Legislature(2017 - 2018)
2017-03-06 House JournalFull Journal pdf
2017-03-06 House Journal Page 0413 HB 8 The following, which was advanced to third reading from the March 1 calendar (page 372), was read the third time: HOUSE BILL NO. 8 "An Act relating to protective orders." Representative Wilson moved and asked unanimous consent that HB 8 be returned to second reading for the specific purpose of considering Amendment No. 1. There being no objection, it was so ordered. Amendment No. 1 was offered by Representatives Wilson and Reinbold: Page 4, following line 22: Insert a new bill section to read: "* Sec. 8. AS 22.35.030 is amended to read: Sec. 22.35.030. Publication of Records [RECORDS CONCERNING CRIMINAL CASES RESULTING IN ACQUITTAL OR DISMISSAL]. The Alaska Court System may not publish a court record [OF A CRIMINAL CASE] on a publicly available website (1) in a criminal case if 60 days have elapsed from the date of acquittal or dismissal and (A) [(1)] the defendant was acquitted of all charges filed in the case; 2017-03-06 House Journal Page 0414 (B) [(2)] all criminal charges against the defendant in the case have been dismissed and were not dismissed as part of a plea agreement in another criminal case under Rule 11, Alaska Rules of Criminal Procedure; (C) [(3)] the defendant was acquitted of some of the criminal charges in the case and the remaining charges were dismissed; or (D) [(4)] all criminal charges against the defendant in the case have been dismissed after a suspended entry of judgment under AS 12.55.078; (2) of a protective order under AS 18.66.100 - 18.66.180, restraining order, or injunction in a case involving domestic violence if the publication would likely reveal the identity or location of the party protected under the order." Renumber the following bill sections accordingly. Representative Wilson moved and asked unanimous consent that Amendment No. 1 be adopted. Representative Claman objected. The question being: "Shall Amendment No. 1 be adopted?" The roll was taken with the following result: HB 8 Second Reading Amendment No. 1 YEAS: 18 NAYS: 22 EXCUSED: 0 ABSENT: 0 Yeas: Birch, Chenault, Eastman, Johnson, Johnston, Knopp, Kopp, Millett, Neuman, Pruitt, Rauscher, Reinbold, Saddler, Sullivan-Leonard, Talerico, Thompson, Tilton, Wilson Nays: Claman, Drummond, Edgmon, Fansler, Foster, Gara, Grenn, Guttenberg, Josephson, Kawasaki, Kito, Kreiss-Tomkins, LeDoux, Ortiz, Parish, Seaton, Spohnholz, Stutes, Tarr, Tuck, Westlake, Wool And so, Amendment No. 1 was not adopted. 2017-03-06 House Journal Page 0415 The question being: "Shall HB 8 pass the House?" The roll was taken with the following result: HB 8 Third Reading Final Passage YEAS: 38 NAYS: 2 EXCUSED: 0 ABSENT: 0 Yeas: Birch, Chenault, Claman, Drummond, Eastman, Edgmon, Fansler, Foster, Gara, Grenn, Guttenberg, Johnson, Johnston, Josephson, Kawasaki, Kito, Knopp, Kopp, Kreiss-Tomkins, LeDoux, Millett, Neuman, Ortiz, Parish, Pruitt, Reinbold, Saddler, Seaton, Spohnholz, Stutes, Sullivan-Leonard, Talerico, Tarr, Thompson, Tilton, Tuck, Westlake, Wool Nays: Rauscher, Wilson And so, HB 8 passed the House and was referred to the Chief Clerk for engrossment.