                            Deadline pursuant to      specified. This bill would require the Secretary of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to
Undocumented criminal       Rule 61(b)(3). (Last      annually bill the federal government for the costs of incarcerating undocumented criminal aliens. This bill
aliens: costs of            location was 2 YEAR on    contains other related provisions.
incarceration: collection   6/2/2009)
of data.                                              Last Amended on 04/23/2009
AB 740                    ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law affects the public safety, as specified. This bill would state that it is the intent of the          Watch
Hagman (R)                01/22/2010-Failed         Legislature to enact legislation on public safety.
                          Deadline pursuant to
Public safety.            Rule 61(b)(2). (Last      Last Amended on 01/05/2010
                          location was PUB. S. on
                          1/6/2010)
AB 743                    ASSEMBLY                  Existing law provides for the placement of dependent children by the juvenile court according to specified        Watch
Portantino (D)            CHAPTERED                 procedures. Existing law declares the policy of the Legislature relating to foster care, including that foster
                          09/30/2010-Chaptered by   care should be a temporary method of care for children and that reunification with the natural parent or
Foster care: sibling      the Secretary of State,   parents or another alternate permanent living situation such as adoption or guardianship is more suitable to
placement.                Chapter Number 560,       a child's well-being than is foster care. This bill would, instead, require the order to provide for visitation
                          Statutes of 2010          unless the court finds by clear and convincing evidence that the interaction is contrary to the safety or well-
                                                    being of either child. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                    Last Amended on 07/15/2010
AB 751                    ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law punishes persons who have been previously convicted of specified motor vehicle violations            Watch
Garrick (R)               01/31/2010-Failed         with imprisonment in the state prison for 2, 3, or 4 years, or by a fine of $10,000, or by both that fine and
                          Deadline pursuant to      imprisonment. These violations include certain felony grand thefts of a motor vehicle. This bill would
Theft: motor vehicle:     Rule 61(b)(3). (Last      apply those provisions to a person who has previously been convicted of one or more misdemeanor
penalties.                location was PUB. S. on   violations. The bill would also prohibit a person subject to punishment under the above provisions from
                          12/15/2009)               being granted probation, except in unusual cases in which the court finds that the interests of justice would
                                                    best be served by probation. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
AB 754                    SENATE DEAD               Existing law provides for the Medi-Cal program, administered by the State Department of Health Care               Watch
Chesbro (D)               08/31/2010-Failed         Services, under which qualified low-income persons are provided with health care services, including
                          Deadline pursuant to      mental health services. The Medi-Cal program is partially governed and funded under federal Medicaid
Medi-Cal: mental health   Rule 61(b)(17). (Last     provisions. This bill would, beginning July 1, 2011, exclude the Early Periodic Screening Diagnosis and
plans.                    location was INACTIVE     Treatment (EPSDT) specialty mental health services provided under a Medi-Cal specialty mental health
                          FILE on 9/10/2009)        services waiver from being allocated and distributed at the beginning of the contract period. This bill
                                                    contains other existing laws.

                                                    Last Amended on 09/04/2009
AB 777                    ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law provides that after inmates are released from the Department of Corrections and                      Watch
Bass (D)                  01/31/2010-Failed         Rehabilitation, they are placed on parole, as specified. This bill would require the Department of
                          Deadline pursuant to      Corrections and Rehabilitation to establish a pilot program at Folsom State Prison and at California State
Inmates: identification   Rule 61(b)(3). (Last      Prison, Los Angeles County for the purpose of providing each inmate at those facilities, prior to his or her
cards.                    location was 2 YEAR on    release, a valid California identification card, as defined, issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles
                          6/2/2009)                 (DMV). This bill contains other related provisions.
AB 785                    ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law provides for various sanctions to be imposed on persons who violate parole, including                Watch
Bass (D)                  01/22/2010-Failed         reincarceration. This bill would state the Legislature's intent that community sanctions be instituted for
                          Deadline pursuant to      parole violators who present a lower risk to public safety, as specified. The bill would require the
Community sanctions:      Rule 61(b)(2). (Last      Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to implement a "parole violation decisionmaking
parole violators.         location was 2 YEAR on    instrument" to provide guidelines for use by parole agents and the Board of Parole Hearings to determine
                          6/2/2009)                 the most appropriate sanctions for parole violators, as specified. The bill would require the department to
                                                    adopt regulations to implement these provisions. The bill would provide that its provisions do not limit the
                                                    authority of counties to prosecute parolees who commit new crimes.
AB 808                    ASSEMBLY DEAD             Under existing law and subject to an administrative hearing, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is           No Position
Fuentes (D)               01/31/2010-Failed         required to immediately suspend the privilege of a person to operate a motor vehicle if the person was
                          Deadline pursuant to      driving a motor vehicle when the person had 0.08% or more, by weight, of alcohol in his or her blood, the
Driving under the         Rule 61(b)(3). (Last      person was under 21 years of age and had a blood-alcohol concentration of 0.01% or greater, as measured
influence: administrative location was TRANS. on    by a preliminary alcohol screening test, or other chemical test, or the person refused to submit to or failed
hearing.                  1/12/2010)                to complete specified chemical or alcohol screening tests under specific circumstances. This bill would
                                                    extend this period to 90 days. This bill contains other existing laws.
AB 827                    ASSEMBLY VETOED           The Meyers-Milias-Brown Act contains various provisions that govern collective bargaining of local                 Watch
De La Torre (D)           09/30/2010-Vetoed by      represented employees. The Ralph M. Brown Act requires that all meetings of a legislative body of a local
                          the Governor              agency be open and public and all persons be permitted to attend unless a closed session is authorized.
Local public employees.                             Existing law requires all contracts of employment between an employee and a local agency employer to
                                                    include a provision which provides that regardless of the term of the contract, if the contract is terminated,
                                                    the maximum cash settlement that an employee may receive shall be an amount equal to the monthly
                                                    salary of the employee multiplied by the number of months left on the unexpired term of the contract, with
                                                    a maximum of 18 months. This bill would, on and after January 1, 2011, additionally prohibit an
                                                    employment contract for a local excluded employee, as defined, from including any clause that provides
                                                    for an automatic renewal, an automatic compensation increase, as specified, or an automatic compensation
                                                    increase in excess of a cost-of-living adjustment. The bill would also require the local agency, as defined,
                                                    to complete a performance review of any excluded employee, as defined, before an increase in
                                                    compensation in excess of a cost-of-living adjustment may be implemented for that individual. The bill
                                                    would also specify that those records, procedures, and actions shall conform to the requirements of law,
                                                    including, but not limited to, the Public Records Act and the Ralph M. Brown Act. By expanding the duties
                                                    of local officials, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related
                                                    provisions and other existing laws.

                                                    Last Amended on 08/27/2010
AB 858                    ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law subjects a person who possesses for sale certain specified controlled substances, including         No Position
Gilmore (R)               01/15/2010-Failed         methamphetamine and its salts and isomers, to imprisonment in the state prison for 16 months, 2 years, or
                          Deadline pursuant to      3 years, as specified. This bill would, instead, subject any person who possesses for sale methamphetamine
Controlled substances:    Rule 61(b)(1). (Last      or its salts and isomers to imprisonment in the state prison for 2, 3, or 4 years. This bill contains other
sentencing.               location was 2 YEAR on    related provisions and other existing laws.
                          5/1/2009)
AB 862                    ASSEMBLY DEAD          Existing law establishes various sexual assault offenses, including the offense of rape. This bill would              Watch
Knight (R)                01/22/2010-Failed      make a technical, nonsubstantive change to the provisions establishing the offense of rape.
                          Deadline pursuant to
Sexual assault.           Rule 61(b)(2). (Last
                          location was 2 YEAR on
                          6/8/2009)
AB 884                    ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law provides for the granting of probation and parole to specified offenders under specified              Watch
Swanson (D)               01/22/2010-Failed         circumstances. This bill would provide that it is the intent of the Legislature to craft legislation that will
                          Deadline pursuant to      amend the Penal Code to reduce unnecessary probation, parole, and jail time arising from certain probation
Probation and parole.     Rule 61(b)(2). (Last      and parole violations by nonviolent offenders.
                          location was 2 YEAR on
                        6/8/2009)
AB 891                  ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law provides that every building or place used for the purpose of specified unlawful transactions        Support if
Berryhill, Bill (R)     01/22/2010-Failed         involving controlled substances is a nuisance that is subject to abatement, and authorizes the court to assess    Amended
                        Deadline pursuant to      civil penalties against a defendant who has caused that nuisance. This bill would enacted the Gang
Real property: gang     Rule 61(b)(2). (Last      Nuisance and Abatement Act, establishing a cause of action against the owner of property used by a
abatement.              location was 2 YEAR on    criminal street gang as a congregating point. The bill would authorize a district attorney or city attorney to
                        6/8/2009)                 bring an abatement action against the property owner and would authorize the imposition of a fine not to
                                                  exceed $1,000 for the first violation and a fine not to exceed $2,500 for a 2nd violation. Upon a 3rd or
                                                  subsequent violation, the district attorney or city attorney would be authorized to file a petition with the
                                                  court for the seizure and forfeiture of the property in question, in accordance with certain procedures. The
                                                  proceeds from fines and property forfeiture would be split between local law enforcement and the district
                                                  attorney's office for the purpose of funding gang prevention activities, as specified.
AB 908                  ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law establishes a procedure to by which a probation officer determines the ability of the defendant      Sponsor
Berryhill, Tom (R)      01/22/2010-Failed         to pay all or a portion of the reasonable costs of any probation supervision or conditional sentence, as
                        Deadline pursuant to      specified. Existing law also provides that if practicable, the court shall order or the probation officer shall
Probation.              Rule 61(b)(2). (Last      set payments for those costs to be made on a monthly basis. Existing law further provides that execution
                        location was 2 YEAR on    may be issued on the payment order in the same manner as a judgment in a civil action, ad that the order to
                        6/8/2009)                 pay all or part of the costs shall not be enforced by contempt. This bill would require that the court order
                                                  the payment of the described probation costs as a condition of probation, if probation is granted.
AB 937                  ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law requires that violators of specified arson laws register their names, addresses, and other            Watch
Smyth (R)               01/31/2010-Failed         specified information with the police or sheriff in the jurisdiction where they are residing or are located,
                        Deadline pursuant to      within specified time limits, and subject to certain conditions. Additionally, these violators must register
Destructive devices:    Rule 61(b)(3). (Last      with the campus police chief of any public college or university where they reside or are located. Failure to
registration.           location was 2 YEAR on    register is a misdemeanor. Under existing law, certain administrative duties are imposed on county
                        6/2/2009)                 probation departments and the Department of Justice relating to the collection and dissemination of
                                                  information from registrants. This bill would impose registration requirements parallel to those applicable
                                                  in arson cases on violators of certain laws regulating the possession and use of destructive devices, as
                                                  specified. Parallel obligations would be imposed on public agencies relating to the collection and
                                                  dissemination of information from registrants. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing
                                                  laws.

                                                  Last Amended on 04/02/2009
AB 973                  ASSEMBLY                  Existing law authorizes a peace officer to take into temporary custody, without a warrant, a minor who is          Watch
Strickland, Audra (R)   CHAPTERED                 in a hospital if the release of the minor to a prospective adoptive parent poses an immediate danger to the
                        09/29/2010-Chaptered by   minor's health or safety. However, existing law prohibits a peace officer from taking into custody, without
Minors: temporary       the Secretary of State,   a warrant, a newborn child who is in a hospital, who tested positive for illegal drugs or whose birth mother
custody.                Chapter Number 440,       tested positive for illegal drugs, who is the subject of an adoption petition, and whose release to the
                        Statutes of 2010          prospective adoptive parents does not pose an immediate danger to him or her. This bill, instead, would
                                                  prohibit a peace officer from taking into custody, without a warrant, a newborn who is the subject of a
                                                  proposed adoption. This bill would also allow the Health Facility Minor Release Report to be signed by a
                                                  licensed adoption agency, and allow the release of the minor to the adoptive parent's authorized
                                                  representative or a licensed adoptive agency, when it does not pose an immediate danger to the minor. This
                                                  bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
                                                   Last Amended on 08/03/2010
AB 984                   ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law requires, with specified exceptions, that any person who reasonably believes that he or she         Watch
Nava (D)                 07/02/2010-Failed         has observed the commission of either a murder or rape where the victim is a child under the age of 14
                         Deadline pursuant to      years or a lewd or lascivious act with a child under the age of 14 years, as specified, to notify a peace
Crimes.                  Rule 61(b)(13). (Last     officer by telephone or any other means. The failure to notify a peace officer as required is a misdemeanor
                         location was PUB. S. on   with specified penalties. This bill would delete the age qualification of the victim in the case of murder or
                         6/30/2010)                rape and create an additional exception, pertaining to domestic partners, to the reporting requirement . This
                                                   bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                   Last Amended on 01/15/2010
AB 999                   SENATE DEAD               Existing law sets forth the powers and duties of the Division of Juvenile Facilities in the Department of        Watch
Skinner (D)              08/31/2010-Failed         Corrections and Rehabilitation with respect to wards in its custody, including, but not limited to, the return
                         Deadline pursuant to      of persons to the court of commitment for redisposition by the court, determination of offense category,
Juveniles: Division of   Rule 61(b)(17). (Last     and setting of parole consideration dates. Existing law requires the department to promulgate policies and
Juvenile Facilities.     location was INACTIVE     regulations implementing a departmentwide system of graduated sanctions for addressing ward
                         FILE on 8/26/2010)        disciplinary matters, including extending a ward's parole consideration date, subject to appeal, from one to
                                                   not more than 12 months, for a sustained serious misconduct violation, as specified. The department is also
                                                   authorized to promulgate regulations to establish a process for granting wards who have successfully
                                                   responded to disciplinary sanctions a reduction of up to 50% of any time acquired for disciplinary matters.
                                                   This bill would prohibit the department from extending a ward's parole consideration date, and would
                                                   require the department to promulgate regulations to establish a process for granting a ward whose parole
                                                   consideration hearing date was delayed due to disciplinary sanctions prior to January 1, 2011, a reduction
                                                   of up to 100% of any time acquired for disciplinary matters.

                                                   Last Amended on 08/20/2010
AB 1022                  ASSEMBLY                  Existing law provides that the Attorney General shall establish and maintain the Violent Crime Information       Watch
Nava (D)                 CHAPTERED                 Center to assist in the identification and apprehension of persons responsible for specific violent crimes
                         09/24/2010-Chaptered by   and for the disappearance and exploitation of persons, particularly children and dependent adults. Existing
Missing children.        the Secretary of State,   law provides that the Attorney General shall establish the Missing and Exploited Children's Recovery
                         Chapter Number 232,       Network which shall consist of an automated computerized system that shall have the capability to
                         Statutes of 2010          electronically transmit information pertaining to missing children to all state and local law enforcement
                                                   agencies, as specified. This bill would provide that within the Department of Justice there shall be a
                                                   director responsible for coordinating California's response to missing persons. The bill would establish this
                                                   position for the purposes of assisting law enforcement agencies with the timely search and recovery of at-
                                                   risk abducted children, maintaining up-to-date knowledge and expertise of those protocols, best practices,
                                                   and technologies that are most effective for recovering missing children, maintaining relationships with
                                                   law enforcement agencies and other entities responsible for the investigation of missing persons,
                                                   maintaining records, and making the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training Guidelines for
                                                   Handling Missing Persons Investigations document available to law enforcement agencies upon request.

                                                   Last Amended on 08/20/2010
AB 1081                  ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law makes it either a misdemeanor or a felony for a person to violate restraining orders relating to Fiscal Concerns
Torrico (D)              01/31/2010-Failed         domestic violence, as specified. This bill would require the court to order , prior to sentencing, the
                         Deadline pursuant to      probation department to administer a risk assessment evaluation when a person is convicted of violating a
Electronic monitoring:      Rule 61(b)(3). (Last   restraining order . This bill would require the court to impose continuous electronic surveillance of the
domestic violence.          location was 2 YEAR on person using specified GPS technology if the court determines that the results of the risk assessment and
                            6/8/2009)              any other relevant conditions merit the order , as specified . The bill would also require the defendant to
                                                   pay for the costs of the monitoring if he or she is able and would require the court to impose a $200 fee
                                                   upon conviction, if the defendant is able to pay the fee, as specified. This bill contains other related
                                                   provisions and other existing laws.

                                                      Last Amended on 05/06/2009
AB 1177                     SENATE DEAD               Under existing law, several agencies have prescribed responsibilities relating to homeless persons. This bill        Watch
Fong (D)                    08/18/2010-Failed         would create the California Interagency Council on Homelessness, composed of specified membersand
                            Deadline pursuant to      performing duties, including preparation of a homelessness state plan, updated every 2 years. It would
Homelessness:               Rule 61(b)(14). (Last     permit the council to apply for federal funding for its activities .
Interagency Council on      location was APPR. on
Homelessness.               3/22/2010)                Last Amended on 03/22/2010
AB 1198                     SENATE DEAD               Existing law provides for the Food Stamp Program, under which food stamps allocated to the state by the            No Position
Swanson (D)                 08/31/2010-Failed         federal government are distributed to eligible individuals by each county. Existing law provides that a
                            Deadline pursuant to      person convicted of a drug-related felony, with certain exceptions, is eligible for aid under the Food Stamp
Food stamps: eligibility:   Rule 61(b)(17). (Last     Program, if specified drug treatment conditions are met. This bill would remove the limitation that excepts
drug felonies.              location was APPR.        certain drug-related felonies from these provisions. This bill contains other related provisions and other
                            SUSPENSE FILE on          existing laws.
                            8/27/2009)
AB 1206                     ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law establishes the offense of a "hate crime" to mean a criminal act committed, in whole or in              Watch
Miller (R)                  01/15/2010-Failed         part, because of one or more actual or perceived characteristics, as specified, of the victim. This bill would
                            Deadline pursuant to      add to the list of actual or perceived characteristics, political affiliation. This bill contains other related
Hate crimes.                Rule 61(b)(1). (Last      provisions and other existing laws.
                            location was 2 YEAR on
                            5/1/2009)
AB 1211                     ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law authorizes the imposition of various conditions on persons released from prison on parole.              Watch
Torrico (D)                 01/15/2010-Failed         Under existing law, one of the conditions imposed upon a prisoner released on parole is that the prisoner
                            Deadline pursuant to      agree to be subject to search or seizure by a parole officer or other peace officer at any time of the day or
Parole: conditions.         Rule 61(b)(1). (Last      night, with or without a search warrant and with or without cause. If the prisoner does not agree to that
                            location was 2 YEAR on    condition of release, he or she loses worktime credits earned and may not be released from prison until he
                            6/2/2009)                 or she agrees to that condition or the entire term of imprisonment has expired, as specified. This bill would,
                                                      instead, require that any person being released on parole who was not committed to prison for a
                                                      registerable sex offense, a serious felony, a violent felony, or any felony that directly or indirectly involved
                                                      violence or the threat of violence, and who does not have a prior conviction for a serious or violent felony,
                                                      be released on parole with only one condition. This bill would provide that the one condition imposed on
                                                      an eligible parolee would be that he or she agree in writing to be subject to search or seizure by a parole
                                                      officer or other peace officer at any time of the day or night, with or without a search warrant and with or
                                                      without cause. This bill would provide that any eligible inmate who does not agree in writing to that
                                                      condition shall lose worktime credit earned pursuant to Article 2.5 (commencing with Section 2930) of
                                                      Chapter 7 on a day-for-day basis and shall not be released until he or she either agrees in writing to that
                                                      condition or has no remaining worktime credit, whichever occurs first. This bill would also provide that a
                                                      parolee's refusal to submit to a search or seizure while on parole is not grounds to revoke his or her parole.
                                                    Last Amended on 05/27/2009
AB 1229                   ASSEMBLY                  Existing law provides for the appointment of counsel to represent a minor in juvenile court proceedings, as     Watch
Evans (D)                 CHAPTERED                 specified. The father, mother, spouse, or other person liable for the support of the minor is liable to the
                          09/30/2010-Chaptered by   county for those costs, except as specified. This bill would additionally authorize the court to designate a
Juvenile court costs.     the Secretary of State,   court financial evaluation officer to make evaluations of liability for reimbursement for the costs of legal
                          Chapter Number 569,       services rendered to a minor. The bill would also require both the court financial evaluation officer and the
                          Statutes of 2010          county financial evaluation officer to follow the procedures set forth for county financial evaluation
                                                    officers, as specified. This bill contains other existing laws.

                                                    Last Amended on 08/10/2010
AB 1236                   ASSEMBLY DEAD                                                                                                                             Watch
Fletcher (R)              01/15/2010-Failed
                          Deadline pursuant to   Last Amended on 04/16/2009
Department of             Rule 61(b)(1). (Last
Corrections and           location was 2 YEAR on
Rehabilitation: United    5/1/2009)
Through Reading
Transitions Program.
AB 1239                   ASSEMBLY VETOED           Existing law establishes various prison education programs. Existing law requires the Department of             Watch
Solorio (D)               09/29/2010-Vetoed by      Corrections and Rehabilitation to determine and implement a system of incentives to increase inmate
                          the Governor              participation in, and completion of, academic and vocational education, as specified. Existing law requires
Prisoners: prison                                   the department to develop and implement a plan to obtain additional rehabilitation and treatment services
education programs.                                 for prison inmates and parolees. The bill would state findings and declarations of the Legislature pertaining
                                                    to inmate education. This bill would require that the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
                                                    implement any funding adjustments to inmate academic and vocational education programs consistent with
                                                    specified requirements, including, among others, that the department shall prioritize the preservation of
                                                    programs that are effective at reducing recidivism, and that the department shall seek to place inmates and
                                                    parolees into programs for which they are best suited, as specified. The bill would require the department
                                                    to annually report to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee specified information regarding inmate
                                                    participation in, and completion of, academic and vocational education programs. The bill would render
                                                    this reporting requirement inoperative on September 1, 2015.

                                                    Last Amended on 08/19/2010
AB 1244                     ASSEMBLY DEAD           Existing law authorizes the Department of Motor Vehicles to require a person applying for a driver's            Watch
Block (D)                   01/31/2010-Failed       license or an identification card to provide any identification that it determines is necessary to ensure the
                            Deadline pursuant to    identity of the applicant. This bill would require the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to
Parolee: driver's licenses. Rule 61(b)(3). (Last    provide an offender with a Parolee Identification Card and would require the Department of Motor
                            location was APPR.      Vehicles to honor that card as a valid source of identification for the purposes of applying for a driver's
                            SUSPENSE FILE on        license or an identification card. This bill contains other related provisions.
                            1/21/2010)
                                                    Last Amended on 01/15/2010
AB 1247                   ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law, scheduled to be repealed on January 1, 2010, creates the Sex Offender Management Board,           Watch
Adams (R)                 01/22/2010-Failed         as specified, under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, the purpose of
                          Deadline pursuant to     which is to address any issues, concerns, and problems related to the community management of the state's
Sex offenders: housing.   Rule 61(b)(2). (Last     adult sex offenders, including the housing of sex offenders in the community, with a goal of safer
                          location was 2 YEAR on   communities and reduced victimization. This bill would make technical, nonsubstantive changes to these
                          6/8/2009)                provisions.
AB 1258                   ASSEMBLY DEAD            Under existing law, 6 unified school districts and consortia operating children's services program sites that     Watch
Arambula (I)              01/31/2010-Failed        provide instruction, counseling, tutoring, and related services for foster children receive an allowance from
                          Deadline pursuant to     the State School Fund. Existing law also authorizes county offices of education, or consortia of county
Foster youth services.    Rule 61(b)(3). (Last     offices of education, to apply to the Superintendent of Public Instruction for grant funding, to the extent
                          location was 2 YEAR on   funds are available, to operate an education-based foster youth services program to provide educational and
                          6/2/2009)                support services for foster children who reside in a licensed foster home or county-operated juvenile
                                                   detention facility. This bill would delete the requirement that the education-based foster youth services
                                                   program referenced above be limited to foster children who reside in a licensed foster home or county-
                                                   operated juvenile detention facility.

                                                   Last Amended on 04/22/2009
AB 1338                   ASSEMBLY DEAD            Existing law provides, when a criminal complaint is filed, for the arraignment of the defendant on those          Watch
Anderson (R)              01/31/2010-Failed        charges before the court in which the complaint is filed, as specified. This bill would authorize the
                          Deadline pursuant to     presiding judge of the superior court, or a judge designated by the presiding judge, together with the
Arraignment courts.       Rule 61(b)(3). (Last     district attorney and the public defender, to establish and conduct an arraignment court program. The bill
                          location was 2 YEAR on   would authorize the presiding judge of the superior court to establish extended hours for the operation of
                          6/2/2009)                an arraignment court program .

                                                   Last Amended on 04/28/2009
AB 1362                   ASSEMBLY DEAD            Existing law establishes the California Rehabilitation Oversight Board. This bill would establish the             Watch
Solorio (D)               01/31/2010-Failed        California Rehabilitation Oversight Board Advisory Committee and charge it with providing assistance
                          Deadline pursuant to     and advice regarding strategies for accomplishing the rehabilitation goals of the various mental health,
California Rehabilitation Rule 61(b)(3). (Last     substance abuse, educational, and employment programs for inmates and parolees operated by the
Oversight Board:          location was 2 YEAR on   Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
advisory committee.       6/2/2009)
                                                   Last Amended on 04/16/2009
AB 1369                   ASSEMBLY VETOED          Existing law provides that the board of supervisors of any county may authorize the correctional                  Neutral
Davis (D)                 09/29/2010-Vetoed by     administrator to offer a program under which minimum security inmates and low-risk offenders committed
                          the Governor             to a county jail or other county correctional facility or granted probation, or inmates participating in a work
Inmates: electronic                                furlough program, may voluntarily participate in a home detention program. Existing law also provides
monitoring.                                        that the board of supervisors of any county may, upon determination by the correctional administrator that
                                                   conditions in a jail facility warrant the necessity of releasing sentenced misdemeanor inmates prior to them
                                                   serving the full amount of a given sentence due to lack of jail space, offer a program under which specified
                                                   inmates may be required to participate in an involuntary home detention program. This bill would provide
                                                   that, until January 1, 2015, upon determination of the correctional administrator that conditions in a jail
                                                   facility warrant the necessity of releasing inmates being held in lieu of bail, the board of supervisors of any
                                                   county may authorize the correctional administrator to offer a program under which these inmates may be
                                                   placed in an electronic monitoring program, as specified. The bill would provide separate authority for
                                                   voluntary and involuntary electronic monitoring programs. The bill would establish criteria for inmates to
                                                   be eligible for programs established pursuant to its provisions and would specify circumstances under
                                                     which inmates may be placed in these programs. The bill would also provide that defendants arrested for a
                                                     bailable offense who are without any other warrant and who meet certain criteria may apply, after 10 court
                                                     days from the date of arraignment, for release on reduced bail if the defendant agrees to be placed in the
                                                     voluntary electronic monitoring program and the court and correctional administrator determine that the
                                                     defendant is eligible to participate in the electronic monitoring program. The bill would make it a
                                                     misdemeanor for any inmate who is a participant in an electronic monitoring program to fail to comply
                                                     with the prescribed rules and regulations. By creating a new crime, this bill would impose a state-mandated
                                                     local program. The bill would specify, for persons pending disposition of charges, that electronic
                                                     monitoring programs authorized pursuant to this bill include, but are not limited to, home detention
                                                     programs, work furlough programs, and work release programs. The bill would make other conforming
                                                     changes. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 08/17/2010
AB 1376                   SENATE DEAD                Existing law prescribes various penalties for criminal offenses. This bill would create an independent,            Watch
Bass (D)                  08/31/2010-Failed          multijurisdictional body to provide a nonpartisan forum for statewide policy development, information
                          Deadline pursuant to       development, research, and planning concerning criminal sentences and their effects.
Sentencing.               Rule 61(b)(17). (Last
                          location was RLS. on       Last Amended on 04/13/2009
                          6/18/2009)
AB 1384                  ASSEMBLY DEAD               Existing law requires the State Air Resources Board to adopt procedures for determining the compliance of          Watch
Miller (R)               01/31/2010-Failed           any system designed for the control of gasoline vapor emissions during gasoline marketing operations,
                         Deadline pursuant to        including storage and transfer operations, and additional performance standards to ensure that systems for
Gasoline: vapor recovery Rule 61(b)(3). (Last        the control of gasoline vapors from motor vehicle fueling operations do not cause excessive spillage and
systems.                 location was 2 YEAR on      emissions. Existing law prohibits the state board from requiring a gasoline dispensing facility that meets
                         5/1/2009)                   certain requirements from undergoing an Enhanced Vapor Recovery Phase II upgrade until April 1, 2011.
                                                     Regulations adopted by the state board require an Enhanced Vapor Recovery Phase II upgrade by April 1,
                                                     2009, as provided. This bill would prohibit the state board from requiring a gasoline dispensing facility
                                                     owned or operated by a local government that does not meet these requirements from undergoing an
                                                     Enhanced Vapor Recovery Phase II upgrade until April 1, 2010. This bill contains other related provisions.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/29/2009
AB 1392                   ASSEMBLY DEAD              Under existing law, a person is guilty of vandalism if he or she maliciously destroys, damages, or defaces         Watch
Tran (R)                  01/31/2010-Failed          with graffiti or other inscribed material any real or personal property that is not his or her own. The court is
                          Deadline pursuant to       authorized to order a defendant who is convicted of vandalism to clean up, repair, or replace the damaged
Vandalism: Graffiti and   Rule 61(b)(3). (Last       property, or to order the defendant, and his or her parents if the defendant is a minor, to keep the damaged
Gang Technology Fund.     location was 2 YEAR on     property or another specified property in the community free of graffiti for up to one year. This bill would
                          6/8/2009)                  provide that any person who commits specified acts of vandalism shall, in addition to any other
                                                     punishment, pay a fine of $150, or $300 if the person is also determined to have committed a gang-related
                                                     offense, as defined. By increasing the punishment for existing crimes, the bill would impose a state-
                                                     mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/13/2009
AB 1395                   SENATE PUB. S.          Existing law provides time credit for work performance and good behavior to prisoners confined to a                   Watch
Torrico (D)               02/19/2010-Feb. 19 From county jail, industrial farm, or road camp, or any city jail, industrial farm, or road camp. Specifically,
                          committee chair, with      except regarding certain prisoners who are limited to 15% credit against sentenced time, existing law
Inmates: incentive        author's amendments:       provides that a term of 4 days will be deemed to have been served for every 2 days spent in actual custody
credits.                  Amend, and re-refer to     in one of these facilities, except that a term of 6 days will be deemed to have been served for every 4 days
                          committee. Read second     in actual custody for prisoners required to register as sex offenders, prisoners committed for a serious
                          time, amended, and re-     felony, or prisoners with a prior conviction for a serious or violent felony. This bill would instead provide
                          referred to Com. on PUB.   that prisoners sentenced to state prison, except for those required to register as sex offenders, committed
                          S.                         for a serious felony, or with a previous conviction for a serious or violent felony, who are confined in a city
                                                     or county jail, industrial farm, or road camp prior to and after the date of a sentence to state prison shall
                                                     have one day deducted from his or her period of confinement for every day the prisoner served in a city or
                                                     county jail, industrial farm, or road camp. The bill would provide that a prisoner sentenced to state prison
                                                     who is confined in a city or county jail, industrial farm, or road camp may not receive the day for day
                                                     credit if it appears by the record that the prisoner refused to satisfactorily perform labor or failed to
                                                     satisfactorily comply with rules and regulations, as specified. The bill would provide that, for prisoners
                                                     otherwise in a county jail, industrial farm, or road camp, or any city jail, industrial farm, or road camp,
                                                     except those subject to the 15% limitation on credits noted above, a term of 6 days will be deemed to have
                                                     been served for every 4 days spent in actual custody. Because this bill would change the punishment for
                                                     crimes, it would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and
                                                     other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 02/19/2010
AB 1414                   ASSEMBLY                   Existing law, the California Uniform Controlled Substances Act, classifies controlled substances into 5           Watch
Hill (D)                  CHAPTERED                  designated schedules, with the most restrictive limitations generally placed on controlled substances
                          07/15/2010-Chaptered by    classified in Schedule I, and the least restrictive limitations generally placed on controlled substances
Controlled substances:    Secretary of State -       classified in Schedule V. Existing law places apomorphine within Schedule II. This bill would remove
apomorphine:              Chapter 76, Statutes of    apomorphine from Schedule II of the California Uniform Controlled Substances Act and make it an
unscheduled.              2010.                      unscheduled substance.

                                                     Last Amended on 03/08/2010
AB 1417                   ASSEMBLY DEAD              Existing law provides that any person who violates specified vandalism provisions on or within 100 feet of        Watch
Smyth (R)                 01/15/2010-Failed          a highway or on a freeway, as specified, is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine or imprisonment
                          Deadline pursuant to       or both a fine and imprisonment, as specified. This bill would increase the penalties for violations of these
Vandalism.                Rule 61(b)(1). (Last       provisions. Because the bill would increase the penalties for a crime, it would impose a state-mandated
                          location was 2 YEAR on     local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
                          5/1/2009)
                                                     Last Amended on 04/16/2009
AB 1443                   SENATE DEAD                Existing law requires, if a person is convicted of a specified driving-under-the-influence (DUI) offense and      Watch
Huffman (D)               07/02/2010-Failed          the offense occurred within 10 years of 2, or 3 or more prior specified DUI offenses that resulted in a
                          Deadline pursuant to       conviction, that the person be punished by enhanced penalties, and that the person's privilege to operate a
Vehicles: driving under   Rule 61(b)(13). (Last      motor vehicle be revoked by the Department of Motor Vehicles for a period of 2, 3, 4, or 5 years, as
the influence: repeat     location was PUB. S. on    applicable. This bill would require the department to permanently revoke the driver's license of a person
offenders.                6/30/2010)                 who was previously convicted of 3 or more specified DUI offenses . This bill contains other related
                                                     provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 06/23/2010
AB 1455                   SENATE DEAD                Existing law classifies controlled substances into 5 schedules, with the most restrictive limitations placed      Support
Hill (D)                  08/13/2010-Failed          on controlled substances classified in Schedule I, and the least restrictive limitations placed on controlled
                          Deadline pursuant to       substances classified in Schedule V. A controlled substance in any of the schedules may be possessed or
Ephedrine: retail sale.   Rule 61(b)(14). (Last      dispensed only upon a lawful prescription, as specified. Existing law does not classify ephedrine,
                          location was JUD. on       pseudoephedrine, norpseudoephedrine, or phenylpropanolamine within any of these 5 schedules, but
                          6/30/2010)                 provides that it is a crime, punishable as specified, for a person in this state who engages in specified
                                                     transactions involving those drugs to fail to submit a report to the Department of Justice of all of those
                                                     transactions, or to fail to submit an application to, and obtain a permit for the conduct of that business
                                                     from, the Department of Justice, as specified. Existing law prohibits the sale of more than 3 packages or 9
                                                     grams of a nonprescription product containing ephedrine or the other drugs, as specified. This bill would
                                                     instead provide that it is a misdemeanor, punishable as specified, for any retail distributor, except pursuant
                                                     to a valid prescription from a licensed practitioner with prescriptive authority, to sell or distribute to a
                                                     person specified amounts of nonprescription products containing ephedrine, pseudoephedrine,
                                                     norpseudoephedrine, or phenylpropanolamine within specified time limits, to sell or distribute any of those
                                                     substances to a person whose information has generated an alert, or, except under specified conditions, to
                                                     sell or distribute to any purchaser a nonprescription product containing any amount of those substances.
                                                     The bill would contain provisions requiring the secure storage of products containing any amount of
                                                     ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, norpseudoephedrine, or phenylpropanolamine and providing for the creation
                                                     of an electronic authorization and monitoring system for the collection of, access to, and sharing of
                                                     information regarding these transactions, as specified. The bill would provide that the information in the
                                                     system may not be used for any purpose other than to meet the requirements of, or comply with, this act or
                                                     a certain federal act, as specified. The bill would specify legislative findings, declarations, and intent. The
                                                     bill's provisions would remain in effect only until January 1, 2017. By creating a new crime, this bill would
                                                     impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 06/14/2010
AB 1498                   ASSEMBLY DEAD              Existing law provides that a person convicted of specified misdemeanor crimes who, within 10 years of the         Watch
De Leon (D)               01/31/2010-Failed          conviction, owns, purchases, receives, or has in his or her possession or under his or her custody or control
                          Deadline pursuant to       any firearm is guilty of a public offense, which shall be punished as specified. This bill would additionally
Firearms: possession.     Rule 61(b)(3). (Last       include within this provision specified misdemeanor crimes relating to weapons and to criminal street gang
                          location was 2 YEAR on     activity. Because this bill would change the punishment of a crime, it would impose a state-mandated local
                          6/2/2009)                  program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/23/2009
AB 1538                      ASSEMBLY DEAD           Existing law requires the Superintendent of Public Instruction to develop, and the State Board of Education        Watch
Ma (D)                       01/31/2010-Failed       to adopt, regulations governing the use of behavioral interventions with individuals with exceptional needs
                             Deadline pursuant to    receiving special education and related services. This bill would prohibit an educational provider from
Pupil discipline: restraint. Rule 61(b)(3). (Last    using physical restraint, as defined, on a pupil who is an individual with exceptional needs for the purpose
                             location was THIRD      of coercion, punishment, convenience, or retaliation by staff, or as an extended procedure beyond an
                             READING on 1/26/2010)   immediate emergency, and would specify conditions under which an educational provider would be
                                                     authorized to use physical restraint. This bill contains other related provisions.

                                                     Last Amended on 05/13/2009
AB 1596                   ASSEMBLY                   This bill would eliminate the requirement of residence with the plaintiff. (1) Existing law provides that a       Watch
Hayashi (D)               CHAPTERED                  hearing on a petition for a civil harassment or workplace violence restraining order must be held within 15
                           09/30/2010-Chaptered by days from the date a temporary restraining order is issued, or within 21 days, if good cause appears to the
Protective orders:         the Secretary of State, court. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
enforcement.               Chapter Number 572,
                           Statutes of 2010        Last Amended on 08/05/2010
AB 1601                    ASSEMBLY                  Existing law requires, if a person is convicted of a specified driving-under-the-influence (DUI) offense and       Watch
Hill (D)                   CHAPTERED                 the offense occurred within 10 years of 2, or 3 or more, prior specified DUI offenses that resulted in a
                           09/27/2010-Chaptered by   conviction, that the person be punished by enhanced penalties, and that the person's privilege to operate a
Vehicles: driving-under-   the Secretary of State,   motor vehicle be revoked by the department for a period of 2, 3, 4, or 5 years, as applicable. This bill
the-influence (DUI):       Chapter Number 301,       would, beginning January 1, 2012, authorize the court to order a 10-year revocation of the driver's license
repeat offenders.          Statutes of 2010          of a person who has been convicted of 3 or more specified DUI offenses if the court considers certain
                                                     factors, including, but not limited to, the period of time that has elapsed since his or her previous DUI
                                                     convictions. The bill would also authorize a person who had his or her driver's license revoked for 10 years
                                                     to apply to the Department of Motor Vehicles, 5 years from the date of the last DUI conviction, to have his
                                                     or her privilege to operate a motor vehicle reinstated subject to certain conditions, including, among other
                                                     things, the condition that the person was not convicted of any other drug- or alcohol-related offenses, under
                                                     state law, during the driver's license revocation period. This bill contains other related provisions and other
                                                     existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 08/17/2010
AB 1661                    ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law establishes the offense of residential trespass, which is punishable as a misdemeanor with            Watch
Nielsen (R)                04/23/2010-Failed         specified penalties. Existing law also makes it a misdemeanor with specified penalties for anyone to
                           Deadline pursuant to      willfully resist, delay, or obstruct any public officer, peace officer, or an emergency medical technician, in
Trespass: resisting a      Rule 61(b)(5). (Last      the discharge or attempt to discharge any duty of his or her office or employment, as specified. This bill
public officer.            location was PUB. S. on   would make it an offense to commit a residential trespass in an effort to evade or flee from a public officer,
                           4/20/2010)                peace officer, or an emergency medical technician, in the discharge or attempt to discharge any duty of his
                                                     or her office or employment. The bill would provide that this offense would be punishable by
                                                     imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding one year, or in state prison for 16 months, 2, or 3 years. This
                                                     bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/14/2010
AB 1678                    ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law requires the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to release a prisoner on a specified        Watch
Lieu (D)                   06/04/2010-Failed         period of parole after the expiration of a term of imprisonment. Under existing law, the department is
                           Deadline pursuant to      authorized to return a parolee to prison if the Board of Parole Hearings determines that the parolee violated
Prisoners: parole.         Rule 61(b)(11). (Last     the terms of his or her parole, as specified. This bill would provide that a person shall not be granted
                           location was APPR.        nonrevocable parole, as described above, if he or she is required to register pursuant to the California Street
                           SUSPENSE FILE on          Terrorism Enforcement and Prevention Act, is listed on the CalGang System, or has identified himself or
                           5/28/2010)                herself as a gang member to a staff member of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. The bill
                                                     would provide that a person shall not be granted nonrevocable parole if the person was committed to
                                                     prison for solicitation of murder, involuntary manslaughter, stalking, or domestic violence , possession of
                                                     an explosive or destructive device, unlawfully causing a fire to an inhabited structure, cruelty against
                                                     children, battery resulting in serious bodily injury, battery against a peace officer, evading a police officer,
                                                     or if the person has a previous conviction for one of these crimes. The bill would also provide that a person
                                                     shall not be granted nonrevocable parole if an objection to the person's parole, by a local law enforcement
                                                     agency, has been sustained by either the Secretary of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation or
                                                     the Board of Parole Hearings, as specified. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing
                                                     laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/13/2010
AB 1682                  ASSEMBLY DEAD               Existing law prohibits any law enforcement officer or employee of a law enforcement agency from                   Watch
Torres (D)               06/04/2010-Failed           disclosing to any arrested person, or to any person who may be a defendant in a criminal action, the
                         Deadline pursuant to        address or telephone number of any person who is a victim or witness of the alleged offense. This bill
Police reports:          Rule 61(b)(11). (Last       would authorize a board of supervisors or a city council to authorize the sheriff, in the case of a county, or
confidential personal    location was PUB. S. on     the chief of police, in the case of a city, to establish a procedure to protect current address information
information.             5/3/2010)                   contained in a police report, arrest report, or investigative report regarding a victim if access to that
                                                     information would reveal the current address of a victim or alleged victim of a crime, and if that victim,
                                                     alleged victim, or the parent or guardian of a victim or alleged victim who is a minor has requested the
                                                     information to be kept confidential, subject to specified exceptions. This bill contains other related
                                                     provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/29/2010
AB 1688                   ASSEMBLY DEAD              Existing law, the Sex Offender Registration Act, requires persons convicted of specified sex offenses to          Watch
Jeffries (R)              04/23/2010-Failed          register with local authorities for life while residing, located, attending school, or working in California.
                          Deadline pursuant to       Willful failure to register, as required, is a misdemeanor, or felony, depending on the underlying offense.
Sex offenders: disorderly Rule 61(b)(5). (Last       This bill would require persons convicted of the above-mentioned misdemeanor to register pursuant to the
conduct.                  location was PUB. S. on    Sex Offender Registration Act. Because this bill would create a new crime, and because additional persons
                          2/4/2010)                  would have to be registered as sex offenders by local officials, it would impose a state-mandated local
                                                     program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
AB 1700                  ASSEMBLY REV. &             The Sales and Use Tax Law imposes a state sales and use tax on retailers and on the storage, use, or other        Neutral
Gaines (R)               TAX                         consumption of tangible personal property in this state at the rate of 61/4% of the gross receipts from the
                         05/10/2010-May 10 In        retail sale of tangible personal property in this state and of the sales price of tangible personal property
Sales and use taxes:     committee: Set, final       purchased from any retailer for storage, use, or other consumption in this state. That law, until July 1,
vehicle license fee:     hearing. Referred to        2011, increases the state sales and use tax rate by 1% to a rate of 71/4%. This bill would repeal the
income taxes.            REV. & TAX. suspense        additional 1% state sales and use tax rate on the first day of the first calendar quarter commencing more
                         file. In committee: Set,    than 90 days after the effective date of this bill. This bill contains other related provisions and other
                         final hearing. Held under   existing laws.
                         submission.
                                                     Last Amended on 03/23/2010
AB 1702                  SENATE DEAD                 Existing law establishes the California Community Colleges, under the administration of the Board of               Watch
Swanson (D)              08/31/2010-Failed           Governors of the California Community Colleges, as a segment of public postsecondary education in the
                         Deadline pursuant to        state. This bill would instead require the open course provisions in statute or regulations of the board of
Community colleges:      Rule 61(b)(17). (Last       governors to be waived for a governing board of a community college district that provides those classes
inmate education         location was APPR. on       for inmates, including inmates of state correctional facilities, and would authorize the board of governors
programs: computation of 8/12/2010)                  to include the units of full-time equivalent students generated in those classes for purposes of state
apportionments.                                      apportionments. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 05/28/2010
AB 1710                  ASSEMBLY DEAD               Existing law provides that in every case in which a victim, as defined, has suffered economic loss as a           Support
Nava (D)                 05/07/2010-Failed           result of the defendant's conduct, the court is required to impose an order upon the defendant to make
                         Deadline pursuant to        restitution to the victim or victims, as specified. This bill would provide that no offset from or reduction of
Victims: restitution.       Rule 61(b)(6). (Last      the amount the court finds to be the victim's full restitution amount shall be made due to any claim of
                            location was PUB. S. on   comparative negligence or other fault, intentional or otherwise, on the part of the victim, and would state
                            2/11/2010)                the Legislature's intent in this regard.
AB 1723                     ASSEMBLY                  Existing law defines "unavailable as a witness," for purposes of the Evidence Code, to mean that the               Support
Lieu (D)                    CHAPTERED                 declarant is, among other things, exempted or precluded on the ground of privilege, disqualified, dead, or
                            09/29/2010-Chaptered by   absent for a specified reason. This bill would supplement that definition to add the circumstance that the
Evidence: admissibility     the Secretary of State,   declarant is persistent in refusing to testify concerning the subject matter of the declarant's statement
of statements.              Chapter Number 537,       despite having been found in contempt for refusal to testify. This bill contains other related provisions and
                            Statutes of 2010          other existing laws.

                                                      Last Amended on 08/02/2010
AB 1738                     ASSEMBLY                  Existing law requires state and local law enforcement agencies to provide one copy of all domestic                 Watch
Tran (R)                    CHAPTERED                 violence incident reports, one copy of all domestic violence incident report face sheets, or both, to a victim
                            09/27/2010-Chaptered by   of domestic violence, upon request. Existing law also requires law enforcement agencies to provide those
Domestic violence           the Secretary of State,   documents to a representative of the victim, as defined, if the victim is deceased. Existing law provides that
incident report.            Chapter Number 363,       any person requesting those documents is required to present his or her identification, as specified, and, if
                            Statutes of 2010          that person is a representative of the victim, a certified copy of the death certificate or other satisfactory
                                                      evidence of the death of the victim. This bill would require state and local law enforcement agencies to
                                                      provide those documents to the victim's representative when the victim is not deceased, subject to certain
                                                      requirements. The bill would also revise the definition of "personal representative" to additionally include
                                                      the victim's attorney, members of the victim's immediate family, and a conservator or guardian of the
                                                      victim, as specified. By imposing additional duties on local officials, the bill would create a state-mandated
                                                      local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                      Last Amended on 08/03/2010
AB 1751                    ASSEMBLY DEAD              Existing law, including law added by an initiative act that requires amendments to its provisions to be            Watch
Ammiano (D)                06/04/2010-Failed          approved by 2/3 of the membership of both houses of the Legislature, commonly known as the Three
                           Deadline pursuant to       Strikes law, provides for increased penalties for certain recidivist offenders. In particular, it provides that,
Sentencing: prior felony Rule 61(b)(11). (Last        in addition to any other enhancement or penalty provisions that may apply, (1) if a defendant has one prior
conviction: prior juvenile location was THIRD         felony conviction, as defined, the determinate term, or minimum term for an indeterminate term, shall be
adjudication.              READING on 6/3/2010)       twice the term otherwise provided as punishment for the current conviction, and (2) if a defendant has 2 or
                                                      more prior felony convictions, the term for the current felony conviction shall be an indeterminate term of
                                                      imprisonment in the state prison for life with a minimum term of the greatest of (A) 3 times the term
                                                      otherwise provided as punishment for each current felony conviction subsequent to the 2 or more prior
                                                      felony convictions, (B) imprisonment in the state prison for 25 years, or (C) the term determined by the
                                                      court for the underlying conviction, including any applicable enhancement or punishment provisions.
                                                      "Prior conviction for a felony" is defined, for purposes of the Three Strikes law, to include a prior juvenile
                                                      adjudication, as specified. This bill would delete a prior juvenile adjudication from the definition of "prior
                                                      conviction of a felony" for purposes of the Three Strikes law.
AB 1756                     SENATE DEAD               Existing law provides for the Food Stamp program, under which food stamps allocated to the state by the            Watch
Swanson (D)                 08/31/2010-Failed         federal government under the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, are distributed to
                            Deadline pursuant to      eligible individuals by each county. Existing law provides that a person convicted of a drug-related felony,
Food stamps: eligibility:   Rule 61(b)(17). (Last     with certain exceptions, is eligible for aid under the Food Stamp program, if specified requirements are
drug felonies.              location was APPR. on     met. This bill would, instead, provide that a person convicted of any drug felony shall be eligible for aid
                             8/12/2010)                under the Food Stamp program, and would eliminate the above-referenced eligibility requirements. This
                                                       bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                       Last Amended on 04/05/2010
AB 1758                      ASSEMBLY                  Under existing law, the State Department of Social Services administers a pilot project that authorizes a           Support
Ammiano (D)                  CHAPTERED                 county to develop and implement a plan for providing wraparound services designed to enable children
                             09/30/2010-Chaptered by   who would otherwise be placed in a group home setting to remain in the least restrictive, most family like
County wraparound            the Secretary of State,   setting possible. The pilot project also imposes specified evaluation and reporting requirements for
services program.            Chapter Number 561,       participating counties, and training requirements for staff in participating counties. This bill would remove
                             Statutes of 2010          the designation of this program as a pilot project and make conforming changes. This bill contains other
                                                       related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                       Last Amended on 08/17/2010
AB 1768                      ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law provides state financing for construction of county jails, subject to matching funds from              Watch
Solorio (D)                  06/04/2010-Failed         counties, as specified. Existing law requires the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the
                             Deadline pursuant to      Corrections Standards Authority to give funding preference for those purposes to counties that assist the
County jails: reentry        Rule 61(b)(11). (Last     state in siting reentry facilities, as specified. This bill would require the Department of Corrections and
facilities.                  location was APPR.        Rehabilitation and the Corrections Standards Authority to give coequal funding preference to counties that
                             SUSPENSE FILE on          assist the state in either siting reentry facilities or providing existing beds and program space in county jails
                             5/28/2010)                for use as reentry facilities. The bill would provide that a county interested in providing reentry services to
                                                       state inmates shall be required to enter into a long-term agreement with the department to provide those
                                                       services and that the department shall certify that the proposed reentry services meet its approval.
AB 1786                      ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law requires the court to hold a permanency hearing 12 months after a child enters foster care, and        Watch
Galgiani (D)                 05/07/2010-Failed         at that hearing, the court is required to determine the permanent plan for that child. Existing law,
                             Deadline pursuant to      commencing July 1, 2010, and continuing until January 1, 2014, provides that if a juvenile court orders a
Dependent children:          Rule 61(b)(6). (Last      permanent plan of adoption, tribal customary adoption, or legal guardianship, that the court retains
review hearings.             location was PRINT on     jurisdiction over the child until the child is adopted or the legal guardianship is established, except as
                             2/10/2010)                provided. Existing law provides that following establishment of a legal guardianship, the court is
                                                       authorized to continue jurisdiction over the child as a dependent of the juvenile court or terminate its
                                                       dependency jurisdiction and retain jurisdiction over the child as a ward of the legal guardianship. This bill
                                                       would make a technical, nonsubstantive change to that provision.
AB 1808                      ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law requires the State Department of Mental Health to implement managed mental health care for             Watch
Galgiani (D)                 06/04/2010-Failed         Medi-Cal beneficiaries through fee-for-service or capitated rate contracts with mental health plans,
                             Deadline pursuant to      including individual counties, counties acting jointly, any qualified individual or organization, or a
Medi-Cal: mental health      Rule 61(b)(11). (Last     nongovernmental entity. Under existing law, this may include the provision of specialty mental health
services: foster children.   location was APPR.        services to children in foster care. This bill would require that when a child is placed in foster care outside
                             SUSPENSE FILE on          of the county of original jurisdiction, the county in which the child is placed shall be responsible for
                             5/5/2010)                 ensuring that the child receives medically necessary specialty mental health services, and any adjustments
                                                       in the administration of the Medi-Cal program shall be made, to ensure that the funding applicable to the
                                                       mental health services for that child is received by the new county of residence. This bill contains other
                                                       related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                       Last Amended on 04/19/2010
AB 1811                      ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law makes it a crime to possess, deliver, furnish, or transfer drug paraphernalia, as specified, or to     Watch
Ammiano (D)              06/04/2010-Failed           loiter in any public place with the intent to engage in drug-related activity, which intent may be shown by
                         Deadline pursuant to        the possession of drug paraphernalia, and requires a business that keeps, displays, or offers drug
Drug paraphernalia.      Rule 61(b)(11). (Last       paraphernalia to meet specified requirements with respect to minors and drug paraphernalia or be subject to
                         location was THIRD          the revocation, nonrenewal, or denial of a local business license, as specified. "Drug paraphernalia" is
                         READING on 6/3/2010)        defined for purposes of these provisions to include objects designed or marketed for use in various
                                                     activities relating to the production, sale, and consumption of specified controlled substances, including the
                                                     ingesting, inhaling, or otherwise introducing of those controlled substances into the human body. Existing
                                                     law also lists specified items which are included in the definition of "drug paraphernalia." This bill would
                                                     revise the definition of "drug paraphernalia" to refer to those same objects when designed or marketed for
                                                     use in the unlawful conduct of those acts, including the unlawful ingesting, inhaling, or other introduction
                                                     of those controlled substances into the human body. This bill would delete the lists of specified items
                                                     included in the definition of "drug paraphernalia" and make conforming changes to related provisions.

                                                     Last Amended on 03/09/2010
AB 1813                    ASSEMBLY                  Existing law requires a person, business, or association, upon receiving the written demand of an elected or      Support
Lieu (D)                   CHAPTERED                 appointed official, to remove the official's home address or telephone number from public display on the
                           08/27/2010-Chaptered by   Internet within 48 hours of the delivery of the demand, and to continue to ensure that information is not
Public officials: personal the Secretary of State,   reposted on the same Internet Web site, a subsidiary site, or any other Internet Web site maintained by the
information.               Chapter Number 194,       recipient of the written demand, with specified exceptions. Existing law includes a public safety official
                           Statutes of 2010          within the definition of an elected or appointed official for these purposes, and defines public safety
                                                     official to include specified peace officer classifications. Existing law makes a violation of these provisions
                                                     a misdemeanor or a felony under certain circumstances. This bill would specify that the requirement to
                                                     remove the information described above from public display on the Internet includes information provided
                                                     to cellular telephone applications. The bill would also expand the definition of public safety officer for
                                                     these purposes, and include within that definition retired members of specified employee classifications.
                                                     By expanding the definition of a crime, this bill would create a state-mandated local program. This bill
                                                     contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/15/2010
AB 1828                  ASSEMBLY DEAD               Under existing law, the Corrections Standards Authority is responsible for developing, approving, and             Watch
Cook (R)                 06/04/2010-Failed           monitoring standards for the selection and training of state correctional peace officers and apprentices. This
                         Deadline pursuant to        bill would create the Commission on Correctional Peace Officer Standards and Training, which would
Correctional Peace       Rule 61(b)(11). (Last       succeed to those functions.
Officer Standards and    location was APPR.
Training.                SUSPENSE FILE on
                         5/28/2010)
AB 1839                  ASSEMBLY DEAD               Existing law authorizes the governing board of a school district to establish a security department under the     Watch
Torrico (D)              04/23/2010-Failed           supervision of a chief of security or a police department under the supervision of a chief of police and
                         Deadline pursuant to        under the direction of the superintendent of the school district. The governing board is authorized to
Schools: safety.         Rule 61(b)(5). (Last        employ personnel to ensure the safety of school district personnel and pupils and the security of the real
                         location was REV. &         and personal property of the school district. In addition, a school district is authorized to assign a school
                         TAX on 4/20/2010)           police reserve officer who is deputized to a schoolsite to supplement the duties of school police personnel.
                                                     This bill would establish the Safe Schools Initiative, under which the Superintendent of Public Instruction
                                                     would award grants to school districts with high schools located in areas with the highest crime rates. A
                                                     grant recipient would be required to use funds awarded to employ at least one police officer to provide
                                                    services at the high school or high schools in the school district that qualified the school district for the
                                                    award. The grant program would be funded by a 0.025% augmentation of the vehicle license fee that
                                                    would be imposed on vehicles with a market value of $50,000 or more. This bill contains other related
                                                    provisions.

                                                    Last Amended on 04/12/2010
AB 1844                   ASSEMBLY                  Under existing law, an assault with the intent to commit mayhem, rape, sodomy, oral copulation, or with             Watch
Fletcher (R)              CHAPTERED                 the intent to commit, by force, rape, spousal rape, or sexual penetration in concert with another, is
                          09/09/2010-Chaptered by   punishable by imprisonment in the state prison for 2, 4, or 6 years, except as specified. This bill would
Sex offenders:            the Secretary of State,   provide that an assault of a person under 18 years of age with the intent to commit rape, sodomy, oral
punishment: parole.       Chapter Number 219,       copulation, or with the intent to commit, by force, rape, spousal rape, or sexual penetration in concert with
                          Statutes of 2010          another, would be punishable by imprisonment in state prison for 5, 7, or 9 years. This bill contains other
                                                    related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                    Last Amended on 08/20/2010
AB 1847                   ASSEMBLY                  Existing law provides for victim restitution orders and restitution fines, as specified. Existing law               Neutral
Furutani (D)              CHAPTERED                 authorizes procedures for the entry and application of court orders for income deduction upon entry of an
                          09/30/2010-Chaptered by   order for a restitution fine or for victim restitution, and gives the agency responsible for the collection of
Restitution orders.       the Secretary of State,   restitution specified powers and duties in regard to these income deduction orders. The bill would provide
                          Chapter Number 582,       that if there is no agency in the county responsible for the collection of restitution, the county probation
                          Statutes of 2010          office or the prosecuting attorney may carry out the functions and duties of such an agency in regard to the
                                                    income deduction orders described above, as specified. This bill would further provide, if the defendant
                                                    fails to meet his or her obligations under the restitution order and the defendant has not provided good
                                                    cause for the failure, that a court shall be authorized, upon the request of the prosecuting attorney, to order
                                                    the prosecuting attorney be given authority to use lien procedures applicable to the defendant, including,
                                                    but not limited to, a writ of attachment of property, as specified. This bill would provide prosecutorial
                                                    immunity from liability for these proceedings and deny reimbursement for the costs of the prosecuting
                                                    attorney from the defendant's income or assets, as specified.

                                                    Last Amended on 08/11/2010
AB 1850                   ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law provides for the granting of probation or parole to specified offenders under specified
Galgiani (D)              06/04/2010-Failed         circumstances. This bill would require, as conditions of probation or parole, that a person required to
                          Deadline pursuant to      register as a sex offender, who has either been determined to have a high risk of offending pursuant to the
Sex offenders: parole and Rule 61(b)(11). (Last     State Authorized Risk Assessment Tool for Sex Offenders, or whose victim was under 18 years of age at
probation: conditions.    location was APPR.        the time of the offense, be prohibited from using the Internet to access pornographic material, to access
                          SUSPENSE FILE on          social networking sites, to communicate with other individuals or groups for the purpose of promoting
                          5/28/2010)                sexual relations with persons under 18 years of age, or to communicate with persons under 18 years of age,
                                                    except as provided. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                    Last Amended on 04/27/2010
AB 1880                   ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law establishes the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and invests it with various               Watch
Torrico (D)               05/07/2010-Failed         powers and duties. This bill would state that it is the intent of the Legislature to enact legislation that would
                          Deadline pursuant to      improve the accountability and operations of the department.
Department of             Rule 61(b)(6). (Last
Corrections and             location was PRINT on
Rehabilitation:             2/16/2010)
accountability.
AB 1883                     SENATE DEAD               Existing law requires the collection of fees for providing certified copies of vital records, including            Watch
Evans (D)                   07/02/2010-Failed         marriage certificates, birth certificates, fetal death records, and death records. This bill, until January 1,
                            Deadline pursuant to      2016, would authorize a county board of supervisors, upon making certain findings and declarations, to
Certified copies of vital   Rule 61(b)(13). (Last     authorize an increase in fees of up to $4 for certified copies of certain vital records. The bill would require
records: fees: domestic     location was L. GOV. on   that1/2 of the fee increase be allocated for purposes relating to domestic violence prevention, intervention,
violence.                   5/25/2010)                and prosecution and the other1/2 of the fee increase be allocated for nonprofit, community-based
                                                      organizations that serve domestic violence victims and their families, as specified. This bill contains other
                                                      related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                      Last Amended on 05/25/2010
AB 1900                     ASSEMBLY VETOED           Existing law requires the Corrections Standards Authority to establish minimum standards for state and             Neutral
Skinner (D)                 09/27/2010-Vetoed by      local correctional facilities, including standards restricting the shackling of women in labor, during
                            the Governor              childbirth, and while in recovery after giving birth, and to review those standards biennially and make any
Pregnant inmates and                                  appropriate revisions, as specified. This bill would require that the standards ensure that women who are
wards: least restrictive                              pregnant shall not be shackled by the wrists, ankles, or both during any transport, during labor, during
restraints.                                           delivery, and while in recovery after giving birth, except that the least restrictive restraints possible may be
                                                      used when deemed necessary for the inmate, consistent with the legitimate security needs of the inmate,
                                                      the staff, and the public. The bill would require the authority to develop these standards regarding the
                                                      shackling of pregnant women as part of its biennial review of its standards. This bill contains other related
                                                      provisions and other existing laws.

                                                      Last Amended on 08/11/2010
AB 1905                     ASSEMBLY                  Existing law establishes the Aid to Families with Dependent Children-Foster Care (AFDC-FC) program,                Support
Cook (R)                    CHAPTERED                 under which counties provide payments to foster care providers on behalf of qualified children in foster
                            09/30/2010-Chaptered by   care. The program is funded by a combination of federal, state, and county funds. This bill would require,
Foster care: funding:       the Secretary of State,   subject to specified conditions, the approval of an approved home of a relative or nonrelative extended
placement approvals.        Chapter Number 562,       family member for which an annual visit to ensure the quality of care provided is pending, to remain in full
                            Statutes of 2010          force and effect, and would prohibit payment to the approved home of a relative or nonrelative extended
                                                      family member from being delayed or terminated solely due to late completion of the annual visit. This bill
                                                      contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                      Last Amended on 08/17/2010
AB 1925                     ASSEMBLY VETOED           Existing law provides for the diversion of specified criminal offenders in alternate sentencing and                Neutral
Salas (D)                   09/29/2010-Vetoed by      treatment programs. This bill would authorize superior courts to develop and implement veterans courts for
                            the Governor              eligible veterans of the United States military with the objective of, among other things, creation of a
Veterans courts.                                      dedicated calendar or a locally developed collaborative court-supervised veterans mental health program or
                                                      system that leads to the placement of as many mentally ill offenders who are veterans of the United States
                                                      military, including those with post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, military sexual trauma,
                                                      substance abuse, or any mental health problem stemming from military service, in community treatment as
                                                      is feasible and consistent with public safety. The bill would provide that county participation is voluntary.
                                                      The bill would declare the intent of the Legislature regarding the relationship between the veterans court
                                                     program and existing statutory programs.

                                                     Last Amended on 08/02/2010
AB 1933                   ASSEMBLY                   Existing law requires a local educational agency, at the initial detention or placement or any subsequent              Watch
Brownley (D)              CHAPTERED                  change in placement of a foster child, to allow the foster child to continue his or her education in the
                          09/30/2010-Chaptered by    school of origin, as defined, for the duration of the school year. This bill would instead require a local
Foster children:          the Secretary of State,    educational agency to allow the foster child to continue at the school of origin at the foster child's initial
education.                Chapter Number 563,        detention, placement, or any subsequent change in placement for the duration of the jurisdiction of the
                          Statutes of 2010           court, and would require the local educational agency to allow the child to continue his or her education at
                                                     that school of origin for the duration of the school year if the court's jurisdiction is terminated prior to the
                                                     end of the academic year. The bill would specify other requirements for a foster child's placement in school
                                                     when the foster child is transitioning between school grade levels, as specified. By requiring local
                                                     educational agencies to perform additional duties, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program.
                                                     This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 08/20/2010
AB 1941                   ASSEMBLY DEAD              Existing law makes it a crime for any person, with sexual intent, to commit a lewd or lascivious act, as               Watch
Fletcher (R)              04/23/2010-Failed          defined, with a child who is under 14 years of age. In addition to a term of imprisonment, existing law
                          Deadline pursuant to       provides that upon the conviction of a violation of these provisions the court may order the defendant to
Sex offenses:             Rule 61(b)(5). (Last       pay an additional fine not to exceed $10,000 to be deposited in the Victim-Witness Assistance Fund. If the
punishment: fines: use of location was PUB. S. on    court imposes the fine, existing law allows that the actual administrative cost of collecting the fine may be
funds.                    4/7/2010)                  paid into the county treasury, not to exceed 2% of the amount paid. This bill would increase the maximum
                                                     percentage of the fine that may be paid into the county treasury to 3%.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/06/2010
AB 1943                    ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law declares the duty of the state to care for and protect the children that it places into foster care.   Oppose Unless
Fletcher (R)               04/23/2010-Failed         Under existing law, the State Department of Social Services has various powers and duties relating to                Amended
                           Deadline pursuant to      ensuring that the needs of foster children are met. This bill would require the department to provide all
Foster children: access to Rule 61(b)(5). (Last      county welfare departments within the state access to information relating to all foster youth in the
information.               location was HUM. S. on   CWS/CMS system. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
                           3/17/2010)
                                                     Last Amended on 03/16/2010
AB 1946                    ASSEMBLY DEAD             Under existing law, each county with a population of more than 100,000 is required to arrange to have                  Watch
Fletcher (R)               04/23/2010-Failed         professional personnel trained in the examination of victims of sexual assault, including child molestation,
                           Deadline pursuant to      to be present or on call either in the county hospital or a general acute care hospital. This bill would revise
Victims of sexual assault: Rule 61(b)(5). (Last      these provisions to require that each county with a population of more than 50,000 would be required to
child molestation.         location was PUB. S. on   arrange to have these professional personnel in either the county hospital or a general acute care hospital.
                           4/7/2010)                 This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/06/2010
AB 1955                   SENATE THIRD               Existing law charges the Controller with various duties, including, among others, superintending the fiscal            Watch
De La Torre (D)           READING                    concerns of the state. This bill would require the Controller to determine, based on a review of public
                          08/31/2010-Withdrawn       records or reported salary information, whether a city is an excess compensation city, as defined. The bill
Local government:         from committee. Ordered    would authorize a city to request a hearing, as specified, to contest the Controller's determination. The bill
compensation.              to third reading. Read     would require the Controller, if the city does not request a hearing or if the Attorney General concurs with
                           third time. Urgency        the Controller's determination after a hearing, to notify the city and the redevelopment agency in the city of
                           clause refused adoption.   the city's status as an excess compensation city, as prescribed. This bill contains other related provisions
                           (Ayes 15. Noes 19. Page    and other existing laws.
                           5098.) Motion to
                           reconsider made by         Last Amended on 08/30/2010
                           Senator Florez.
                           Reconsideration granted.
                           (Ayes 37. Noes 0. Page
                           5099.)
AB 1961                   ASSEMBLY DEAD               Existing law establishes the California Rehabilitation Oversight Board in the Office of the Inspector            Support In
Gilmore (R)               06/04/2010-Failed           General and requires the board to evaluate mental health, substance abuse, educational, and employment            Concept
                          Deadline pursuant to        programs for inmates and parolees operated by the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Existing
California Rehabilitation Rule 61(b)(11). (Last       law requires the board to submit biannual reports to the Governor and Legislature regarding the
Oversight Board: reports. location was APPR.          effectiveness of treatment and rehabilitation services and to make recommendations with respect to
                          SUSPENSE FILE on            modification, additions, and eliminations of these programs. This bill would require the board's reports to
                          5/28/2010)                  recommend the elimination of any program or treatment effort the board finds is not cost effective or is
                                                      unsuccessful. This bill would require the board to complete an evaluation of all of these programs by
                                                      January 1, 2021, and would state the intention of the Legislature that the board complete 10% of its
                                                      evaluation each year.
AB 1965                    ASSEMBLY                   The Williamson Act, until January 1, 2011, authorizes a city or county and a landowner to agree to rescind        Watch
Yamada (D)                 CHAPTERED                  a contract or contracts and simultaneously enter into a new contract or contracts to facilitate lot line
                           07/09/2010-Chaptered by    adjustments. The act requires the Department of Conservation to review the contract rescission provision
Agricultural land:         Secretary of State -       in its 2008 Williamson Act Status Report. This bill would extend the repeal date of the contract rescission
Williamson Act: lot line   Chapter 60, Statutes of    provision to January 1, 2013. This bill would require that an application to rescind a contract for lot line
adjustments: contracts.    2010.                      adjustments be processed to its completion if it is submitted before January 1, 2013. This bill would delete
                                                      the requirement for the department to review the contract rescission provision in its 2008 report.

                                                      Last Amended on 04/13/2010
AB 1987                    ASSEMBLY VETOED            The Public Employees' Retirement Law (PERL) creates the Public Employees' Retirement System (PERS),               Watch
Ma (D)                     09/30/2010-Vetoed by       which provides a defined benefit to its members based on age at retirement, service credit, and final
                           the Governor               compensation. PERL defines "final compensation" for purposes of calculating a member's retirement
Public retirement: final                              allowance. The State Teachers' Retirement Law, which applies to specified school employees, and the
compensation:                                         retirement laws for county employees and city employees also provide for a defined benefit based on age at
computation: retirees.                                retirement, service credit, and final compensation. This bill would generally provide, effective July 1,
                                                      2011, that any change in salary, compensation, or remuneration principally for the purpose of enhancing a
                                                      member's benefits would not be included in the calculation of a member's final compensation for purposes
                                                      of determining that member's defined benefit. The bill would require the board of each state and local
                                                      public retirement system to establish, by regulation, accountability provisions that would include an
                                                      ongoing audit process to ensure that a change in a member's salary, compensation, or remuneration is not
                                                      made principally for the purpose of enhancing a member's retirement benefits. This bill would limit the
                                                      calculation of a member's final compensation to an amount not to exceed the average increase in
                                                      compensation received within the final compensation period and the 2 preceding years by employees in the
                                                      same or a related group as that member. This bill would also provide that a person who retires on or after
                                                      January 1, 2012, may not perform services for any employer covered by a state or local retirement system
                                                  until that person has been separated from service for a period of at least 180 days. This bill would provide
                                                  for the implementation of the changes under the applicable retirement laws that apply to counties and
                                                  cities. This bill contains other related provisions.

                                                  Last Amended on 08/27/2010
AB 1989                 ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law requires that a county board of education consist of 5 or 7 members to be determined by the          Watch
Mendoza (D)             06/04/2010-Failed         county committee on school district organization, except in a city and county, and that each member of the
                        Deadline pursuant to      board be an elector of the trustee area that he or she represents and be elected by the electors of the trustee
County boards of        Rule 61(b)(11). (Last     area. Existing law provides that in a chartered county the manner of selection of the county board of
education: election.    location was APPR.        education is required to be prescribed in the county charter or by the county board of supervisors. This bill
                        SUSPENSE FILE on          would delete the provision regarding chartered counties and require members of the county board of
                        5/28/2010)                education in those counties to be elected at the direct primary election held in 2014 by the voters of the
                                                  trustee area that the member will represent. Four of the 7 seats, or 3 of the 5 seats, on these county boards
                                                  of education would be open for election to initial 4-year terms and 3 of the 7 seats, or 2 of the 5 seats,
                                                  would be open for election to initial 2-year terms. The bill would require subsequent elections be held on
                                                  the date of the direct primary elections and to be for 4-year terms. The term of office would begin on the
                                                  first day of July following a member's election . The county committee on school district organization , by
                                                  a 2/3 vote of the members and pursuant to existing law, would determine the boundaries of the trustee
                                                  areas using the most recent decennial federal census. By increasing the duties of local elections officials,
                                                  this bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other
                                                  existing laws.

                                                  Last Amended on 04/19/2010
AB 2011                 ASSEMBLY                  Existing law provides that if a person is granted probation for a domestic violence crime, the terms of           Watch
Arambula (I)            CHAPTERED                 probation shall include a minimum payment by the defendant of $200, 1/3 of which is to be disbursed to
                        08/13/2010-Chaptered by   local domestic violence programs and 2/3 of which is to be disbursed to the state Domestic Violence
Domestic violence       the Secretary of State,   Restraining Order Reimbursement Fund and the state Domestic Violence Training and Education Fund, as
probationer: minimum    Chapter Number 132,       specified. This bill would increase the minimum payment to be paid by a domestic violence probationer to
payment.                Statutes of 2010          $400 and would instead provide for the disbursement of 2/3 of the payment to local domestic violence
                                                  programs and 1/3 of the payment to the state funds relating to domestic violence named above. This bill
                                                  contains other related provisions.

                                                  Last Amended on 06/30/2010
AB 2015                 ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law authorizes a county to establish a computerized data base system within the county to allow          Support
Arambula (I)            05/07/2010-Failed         designated provider agencies, as defined, to share identifying information regarding families at risk for
                        Deadline pursuant to      child abuse or neglect, for the purpose of forming multidisciplinary personnel teams, for the prevention,
Child abuse:            Rule 61(b)(6). (Last      identification, management, or treatment of child abuse. This bill also would include the tracking of child
interdisciplinary and   location was HUM. S. on   abuse as one of the specified objectives of the multidisciplinary teams using the computerized database
integrated services.    3/4/2010)                 system. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
AB 2054                 ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law provides that any person convicted of a violent felony, as specified, shall accrue no more than      Watch
Miller (R)              06/04/2010-Failed         15% of worktime credit, as defined. This bill would additionally provide that any person convicted of rape
                        Deadline pursuant to      accomplished where a person is prevented from resisting by any intoxicating or anesthetic substance or
Sex offenses: rape:     Rule 61(b)(11). (Last     where a person is at the time unconscious, as specified, shall accrue no more than 15% of worktime credit.
worktime credits.       location was APPR.
                         SUSPENSE FILE on
                         5/28/2010)
AB 2056                   ASSEMBLY DEAD              Under existing law, to continue a hearing in a criminal proceeding specified procedures must be followed.             Watch
Miller (R)                06/04/2010-Failed          Existing law requires the court in felony cases to set a trial date within 60 days of the defendant's
                          Deadline pursuant to       arraignment in superior court except upon a showing of good cause, and prohibits a court from granting a
Criminal procedure:       Rule 61(b)(11). (Last      continuance in a criminal proceeding absent a showing of good cause. Existing law defines "good cause"
continuance: assault with location was PUB. S. on    for the purpose of these provisions to include, but not be limited to, cases involving murder, stalking,
intent to commit rape.    4/29/2010)                 domestic violence, or a hate crime when the prosecuting attorney has another trial, hearing or motion to
                                                     suppress in progress. This bill would provide that the crime of assault with intent to commit a specified
                                                     sexual offense , in violation of a specified provision, shall be included in the definition of "good cause," a
                                                     showing of which is a basis for the granting of a continuance in a criminal proceeding when the
                                                     prosecution is so engaged.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/28/2010
AB 2057                  ASSEMBLY DEAD               Existing law requires the court to dismiss a criminal complaint if the preliminary examination is set or              Watch
Miller (R)               04/23/2010-Failed           continued more than 60 days from the date of the arraignment, plea, or reinstatement of criminal
                         Deadline pursuant to        proceedings, as specified, unless the defendant personally waives his or her right to a preliminary
Criminal procedure:      Rule 61(b)(5). (Last        examination within the 60 days. This bill would expand that exception to dismissal to include the
preliminary              location was PUB. S. on     circumstance where good cause for a continuance is found for a jointly charged codefendant, as specified,
examinations.            4/20/2010)                  in which case that good cause would apply to any jointly charged defendants whether or not they agree to
                                                     waive the 60-day limit. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
AB 2064                  SENATE G.O.                 Under existing law, local governments are authorized to provide for the compensation of local elected and             Watch
Huber (D)                08/31/2010-From             appointed officials, as specified. This bill would require each general law or charter city, county, city and
                         committee chair, with       county, special district, school district, and joint powers agency to post on its official Internet Web site, if it
State and local          author's amendments:        maintains one, and annually update, annual salary information pertaining to specified persons, including,
government: salary       Amend, and re-refer to      among others, each elected or appointed official of that entity, thus imposing a state-mandated local
disclosure.              committee. Read second      program. The bill would provide that this provision not become operative if a specified condition occurs.
                         time, amended, and re-      This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
                         referred to Com. on RLS.
                         Joint Rules 61(b)(15) and   Last Amended on 08/31/2010
                         62(a) suspended. (Page
                         5080.) Re-referred to
                         Com. on G.O.
AB 2068                  ASSEMBLY VETOED             Existing law, subject to exceptions, provides that every defendant convicted of a misdemeanor and not                 Watch
Hill (D)                 09/30/2010-Vetoed by        granted probation shall, at any time after the lapse of one year from the date of pronouncement of
                         the Governor                judgment, if he or she has fully complied with and performed the sentence of the court, is not then serving
Expungement standards.                               a sentence for any offense and is not under charge of commission of any crime and has, since the
                                                     pronouncement of judgment, lived an honest and upright life and has conformed to and obeyed the laws of
                                                     the land, be permitted by the court to withdraw his or her plea of guilty or nolo contendere and enter a plea
                                                     of not guilty, or if he or she has been convicted after a plea of not guilty, the court shall set aside the
                                                     verdict of guilty, and in either case the court shall thereupon dismiss the accusatory pleading against the
                                                     defendant, who shall thereafter be released from all penalties and disabilities resulting from the offense of
                                                     which he or she has been convicted, as specified. The bill would make this relief unavailable for
                                                     convictions of specified sex offenses that apply if the victim is a child 14 or 15 years of age or a dependent
                                                    person. This bill would authorize the court, in its discretion and in the interests of justice, to afford a
                                                    defendant that relief as to other charges to which these provisions apply if, after a lapse of one year from
                                                    the date of pronouncement of judgment, the defendant has fully complied with his or her sentence, is not
                                                    currently serving a sentence for any offense, and is not under charge of commission of any crime. This bill
                                                    contains other related provisions.

                                                    Last Amended on 08/09/2010
AB 2071                  ASSEMBLY DEAD              Existing provisions of law generally regulate the granting and conditioning of parole. This bill would             Oppose
Lowenthal, Bonnie (D) 04/23/2010-Failed             provide for release to parole to a medical facility, as specified, by the Secretary of the Department of
                         Deadline pursuant to       Corrections and Rehabilitation, if those prisoners are eligible for certain levels of care, as specified, and
Inmates: medical parole. Rule 61(b)(5). (Last       would not pose a threat to public safety. Those provisions would not apply to a condemned inmate, or any
                         location was PUB. S. on    inmate who is serving a sentence for which medical parole is prohibited by the 3-strikes initiative statute or
                         3/4/2010)                  by any other initiative statute. The bill would direct wardens or their representatives to undertake certain
                                                    actions in conjunction with these releases to medical parole, and would make other conforming changes.
AB 2094                  ASSEMBLY DEAD              Existing law provides that the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation includes Juvenile Justice. This        Oppose
Torrico (D)              04/23/2010-Failed          bill would repeal that provision and instead create the Division of Juvenile Justice within the California
                         Deadline pursuant to       Health and Human Services Agency. The bill also would make other conforming changes. This bill
Juvenile justice.        Rule 61(b)(5). (Last       contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
                         location was PUB. S. on
                         4/20/2010)                 Last Amended on 04/06/2010
AB 2102                   SENATE DEAD               Existing law provides that in a misdemeanor proceeding, if the accused agrees, the initial court appearance,     Support and
Lieu (D)                  07/02/2010-Failed         arraignment, and plea may be by video, as specified. This bill would instead provide that if the accused            Seek
                          Deadline pursuant to      agrees, any court appearance not involving testimonial evidence, including, but not limited to, the initial      Amendments
Criminal procedure: court Rule 61(b)(13). (Last     court appearance, arraignment, or plea may be by video. This bill contains other related provisions and
proceedings.              location was PUB. S. on   other existing laws.
                          6/3/2010)
                                                    Last Amended on 04/19/2010
AB 2140                  ASSEMBLY DEAD              Existing law creates several crime suppression programs. This bill would make legislative findings relating        Watch
Solorio (D)              04/23/2010-Failed          to gang violence. This bill would establish in the Emergency Management Agency a program designated
                         Deadline pursuant to       the High Intensity Interstate Gang Activity Areas Task Force, as specified. This bill contains other related
Crime prevention:        Rule 61(b)(5). (Last       provisions.
criminal gangs.          location was PUB. S. on
                         3/23/2010)
AB 2141               ASSEMBLY DEAD                 Existing law, Proposition 21, an initiative statute, provides for deferred entry of judgment for minors who Fiscal Concerns
Lowenthal, Bonnie (D) 04/23/2010-Failed             may be adjudged a ward of the juvenile court because of the commission of a felony offense and who meet
                      Deadline pursuant to          other, specified criteria. Among other criteria, the minor must be at least 14 years of age, he or she must
Deferred entry of     Rule 61(b)(5). (Last          not have previously been declared to be a ward of the court for the commission of a felony offense, and the
judgment: misdemeanor location was PUB. S. on       offense charged must not be one of specified, enumerated serious or violent offenses. A minor who is
offenses.             3/23/2010)                    granted deferred entry of judgment must admit to each allegation contained in the petition. If the minor
                                                    performs satisfactorily during the period of 12 to 36 months during which deferred entry of judgment is
                                                    granted, at the end of that period the charge or charges are dismissed, the arrest upon which the judgment
                                                    was deferred is deemed never to have occurred, and the records are sealed, as specified. Existing law
                                                    imposes various supervisory and other duties upon probation officers in connection with the procedure.
                                                    This bill would expand the scope of the deferred entry of judgment procedure to include minors who have
                                                       committed a misdemeanor offense, as specified. Because the bill would amend Proposition 21, an initiative
                                                       statute, the bill would require a 2/3 vote. Because the bill would increase the duties of probation officers,
                                                       the bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other
                                                       existing laws.

                                                       Last Amended on 03/22/2010
AB 2157                     SENATE DEAD                Existing law designates various persons as peace officers, including This bill would , notwithstanding the        Support
Logue (R)                   07/02/2010-Failed          above provisions of law, require a probation officer , deputy probation officer, or any superintendent,
                            Deadline pursuant to       supervisor, or employee having custodial responsibilities in an institution operated by a probation
Probation officers:         Rule 61(b)(13). (Last      department, or any transportation officer of a probation department, who is permitted to carry a firearm, to
firearms: qualifications.   location was PUB. S. on    qualify with his or her firearm at least every 6 months, rather than quarterly. This bill contains other
                            6/30/2010)                 existing laws.

                                                       Last Amended on 06/16/2010
AB 2200                  ASSEMBLY DEAD                 Existing law, until January 1, 2011, requires the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to establish       Watch
Solorio (D)              06/04/2010-Failed             a pilot program in Alameda County for parolees returning to Alameda County to conduct needs-based
                         Deadline pursuant to          assessments of the individual parolees, as specified. This bill would require the Department of Corrections
Rebuilding Communities Rule 61(b)(11). (Last           and Rehabilitation to establish reentry programs for parolees between 16 and 23 years of age to assist in
and Rebuilding Lives Act location was APPR.            community reintegration upon release, parole, or discharge from detention, as specified. The reentry
of 2010.                 SUSPENSE FILE on              programs would include construction training, academic services, counseling, and tracking of graduates
                         5/28/2010)                    after completion of the program. The bill would require the department to maintain statistical information
                                                       related to the reentry programs, as specified. The bill would also provide that these provisions would be
                                                       repealed on January 1, 2014.
AB 2208                     ASSEMBLY DEAD              Existing law requires persons who have been convicted of specified crimes, and other persons as required          Watch
Torres (D)                  06/04/2010-Failed          by a court, to register as a sex offender. Existing law sets forth the procedure for doing so and provides that
                            Deadline pursuant to       a violation of the sex offender registration law is a crime, punishable as specified. This bill would, in
Sex offenders: social       Rule 61(b)(11). (Last      addition, make it a misdemeanor for any person who is on probation or parole for the conviction of a crime
networking prohibition.     location was APPR.         that requires him or her to register as a sex offender to use any Internet social networking Web site, as
                            SUSPENSE FILE on           defined, during that period of probation or parole if the victim of the offense was under 18 years of age at
                            5/28/2010)                 the time of the offense or the Internet was used in the commission of the crime. The bill would authorize
                                                       the person to seek an exception to the prohibition for legitimate professional purposes by applying through
                                                       the appropriate parole or probation supervising agency. Approval would be valid for one year, unless
                                                       revoked. The bill would authorize an annual application for renewal. By creating a new crime, this bill
                                                       would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other
                                                       existing laws.

                                                       Last Amended on 04/27/2010
AB 2212                     ASSEMBLY                   Existing statutory law, in counties that agree to be subject to these provisions pursuant to a resolution         Support
Fuentes (D)                 CHAPTERED                  adopted by the board of supervisors, provides that when it appears to the court, or upon request of the
                            09/30/2010-Signed by the   prosecutor or counsel, that a minor who is alleged to come within the jurisdiction of the juvenile court as a
Minors: mental              Governor                   person who is or may be found to be a ward of the juvenile court may have a serious mental disorder, is
competency.                                            seriously emotionally disturbed, or has a developmental disability, the court may order that the minor be
                                                       referred for evaluation by a licensed mental health professional. This bill would authorize, during the
                                                       pendency of any juvenile proceeding, the minor's counsel or the court to express a doubt as to the minor's
                                                 competency. The bill would provide that a minor is incompetent to proceed if he or she lacks sufficient
                                                 present ability to consult with counsel and assist in preparing his or her defense with a reasonable degree of
                                                 rational understanding, or lacks a rational as well as factual understanding, of the nature of the charges or
                                                 proceedings against him or her. The bill would require proceedings to be suspended if the court finds
                                                 substantial evidence raises a doubt as to the minor's competency. The bill would require the court to
                                                 appoint an expert, as specified, to evaluate whether the minor suffers from a mental disorder,
                                                 developmental disability, or developmental immaturity, or other condition and, if so, whether the condition
                                                 impairs the minor's competency. The bill would require the Judicial Council to develop and adopt rules to
                                                 implement these requirements. The bill would require that, if the minor is found to be incompetent by a
                                                 preponderance of the evidence, all proceedings remain suspended to determine whether there is a
                                                 substantial probability that the minor will attain competency in the foreseeable future or the court no longer
                                                 retains jurisdiction. This bill contains other existing laws.

                                                 Last Amended on 08/05/2010
AB 2218                ASSEMBLY                  Existing law establishes restitution centers for inmates to provide a means for those sentenced to prison to      Watch
Fuentes (D)            CHAPTERED                 be able to pay their victims' financial restitution, as specified. This bill would revise what is included by
                       09/29/2010-Chaptered by   the term "restitution" for these purposes, and provide that inmates who commit crimes involving a direct
Restitution centers.   the Secretary of State,   victim shall receive priority placement in restitution centers. This bill contains other related provisions and
                       Chapter Number 463,       other existing laws.
                       Statutes of 2010
                                                 Last Amended on 08/02/2010
AB 2229                ASSEMBLY                  Existing law authorizes members of a multidisciplinary personnel team engaged in the prevention,                  Watch
Brownley (D)           CHAPTERED                 identification, and treatment of child abuse to disclose and exchange information and writings to and with
                       09/29/2010-Chaptered by   one another relating to any incidents of child abuse that may also be a part of a juvenile court record or
Mandated child abuse   the Secretary of State,   otherwise designated as confidential under state law if the member of the team having that information or
reporting.             Chapter Number 464,       writing reasonably believes it is generally relevant to the prevention, identification, or treatment of child
                       Statutes of 2010          abuse. Under existing law, all discussions relative to the disclosure or exchange of this information during
                                                 team meetings are confidential and testimony concerning those discussions is not admissible in any
                                                 criminal, civil, or juvenile court proceeding. A multidisciplinary personnel team is defined for purposes of
                                                 this provision to mean any team of 3 or more persons who are trained in the prevention, identification, and
                                                 treatment of child abuse, as specified. This bill would, until January 1, 2014, additionally authorize the
                                                 disclosure and exchange of information to occur telephonically and electronically, for 30 days, or longer if
                                                 documented good cause exists, following a report of suspected child abuse or neglect, if there is adequate
                                                 verification of the identity of the multidisciplinary personnel who are involved in that disclosure or
                                                 exchange of information. The bill would revise the definition of a multidisciplinary personnel team for
                                                 purposes of this provision to mean any team of 2 or more persons created to investigate a report of
                                                 suspected child abuse, as specified, who are trained in the prevention, identification, and treatment of child
                                                 abuse, as specified. The bill would require that the sharing of information permitted in the period following
                                                 a report of suspected child abuse or neglect be governed by protocols developed in each county describing
                                                 how and what information may be shared to ensure that confidential information is not disclosed in
                                                 violation of state or federal law. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                 Last Amended on 08/17/2010
AB 2233                SENATE DEAD               Existing law provides that the supervision, management , and control of state prisons, and the                    Watch
Nielsen (R)            07/02/2010-Failed         responsibility for the care, custody, treatment, training, discipline, and employment of persons confined
                           Deadline pursuant to      therein are vested in the Secretary of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. This bill would
Inmates: health care.      Rule 61(b)(13). (Last     require the department, in cooperation with the University of California, Office of the President, and in
                           location was PUB. S. on   consultation with the Federal Receiver for the California Prison Health Care Receivership Corporation, to
                           6/30/2010)                engage in a study to assess and evaluate the concept of involving the University of California system in the
                                                     delivery of inmate health care , with the good of significantly reducing costs to taxpayers while more
                                                     efficiently providing a constitutional level of health care to inmates. The study would be required to
                                                     contain specified elements. The department would be required to complete the study and report to the
                                                     Legislature by September 1, 2011.

                                                     Last Amended on 05/28/2010
AB 2234                    ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law, the Bronzan-McCorquodale Act, contains provisions governing the operation and financing            Watch
Lowenthal, Bonnie (D) 06/04/2010-Failed              of community mental health services for the mentally disordered in every county through locally
                           Deadline pursuant to      administered and locally controlled community mental health programs. Existing law, the Mental Health
Mental health: target      Rule 61(b)(11). (Last     Services Act, an initiative measure enacted by the voters as Proposition 63 at the November 2, 2004,
populations: older adults. location was APPR.        statewide general election, establishes the Mental Health Services Fund to fund various county mental
                           SUSPENSE FILE on          health programs. The act may be amended by the Legislature only by a 2/3 vote of both houses and only so
                           4/28/2010)                long as the amendment is consistent with and furthers the intent of the act. The Legislature may clarify
                                                     procedures and terms of the act by majority vote. This bill would make the current definition of functional
                                                     impairment applicable to adults 18 to 59 years of age, inclusive, and would, in addition, establish a
                                                     definition of functional impairment for adults 60 years of age or older. The bill would also make
                                                     conforming changes . This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 03/15/2010
AB 2246                    ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law establishes the State Department of Mental Health , provides for the administration of state        Watch
Blakeslee (R)              06/04/2010-Failed         hospitals , and provides for the involuntary confinement of certain individuals in those state hospitals,
                           Deadline pursuant to      including persons who have been found not guilty of a charge by reason of insanity, who have been found
Battery: gassing.          Rule 61(b)(11). (Last     incompetent to stand trial by a judge, or have been determined, as a result of a mental disorder, to be a
                           location was APPR.        danger to themselves or others. This bill would provide that a person confined to a state hospital who
                           SUSPENSE FILE on          commits battery upon the person of a peace officer or employee of a state hospital by gassing is guilty of
                           5/28/2010)                aggravated battery, punishable by imprisonment in county jail or state prison for 2, 3, or 4 years . This bill
                                                     contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/28/2010
AB 2258                    ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law prescribes various penalties for criminal offenses. This bill would express the intent of the       Watch
Bass (D)                   06/04/2010-Failed         Legislature to create the California Public Safety Commission, an independent, multijurisdictional body to
                           Deadline pursuant to      work on issues related to the state's criminal justice system, as specified.
California Public Safety   Rule 61(b)(11). (Last
Commission.                location was INACTIVE     Last Amended on 06/01/2010
                           FILE on 6/3/2010)
AB 2263                    ASSEMBLY                  Existing law provides that most felonies are punishable by a triad of terms of incarceration in the state        Watch
Yamada (D)                 CHAPTERED                 prison, comprised of low, middle, and upper terms. Previous law that required the court to impose the
                           09/24/2010-Chaptered by   middle term, unless there were circumstances in aggravation or mitigation of the crime, was amended to
Sentencing.                the Secretary of State,   provide that the choice of the appropriate term rests within the sound discretion of the court. Existing
                           Chapter Number 256,       provisions related to sentence enhancements involving criminal street gang activity, firearms, and
                            Statutes of 2010         sentencing generally specify that the appropriate term rests within the sound discretion of the court.
                                                     Existing law repeals the provision giving the court this discretionary authority on January 1, 2011, and on
                                                     that date, makes operative alternate provisions that require the court to impose the middle term, unless
                                                     there are circumstances in mitigation or aggravation of the crime. This bill would extend to January 1,
                                                     2012, the provisions of law that provide that the court shall, in its discretion, impose the term or
                                                     enhancement that best serves the interests of justice. The bill would also make conforming changes. This
                                                     bill contains other related provisions.

                                                     Last Amended on 08/20/2010
AB 2264                     ASSEMBLY VETOED          Existing law requires the Judicial Council to adopt guidelines for a comprehensive program concerning the           No Position
De Leon (D)                 09/24/2010-Vetoed by     collection of moneys owed for fees, fines, forfeitures, penalties, and assessments imposed by court order.
                            the Governor             This bill would prohibit a court from garnishing wages or levying a bank account for the enforcement and
Debt collection: homeless                            collection of fees, fines, forfeitures, or penalties imposed by a court against a person under 25 years of age
youth.                                               who has an outstanding unpaid citation for truancy, loitering, curfew violations, or illegal lodging if the
                                                     court obtains information that the person is homeless or has no permanent address. This bill would
                                                     authorize a court to use these collection procedures when that person is 26 years of age or older. The bill
                                                     would make related findings and declarations.

                                                     Last Amended on 08/02/2010
AB 2290                     ASSEMBLY VETOED          Existing law requires that an inmate released on parole be returned to the county of last legal residence and        Support
Bradford (D)                09/29/2010-Vetoed by     requires the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to provide specified items of information to
                            the Governor             local law enforcement agencies regarding an inmate paroled in their jurisdiction. Existing law also
CDCR: inmates:                                       provides that the department shall not return to prison, place a parole hold on, or report any parole
summary parole.                                      violation to the Board of Parole Hearings regarding any person to whom all of specified criteria apply. This
                                                     bill would require the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, not less than 45 days prior to the
                                                     release of such an inmate, or as soon as practicable, to notify, via the Law Enforcement Automated Data
                                                     System (LEADS), the local law enforcement agency of the jurisdiction to which the inmate is to be
                                                     released regarding the scheduled release.

                                                     Last Amended on 05/28/2010
AB 2295                     ASSEMBLY VETOED          Existing law generally regulates parole. This bill would require the Department of Corrections and                    Watch
De La Torre (D)             09/29/2010-Vetoed by     Rehabilitation to retain all files, or electronic copies of those files, prepared by the Division of Adult
                            the Governor             Parole Operations regarding any person who was paroled who is required to register as a sex offender for
Parole: retention of                                 75 years from the date of release.
records.
                                                     Last Amended on 08/17/2010
AB 2303                     ASSEMBLY DEAD            Existing law prohibits a person from driving, moving, or leaving standing upon a highway, or in an                    Watch
Tran (R)                    04/23/2010-Failed        offstreet public parking facility, any motor vehicle, trailer, semitrailer, pole or pipe dolly, or logging dolly,
                            Deadline pursuant to     unless it is registered and the appropriate fees have been paid under the Vehicle Code. This bill would
Vehicles: registration:     Rule 61(b)(5). (Last     require the Department of Motor Vehicles, by regulation, by January 1, 2012, to implement a program that
installment payments.       location was TRANS. on   would allow certain persons to pay a vehicle registration fee in installments. The bill would specify that in
                            4/12/2010)               order to qualify to participate in the program an individual shall be receiving unemployment compensation
                                                     or meet state poverty guidelines.
AB 2319                     ASSEMBLY DEAD            Existing law provides that any person who deprives or violates the personal liberty of another with the               Watch
Swanson (D)               06/04/2010-Failed          intent to effect or maintain certain felonies, or to obtain forced labor or services, is guilty of human
                          Deadline pursuant to       trafficking. This bill would provide in addition that depriving or violating a person's liberty with the intent
Human trafficking:        Rule 61(b)(11). (Last      to effect or maintain the provision of a person under the age of 16 to another person for the purpose of any
minors.                   location was APPR.         lewd or lascivious act, or the procurement of minors in the preparation of material depicting sexual conduct
                          SUSPENSE FILE on           by a minor, constitutes human trafficking. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing
                          5/28/2010)                 laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/20/2010
AB 2322                   ASSEMBLY                   Existing law generally provides for the confidentiality of juvenile court records and records relating to the     Watch
Feuer (D)                 CHAPTERED                  administration of public social services. However, records connected to public social services programs are
                          09/29/2010-Chaptered by    generally permitted to be disclosed for purposes related to the administration of those programs and for
Abuse of children, elder, the Secretary of State,    other prescribed purposes. This bill would recast these provisions to provide that activities of
or dependent persons:     Chapter Number 551,        multidisciplinary personnel teams engaged in the prevention, identification, management, or treatment of
confidentiality.          Statutes of 2010           child abuse or neglect, or the prevention, identification, management, or treatment of the abuse of an elder
                                                     or dependent person, are activities performed in the administration of public social services. This bill
                                                     contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 08/19/2010
AB 2326                   ASSEMBLY VETOED            Existing law requires the Secretary of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to establish, until       Support
Bass (D)                  09/29/2010-Vetoed by       January 1, 2011, a Reentry Advisory Committee, comprised as specified, to advise the secretary on matters
                          the Governor               related to the successful planning, implementation, and outcomes of all reentry programs and services in
Reentry Advisory                                     the department, with the goal of reducing recidivism. Existing law provides that the committee shall meet
Committee.                                           at least quarterly and that committee members shall receive compensation for travel expenses but no other
                                                     compensation. This bill would change the qualifications for one of the committee members, and would
                                                     expand the membership of the committee by 7 members, as specified. The bill would provide that the
                                                     committee shall meet upon call of the secretary. The bill would remove the requirement that committee
                                                     members receive compensation for travel expenses, as specified, and instead provide that committee
                                                     members shall serve without compensation. The bill would require the secretary, in consultation with the
                                                     committee, to apply for specified federal grants. The bill would authorize the secretary to develop a
                                                     comprehensive strategic reentry plan containing annual and 5-year performance goals, as specified, or to
                                                     satisfy specified federal grant funding eligibility criteria by other means. The bill would require the
                                                     secretary, in consultation with the committee, to apply for any federal financial hardship exemptions
                                                     available to states struggling to identify matching funds for specified federal grants, and to submit a report
                                                     to the Legislature and the United States Attorney General detailing the progress toward achieving strategic
                                                     performance outcomes, as specified. The bill would extend the operation of the committee until January 1,
                                                     2016.

                                                     Last Amended on 08/19/2010
AB 2333                    ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law provides that a person placed on probation by a court shall be under the supervision of the          Watch
Emmerson (R)               06/04/2010-Failed         county probation officer who shall determine the level and type of supervision consistent with the court-
                           Deadline pursuant to      ordered conditions of probation. This bill would prohibit a county probation officer from placing a person
County detention           Rule 61(b)(11). (Last     subject to his or her supervision, who the officer has reason to believe may be in the country illegally, in a
facilities: release of     location was PUB. S. on   residential facility in another county if the person is subject to probation supervision because of an offense
inmates to other counties. 4/6/2010)                 that occurred in the probation officer's county, except as specified.
AB 2342                  ASSEMBLY VETOED            Existing law provides for child welfare services, which are public social services directed toward, among        No Position
Evans (D)                09/30/2010-Vetoed by       other purposes, protecting and promoting the welfare of all children, including those in foster care
                         the Governor               placement. This bill would require the office, in consultation with relevant state departments, the
Foster youth: outreach                              Administrative Office of the Courts, and foster youth stakeholders, to develop a resource guide for
programs.                                           emancipating foster youth that outlines available statewide programs and services, and the eligibility
                                                    standards for those programs and services, as specified. This bill would require the office to incorporate the
                                                    resource guide into its existing Internet Web site and print publications. This bill contains other existing
                                                    laws.

                                                    Last Amended on 08/17/2010
AB 2350                  ASSEMBLY                   Existing law, the Interstate Compact for Juveniles, which has been adopted by this state, establishes an           Watch
Hill (D)                 CHAPTERED                  interstate commission to oversee, supervise, and coordinate the interstate movement of juveniles. Pursuant
                         07/15/2010-Chaptered by    to the compact, any state statutory law that conflicts with the rules and regulations adopted by the
Interstate Compact for   Secretary of State -       commissioners is superseded. This bill would delete the provisions of state law regarding a minor whose
Juveniles.               Chapter 96, Statutes of    parent or guardian is a resident outside of the state as described above and would instead exclude an out-
                         2010.                      of-state minor who is being held pursuant to the Interstate Compact for Juveniles from the provisions
                                                    authorizing the detention of a minor for no more than 24 hours. This bill contains other existing laws.

                                                    Last Amended on 04/12/2010
AB 2372                  ASSEMBLY                   Existing law generally provides that grand theft is theft when the money, labor, or real or personal property      Watch
Ammiano (D)              CHAPTERED                  taken is of a value exceeding $400. This bill would increase the value threshold for committing grand theft
                         09/30/2010-Signed by the   from $400 to $950. By revising an element of an existing crime, this bill would impose a state-mandated
Grand theft: property    Governor                   local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
value threshold.
                                                    Last Amended on 03/11/2010
AB 2384                  ASSEMBLY DEAD              Under existing law any member of the Office of Correctional Safety of the Department of Corrections and            Watch
Gilmore (R)              04/23/2010-Failed          Rehabilitation is a peace officer if his or her primary duties are the investigation and apprehension of
                         Deadline pursuant to       inmates, wards, parolees, parole violators, or escapees from state institutions, among other duties, as
Peace officers:          Rule 61(b)(5). (Last       provided. Under existing law parole officers of the department are peace officers but may only carry a
correctional officers:   location was PUB. S. on    firearm if approved by the director of the department on a case-by-case or unit-by-unit basis. This bill
parole agents.           4/6/2010)                  would include a member of the Division of Adult Parole Operations or the Division of Juvenile Facilities
                                                    of the department in the same category of peace officers as a member of the Office of Correctional Safety
                                                    if his or her primary duties are those described above for a member of the Office of Correctional Safety to
                                                    qualify as a peace officer , with the additional requirement that the peace officer's duties also include the
                                                    enforcement of conditions of parole and the rendering of mutual aid to any other law enforcement agency .
                                                    This bill contains other related provisions.

                                                    Last Amended on 04/05/2010
AB 2391                  ASSEMBLY DEAD              Existing law generally regulates the granting and conditioning of parole, and places the duty to monitor            Watch
Torrico (D)              04/23/2010-Failed          parolees on the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Division of Adult Parole Operations. This
                         Deadline pursuant to       bill would require the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to classify parolees into a 5-tiered
Parole.                  Rule 61(b)(5). (Last       parole supervision system, as specified. The bill would require the department to allocate available
                         location was PUB. S. on    supervision resources consistent with meeting the supervision requirements of all 5 tiers.
                         4/20/2010)
                                                      Last Amended on 04/06/2010
AB 2392                   ASSEMBLY DEAD               Existing law provides that it is the intent of the Legislature that persons sentenced to prison for a           Watch
Torrico (D)               04/23/2010-Failed           determinate sentence serve the entire sentence imposed by the court, except for a reduction in the time
                          Deadline pursuant to        served in the custody of the Secretary of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, as specified.
Inmates: incentive        Rule 61(b)(5). (Last        Existing law provides that except regarding certain prisoners who are limited to 15% credit against
credits.                  location was PUB. S. on     sentenced time, for every 6 months of continuous incarceration, a prisoner shall be awarded credit
                          4/20/2010)                  reductions from his or her term of confinement of 6 months. Existing law provides that prisoners who are
                                                      denied the opportunity to earn credits for the commission of specified crimes or misconduct shall be
                                                      awarded no credit reduction pursuant to these provisions. The bill would instead provide that, except for
                                                      those prisoners subject to the 15% limitation on credits noted above, for every 6 months of full-time
                                                      performance in a credit qualifying program, a prisoner shall be awarded credit reductions of 6 months. The
                                                      bill would provide that prisoners who refuse to accept a full-time credit qualifying assignment shall be
                                                      awarded no credit reduction. The bill would provide for the earning of credit reductions for prisoners who
                                                      voluntarily accept a half-time credit qualifying assignment and prisoners who are willing to participate in a
                                                      full-time credit qualifying assignment but who are either not assigned to a full-time assignment or are
                                                      assigned to a program for less than full-time. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing
                                                      laws.

                                                      Last Amended on 04/08/2010
AB 2459                   ASSEMBLY DEAD               Existing law authorizes the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to oversee programs for the            Support
Caballero (D)             06/04/2010-Failed           purposes of reducing parolee recidivism. This bill would authorize, until January 1, 2015, each county to
                          Deadline pursuant to        establish a Community Juvenile Probation Performance Incentives Fund to be used for specified purposes
Juvenile offenders:       Rule 61(b)(11). (Last       relating to improving local probation supervision practices and capacities, as specified. This bill contains
probation.                location was APPR.          other related provisions and other existing laws.
                          SUSPENSE FILE on
                          5/28/2010)                  Last Amended on 04/06/2010
AB 2475                   ASSEMBLY DEAD               Existing law governs family law proceedings. Existing law authorizes or requires, as specified, the court to    Watch
Beall (D)                 06/04/2010-Failed           appoint various professionals to assist in these proceedings, including counsel for the minor, mediators,
                          Deadline pursuant to        and child custody evaluators, among others. This bill would direct the Judicial Council, in consultation
Family law: complaints.   Rule 61(b)(11). (Last       with judicial personnel, family law experts, and advocates to, on or before January 1, 2012, adopt a rule of
                          location was APPR.          court to establish a uniform, statewide procedure for handling and responding to complaints regarding
                          SUSPENSE FILE on            family law experts employed or appointed by the court, including mediators, evaluators, investigators,
                          5/19/2010)                  special masters, and minor's counsel, as specified. This bill contains other related provisions.

                                                      Last Amended on 05/11/2010
AB 2486                   ASSEMBLY                    Under existing law, a social host who furnishes alcoholic beverages to any person may not be held legally       Watch
Feuer (D)                 CHAPTERED                   accountable for damages suffered by that person, or for injury to the person or property of, or death of, any
                          08/18/2010-Chaptered by     3rd person, resulting from the consumption of those beverages. This bill would provide that these
Social host liability:    Secretary of State -        provisions do not preclude a claim against a parent, guardian, or another adult who knowingly furnishes
furnishing alcohol to     Chapter No. 154, Statutes   alcoholic beverages at his or her residence to a person under 21 years of age and that furnishing the
underage persons.         of 2010                     alcoholic beverages may be found to be the proximate cause of resulting injuries or death, as provided.

                                                      Last Amended on 06/29/2010
AB 2506                   ASSEMBLY DEAD               Existing law, the Bronzan-McCorquodale Act, contains provisions governing the operation and financing            Watch
Carter (D)                 04/23/2010-Failed      of community mental health services for the mentally disordered in every county through locally
                           Deadline pursuant to   administered and locally controlled community mental health programs. Existing law requires the board of
Mental health: medical     Rule 61(b)(5). (Last   supervisors of every county, or the boards of supervisors of counties acting jointly, as prescribed, to
transportation services.   location was HEALTH    establish a community mental health service to cover the entire area of the county or counties. Existing law
                           on 4/12/2010)          requires each community mental health service to establish a mental health board, with specified powers
                                                  and duties. The mental health board may be established as an advisory board or a commission, depending
                                                  on the preference of the county. This bill would require each mental health board or commission to
                                                  facilitate the development and implementation of a written memorandum of understanding (MOU)
                                                  between emergency and nonemergency medical transportation entities, local law enforcement, Medi-Cal
                                                  managed care mental health plans, general acute care hospitals, and acute psychiatric hospitals, to provide
                                                  for the delivery of emergency and nonemergency medical transportation services for individuals with
                                                  mental illness. This bill would require that the MOU be developed and implemented not later than one year
                                                  after the date that this measure becomes effective. If the mental health board or commission fails to
                                                  facilitate the development and implementation of the MOU within the specified time, the bill would
                                                  require the board of supervisors in each county, or the boards of supervisors of counties acting jointly, to
                                                  develop and implement the MOU. By increasing county duties with respect to community mental health
                                                  services, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions
                                                  and other existing laws.

                                                  Last Amended on 04/08/2010
AB 2521                   SENATE DEAD             Existing law authorizes the Judicial Council to regulate the budget and fiscal management of the trial            Watch
Torrico (D)               07/02/2010-Failed       courts, and requires the Judicial Council to adopt regulations for recordkeeping and accounting by the
                          Deadline pursuant to    courts ensuring that all revenues and expenditures relating to court operations are known. At the request of
Courts: budget and fiscal Rule 61(b)(13). (Last   the Legislature, the Controller may perform and publish financial and fiscal compliance audits of the
management.               location was JUD. on    reports of court revenues and expenditures. The Controller is required to report the results of these audits to
                          6/17/2010)              the Legislature and the Judicial Council, and the Judicial Council or its representative may perform audits
                                                  and reviews of all court financial records wherever they may be located. This bill would, instead, authorize
                                                  the Judicial Council or its representatives to inspect, review, and perform comprehensive oversight and
                                                  analysis of court financial records wherever they may be located, and to investigate allegations of financial
                                                  impropriety or mismanagement. The bill also would require the Controller, on or before December 15,
                                                  2012, to establish a pilot program to audit 6 trial courts, as specified, and, on or before December 15, 2013,
                                                  to commence an audit of the trial courts, including a review of all funds within the trial court's control. The
                                                  bill would require the audit of each trial court at least once every 4 years. The bill would require the
                                                  Controller to compile the trial court audit findings and report the results of these audits to the Legislature,
                                                  the Judicial Council, and the Department of Finance no later than April 1 of each year. The bill would
                                                  provide that the audit be paid for from funds of the local trial court being audited. This bill contains other
                                                  related provisions.

                                                  Last Amended on 06/17/2010
AB 2547                    ASSEMBLY DEAD          Existing law authorizes the Secretary of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to adopt                Watch
Galgiani (D)               04/23/2010-Failed      regulations requiring the manufacturers of drugs to pay the department a rebate for the purchase of drugs
                           Deadline pursuant to   for offenders in state custody that is equal to the rebate that would be applicable under the federal Social
Prisons: medical           Rule 61(b)(5). (Last   Security Act. Existing law also allows the department to establish cost-effective strategies for the
supplies: demonstration    location was HEALTH    procurement of drugs in cooperation with the Department of General Services. This bill would authorize
contracts.                 on 4/12/2010)          the department to enter into demonstration contracts with manufacturers of medical supplies for the
                                                         purpose of establishing rebate programs or other cost-saving mechanisms and achieving demonstrated cost
                                                         savings in the purchase of medical supplies. The bill would require the department to maintain a list of
                                                         supplies for which contracts have been executed pursuant to these provisions.

                                                         Last Amended on 04/08/2010
AB 2626                       ASSEMBLY VETOED            Under existing law a sheriff's or police security officer is a public officer whose duties are limited to the     Watch
Jones (D)                     09/29/2010-Vetoed by       physical security and protection of properties owned, operated, controlled, or administered by a city or
                              the Governor               county, or by a municipality or special district contracting for police services, and specified other duties.
County of Sacramento:                                    This bill would expand the duties of a security officer employed by the Sheriff of the County of
sheriff and police security                              Sacramento or by a municipality with law enforcement jurisdiction in the County of Sacramento to include
officers.                                                the security and protection of the property of an entity that contracts for security services from the County
                                                         of Sacramento or a municipality in the County of Sacramento, whose primary business supports national
                                                         defense, or whose facility is qualified as national critical infrastructure, or who stores or manufactures
                                                         material that, if compromised, would compromise national security or pose a danger to residents of the
                                                         County of Sacramento. The bill would provide that a contract entered into with the County of Sacramento
                                                         or a municipality in the County of Sacramento for security services must provide for full reimbursement to
                                                         the county or municipality for the actual costs of providing those services. The bill would require the
                                                         county board of supervisors or the governing board of the municipality, prior to entering into a contract
                                                         pursuant to these provisions, to discuss the contract at a duly noticed public hearing.

                                                         Last Amended on 07/15/2010
AB 2631                       ASSEMBLY DEAD              Under existing federal law, no state or local government entity or official may prohibit any government           Support
Logue (R)                     05/07/2010-Failed          entity or official from sending federal authorities information regarding the citizenship or immigration
                              Deadline pursuant to       status of any individual. This bill would declare that any ordinance or policy of a city, county, city and
Law enforcement:              Rule 61(b)(6). (Last       county, or law enforcement agency that prevents or limits a law enforcement agency, or an employee of a
communication with            location was PUB. S. on    law enforcement agency, from notifying federal authorities that a person may be within the country
federal immigration           4/12/2010)                 illegally is void and not of any force or effect. This bill would allow a resident of the local jurisdiction to
authorities.                                             apply for a writ of mandate to compel the entity to comply with these provisions.
AB 2632                       ASSEMBLY                   Existing law provides for injunctive relief from the unlawful activities of criminal street gangs. Existing       Watch
Davis (D)                     CHAPTERED                  law provides that disobedience of the terms of any court order constitutes a contempt of court, and is
                              09/30/2010-Signed by the   punishable as a misdemeanor. This bill would specify that disobedience of the terms of an injunction that
Gang injunctions:             Governor                   restrains the activities of a criminal street gang or any of its members constitutes contempt of court, and is
violations: contempt of                                  punishable as a misdemeanor. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
court.
                                                         Last Amended on 08/05/2010
AB 2650                       ASSEMBLY                   Existing law added by initiative, the Compassionate Use Act of 1996, prohibits any physician from being           Watch
Buchanan (D)                  CHAPTERED                  punished, or denied any right or privilege, for having recommended marijuana to a patient for medical
                              09/30/2010-Chaptered by    purposes. The act prohibits the provisions of law making unlawful the possession or cultivation of
Medical marijuana.            the Secretary of State,    marijuana from applying to a qualified patient, the qualified patient's primary caregiver, or an individual
                              Chapter Number 603,        who provides assistance to the qualified patient or the qualified patient's primary caregiver, who possesses,
                              Statutes of 2010           cultivates, or distributes marijuana for the personal medical purposes of the qualified patient upon the
                                                         written or oral recommendation or approval of a physician. Existing statutory law requires the State
                                                         Department of Public Health to establish and maintain a voluntary program for the issuance of
                                                         identification cards to qualified patients and establishes procedures under which a qualified patient with an
                                                   identification card may use marijuana for medical purposes. Existing law regulates qualified patients, a
                                                   qualified patient's primary caregiver, and individuals who provide assistance to the qualified patient or the
                                                   qualified patient's primary caregiver, as specified. A violation of these provisions is generally a
                                                   misdemeanor. This bill would provide that no medical marijuana cooperative, collective, dispensary,
                                                   operator, establishment, or provider authorized by law to possess, cultivate, or distribute medical marijuana
                                                   that has a storefront or mobile retail outlet which ordinarily requires a local business license shall be
                                                   located within a 600-foot radius of any public or private school providing instruction in kindergarten or
                                                   grades 1 to 12, inclusive, except as specified. The bill also would provide that local ordinances, adopted
                                                   prior to January 1, 2011, that regulate the location or establishment of these medical marijuana
                                                   establishments would not be preempted by its provisions; and that nothing in the bill shall prohibit a city,
                                                   county, or city and county from adopting ordinances that further restrict the location or establishment of
                                                   these medical marijuana establishments. The bill would express a legislative finding and declaration that
                                                   establishing a uniform standard regulating the proximity of these medical marijuana establishments to
                                                   schools is a matter of statewide concern and not a municipal affair and that, therefore, all cities and
                                                   counties, including charter cities and charter counties, shall be subject to the provisions of the bill. By
                                                   creating a new crime, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other
                                                   related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                   Last Amended on 07/15/2010
AB 2677                  ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law authorizes a city, county, or city and county to levy a tax, as provided, on the sale at retail     Watch
Fuentes (D)              04/23/2010-Failed         within its jurisdiction of aerosol paint containers, felt tip markers, as specified, and marking substances or
                         Deadline pursuant to      instruments at the rate of no more than $0.10 per aerosol paint container or container of other marking
Local taxes: graffiti    Rule 61(b)(5). (Last      substance, and no more than $0.05 per felt tip marker meeting specified requirements or other marking
prevention.              location was L. GOV. on   instrument. Existing law requires the State Board of Equalization to enforce and administer these
                         4/8/2010)                 provisions. This bill would increase the amount of the tax authorized to be levied under these provisions to
                                                   $0.25 per aerosol paint container or felt tip marker meeting specified requirements, would revise the
                                                   definition of an aerosol paint container, would delete the authorization for the levy of a tax for containers
                                                   of other marking instruments and other marking substances, and would require that 50% of the revenues
                                                   from the tax be allocated for the purpose of funding the arts within the city, county, or city and county. The
                                                   bill would also require any jurisdiction implementing the tax to provide retailers of products subject to the
                                                   tax the option to store or display the products in an area continuously observable by employees, as
                                                   specified, or in an area not accessible to the public without employee assistance.

                                                   Last Amended on 03/23/2010
AB 2698                  ASSEMBLY VETOED           Under existing law, a county welfare department is required to request a consumer disclosure, pursuant to        Support
Block (D)                09/30/2010-Vetoed by      federal law, on behalf of a youth in a foster care placement in the county, when the youth reaches his or her
                         the Governor              16th birthday, in order to ascertain whether the youth has been the victim of identity theft. If the consumer
Foster youth: identity                             disclosure reveals any negative items, or evidence that identity theft has occurred, existing law requires the
theft.                                             county welfare department to refer the youth to an approved organization that provides services to victims
                                                   of identity theft. Existing law requires the department to develop a list of approved organizations for this
                                                   purpose, in consultation with the County Welfare Directors Association and others. This bill would revise
                                                   the above provisions to require the county welfare department or the State Department of Social Services
                                                   to ascertain whether identity theft may have occurred under the described circumstances. The bill would
                                                   permit the matter to be referred to a governmental agency or nonprofit organization that provides
                                                   information and assistance to victims of identity theft, rather than to an approved counseling organization.
                                                   The bill would authorize the agency or the nonprofit organization to take remedial actions to clear the
                                                   youth's credit record and to report the results to the county welfare department. The bill would require the
                                                   Office of Privacy Protection, in consultation with the State Department of Social Services and other
                                                   specified entities, to develop a list of governmental agencies and nonprofit organizations to which the
                                                   matter may be referred for assistance in responding to an instance of suspected identity theft.

                                                   Last Amended on 08/12/2010
AB 2715                    ASSEMBLY DEAD           Existing law establishes the Legislative Analyst's Office. Existing law, commonly known as the "3 strikes"           Watch
Bass (D)                   06/04/2010-Failed       law, provides that if a defendant has been convicted of any felony, and it has been pled and proved that the
                           Deadline pursuant to    defendant has one or more prior serious or violent felony convictions, as defined, then the court must
Sentencing: three strikes: Rule 61(b)(11). (Last   sentence the defendant to an enhanced prison term, as specified. These provisions, one set of which was
Legislative Analyst        location was APPR.      added by initiative, may be amended by the Legislature only by a statute passed by a 2/3vote of each
report.                    SUSPENSE FILE on        house. This bill would require that the Legislative Analyst shall, no later than January 1, 2012, examine the
                           5/28/2010)              "3 strikes" statutes, and report its findings to the Legislature on the fiscal costs, the state of public safety
                                                   due to its enforcement, any benefits or repercussions of those statutes, and other specified findings. The
                                                   bill would require the Judicial Council, the Attorney General, and the University of California, upon
                                                   approval by the Board of Regents, to assist the Legislative Analyst in conducting the study.
AB 2727                   ASSEMBLY DEAD            Existing law provides that an employer may not ask an applicant for employment to disclose, and an                   Watch
Bradford (D)              06/04/2010-Failed        employer may not utilize in an employment-related decision, information concerning an arrest or detention
                          Deadline pursuant to     that did not result in a conviction. This bill, in addition, would prohibit an employer from denying an
Applicant information:    Rule 61(b)(11). (Last    application for employment for the reason that the applicant has previously been convicted of a criminal
criminal history.         location was APPR.       offense unless the employer determines that there is a direct relationship between the prior conviction and
                          SUSPENSE FILE on         the employment sought or the granting of employment would involve an unreasonable risk to property or
                          5/28/2010)               persons. This bill would require the employer to consider specified factors when determining whether
                                                   either of those 2 circumstances exist. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
AB 2747               ASSEMBLY VETOED              Existing law provides that it is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Corrections and              No Position
Lowenthal, Bonnie (D) 09/30/2010-Vetoed by         Rehabilitation, in cooperation with the Department of General Services and other appropriate state
                      the Governor                 agencies, take prompt action to adopt cost-effective reforms in its drug and medical supply procurement
Prisoners: pharmacy                                processes, as specified. Existing law authorizes the Secretary of the Department of Corrections and
services.                                          Rehabilitation to adopt regulations requiring manufacturers of drugs to pay the department a rebate for the
                                                   purchase of drugs for offenders in state custody that is at least equal to the rebate that would be applicable
                                                   to the drugs under the federal Social Security Act. This bill would provide that the Department of
                                                   Corrections and Rehabilitation shall maintain and operate a comprehensive pharmacy services program for
                                                   those facilities under the jurisdiction of the department that incorporates, among other things, a statewide
                                                   pharmacy administration system with direct authority and responsibility for program oversight and a
                                                   multidisciplinary, statewide Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee with specified responsibilities. The bill
                                                   would authorize the department to operate and maintain a centralized pharmacy distribution center, as
                                                   specified. The bill would authorize the department to investigate and initiate potential systematic
                                                   improvements in order to provide for the safe and efficient distribution and control of, and accountability
                                                   for, drugs within the department's system. The bill would require the department to ensure that there is a
                                                   program providing for the regular inspection of all the department's pharmacies to verify compliance with
                                                   applicable rules, regulations, and other standards, as specified. The bill would require the department to
                                                   report specified information to specified legislative committees relating to its pharmaceutical costs and its
                                                   operation of a fully functioning and centralized pharmacy distribution center.
                                                       Last Amended on 08/19/2010
SB 28                     SENATE DEAD                  Existing law establishes a system of state prisons. This bill would establish requirements for the                   Watch
Denham (R)                02/01/2010-Returned to       decommissioning and redevelopment of San Quentin State Prison. Decommissioning would be required to
                          Secretary of Senate          be completed not later than December 31, 2014. The bill would authorize the Governor to designate the
Prisons: San Quentin      pursuant to Joint Rule 56.   state prison that would house condemned inmates. The bill would also make conforming and technical,
State Prison.                                          nonsubstantive changes. This bill contains other related provisions.
SB 46                     SENATE DEAD                  Under existing law, prosecution for specified felony sex offenses, including rape, sodomy, lewd or                  Support
Alquist (D)               01/15/2010-Failed            lascivious acts, oral copulation, continuous sexual abuse of a child, and acts of sexual penetration that are
                          Deadline pursuant to         alleged to have been committed when the victim was under the age of 18 years, may be commenced at any
Sex offenders:            Rule 61(b)(1). (Last         time prior to the victim's 28th birthday. Existing law also allows a complaint alleging one or more of these
commencing trial: time.   location was PUB. S. on      offenses to be filed beyond this time limitation in certain specified instances if the crimes involve
                          1/13/2010)                   substantial sexual conduct and there is independent corroborating evidence of the allegations. This bill
                                                       would allow the prosecution of the felony sex offenses specified above to be commenced at any time if the
                                                       crime is alleged to have been committed when the victim was under the age of 14.

                                                       Last Amended on 12/15/2009
SB 50                      ASSEMBLY DEAD               Existing law provides that no costs incurred by a qualified health care professional, hospital, or other             Watch
Corbett (D)                07/02/2010-Failed           emergency medical facility for the examination of the victim of a sexual assault for the purposes of
                           Deadline pursuant to        gathering evidence for possible prosecution shall be charged directly or indirectly to the victim of the
Victims of sexual assault. Rule 61(b)(13). (Last       assault. Existing law provides that the law enforcement agency in the jurisdiction in which the alleged
                           location was PUB. S. on     sexual assault was committed which requests the examination has the option of determining whether or not
                           9/10/2009)                  the examination will be performed in the office of a physician and surgeon , and that local jurisdiction shall
                                                       bear those costs . This bill would provide that victims of sexual assault are not required to participate in the
                                                       criminal justice system or cooperate with law enforcement in order to be provided with a forensic medical
                                                       exam. Because this bill would expand a victim's right to a medical exam paid for by a local agency, it
                                                       would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other
                                                       existing laws.

                                                       Last Amended on 09/10/2009
SB 59                     SENATE DEAD                  Existing law provides that criminal trials may only be continued for good cause. Under existing law, good            Watch
Huff (R)                  08/31/2010-Failed            cause is defined to include when a prosecutor assigned to specific types of criminal cases has another trial,
                          Deadline pursuant to         preliminary hearing, or motion to suppress in progress in that court or another court. This bill would
Criminal procedure:       Rule 61(b)(17). (Last        include, as good cause, a case involving a violent gang felony, as defined, when the assigned prosecutor
trials: continuances.     location was DESK on         has another case in progress, as specified. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing
                          1/15/2010)                   laws.

                                                       Last Amended on 12/15/2009
SB 76                     SENATE CHAPTERED             Existing law provides time credit for work performance and good behavior to prisoners confined to a                Co-Sponsor
Committee on Public       09/28/2010-Chaptered by      county jail, industrial farm, or road camp, or any city jail, industrial farm, or road camp. Specifically,
Safety                    the Secretary of State,      except regarding certain prisoners who are limited to 15% credit against sentenced time, existing law
                          Chapter Number 426,          provides that a term of 4 days will be deemed to have been served for every 2 days spent in actual custody
Committee on Public       Statutes of 2010             in one of these facilities, except that a term of 6 days will be deemed to have been served for every 4 days
Safety: Inmates:                                       in actual custody for prisoners required to register as sex offenders, prisoners committed for a serious
incentive credits.                                     felony, or prisoners with a prior conviction for a serious or violent felony. This bill would instead provide
                                                      that prisoners sentenced to state prison for whom the sentence is executed, except for those required to
                                                      register as sex offenders, committed for a serious felony, or with a previous conviction for a serious or
                                                      violent felony, who are confined in a city or county jail, industrial farm, or road camp, from the date of
                                                      arrest until state prison credits are applicable, shall have one day deducted from his or her period of
                                                      confinement for every day the prisoner served in a city or county jail, industrial farm, or road camp. The
                                                      bill would provide that a prisoner sentenced to state prison who is confined in a city or county jail,
                                                      industrial farm, or road camp may not receive the day-for-day credit if it appears by the record that the
                                                      prisoner refused to satisfactorily perform labor or failed to satisfactorily comply with rules and regulations,
                                                      as specified. The bill would provide that, for prisoners otherwise in a county jail, industrial farm, or road
                                                      camp, or any city jail, industrial farm, or road camp for a crime committed on or after the effective date of
                                                      this bill, except those subject to the 15% limitation on credits noted above, a term of 6 days will be deemed
                                                      to have been served for every 4 days spent in actual custody. Because this bill would change the
                                                      punishment for crimes, it would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related
                                                      provisions and other existing laws.

                                                      Last Amended on 08/20/2010
SB 110                      SENATE CHAPTERED          Existing law addresses aspects of the jurisdiction of state agencies and law enforcement in regard to long-       Watch
Liu (D)                     09/30/2010-Chaptered by   term care facilities and elder and dependent adult abuse, as specified. This bill would further specify the
                            the Secretary of State,   jurisdiction of various state agencies and of law enforcement in regard to investigating those facilities and
People with disabilities:   Chapter Number 617,       that conduct. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
victims of crime.           Statutes of 2010
                                                      Last Amended on 08/02/2010
SB 114                      SENATE DEAD               Existing law provides for the Medi-Cal program, which is administered by the State Department of Health           Support
Liu (D)                     01/22/2010-Failed         Care Services and under which qualified low-income persons receive health care benefits. Existing law
                            Deadline pursuant to      requires the department, if, and to the extent that, all necessary federal approvals are obtained for federal
Medi-Cal: independent       Rule 61(b)(2). (Last      financial participation, to implement a federal option to extend Medi-Cal benefits to independent foster
foster care adolescents.    location was 2 YEAR on    care adolescents, as defined in federal law. This bill would specify that, if the department has exercised this
                            6/2/2009)                 option, commencing April 1, 2010, specified independent foster care adolescents would be deemed eligible
                                                      for the benefits and would be automatically enrolled without requiring a new application and without an
                                                      interruption in coverage. This bill contains other related provisions.

                                                      Last Amended on 05/19/2009
SB 125                      SENATE DEAD               Existing federal law requires the federal government to compensate a state for the costs of incarcerating         Watch
Benoit (R)                  01/15/2010-Failed         undocumented criminal illegal aliens, or to take the undocumented criminal alien into federal custody, as
                            Deadline pursuant to      specified. This bill would require the Secretary of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to
Undocumented criminal       Rule 61(b)(1). (Last      annually bill the federal government for the costs of incarcerating undocumented criminal aliens within
aliens: costs of            location was 2 YEAR on    California's correctional system . The bill would require the Attorney General to utilize all available legal
incarceration: collection   5/1/2009)                 resources to obtain compliance with payment of the written bill if the federal government fails to make
of data.                                              payment. This bill contains other related provisions.

                                                      Last Amended on 03/23/2009
SB 134                      SENATE DEAD               Existing law states the policy of the state that all youth confined in a facility of the Department of      Fiscal Concerns
Liu (D)                     02/01/2010-Returned to    Corrections and Rehabilitation, Division of Juvenile Justice have the right to maintain frequent and
                            Secretary of Senate       continuing contact with parents, guardians, siblings, children, and extended family members through visits,
Juveniles:                   pursuant to Joint Rule 56. telephone calls, and mail. This bill would expand this right to include contact with the other parent of a
communications with                                     child, and the child's caregiver, social worker, teacher, physician, and other service providers involved in
children.                                               the upbringing and caregiving of the child. The bill also would require local juvenile detention facilities to
                                                        consider the well-being of the children of parents who are in the custody of those facilities, and for
                                                        visitation policies to provide opportunities for meaningful contact between incarcerated parents and
                                                        children. The bill would provide that a juvenile who is a parent, who is involved in caring for his or her
                                                        child, and who is authorized for telephone communication, shall be permitted to place telephone calls to
                                                        his or her child, and to the child's other parent, caregiver, social worker, teacher, physician, other service
                                                        providers for the child, and any other individuals who are involved in the upbringing and caregiving of the
                                                        child, within the restriction policy for telephone use at the local juvenile detention facility. By imposing
                                                        new and additional duties on local juvenile detention facilities, this bill would create a state-mandated local
                                                        program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                        Last Amended on 03/24/2009
SB 151                       SENATE DEAD                Existing law requires the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to establish certain pilot programs        Concerns
Ducheny (D)                  01/22/2010-Failed          to assist parolees in the successful reintegration of those parolees into the community. This bill would
                             Deadline pursuant to       require, until January 1, 2015, the Judicial Council to establish a pilot program for the operation of up to 10
Reentry courts: pilot        Rule 61(b)(2). (Last       court-based reentry programs for parolees who would benefit from community drug treatment or mental
program.                     location was 2 YEAR on     health treatment. The program would include key components used by drug and collaborative courts using
                             6/2/2009)                  a highly structured model, including close supervision and monitoring by a judicial officer, dedicated
                                                        calendars, nonadversarial proceedings, frequent drug and alcohol testing, and close collaboration between
                                                        the respective entities involved to improve offender outcomes. The bill would require the Judicial Council,
                                                        in collaboration with the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, to evaluate the program and report
                                                        its findings to the Legislature and the Governor, as specified.
SB 153                       SENATE DEAD                Existing law establishes that the sheriff may discharge any prisoner from the county jail at such time on the      Watch
Liu (D)                      01/15/2010-Failed          last day a prisoner may be confined as the sheriff considers to be in the best interests of the prisoner.
                             Deadline pursuant to       Existing law allows for the accelerated release of inmates, as specified, upon the authorization of the
Jails: discharge of          Rule 61(b)(1). (Last       superior court. This bill would provide that the sheriff shall discharge a prisoner upon the completion of his
prisoners.                   location was 2 YEAR on     or her sentence between the hours of 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., with certain exceptions. The bill would specify that
                             5/1/2009)                  it shall not be construed to allow jails to retain a prisoner any longer than otherwise required or to prevent
                                                        the early release of prisoners, as specified. Because this bill would require that prisoners be released from
                                                        jail during a specific time, it would create a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related
                                                        provisions and other existing laws.
SB 157                       SENATE DEAD                Existing law prohibits the manufacture of controlled substances and the possession of certain precursors of        Watch
Runner (R)                   01/15/2010-Failed          controlled substances with the intent to manufacture those controlled substances. Existing law further
                             Deadline pursuant to       provides that any person convicted of violating these provisions, or of an attempt to violate these
Controlled substance         Rule 61(b)(1). (Last       provisions, as the provisions relate to methamphetamine or phencyclidine, when the crime occurs in a
offenses:                    location was 2 YEAR on     structure where any child under 16 years of age is present or causes a child under 16 years of age to suffer
methamphetamine or           5/1/2009)                  great bodily injury or death, shall be punished by an additional term of imprisonment in the state prison, as
phencyclidine: child                                    specified. This bill would provide that an additional term of imprisonment in the state prison shall be
under 16 years of age                                   imposed, as specified, for each child under 16 years of age who is present or who suffers great bodily
present or suffering great                              injury. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
bodily injury.
SB 179                       SENATE CHAPTERED Existing law requires a referee to hear cases assigned to him or her by the presiding judge of the juvenile                  Watch
Runner (R)                07/09/2010-Chaptered by   court. Existing law requires the referee to furnish to the presiding judge and the minor, if the minor is 14
                          Secretary of State -      years of age or older or makes that request, and to serve upon the minor's attorney and the minor's parent,
Juvenile law: referee.    Chapter 66, Statutes of   guardian, or adult relative and that person's attorney, a written copy of the referee's findings and order, and
                          2010.                     to furnish to the minor and the parent, guardian, or adult relative, with the findings and order, a written
                                                    explanation of the right of those persons to seek review of the order by the juvenile court. Existing law
                                                    requires that service made pursuant to these provisions be made by mail, as specified. This bill would
                                                    allow service to be made in court on a minor, parent, or guardian who is present in court on the date that
                                                    the findings and order of the referee are made. The bill would require service of the findings and order by
                                                    mail to a minor, parent, or guardian who was not present in court when those findings and order were
                                                    made, except as specified, and would require the mailing to include the written explanation of the right to
                                                    seek review of the order, as required pursuant to the provision described above.

                                                    Last Amended on 05/20/2010
SB 185                    SENATE DEAD               Existing law defines the felony offense for which a person has been released on bail or his or her own            Watch
Benoit (R)                01/15/2010-Failed         recognizance, or for which release on bail or his or her own recognizance has been revoked prior to final
                          Deadline pursuant to      judgment, as a "primary offense," and defines an offense committed while so released as a "secondary
Punishment:               Rule 61(b)(1). (Last      offense." Under existing law, any person arrested for a secondary offense which was alleged to have been
enhancements.             location was 2 YEAR on    committed while that person was released from custody on a primary offense is subject to a penalty
                          5/1/2009)                 enhancement of an additional 2 years in state prison, as specified. This bill would include within the
                                                    definition of "primary offense" a felony offense for which the person has been released from custody ,
                                                    other than on bail or on his or her own recognizance, prior to sentencing . This bill contains other related
                                                    provisions and other existing laws.

                                                    Last Amended on 04/20/2009
SB 203                    ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law includes provisions criminalizing conduct involving obscene matter and child pornography,            Watch
Harman (R)                08/13/2010-Failed         including making the distribution of this material criminal. Existing law defines the term "distribute" for
                          Deadline pursuant to      purposes of crimes relating to obscene matter. This bill would include within this definition of "distribute"
Child pornography:        Rule 61(b)(14). (Last     making available for access or possession over the Internet. The bill would also provide that nothing in the
Internet distribution.    location was APPR.        provisions criminalizing conduct involving obscene matter and child pornography shall be construed to
                          SUSPENSE FILE on          permit an action against an interactive computer service, electronic communication service, or remote
                          8/4/2010)                 computing service, as defined, that is inconsistent with specified provisions of federal law. By revising the
                                                    definition of existing crimes to expand their application, this bill would impose a state-mandated local
                                                    program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                    Last Amended on 06/30/2010
SB 244                     ASSEMBLY DEAD            Existing law requires the Superintendent of Public Instruction to administer child care and development           Watch
Wright (D)                 08/31/2010-Failed        programs, including California state preschool programs, and requires applicants and contracting agencies
                           Deadline pursuant to     to give first priority to children who meet specified criteria, including 3- or 4-year-old neglected or abused
Children's services: high- Rule 61(b)(17). (Last    children who are the recipients of child protective services. This bill would also give first priority to
risk children.             location was RLS. on     neglected or abused children who are in family maintenance, family preservation, and unification, and to
                           6/28/2010)               certain other high-risk children who meet specified criteria. The bill would give certain high-risk children
                                                    the right to continuous enrollment in a state preschool program or a child care and development program
                                                    that is licensed or is operated by a local educational agency if the child's residence or placement changes.
                                                    This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
                                                       Last Amended on 06/22/2010
SB 265                    SENATE DEAD                  Existing law authorizes the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to return a parolee to prison           Watch
Runner (R)                01/15/2010-Failed            upon revocation of the parolee's parole, as specified. This bill would require the department to require a
                          Deadline pursuant to         parolee to serve a period of revocation on GPS-monitored house arrest in lieu of being returned to prison, if
Parole: violators.        Rule 61(b)(1). (Last         certain conditions are met, as specified. This bill would also make it a felony for a parolee to willfully
                          location was 2 YEAR on       depart, without authorization, from the designated residence, as specified. This bill contains other related
                          5/1/2009)                    provisions and other existing laws.
SB 282                   ASSEMBLY DEAD                 Existing law provides that commencing February 1, 2011, a vendor shall not sell or otherwise transfer            Watch
Wright (D)               08/31/2010-Failed             ownership of any handgun ammunition without, at the time of delivery, legibly recording specified
                         Deadline pursuant to          information regarding the purchaser or transferee, and maintaining the record for a period of not less than 5
Deadly weapons           Rule 61(b)(17). (Last         years, as specified. Existing law provides that violation of these provisions is a misdemeanor. Existing law
transaction records:     location was THIRD            also provides that the records shall be subject to inspection by any peace officer and certain others, as
firearms and ammunition. READING on 8/20/2010)         specified, for purposes of an investigation where access to those records is or may be relevant to that
                                                       investigation, when seeking information about persons prohibited from owning a firearm or ammunition,
                                                       or when engaged in ensuring compliance with laws pertaining to firearms or ammunition, as specified.
                                                       This bill would provide that commencing February 1, 2011, except for investigatory and enforcement
                                                       purposes described above, no ammunition vendor shall provide the required information to any 3rd party,
                                                       or use the information for any purpose other than as is required or authorized by statute or regulation,
                                                       without the written consent of the purchaser or transferee. The bill would also provide that any required
                                                       ammunition records that are no longer required to be maintained shall be destroyed in a specified manner.
                                                       The bill would provide that violation of these provisions is a misdemeanor. This bill contains other related
                                                       provisions and other existing laws.

                                                       Last Amended on 08/20/2010
SB 292                    SENATE DEAD                  Existing law authorizes the Secretary of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to enter into          Watch
Hancock (D)               02/01/2010-Returned to       contracts with various entities for the housing and other care of inmates who are subject to the department's
                          Secretary of Senate          jurisdiction, but not incarcerated in a state prison. Existing law authorizes the department to construct,
Prisoners: alternative    pursuant to Joint Rule 56.   establish, and operate reentry program facilities with programs to assist inmates and parole violators to
incarceration.                                         reintegrate into society. This bill would state findings and declarations of the Legislature relative to
                                                       alternative incarceration for nonviolent inmates. The bill would authorize the Secretary of the Department
                                                       of Corrections and Rehabilitation to enter into contracts with Alternative Incarceration Facilities, as
                                                       defined, for housing certain nonviolent inmates who meet certain criteria. The bill would authorize the
                                                       secretary to adopt regulations to implement those purposes, set forth criteria for inmates to meet in order to
                                                       be transferred to Alternative Incarceration Facilities, and establish a compensation scheme for owners of
                                                       those facilities. The bill would require a retired correctional officer with certain experience to always be
                                                       present at each facility for purposes of providing certain technical assistance.

                                                       Last Amended on 05/19/2009
SB 373                    SENATE DEAD                  The Vehicle License Fee (VLF) Law establishes, in lieu of any ad valorem property tax upon vehicles, an          Watch
Walters (R)               02/01/2010-Returned to       annual license fee for any vehicle subject to registration in this state, on and after May 19, 2009, and until
                          Secretary of Senate          July 1, 2013, in the amount of 1.15% of the market value of specified vehicles, the revenues derived
Vehicle license fees: new pursuant to Joint Rule 56.   thereof to be deposited in specified funds. Existing law provides that, on and after July 1, 2013, the annual
vehicles.                                              license fee for specified vehicles subject to registration in this state shall be 0.65% of the market value of
                                                       that vehicle . This bill would provide that for new vehicles, including new motorcycles, the annual license
                                                    fee shall be 0.65% of the market value of the vehicle. This bill would also state the intent of the Legislature
                                                    with regard to funding levels for local law enforcement. This bill contains other related provisions.

                                                    Last Amended on 05/06/2009
SB 399                     SENATE DEAD              Existing law provides that the Secretary of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation or the Board         No Position
Yee (D)                    08/31/2010-Failed        of Parole Hearings or both may, for specified reasons, recommend to the court that a prisoner's sentence be
                           Deadline pursuant to     recalled, and that a court may recall a prisoner's sentence. This bill would authorize a prisoner who was
Sentencing.                Rule 61(b)(17). (Last    under 18 years of age at the time of committing an offense for which the prisoner was sentenced to life
                           location was             without parole to submit a petition for recall and resentencing to the sentencing court, and to the
                           UNFINISHED               prosecuting agency, as specified. The bill would establish certain criteria, at least one of which shall be
                           BUSINESS on              asserted in the petition, to be considered when a court decides whether to conduct a hearing on the petition
                           8/30/2010)               for recall and resentencing and additional criteria to be considered by the court when deciding whether to
                                                    grant the petition. The bill would require the court to hold a hearing if the court finds that the defendant's
                                                    statement is true, as specified. The bill would apply retroactively, as specified. This bill contains other
                                                    related provisions.

                                                    Last Amended on 08/20/2010
SB 434                     ASSEMBLY DEAD            Existing law establishes various offenses relating to the unauthorized provision of specified items to              Watch
Harman (R)                 08/13/2010-Failed        persons confined in local and state correctional facilities. This bill would provide, subject to exceptions,
                           Deadline pursuant to     that any inmate or ward who possesses any cellular telephone or other wireless communication device or
Correctional facilities:   Rule 61(b)(14). (Last    any component thereof, including, but not limited to, a subscriber identity module (SIM card) or memory
wireless communication     location was APPR. on    storage device, or any person who possesses with the intent to deliver, or delivers, to an inmate or ward in
devices.                   1/25/2010)               the custody of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation any cellular telephone or other wireless
                                                    communication device or any component thereof, including, but not limited to, a subscriber identity
                                                    module (SIM card) or memory storage device, is guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine not
                                                    exceeding $5,000. The bill would also provide that if a person visiting an inmate or ward is found to be in
                                                    possession of a cellular telephone or other wireless communication device or any component thereof,
                                                    including, but not limited to, a subscriber identity module (SIM card) or memory storage device, when
                                                    searched or subjected to a metal detector, as specified, that cellular telephone or wireless communication
                                                    device or component shall be subject to confiscation. The bill would require posted notices regarding those
                                                    search and confiscation provisions, as specified. This bill contains other related provisions and other
                                                    existing laws.

                                                    Last Amended on 01/25/2010
SB 439                     SENATE DEAD              Existing law, the DNA and Forensic Identification Database and Data Bank Act, as amended by                       No Position
Wyland (R)                 01/15/2010-Failed        Proposition 69 of the November 2, 2004, statewide general election, which permits legislative amendment
                           Deadline pursuant to     for specified purposes, including expeditious crime solving and exoneration, provides that the Department
Forensic data: DNA.        Rule 61(b)(1). (Last     of Justice, through its DNA Laboratory, is responsible for the management and administration of the state's
                           location was 2 YEAR on   DNA and Forensic Identification Database and Data Bank Program. The act imposes certain requirements
                           5/1/2009)                on local law enforcement agencies that collect specimens or samples pursuant to these provisions,
                                                    including that the specimens or samples collected be forwarded immediately to the department and in
                                                    compliance with department policies. This bill would require that all DNA samples or specimens collected
                                                    in criminal investigations be processed and analyzed for identification purposes within 30 days of
                                                    collection.
SB 440                     SENATE DEAD               Existing law, as amended by Proposition 21, adopted March 7, 2000, and by Proposition 83, adopted                   Watch
Denham (R)                 01/15/2010-Failed         November 7, 2006, provides for a list of crimes called "violent felonies" and "serious felonies." Other
                           Deadline pursuant to      existing law provides specified enhancements to the punishments of certain repeat, state prison bound
Sentencing.                Rule 61(b)(1). (Last      offenders with prior violent or serious felony convictions. The initiative statutes provide that any
                           location was PUB. S. on   amendment of these provisions by the Legislature shall require a 2/3 vote of the membership of each
                           1/13/2010)                house. This bill would add certain felonies to the list of violent felonies, the list of serious felonies, and to
                                                     both lists, as specified. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/02/2009
SB 441                 ASSEMBLY DEAD                 Existing law provides that there is established within the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation the         Support
Ducheny (D)            08/13/2010-Failed             Corrections Standards Authority and provides for its membership, as specified. Existing law abolished the
                       Deadline pursuant to          former Commission on Correctional Peace Officer Standards and Training and provided that all references
Corrections: Board of  Rule 61(b)(14). (Last         to it shall refer to the Corrections Standards Authority . This bill would abolish the Corrections Standards
Community Corrections. location was APPR.            Authority and establish the Board of Community Corrections to replace it, with modifications to its
                       SUSPENSE FILE on              membership, as specified. The bill would specify that the Board of Community Corrections shall be an
                       7/15/2009)                    entity independent of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. The bill would repeal provisions
                                                     that abolished the Commission on Correctional Peace Officer Standards and Training and reestab lish,
                                                     within the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, the Commission on Correctional Peace Officer
                                                     Standards and Training, as specified, and make conforming changes. This bill contains other related
                                                     provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 06/25/2009
SB 467                     SENATE DEAD               Existing law establishes the Prison Industry Authority within the Department of Corrections and                     Watch
Dutton (R)                 01/22/2010-Failed         Rehabilitation. Existing law provides that the authority is authorized and empowered to operate industrial,
                           Deadline pursuant to      agricultural, and service enterprises in order to provide products and services needed by the state. Existing
Public contracts: Prison   Rule 61(b)(2). (Last      law requires that state agencies purchase Prison Industry Authority products, make maximum utilization of
Industry Authority.        location was APPR. on     these products, and consult with the staff of the authority to develop new products and adapt existing
                           1/11/2010)                products to meet their needs. This bill would provide that these requirements shall not restrict state
                                                     agencies from entering into contracts of $25,000 or less with California certified small businesses,
                                                     microbusinesses, or disabled veteran business enterprises for products provided at a lower price than the
                                                     price available from the Prison Industry Authority .

                                                     Last Amended on 01/11/2010
SB 484                     ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law classifies controlled substances into 5 schedules, with the most restrictive limitations placed        Watch
Wright (D)                 08/13/2010-Failed         on controlled substances classified in Schedule I, and the least restrictive limitations placed on controlled
                           Deadline pursuant to      substances classified in Schedule V. A controlled substance in any of the schedules may be possessed or
Ephedrine and              Rule 61(b)(14). (Last     dispensed only upon a lawful prescription, as specified. Existing law does not classify ephedrine,
pseudoephedrine.           location was APPR. on     pseudoephedrine, and specified related drugs within any of these 5 schedules, but provides that it is a
                           6/30/2009)                crime, punishable as specified, for a person in this state who engages in specified transactions involving
                                                     those drugs to fail to submit a report to the Department of Justice of all of those transactions, or to fail to
                                                     submit an application to, and obtain a permit for the conduct of that business from, the Department of
                                                     Justice, as specified. This bill would provide , in addition, that any person who obtains ephedrine,
                                                     pseudoephedrine, and specified related drugs without a prescription, as specified, shall be guilty of an
                                                     infraction or a misdemeanor. The bill would make conforming changes to related provisions. By creating
                                                     new crimes or revising the penalties for existing crimes involving ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, and
                                                    specified related drugs, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other
                                                    related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                    Last Amended on 05/12/2009
SB 501                   SENATE DEAD                Existing law provides for the compensation of local government officers and employees, as specified. This          Watch
Correa (D)               08/31/2010-Failed          bill would require filers , as defined, to annually file a compensation disclosure form, as specified. This bill
                         Deadline pursuant to       would require the Secretary of State to develop the form, which would provide for the disclosure of, among
Local government:        Rule 61(b)(17). (Last      other things, salaries and stipends , automobile and equipment allowances, and incentive and bonus
compensation disclosure. location was               payments . This bill would also require a county, city, city and county, school district, special district, or
                         UNFINISHED                 joint powers agency that maintains an Internet Web site to post the information contained on the filed form
                         BUSINESS on                on that Internet Web site, as specified. The bill would authorize a district attorney or any interested person
                         8/31/2010)                 to commence an action by mandamus to enforce the provisions of the bill, as specified. The duties imposed
                                                    on local departmental agencies by the bill would create a state-mandated local program. This bill contains
                                                    other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                    Last Amended on 08/20/2010
SB 504                     SENATE DEAD              Existing law requires every inmate who has been convicted for any felony violation of a registerable sex           Watch
Runner (R)                 01/22/2010-Failed        offense or any attempt to commit one of those offenses who is committed to prison and released on parole,
                           Deadline pursuant to     to be monitored by a global positioning system for life. This bill would allow the monitoring of these
Sex offenders:             Rule 61(b)(2). (Last     offenders by the local law enforcement agency with jurisdiction over the city, county, or city and county,
monitoring by global       location was 2 YEAR on   in which these offenders reside and with which they are required to register. The bill would make other
positioning systems.       6/8/2009)                technical changes.

                                                    Last Amended on 04/13/2009
SB 525                     SENATE VETOED            Existing law establishes various offenses relating to the unauthorized provision of specified items to             Watch
Padilla (D)                09/29/2010-Vetoed by     persons confined in local and state correctional facilities. This bill would provide, subject to exceptions,
                           the Governor             that a person who possesses with the intent to deliver, or delivers, to an inmate or ward in the custody of
Correctional facilities:                            the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation any cellular telephone or other wireless communication
wireless communication                              device or any component thereof, including, but not limited to, a subscriber identity module (SIM card) or
devices.                                            memory storage device, is guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine not exceeding $5,000, for each
                                                    device. The bill would also provide that if a person visiting an inmate or ward in the custody of the
                                                    department is found to be in possession of a cellular telephone or other wireless communication device or
                                                    any component thereof, including, but not limited to, a SIM card or memory storage device, when searched
                                                    or subjected to a metal detector, as specified, that cellular telephone or wireless communication device or
                                                    component shall be subject to confiscation, but shall be returned on the same day the person visits the
                                                    inmate or ward, except as provided. The bill would require posted notices regarding those search and
                                                    confiscation provisions, as specified. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                    Last Amended on 07/01/2010
SB 558                  SENATE DEAD                 Existing law requires the State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs to perform various functions               Watch
DeSaulnier (D)          01/15/2010-Failed           and duties with respect to the development and implementation of state and local substance abuse
                        Deadline pursuant to        treatment programs. This bill would, in addition, establish the Alcohol Abuse Treatment Program Fund
Alcohol Abuse Treatment Rule 61(b)(1). (Last        and would authorize the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control to assess and collect a fee in an
Program Fund.           location was 2 YEAR on      amount not to exceed $0.05 per drink from every person who is engaged in business in this state and sells
                           5/1/2009)                alcoholic beverages for resale, as prescribed. The bill would require the fees to be deposited into the fund
                                                    and would make those moneys available, upon appropriation by the Legislature, exclusively for alcohol
                                                    abuse programs established pursuant to this bill. The bill would authorize the State Department of Alcohol
                                                    and Drug Programs to establish, or contract or provide grants for the establishment of, public education,
                                                    outreach, counseling, case management, and recovery services, related to alcohol abuse.

                                                    Last Amended on 04/21/2009
SB 566                     SENATE DEAD              Existing law provides various programs of in-home detention and monitoring, and regulates conduct on                Support
Hollingsworth (R)          01/15/2010-Failed        parole, including requiring parolees to wear global positioning system (GPS) devices, as specified. This
                           Deadline pursuant to     bill would make the unauthorized removal, disabling, or tampering with a GPS device affixed as a
Monitoring devices:        Rule 61(b)(1). (Last     condition of a criminal court order, juvenile court disposition, parole, or probation a crime, punishable as
unauthorized removal,      location was 2 YEAR on   specified. The bill would require the court, if applicable, to order restitution in an amount equivalent to the
disabling, or tampering.   5/1/2009)                replacement cost of the electronic, GPS, or other monitoring device. By creating new crimes, this bill
                                                    would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other
                                                    existing laws.
SB 574                   SENATE DEAD                Existing law establishes the California Community Colleges under the administration of the Board of                   Watch
Hancock (D)              01/22/2010-Failed          Governors of the California Community Colleges. This bill would instead require the open course
                         Deadline pursuant to       provisions in statute or regulations of the board of governors to be waived for any governing board of a
Community colleges:      Rule 61(b)(2). (Last       community college district that provides those classes for inmates, including inmates of state correctional
inmate education         location was 2 YEAR on     facilities, and would authorize the board of governors to include the units of full-time equivalent students
programs: computation of 6/2/2009)                  generated in those classes for purposes of state apportionments. This bill contains other related provisions
apportionments.                                     and other existing laws.

                                                    Last Amended on 04/21/2009
SB 584                     SENATE DEAD              Existing law, the Sex Offender Registration Act, requires persons who have been convicted of specified             No Position
Hollingsworth (R)          01/15/2010-Failed        sex offenses to register with local law enforcement, as specified. Under existing law, failure to register is a
                           Deadline pursuant to     crime. This bill would require any person who is required to register under the act for committing a crime
Sex offenders: Internet    Rule 61(b)(1). (Last     where the trier of fact made a finding that a computer was used to facilitate the commission of the crime, to
access.                    location was 2 YEAR on   inform the registering agent as to whether or not he or she has access to a computer or other device with
                           5/1/2009)                Internet capability. If the status of having access to a computer or other device changes, the person would
                                                    be required to so inform the registering agency within 5 days. By expanding the scope of a crime, the bill
                                                    would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other
                                                    existing laws.
SB 586                     ASSEMBLY DEAD            Existing law requires the court, in every case in which a person is convicted of a crime, to impose a             Oppose Unless
Yee (D)                    08/31/2010-Failed        separate and additional restitution fine, except under a specified circumstance. Restitution fines are             Amended
                           Deadline pursuant to     deposited in the Restitution Fund in the State Treasury, and are continuously appropriated to the California
Restitution fines.         Rule 61(b)(17). (Last    Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board for specified purposes. Existing law requires the
                           location was APPR. on    restitution fine to be not less than $200 if the person is convicted of a felony, and not less than $100 if the
                           8/2/2010)                person is convicted of a misdemeanor. This bill would increase the minimum restitution fine to $300 if the
                                                    person is convicted of a felony . By increasing moneys deposited in a continuously appropriated fund, this
                                                    bill would make an appropriation.

                                                    Last Amended on 08/02/2010
SB 625                     ASSEMBLY DEAD            Existing law requires a defendant who is in custody and is arraigned on a complaint alleging a                       Watch
Wright (D)                 07/02/2010-Failed         misdemeanor, including a defendant arrested pursuant to an out-of-county warrant involving only
                           Deadline pursuant to      misdemeanors, to be released on his or her own recognizance, unless the court makes a finding on the
Crimes: bail: release on   Rule 61(b)(13). (Last     record that the release will compromise public safety or will not reasonably assure the appearance of the
own recognizance.          location was PUB. S. on   defendant as required. This bill would require a court, in deciding consistent with specified constitutional
                           6/15/2009)                provisions whether to make one of these findings, to also consider the defendant's record of appearance at
                                                     past court hearings or of flight to avoid prosecution, the maximum potential sentence that could be
                                                     imposed, and the ties of the defendant to the community. This bill contains other related provisions and
                                                     other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 05/18/2009
SB 662                     SENATE VETOED             Existing law requires the collection of fees for issuing marriage licenses and for confidential marriage        Watch
Yee (D)                    09/30/2010-Vetoed by      licenses. This bill would authorize a county board of supervisors to authorize an increase of the above-
                           the Governor              described fee from $23 to $33. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
Domestic violence:
marriage license fees.                               Last Amended on 06/21/2010
SB 677                     SENATE CHAPTERED          Existing law defines human trafficking as the deprivation or violation of the personal liberty of another        Watch
Yee (D)                    09/30/2010-Chaptered by   person with the intent to commit certain specified sex offenses with the person or to obtain forced labor or
                           the Secretary of State,   services, as specified. This bill would authorize real property used to facilitate the commission of that
Human trafficking:         Chapter Number 625,       offense to be declared and treated as a nuisance, as specified.
property: seizure.         Statutes of 2010
                                                     Last Amended on 06/10/2010
SB 689                     SENATE DEAD               Existing law, as amended by Proposition 83 of the November 7, 2006, statewide general election, requires        Watch
Hollingsworth (R)          01/15/2010-Failed         every inmate who has been convicted of any felony violation of a registerable sex offense or an attempt to
                           Deadline pursuant to      commit any of specified sex crimes, and who is committed to prison and released on parole, to be
Sex offenders: sexually    Rule 61(b)(1). (Last      monitored by a global positioning system for life. This bill would require the Department of Justice to
violent predators:         location was 2 YEAR on    develop and implement a fully Web-enabled system to provide the public, via an Internet Web site, with
monitoring information.    5/1/2009)                 monitoring and mapping information showing the actual, physical location in real time of sex offenders
                                                     who have been declared sexually violent predators, as specified. This bill contains other related provisions
                                                     and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/13/2009
SB 698                     SENATE DEAD               Existing law provides for the administration and operation of public schools in juvenile halls, juvenile        Support
Negrete McLeod (D)         01/22/2010-Failed         homes, day centers, juvenile ranches, juvenile camps, regional youth educational facilities, and Orange
                           Deadline pursuant to      County youth correctional centers, as specified. Existing law requires the county board of education to
Juvenile court schools:    Rule 61(b)(2). (Last      provide for the administration and operation of juvenile court schools either by the county superintendent
funding.                   location was 2 YEAR on    of schools, as specified, or by contract with the respective governing boards of the elementary, high school,
                           6/2/2009)                 or unified school district in which the juvenile court school is located. This bill would require for each
                                                     reporting period the use of average daily enrollment instead of average daily attendance in computing the
                                                     revenue limit for each such school. The bill would define average daily enrollment. This bill contains other
                                                     related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/02/2009
SB 731                     SENATE DEAD               Existing law authorizes the members of multidisciplinary teams engaged in the prevention, identification,       Sponsor
Ashburn (R)                01/22/2010-Failed         and control of juvenile crime to share certain information with each other, as specified. This bill would, in
                           Deadline pursuant to   addition, authorize the members of multidisciplinary teams engaged in the prevention, identification, and
Probation.                 Rule 61(b)(2). (Last   control of adult crime to share certain information with each other, as specified.
                           location was 2 YEAR on
                           6/8/2009)
SB 733                     SENATE VETOED             The California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board administers a program to assist state           Watch
Leno (D)                   09/30/2010-Vetoed by      residents to obtain compensation for their pecuniary losses suffered as a direct result of criminal acts.
                           the Governor              Payment is made under these provisions from the Restitution Fund, which is continuously appropriated to
Crime victims: trauma                                the board for these purposes. This bill would authorize the board, as specified, to administer a program to
center grants.                                       award, upon appropriation by the Legislature, up to $2 million in grants, annually, to trauma centers, as
                                                     defined.

                                                     Last Amended on 08/16/2010
SB 738                   SENATE DEAD                 Existing law requires the Secretary of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, the Chancellor of     Watch
Hancock (D)              01/22/2010-Failed           the California State University, the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges, and the
                         Deadline pursuant to        Superintendent of Public Instruction to enter into interagency agreements in order to encourage greater
Prison inmate education. Rule 61(b)(2). (Last        involvement of educational institutions in planning and developing prison-based educational programs, and
                         location was 2 YEAR on      to appoint an advisory committee to accomplish various duties. Existing law requires the Secretary of the
                         6/2/2009)                   Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to appoint a Superintendent of Correctional Education to
                                                     oversee all prison education programs. This bill, the Prison Education Reform Act, would instead require
                                                     those officers to appoint members to the Correctional Education Committee. The bill would rename the
                                                     position of the Superintendent of Correctional Education as the Deputy Director of Correctional Education,
                                                     who would be required to perform specified duties in consultation with the committee, including the
                                                     adoption and enforcement of all necessary rules and regulations for the management and operation of
                                                     education programs within the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, approval of education
                                                     programs in correctional institutions, and the adoption of rules and regulations for the admission of inmate
                                                     students to those education programs. This bill contains other related provisions.

                                                     Last Amended on 05/06/2009
SB 756                     SENATE DEAD               Existing law establishes various rehabilitation programs for prisoners and parolees. This bill would           Watch
Ashburn (R)                01/22/2010-Failed         establish a pilot program for certain parolees who violate parole by providing substance abuse treatment,
                           Deadline pursuant to      alcohol abuse treatment, and anger management treatment regimens lasting 16 weeks, as specified. The
Parolees: drug, alcohol,   Rule 61(b)(2). (Last      program would operate at 3 specified sites for 24 months, as specified.
and anger management       location was 2 YEAR on
treatment program.         6/2/2009)                 Last Amended on 04/14/2009
SB 776                     SENATE DEAD               Existing law requires the Department of Justice to maintain certain information related to firearms            Watch
Hancock (D)                01/15/2010-Failed         transactions. This bill would extend those provisions to information concerning the registration of large-
                           Deadline pursuant to      capacity magazines, as specified. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
Firearms: large-capacity   Rule 61(b)(1). (Last
magazines.                 location was 2 YEAR on    Last Amended on 04/15/2009
                           5/1/2009)
SB 828                     ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law, the Public Safety Communication Act of 2002, provides that the Public Safety Radio               Watch
Committee on               08/31/2010-Failed         Strategic Planning Committee shall have primary responsibility in state government to develop and
Governmental               Deadline pursuant to      implement a statewide integrated public safety communication system that facilitates interoperability
Organization               Rule 61(b)(17). (Last     among state public safety departments and other first response agencies and to coordinate other shared uses
                           location was G.O. on      of the public safety spectrum. It requires the committee to make recommendations for state agency
Public safety              9/4/2009)                 purchase of public safety radio subscriber equipment that will enable those agencies to commence
communication.                                       conforming to industry and governmental interoperability standards. The act defines various terms for
                                                     these purposes. This bill would recast various provisions of the act. The bill would revise and add to the
                                                     act's definitions and rename the committee the State Emergency Communications Council. The bill would
                                                     modify the responsibilities of the committee for purposes of the act and require the committee to establish
                                                     guidelines for the purchase of public safety communications equipment. The bill would require the
                                                     California Emergency Management Agency to submit specified updates and addenda relating to the
                                                     California Statewide Communications Interoperability Plan to the Legislature and would require the office
                                                     of the State Chief Information Officer to produce a Public Safety Communications Strategic Plan on or
                                                     before June 1, 2010, and every 5 years thereafter, as specified.

                                                     Last Amended on 09/04/2009
SB 834                     SENATE CHAPTERED          Existing law authorizes various postconviction orders by the court. This bill would authorize the court,          Watch
Florez (D)                 09/30/2010-Chaptered by   upon the conviction of a defendant for a sexual offense involving a minor victim, or if a juvenile petition
                           the Secretary of State,   involving a sexual offense against a minor victim is admitted or sustained, to issue orders prohibiting the
Court orders: minor        Chapter Number 627,       defendant or juvenile, for a period up to 10 years, from harassing, intimidating, or threatening the victim,
victims: prohibitions on   Statutes of 2010          or the victim's family members or spouse. This bill contains other existing laws.
communications.
                                                     Last Amended on 06/01/2010
SB 840                     ASSEMBLY DEAD             Existing law, subject to exceptions, provides that any person who reasonably believes that he or she has          Watch
Yee (D)                    08/31/2010-Failed         observed the commission of a murder, rape, or lewd and lascivious act committed by use of force,
                           Deadline pursuant to      violence, duress, menace, or fear of immediate and unlawful bodily injury on the victim or another person,
Reporting crimes.          Rule 61(b)(17). (Last     where the victim of any of these crimes is under 14 years of age, shall notify a peace officer. Violation of
                           location was APPR. on     these provisions is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not exceeding $1,500 or incarceration not
                           8/12/2010)                exceeding 6 months in a county jail, or both the fine and incarceration. This bill would expand those
                                                     provisions to apply when the victim of the offense observed is under 18 years of age, and would specify
                                                     that this obligation to report crimes to a peace officer applies to sodomy, oral copulation, and sexual
                                                     penetration, as specified, where those crimes are accomplished by use of force, violence, duress, menace,
                                                     or fear of immediate and unlawful bodily injury on the victim or another person , and rape in concert. The
                                                     bill would provide additional exceptions to the reporting requirement for domestic partners, for children
                                                     under 12 years of age, and for victims of the offenses that are subject to reporting. The bill would provide
                                                     that a violation of these reporting obligations may also be punished as an infraction by a fine of $250. This
                                                     bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 06/24/2010
SB 881                     SENATE DEAD               Existing law provides for the liability and immunity of a public entity or public employee for acts or            Watch
Harman (R)                 04/23/2010-Failed         omissions that cause injury to persons. Under existing law, a public entity is not liable for an injury
                           Deadline pursuant to      proximately caused by any prisoner or an injury to any prisoner. "Prisoner" is defined for these purposes to
Government tort claims:    Rule 61(b)(5). (Last      include an inmate of the state prison, a county jail, or a penal or correctional facility. Existing law further
incarcerated plaintiffs.   location was JUD. on      provides that neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable for failure to provide a prison, jail, or
                           2/23/2010)                penal or correctional facility or, if the facility is provided, for failure to provide sufficient equipment,
                                                     personnel, or facilities therein. This bill would exempt from liability a public entity and its officers,
                                                     employees, and agents acting within the course and scope of their employment or duties for a claim for
                                                     injury arising out of an act or omission within the course and scope of employment, if the claimant, at the
                                                     time the claim arises, is an inmate, ward, or prisoner at the state prison, a county jail, or any detention
                                                     center, juvenile correctional center, adult or juvenile conservation camp, or other similar institution, or a
                                                     parolee, regardless of when the claim is filed, unless the officer, employee, or agent acted with wanton and
                                                     willful misconduct.

                                                     Last Amended on 02/23/2010
SB 892                   ASSEMBLY DEAD               Existing law, the California Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly Act, provides for the licensure of      Watch
Alquist (D)              08/31/2010-Failed           residential care facilities by the department. This bill would add additional specified crimes with respect to
                         Deadline pursuant to        which the director is prohibited from granting an exemption. This bill would also add specified crimes with
Care facilities.         Rule 61(b)(17). (Last       respect to which the director is prohibited from granting an exemption within 10 years of either the date the
                         location was APPR. on       person was convicted of the offense or the date the person was released from incarceration for the offense,
                         8/12/2010)                  whichever is later. This bill contains other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/27/2010
SB 938                   SENATE CHAPTERED            Existing law prohibits the disclosure of the home addresses of certain public employees and officials that       Neutral
Huff (R)                 09/24/2010-Chaptered by     appear in any records of the Department of Motor Vehicles, except to a court, a law enforcement agency,
                         the Secretary of State,     an attorney in a civil or criminal action under certain circumstances, and certain other official entities.
Department of Motor      Chapter Number 280,         Existing law prohibits the disclosure of the home address of the spouse or child of those specified public
Vehicles: records:       Statutes of 2010            employees and officials, and of the surviving spouse or child of a peace officer who died in the line of
confidentiality.                                     duty. This bill would allow disclosure of the home addresses of those spouses, surviving spouses, or
                                                     children if they were convicted of a crime and are on active parole or probation. The bill would require the
                                                     person requesting confidentiality for their spouse or child, on or after January 1, 2011, to declare, at the
                                                     time the request is made, whether their spouse or child has been convicted of a crime and is on active
                                                     parole or probation. The bill would specify that neither the department nor the listed person's employer is
                                                     required to verify or be responsible for verifying that the specified person was convicted of a crime and on
                                                     active parole or probation. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 08/16/2010
SB 940                   SENATE DEAD                 Existing law provides that any person who willfully and lewdly commits any lewd or lascivious act, upon          Watch
Cogdill (R)              06/04/2010-Failed           or with the body, or any part or member thereof, of a child who is under 14 years of age, with the intent of
                         Deadline pursuant to        arousing, appealing to, or gratifying the lust, passions, or sexual desires of that person or the child, is
Crime.                   Rule 61(b)(11). (Last       punishable by imprisonment in the state prison for 3, 6, or 8 years. This bill would make technical,
                         location was RLS. on        nonsubstantive changes to these provisions.
                         2/18/2010)
SB 945                     SENATE CHAPTERED          Existing law provides that a minor may be adjudged a dependent child or a ward of the juvenile court             Support
Liu (D)                    09/30/2010-Chaptered by   under specified circumstances. Existing law authorizes the court to place a minor who has been removed
                           the Secretary of State,   from the custody of his or her parent or guardian in foster care, among other placements. Existing law
Juvenile court             Chapter Number 631,       provides for the termination of the juvenile court jurisdiction when the minor reaches a specified age. This
jurisdiction: services and Statutes of 2010          bill would require a probation officer or parole officer, whenever the juvenile court terminates jurisdiction
benefits.                                            over a ward, or upon release of a ward from a facility that is not a foster care facility, to provide to the
                                                     person a written notice stating that the person is a former foster child and may be eligible for the services
                                                     and benefits that are available to a former foster child through public and private programs, and
                                                     information that informs the person of the availability of assistance to enable the ward to apply for, and
                                                     gain acceptance into, federal and state programs that provide independent living services and benefits to
                                                     former foster children for which the person is or may be eligible. The bill would make related findings and
                                                     declarations. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 08/24/2010
SB 952                     SENATE REV. & TAX         The Sales and Use Tax Law imposes a state sales and use tax on retailers and on the storage, use, or other        Neutral
Wyland (R)                 05/13/2010-May 13         consumption of tangible personal property in this state at the rate of 61/4%, plus, from April 11, 2009 to
                           Placed on REV. & TAX.     July 1, 2011, an additional 1%, of the gross receipts from the retail sale of tangible personal property in
Sales and use taxes: rate: suspense file.            this state and of the sales price of tangible personal property purchased from any retailer for storage, use,
income taxes: dependent                              or other consumption in this state. This bill would repeal the additional 1% state sales and use tax rate on
credit: income tax                                   the first day of the first calendar quarter commencing more than 90 days after the effective date of this bill.
administration.                                      This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 04/05/2010
SB 962                     SENATE CHAPTERED          Existing law requires notice of, and the opportunity for an incarcerated parent to be physically present in,      Watch
Liu (D)                    09/29/2010-Chaptered by   proceedings terminating his or her parental rights or seeking to adjudicate the child of a prisoner a
                           the Secretary of State,   dependent child of the court. These proceedings may not be adjudicated without the physical presence of
Prisoners: adjudication of Chapter Number 482,       the parent unless the court receives a knowing waiver from the parent of his or her right to be physically
parental rights:           Statutes of 2010          present at the proceedings, or an affidavit signed by a person in charge of the incarcerating institution that
participation.                                       the prisoner does not intend to appear at the proceeding. This bill would provide that an incarcerated parent
                                                     who has either waived the right to be physically present at the proceeding or who has not been ordered by
                                                     the court to be present at the proceeding may be given the opportunity, at the discretion of the court, to
                                                     participate in the proceeding by videoconference or teleconference, if that technology is available, as long
                                                     as the parent's participation otherwise complies with the law. This bill contains other related provisions and
                                                     other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 08/02/2010
SB 973                   SENATE DEAD                 Existing law requires the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to establish pilot programs to             Watch
Negrete McLeod (D)       06/04/2010-Failed           provide intensive training and counseling to male and female parolees to help the parolees reintegrate into
                         Deadline pursuant to        society. This bill would require the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to administer a reentry
Imprisonment: parole:    Rule 61(b)(11). (Last       program in the City of San Bernardino for parolees that would be located at an adult day reporting center,
programs.                location was APPR.          as specified. The bill would require the reentry program to conduct needs-based assessments of male and
                         SUSPENSE FILE on            female parolees, partner with City or County of San Bernardino law enforcement officers, and partner with
                         5/27/2010)                  local community organizations providing support services, as specified. This bill would require the
                                                     department to maintain information on the effectiveness of the program, as specified, and report to the
                                                     Legislature on request.

                                                     Last Amended on 05/25/2010
SB 992                   SENATE DEAD                 Existing law, as amended by Proposition 83 of the November 7, 2006, statewide general election, provides          Watch
Cogdill (R)              06/04/2010-Failed           for discharge from parole after a specified amount of time on parole and under specified circumstances.
                         Deadline pursuant to        This bill would make technical, nonsubstantive changes to existing law.
Parole: discharge.       Rule 61(b)(11). (Last
                         location was RLS. on
                         2/18/2010)
SB 1027                  SENATE DEAD                 Existing law , as amended by Proposition 83 of the November 7, 2006, statewide general election, the              Watch
Wyland (R)               04/23/2010-Failed         Sexual Predator Punishment and Control Act: Jessica's Law, provides that in the case of sex offenders who
                         Deadline pursuant to      have received a life sentence for the commission of certain sex offenses the period of parole shall be 10
Parole: sex offenders.   Rule 61(b)(5). (Last      years. Existing law provides that the Board of Parole Hearings shall have the power to allow prisoners
                         location was PUB. S. on   imprisoned in the state prisons for an indeterminate sentence to go upon parole outside the prison walls and
                         4/8/2010)                 enclosures. This bill would provide that prisoners who are required to register pursuant to the Sex Offender
                                                   Registration Act and who are sentenced to an indeterminate sentence shall be ineligible for parole unless
                                                   the prisoner has been evaluated by 2 practicing psychiatrists or practicing licensed psychologists, or one
                                                   practicing psychiatrist and one practicing licensed psychologist, appointed as specified, and both of these
                                                   professionals have determined that the prisoner poses no danger to society based on an interview and the
                                                   administration of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory. The bill would require any psychiatrist
                                                   or licensed psychologist performing an evaluation pursuant to these provisions to take into consideration
                                                   that prisoner's initial sentencing memorandum that was issued when the prisoner was sentenced in court.
                                                   The bill would provide qualification requirements for the psychiatrists or licensed psychologists
                                                   performing this evaluation. The bill would provide that in the event that the evaluating psychiatrists or
                                                   licensed psychologists conclude that their assessments affirmatively support the prisoner's release on
                                                   parole, the board shall nonetheless retain discretion to deny parole based on any other criteria considered
                                                   by the board.

                                                   Last Amended on 04/08/2010
SB 1049                  SENATE CHAPTERED          Existing law authorizes a magistrate or commissioner, with respect to a defendant who has been arrested          Watch
Harman (R)               08/23/2010-Chaptered by   for a bailable felony offense or for the misdemeanor offense of violating a domestic violence order, to set
                         the Secretary of State,   bail higher than that provided in the schedule of bail in an amount that he or she deems sufficient to ensure
Bail.                    Chapter Number 176,       the defendant' s appearance or to ensure the protection of a victim, or family member of a victim, of
                         Statutes of 2010          domestic violence. Existing law also provides that the defendant may make application to the magistrate
                                                   for release on bail lower than that provided in the schedule of bail or on his or her own recognizance. This
                                                   bill would prohibit defendants who have been arrested for specified serious, violent, or other felonies from
                                                   making an application to the magistrate for release on bail lower than that provided in the schedule of bail
                                                   or on his or her own recognizance. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                   Last Amended on 04/12/2010
SB 1059                  SENATE VETOED             Existing law provides for residency requirements for school attendance, including the requirement that a         Support
Liu (D)                  09/30/2010-Vetoed by      pupil placed within the boundaries of that school district in a regularly licensed children's institution, a
                         the Governor              licensed foster home, or a family home pursuant to a placement under a designated statute, is deemed to
Local educational                                  comply with residency requirements for that district. This bill would provide that a school district into
agencies: districts of                             which a pupil is placed in a regularly licensed children's institution, a licensed foster home, or a family
residence.                                         home pursuant to a placement under a designated statute is the district of residence. The bill would further
                                                   require that this school district of residence would be responsible for providing the pupil with a free
                                                   appropriate public education, as defined. Because this provision would impose new requirements on school
                                                   districts, it would constitute a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and
                                                   other existing laws.

                                                   Last Amended on 08/02/2010
SB 1060                  SENATE DEAD               Existing law provides that any person who by promises, threats, violence, or by any device or scheme,            Watch
Cogdill (R)              04/23/2010-Failed         causes, induces, persuades, or encourages another person to become a prostitute is guilty of pandering, a
                         Deadline pursuant to      felony. In this regard, People v. Wagner (2009) 170 Cal.App.4th 499, has held that this provision does not
Prostitution.               Rule 61(b)(5). (Last        apply to a situation in which a defendant has induced or encouraged a woman currently engaged in
                            location was PUB. S. on     prostitution to commence working for him or her. This bill would expand the application of this provision
                            2/25/2010)                  by providing that any person who by promises, threats, violence, or by any device or scheme, causes,
                                                        induces, persuades, or encourages another person to prostitute himself or herself, whether or not he or she
                                                        has been a prostitute before, is guilty of pandering. The bill would state that it is the intent of the
                                                        Legislature in enacting the bill to abrogate the holding in the case of People v. Wagner, cited above. By
                                                        revising the definition of an existing crime to expand its application, this bill would impose a state-
                                                        mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
SB 1062                     SENATE CHAPTERED Existing law provides the circumstances in which a local or state government agency may procure the                         Watch
Strickland (R)              09/30/2010-Signed by the financial records of an individual in the course of a criminal or civil investigation and specifies certain
                            Governor                 instances where the dissemination of financial records may be required by an order by a judge. Under
Public safety omnibus                                existing law, a court may order the production of relevant records in the possession of a real estate
bill.                                                recordholder upon the ex parte application by a peace officer stating the records are relevant to an ongoing
                                                     felony fraud investigation. This bill would state that the provisions of existing law regarding the
                                                     procurement of financial records by the government do not prohibit the production of real estate documents
                                                     upon the ex parte application of a peace officer during the course of the felony fraud investigation. This bill
                                                     contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                        Last Amended on 05/25/2010
SB 1067                     SENATE VETOED               Existing law provides that the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation consists of Juvenile Justice,        Watch
Oropeza (D)                 09/29/2010-Vetoed by        among others. Existing law creates within the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation under the
                            the Governor                Chief Deputy Secretary for Juvenile Justice, the Division of Juvenile Facilities, the Division of Juvenile
Juvenile justice:                                       Programs, and the Division of Juvenile Parole Operations. This bill would make a clarifying change by
recidivism.                                             creating the Division of Juvenile Justice. The bill would also make other nonsubstantive conforming
                                                        changes. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                        Last Amended on 06/24/2010
SB 1087                      SENATE CHAPTERED           Existing law establishes various offenses relating to identity theft. Existing law establishes a procedure for   Support
Alquist (D)                  07/15/2010-Chaptered by    purposes of imposing restitution obligations on defendants, as specified. This bill would authorize
                             Secretary of State -       restitution for expenses to monitor an identity theft victim's credit report and for the costs to repair the
Identity theft: restitution. Chapter 107, Statutes of   victim's credit for a period of time reasonably necessary to make the victim whole, as specified.
                             2010.
                                                        Last Amended on 04/27/2010
SB 1091                     SENATE VETOED               Existing law provides for the Medi-Cal program, which is administered by the State Department of Health          Support
Hancock (D)                 09/29/2010-Vetoed by        Care Services, under which qualified low-income individuals receive health care services. This bill would,
                            the Governor                subject to the receipt of federal financial participation, provide that Medi-Cal benefits may be provided to
Medi-Cal: individuals in                                individuals awaiting adjudication in county juvenile detention facilities if an individual is eligible to
county juvenile detention                               receive Medi-Cal benefits at the time he or she is admitted to the detention facility, or the individual is
facilities.                                             subsequently determined to be eligible for Medi-Cal benefits, and the county agrees to pay the state's share
                                                        of Medi-Cal expenditures and the state's administrative costs for the above-described benefits. This bill
                                                        would provide that the individual would have his or her Medi-Cal benefits continued until the date of the
                                                        individual's adjudication. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                        Last Amended on 08/20/2010
SB 1099                     SENATE DEAD               Existing law establishes the Aid to Families with Dependent Children-Foster Care (AFDC-FC) program,               Watch
Correa (D)                  06/04/2010-Failed         under which counties provide payments to foster care providers on behalf of qualified children in foster
                            Deadline pursuant to      care. This bill would require the State Department of Social Services to amend its foster care state plan to
Foster care funds:          Rule 61(b)(11). (Last     authorize the use of designated state child care and development funds administered by the State
subsidized child care for   location was APPR.        Department of Education, in addition to county funds, as the nonfederal match for specified child care for
foster parents.             SUSPENSE FILE on          children receiving protective services, foster children, and children at risk of abuse and neglect, pursuant to
                            5/27/2010)                criteria specified in the bill. The bill would make conforming changes to the law relating to the payment of
                                                      the nonfederal share of these costs. This bill contains other existing laws.

                                                      Last Amended on 05/11/2010
SB 1109                     SENATE HEALTH             The California Children and Families Act of 1998, an initiative measure, requires that the California             Watch
Cox (R)                     04/14/2010-Apr. 14 Set,   Children and Families Program, established by the act, be funded by certain taxes imposed on the sale and
                            first hearing. Failed     distribution of cigarettes and tobacco products and be deposited into the California Children and Families
California Children and     passage in committee.     Trust Fund, and that the fund be used for the implementation of comprehensive early childhood
Families Program:           (Ayes 2. Noes 6. Page     development and smoking prevention programs. Existing law specifies that specified percentages of
funding.                    3210.) Reconsideration    moneys allocated and appropriated from the trust shall be deposited in various accounts for expenditures
                            granted.                  by the California Children and Families Commission, also known as First 5 California, for various subjects
                                                      relating to, and furthering the goals and purposes of, the act. This bill, subject to voter approval, would
                                                      eliminate those percentages for allocations to various accounts and would, instead, provide that those
                                                      funds, with specified exceptions, shall be transferred to the General Fund for appropriation by the
                                                      Legislature for purposes of the Healthy Families Program and the Medi-Cal program. The bill would
                                                      provide for the distribution, as prescribed, of funds held by county children and families commissions and
                                                      by the California Children and Families Commission that remain unencumbered on the date that the bill's
                                                      provisions are approved by the voters. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
SB 1147                   SENATE DEAD                 Existing law provides for the safety of the public, as specified. This bill would require the Legislature and     Pending
DeSaulnier (D)            06/04/2010-Failed           the Governor to develop a Master Plan for California Public Safety that has the objective of making the           Review
                          Deadline pursuant to        public safer and that considers actions that may impact positively on public safety. The bill would require
Master Plan for           Rule 61(b)(11). (Last       the Milton Marks "Little Hoover" Commission on California State Government Organization and
California Public Safety. location was APPR.          Economy, by March 31, 2011, to identify and compile relevant public safety reports and make
                          SUSPENSE FILE on            recommendations to the Legislature and the Governor for purposes of developing the master plan.
                          5/27/2010)
                                                      Last Amended on 05/20/2010
SB 1148                   SENATE DEAD                 (1) Existing law defines a truant as any pupil subject to compulsory full-time education or to compulsory         Support
Alquist (D)               06/04/2010-Failed           continuation education who is absent from school without valid excuse 3 full days in one school year, or
                          Deadline pursuant to        tardy or absent for more than any 30-minute period during the schoolday without a valid excuse on 3
Pupil attendance: chronic Rule 61(b)(11). (Last       occasions in one school year, or any combination thereof. This bill would define a chronic truant as any
truancy.                  location was APPR.          pupil subject to compulsory full-time education or to compulsory continuing education who is absent from
                          SUSPENSE FILE on            school without valid excuse for 10% or more of the schooldays in one school year , from the date of
                          5/27/2010)                  enrollment to the current date, provided that the appropriate school district officer or employee has
                                                      complied with specified provisions of law . This bill contains other related provisions and other existing
                                                      laws.

                                                      Last Amended on 04/06/2010
SB 1195                     SENATE DEAD               Existing law provides punishments for sex crimes. This bill would change the punishment for various sex            Watch
Wyland (R)                  04/23/2010-Failed          crimes from a determinate sentence to an indeterminate sentence with a life term, as specified. The bill
                            Deadline pursuant to       would require the court to impose any applicable enhancements consecutive to the life term for these
Sex offenders:              Rule 61(b)(5). (Last       crimes. Because this bill would change the penalty for certain sex crimes, it would impose a state-
punishment.                 location was PUB. S. on    mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
                            4/12/2010)
                                                       Last Amended on 04/12/2010
SB 1201                     SENATE CHAPTERED Existing law, the Sex Offender Registration Act, provides that persons convicted of specified sex offenses                  Watch
DeSaulnier (D)              09/30/2010-Signed by the are required to register with law enforcement, as specified. Existing law requires that persons required to
                            Governor                 register as sex offenders be subject to assessment by the State-Authorized Risk Assessment Tool for Sex
Sex offenders:                                       Offenders (SARATSO), as specified. Existing law requires the Department of Corrections and
assessments.                                         Rehabilitation and the State Department of Mental Health to perform a risk assessment of every eligible
                                                     person under their jurisdiction, as specified. Existing law provides that the definition of "eligible person"
                                                     for this purpose means a person convicted of an offense that requires him or her to register pursuant to a
                                                     specified provision of the act and who is eligible for assessment. The act, in addition to the provision
                                                     specified in this definition of "eligible person," also provides registration requirements for the registration
                                                     of, among others, persons convicted of registerable offenses in out-of-state, federal, or military courts, and
                                                     registration of out-of-state residents working or attending school in California. This bill would require the
                                                     Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to assess every person on parole transferred from any other
                                                     state or by the federal government to this state who has been, or is hereafter convicted in any other court,
                                                     including any state, federal, or military court, of any offense that, if committed or attempted in this state,
                                                     would require the person to register as a sex offender, as specified. The bill would specify that this
                                                     assessment shall occur no later than 60 days after a determination by the Department of Justice that the
                                                     person is required to register as a sex offender, as specified. The bill would revise the definition of "eligible
                                                     person" for the purpose in the paragraph above to include all persons required to register as sex offenders
                                                     pursuant to the Sex Offender Registration Act. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing
                                                     laws.

                                                       Last Amended on 08/20/2010
SB 1204                     ASSEMBLY DEAD              Existing law requires persons who have been convicted of specified crimes, and other persons as required          Watch
Runner (R)                  08/31/2010-Failed          by a court, to register as a sex offender. Existing law sets forth the procedure for doing so and provides that
                            Deadline pursuant to       a violation of the sex offender registration law is a crime, punishable as specified. The bill would require a
Sex offenders: social       Rule 61(b)(17). (Last      person who is required to register as a sex offender to inform the law enforcement agency with which he or
networking prohibition:     location was APPR. on      she last registered of all of his or her online addresses, e-mail addresses, and instant messaging user names
online address              8/12/2010)                 no later than December 31, 2011, and, thereafter, at the time of original registration and within 30 days of
notification requirement.                              establishing a new online account, and would make it a misdemeanor to fail to do so. This bill would
                                                       permit information received pursuant to these provisions to be shared with the Department of Justice and
                                                       other law enforcement agencies, upon request. By creating new crimes, this bill would impose a state-
                                                       mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                       Last Amended on 05/06/2010
SB 1253                   SENATE CHAPTERED             Existing law provides that probation shall not be granted to specified defendants who are convicted of lewd       Watch
Strickland (R)            07/07/2010-Chaptered by      or lascivious acts upon or with the body of a child, or defendants convicted of continuous sexual abuse of a
                          Secretary of State -         child, except as specified. Existing law provides that if the defendant is not ineligible for probation, the
Probation: sex offenders. Chapter 49, Statutes of      defendant may be granted probation only if certain terms and conditions are met. This bill would include
                          2010.                        within those terms and conditions that, if the defendant is not a member of the victim's household, the court
                                                    would be required to prohibit the defendant from being placed or residing within 1/2 mile of the child
                                                    victim's residence for the duration of the probation term unless the court, on the record, states its reasons
                                                    for finding that this residency restriction would not serve the best interests of the victim.

                                                    Last Amended on 04/27/2010
SB 1265                 SENATE CHAPTERED            Existing law provides that the State Department of Mental Health shall provide mental health treatment              Watch
Dutton (R)              07/07/2010-Chaptered by     and supervision in the community for judicially committed persons, as specified. Existing law provides
                        Secretary of State -        that the department may provide these services directly or through contract with private providers or
Forensic Conditional    Chapter 50, Statutes of     counties, including administrative and ancillary services related to the provision of direct services. Existing
Release Program.        2010.                       law provides that the program established and administered by the department to provide services pursuant
                                                    to this authority shall be known as the Forensic Conditional Release Program. This bill would authorize
                                                    programs providing services pursuant to this provision to inform local enforcement agencies of the names
                                                    and addresses of program participants in the law enforcement agency's jurisdiction. The bill would specify
                                                    that providing this notice does not relieve a person or entity of any statutory duty.

                                                    Last Amended on 04/13/2010
SB 1266                 SENATE CHAPTERED            Existing law provides a system of prisons under the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to house          Support
Liu (D)                 09/30/2010-Chaptered by     inmates committed to state prison for felonies. This bill would authorize the Secretary of the Department
                        the Secretary of State,     of Corrections and Rehabilitation to offer a program under which female inmates, pregnant inmates, or
Inmates: alternative    Chapter Number 644,         inmates who, immediately prior to incarceration, were primary caregivers of dependent children, as
custody.                Statutes of 2010            defined, who are committed to state prison may be allowed to participate in a voluntary alternative custody
                                                    program in lieu of confinement in state prison. The bill would define an alternative custody program to
                                                    include confinement to a residential home, a residential drug or treatment program, or a transitional care
                                                    facility that offers appropriate services. The bill would authorize the department to enter into contracts with
                                                    county agencies, not-for-profit organizations, for-profit organizations, and others in order to promote
                                                    alternative custody placements. The bill would require the department to determine the recidivism rate of
                                                    each participant in an alternative custody program. The bill would, among other things, provide inmate
                                                    eligibility criteria, authorize the secretary to prescribe rules and regulations for the program, including
                                                    imposing certain inmate participation requirements, and authorize certain inmate compliance verification
                                                    procedures. The bill would make the escape or attempted escape from this program a misdemeanor,
                                                    thereby creating a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other
                                                    existing laws.

                                                    Last Amended on 08/18/2010
SB 1274                 SENATE CHAPTERED            Existing law authorizes a trial court to adopt local rules permitting electronic filing and service of            No Position
Committee on            08/18/2010-Chaptered by     documents, subject to rules adopted by the Judicial Council and other specified conditions. This bill would
Judiciary               Secretary of State -        modify those conditions, and would authorize the court, in any action in which a party has agreed to accept
                        Chapter No. 156, Statutes   electronic service, or in which the court has ordered electronic service, as specified, to electronically serve
Electronic service of   of 2010                     any document issued by the court that is not required to be personally served, in the same manner that
process.                                            parties electronically serve documents. The bill would require the Judicial Council to adopt rules relating
                                                    to the integrity of electronic service. The bill would make other technical and conforming changes.

                                                    Last Amended on 03/23/2010
SB 1286                 SENATE DEAD                 Existing law penalizes driving under the influence, as specified. This bill would encourage any county that          Watch
Strickland (R)            06/04/2010-Failed         is using a continuous alcohol monitoring system, as defined, to monitor alcohol-related driving by persons
                          Deadline pursuant to      convicted of driving under the influence to report specified information to the Department of Motor
Driving under the         Rule 61(b)(11). (Last     Vehicles, and would require any information provided to be included in the department's Annual Report of
influence: transdermal    location was RLS. on      the California DUI Management System.
alcohol monitoring.       3/4/2010)
SB 1292                   SENATE DEAD               Existing law provides that in a dissolution or legal separation proceeding raising spousal support issues, the    No Position
Walters (R)               05/07/2010-Failed         court may order either party to submit to an examination by a vocational training counselor, as specified.
                          Deadline pursuant to      Existing law provides that the focus of this examination is to obtain an assessment of a spouse's ability to
Child support: vocational Rule 61(b)(6). (Last      obtain employment that would allow the party to maintain herself or himself at the marital standard of
examination.              location was JUD. on      living. Existing law also provides that both parents have an equal responsibility to support their child in the
                          3/4/2010)                 manner suitable to the child's circumstances, and the court may order either or both parents to pay an
                                                    amount necessary for the support of the child. This bill would authorize a court, in a proceeding in which
                                                    child support is an issue, to order a party to submit to an examination by a vocational training counselor, as
                                                    defined. The bill would provide that the focus of this examination is to obtain an assessment of a spouse's
                                                    ability to obtain employment that would allow the party to meet his or her duty to provide support of the
                                                    minor child.
SB 1296                   SENATE CHAPTERED          Existing law provides that the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training establish and keep                Watch
Correa (D)                09/29/2010-Chaptered by   updated various training programs to maintain the level of competence of various law enforcement
                          the Secretary of State,   officers. This bill would require the commission to assess the training needed by peace officers on the topic
Peace officer training:   Chapter Number 490,       of returning veterans or other persons suffering from traumatic brain injury (TBI) or post-traumatic stress
traumatic brain injury:   Statutes of 2010          disorder (PTSD). Should the commission find a need for the training, the bill would require the
post-traumatic stress                               commission, in consultation with designated entities with expertise in TBI and PTSD, to create and make
disorder.                                           available a course for peace officers, who are first responders in emergency situations, on how to recognize
                                                    and interact with persons suffering from TBI or PTSD, as specified. The bill would also require the
                                                    commission to distribute, as necessary, a training bulletin via the Internet to specified law enforcement
                                                    agencies on the topics of TBI and PTSD, and to report to the Legislature, no later than June 30, 2012, on
                                                    the extent to which peace officers are receiving adequate training in how to interact with persons suffering
                                                    from TBI or PTSD.

                                                    Last Amended on 04/07/2010
SB 1313                   SENATE DEAD               Existing law requires the Department of Justice to administer the California Gang, Crime, and Violence              Watch
Maldonado (R)             06/04/2010-Failed         Prevention Partnership Program, pursuant to which the department is required to disburse any appropriated
                          Deadline pursuant to      funds to community organizations and nonprofit agencies for prevention and intervention activities for at-
Crime prevention.         Rule 61(b)(11). (Last     risk youth, as specified. This bill would provide that, on and after January 1, 2011, no funds shall be
                          location was PUB. S. on   provided under the program to a community-based organization or nonprofit agency to provide gang
                          3/4/2010)                 intervention services, unless the organization or agency enters into a contract with each person providing
                                                    gang intervention services, as specified, expressly providing that the conviction of the person for an
                                                    offense on or after January 1, 2011, must be reported, as specified, and constitutes a breach of contract for
                                                    which funds received after the conviction must be repaid, as specified.
SB 1317                   SENATE CHAPTERED          Existing law defines a truant as any pupil subject to compulsory full-time education or to compulsory              Support
Leno (D)                  09/30/2010-Chaptered by   continuation education who is absent from school without a valid excuse 3 full days in one school year, or
                          the Secretary of State,   tardy or absent for more than any 30-minute period during the schoolday without a valid excuse on 3
Truancy.                  Chapter Number 647,       occasions in one school year, or any combination thereof. This bill would define a chronic truant as any
                          Statutes of 2010          pupil subject to compulsory full-time education or to compulsory continuing education who is absent from
                                                      school without a valid excuse for 10% or more of the schooldays in one school year, from the date of
                                                      enrollment to the current date, provided that the appropriate school district officer or employee has
                                                      complied with specified provisions of law. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing
                                                      laws.

                                                      Last Amended on 08/09/2010
SB 1331                     SENATE DEAD               Existing law provides for the imposition of the death penalty as punishment for first-degree murder with         Watch
Cedillo (D)                 06/04/2010-Failed         special circumstances, train wrecking causing death, treason against the state, perjury resulting in the
                            Deadline pursuant to      execution of an innocent person, and fatal assault by a convict serving a life sentence. This bill would
California Racial Justice   Rule 61(b)(11). (Last     prohibit a person from being executed pursuant to a judgment that was either sought or obtained on the
Act: death penalty.         location was APPR.        basis of race if the court makes a finding that race was a significant factor in seeking or imposing the death
                            SUSPENSE FILE on          penalty. The bill would provide that a finding that race was a significant factor would include statistical
                            5/27/2010)                evidence or other evidence that death sentences were sought or imposed significantly more frequently upon
                                                      persons of one race than upon persons of another race or that race was a significant factor in decisions to
                                                      exercise preemptory challenges during jury selection. This bill would state that it applies retroactively.
                                                      This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                      Last Amended on 04/14/2010
SB 1347                     SENATE DEAD               Existing law regulates the use and possession of less lethal weapons and stun guns, which are defined to         Watch
Leno (D)                    08/31/2010-Failed         include weapons able or intended to stun or immobilize a person, like the electrical weapons commonly
                            Deadline pursuant to      known as tasers. This bill would codify the holding of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth
Electronic control          Rule 61(b)(17). (Last     Circuit in Bryan v. McPherson (2009) 590 F.3d 767 , relating to the use of tasers by law enforcement ,
weapons.                    location was INACTIVE     would make findings and declarations about electronic control weapons, and would encourage law
                            FILE on 6/24/2010)        enforcement agencies to establish use of force policies regarding those weapons, as specified. The bill
                                                      would provide that an electronic control weapon , as defined, may only be used when objectively
                                                      reasonable and compatible with specified constitutional provisions and may not be used in the absence of a
                                                      threat of imminent physical harm to the officer or to others .

                                                      Last Amended on 04/05/2010
SB 1353                     SENATE CHAPTERED          Existing law expresses the Legislature's intent that all pupils in foster care who are homeless, as defined,     Watch
Wright (D)                  09/30/2010-Chaptered by   have a meaningful opportunity to meet the pupil academic achievement standards to which all pupils are
                            the Secretary of State,   held. Educators and specified juvenile justice entities must work together to maintain school placements
Education: foster youth.    Chapter Number 557,       and educational programs and resources, as specified. In all instances, educational and school placement
                            Statutes of 2010          decisions must be based on the best interests of the child. This bill would define "best interests of the
                                                      child" for purposes of that provision. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                      Last Amended on 08/02/2010
SB 1392                 SENATE CHAPTERED Existing law, the Bronzan-McCorquodale Act, contains provisions governing the operation and financing                         Watch
Steinberg (D)           09/30/2010-Signed by the of community mental health services for the mentally disordered in every county through locally
                        Governor                 administered and locally controlled community mental health programs. This bill would remove the
Mental health:                                   restriction to 12 monthly installments and a maximum of 95% for advances. This bill contains other related
community mental health                          provisions and other existing laws.
services.
                                                 Last Amended on 08/18/2010
SB 1393                    SENATE DEAD               Existing law generally establishes an annual registration period for vehicles and imposes annual                  Watch
Simitian (D)               04/23/2010-Failed         registration fees on vehicles. This bill generally would require the Director of Motor Vehicles,
                           Deadline pursuant to      commencing in 2012, to establish a biennial registration period for vehicles, except the bill would require
Vehicles: biennial         Rule 61(b)(5). (Last      the director to retain an annual registration period for vehicles registered pursuant to the International
registration.              location was T. & H. on   Registration Plan or commercial motor vehicles with a declared gross weight of 10,101 pounds or more.
                           4/6/2010)                 This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
SB 1399                    SENATE CHAPTERED          Existing law generally regulates the granting and conditioning of parole, and places the duty to monitor          Support
Leno (D)                   09/28/2010-Chaptered by   parolees on the Division of Adult Parole Operations. Existing law, the Victim's Bill of Rights Act of 2008:
                           the Secretary of State,   Marsy's Law, as added by Proposition 9 at the November 4, 2008, statewide general election, provides that
Parole: medical parole:    Chapter Number 405,       the Board of Parole Hearings or its successor in interest shall be the state's parole authority and shall be
permanently medically      Statutes of 2010          responsible for protecting victims' rights in the parole process. This bill would provide that, except as
incapacitated inmates.                               specified, any prisoner who the head physician for the institution where the prisoner is located determines,
                                                     as provided, is permanently medically incapacitated with a medical condition that renders the prisoner
                                                     permanently unable to perform activities of basic daily living, and results in the prisoner requiring 24-hour
                                                     care, and that incapacitation did not exist at the time of sentencing, shall be granted medical parole, if the
                                                     Board of Parole Hearings determines that the conditions under which the prisoner would be released would
                                                     not reasonably pose a threat to public safety. Those provisions would not apply to any prisoner sentenced
                                                     to death or life in prison without possibility of parole or to any inmate who is serving a sentence for which
                                                     parole pursuant to this bill is prohibited by any initiative statute. The bill would provide that these
                                                     provisions shall not be construed to alter or diminish the rights conferred under the Victim's Bill of Rights
                                                     Act of 2008: Marsy's Law. The bill would require a physician employed by the Department of Corrections
                                                     and Rehabilitation who is the primary care provider for a prisoner to recommend that the prisoner be
                                                     referred to the Board of Parole Hearings for consideration for medical parole if the physician believes the
                                                     prisoner meets the medical criteria for medical parole. The bill would provide that the Board of Parole
                                                     Hearings or the Division of Adult Parole Operations shall have the authority to impose any reasonable
                                                     conditions on prisoners subject to parole pursuant to this bill, including, but not limited to, the requirement
                                                     that parolees submit to electronic monitoring. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing
                                                     laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 08/20/2010
SB 1411                    SENATE CHAPTERED          Existing law makes it a crime to falsely impersonate another in either his or her private or official capacity,   Watch
Simitian (D)               09/27/2010-Chaptered by   as specified. Existing law also makes it a crime to knowingly access and, without permission, alter,
                           the Secretary of State,   damage, delete, destroy, or otherwise use any data, computer, computer system, or computer network in
Impersonation: Internet.   Chapter Number 335,       order to devise or execute any scheme or artifice to defraud, deceive, or extort, or wrongfully control or
                           Statutes of 2010          obtain money, property, or data. For a violation thereof, in addition to specified criminal penalties, existing
                                                     law authorizes an aggrieved party to bring a civil action against the violator, as specified. This bill would
                                                     provide that any person who knowingly and without consent credibly impersonates another actual person
                                                     through or on an Internet Web site or by other electronic means, as specified, for purposes of harming,
                                                     intimidating, threatening, or defrauding another person is guilty of a misdemeanor. The bill would, in
                                                     addition to the specified criminal penalties, authorize a person who suffers damage or loss to bring a civil
                                                     action against any person who violates that provision, as specified. Because the bill would create a new
                                                     crime, the bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions
                                                     and other existing laws.

                                                     Last Amended on 05/11/2010
SB 1419                    SENATE DEAD                 Existing law provides that every person confined in any local detention facility who commits a battery by        Watch
Runner (R)                 06/04/2010-Failed           gassing upon the person of any peace officer, as defined, or employee of the local detention facility is
                           Deadline pursuant to        guilty of aggravated battery and shall be punished by imprisonment in a county jail or by imprisonment in
Peace Officers: gassing.   Rule 61(b)(11). (Last       the state prison for two, three, or four years. This bill would broaden the scope of application of this
                           location was APPR. on       offense by providing that it is aggravated battery, punishable as specified above, for any person to commit
                           4/13/2010)                  battery by gassing upon the person of any peace officer. By broadening the scope of application of an
                                                       existing crime, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related
                                                       provisions and other existing laws.
SB 1425                    SENATE VETOED               The Public Employees' Retirement Law (PERL) creates the Public Employees' Retirement System (PERS),              Watch
Simitian (D)               09/30/2010-Vetoed by        which provides a defined benefit to its members based on age at retirement, service credit, and final
                           the Governor                compensation. PERL defines "final compensation" for purposes of calculating a member's retirement
Public retirement: final                               allowance. The State Teachers' Retirement Law (STRL) and the retirement laws for county employees and
compensation:                                          city employees also provide for a defined benefit based on age at retirement, service credit, and final
computation: retirees.                                 compensation. This bill would provide that any change in salary, compensation, or remuneration
                                                       principally for the purpose of enhancing a member's benefits would not be included in the calculation of a
                                                       member's final compensation for purposes of determining that member's defined benefit. The bill would
                                                       generally require the board of each state and local public retirement system to establish, by regulation,
                                                       accountability provisions that would include an ongoing audit process to ensure that a change in a
                                                       member's salary, compensation, or remuneration is not made principally for the purpose of enhancing a
                                                       member's retirement benefits. This bill would revise the definition of "creditable compensation" and would
                                                       limit the calculation of a member's final compensation to an amount not to exceed the average increase in
                                                       compensation received within the final compensation period and the 2 preceding years by employees in the
                                                       same or a related group as that member. This bill would also provide that a person who retires on or after
                                                       January 1, 2012, may not perform services for any employer covered by a state or local retirement system
                                                       until that person has been separated from service for a period of at least 180 days. This bill would provide
                                                       for the implementation of these required changes under the laws that govern PERS and STRL. This bill
                                                       contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                       Last Amended on 08/19/2010
SB 1428                    SENATE CHAPTERED Existing law allows for an application authorizing the interception of a wire, electronic pager, or electronic              Watch
Pavley (D)                 09/30/2010-Signed by the cellular telephone to be made by the Attorney General or a district attorney to a judge of a superior court,
                           Governor                 as specified. Existing law defines wire communication, electronic pager communication, and electronic
Criminal investigation:                             cellular telephone communication for these purposes. This bill would delete the references to electronic
interception of                                     pager communication and electronic cellular telephone communication and replace those references with
communications.                                     references to electronic communication. The bill would define electronic communication as any transfer of
                                                    signs, signals, writings, images, sounds, data, or intelligence by a wire, radio, electromagnetic,
                                                    photoelectric, or photo-optical system, with specified exceptions. This bill would thereby authorize the
                                                    above persons to make an application for an order permitting the interception of electronic
                                                    communications, as defined. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

                                                       Last Amended on 08/02/2010
SB 1447                    SENATE CHAPTERED            Existing law requires the annual inspection of any jail, juvenile hall, or special purpose juvenile hall that,   Watch
Padilla (D)                08/18/2010-Chaptered by     in the preceding calendar year, was used for confinement, for more than 24 hours, of any minor. Existing
                           Secretary of State -        law requires the Corrections Standards Authority to establish minimum standards for state and local
Juveniles: secure          Chapter No. 157, Statutes   correctional facilities. This bill would require the Corrections Standards Authority to inspect and collect
detention facilities.    of 2010                    relevant data from any facility that may be used for the secure detention of minors, in accordance with the
                                                    federal Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 2002. This bill contains other existing laws.
SB 1449                  SENATE CHAPTERED Existing law provides that, except as authorized by law, every person who possesses not more than 28.5                       Watch
Leno (D)                 09/30/2010-Signed by the grams of marijuana, other than concentrated cannabis, is guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished by
                         Governor                 a fine of not more than $100. This same penalty is imposed for the crime of possessing not more than 28.5
Marijuana: possession.                            grams of marijuana while driving on a highway or on lands, as specified. Existing law provides with
                                                  respect to these offenses that, under specified conditions, (1) the court shall divert and refer the defendant
                                                  for education, treatment, or rehabilitation, as specified, and (2) an arrested person who gives satisfactory
                                                  evidence of identity and a written promise to appear in court shall not be subjected to booking. This bill
                                                  would provide that any person who commits any of the above offenses is instead guilty of an infraction
                                                  punishable by a fine of not more than $100. This bill would eliminate the above-described provisions
                                                  relating to booking and to diversion and referral for education, treatment, or rehabilitation.

                                                    Last Amended on 04/05/2010
SB 1452                  ASSEMBLY DEAD              Existing law requires the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to release a prisoner on a specified        Watch
Runner (R)               08/13/2010-Failed          period of parole after the expiration of a specified term of imprisonment. Under existing law, the
                         Deadline pursuant to       department is authorized to return a parolee to prison if the Board of Parole Hearings determines that the
Parole: electronic       Rule 61(b)(14). (Last      parolee violated the terms of his or her parole, as specified. Existing law prohibits the department from
monitoring.              location was PUB. S. on    returning certain parolees to prison, placing a parole hold on the parolee, or reporting the parolee to the
                         6/24/2010)                 Board of Parole Hearings for a violation of parole, as specified. This bill would provide that a parolee to
                                                    whom these limitations on the department are applicable may be required to wear an electronic monitoring
                                                    device, for the duration of the parole period, by a local law enforcement agency that has primary
                                                    jurisdiction over the location where the parolee resides and has been authorized by the department, in its
                                                    discretion, to use global positioning system technology or otherwise monitor nonrevocable parolees. This
                                                    bill would provide that any local law enforcement agency meeting those conditions shall, prior to any
                                                    electronic monitoring of nonrevocable parolees, enter into a memorandum of understanding with the
                                                    department, as specified, at the agency's expense. The bill would provide that the cost of acquiring, leasing,
                                                    and monitoring an electronic monitoring device shall be the responsibility of the local law enforcement
                                                    agency requiring the wearing of the device.

                                                    Last Amended on 06/24/2010
SB 1487                  ASSEMBLY APPR.             Existing law provides time credit for work performance and good behavior to prisoners confined to a              Co-Sponsor
Committee on Public      SUSPENSE FILE              county jail, industrial farm, or road camp, or any city jail, industrial farm, or road camp. Specifically,
Safety                   08/13/2010-Set, second     except regarding certain prisoners who are limited to 15% credit against sentenced time, existing law
                         hearing. Held in           provides that a term of 4 days will be deemed to have been served for every 2 days spent in actual custody
Inmates: incentive       committee and under        in one of these facilities, except that a term of 6 days will be deemed to have been served for every 4 days
credits.                 submission.                in actual custody for prisoners required to register as sex offenders, prisoners committed for a serious
                                                    felony, or prisoners with a prior conviction for a serious or violent felony. This bill would instead provide
                                                    that prisoners sentenced to state prison for whom the sentence is executed, except for those required to
                                                    register as sex offenders, committed for a serious felony, or with a previous conviction for a serious or
                                                    violent felony, who are confined in a city or county jail, industrial farm, or road camp, from the date of
                                                    arrest until state prison credits are applicable, shall have one day deducted from his or her period of
                                                    confinement for every day the prisoner served in a city or county jail, industrial farm, or road camp. The
                                                    bill would provide that a prisoner sentenced to state prison who is confined in a city or county jail,
                                                    industrial farm, or road camp may not receive the day for day credit if it appears by the record that the
                                                  prisoner refused to satisfactorily perform labor or failed to satisfactorily comply with rules and regulations,
                                                  as specified. The bill would provide that, for prisoners otherwise in a county jail, industrial farm, or road
                                                  camp, or any city jail, industrial farm, or road camp for a crime committed on or after the effective date of
                                                  this bill, except those subject to the 15% limitation on credits noted above, a term of 6 days will be deemed
                                                  to have been served for every 4 days spent in actual custody. Because this bill would change the
                                                  punishment for crimes, it would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related
                                                  provisions and other existing laws.
SJR 12                  ASSEMBLY DEAD             This measure would urge Congress and the President to restore funding for the State Criminal Alien                Watch
Benoit (R)              08/31/2010-Failed         Assistance Program.
                        Deadline pursuant to
Undocumented criminals. Rule 61(b)(17). (Last     Last Amended on 07/14/2009
                        location was PUB. S. on
                        8/24/2009)

				
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