SB 134: Deposing Victims of Certain Offenses
GENERAL BILL by Osgood
Deposing Victims of Certain Offenses; Prohibiting the deposing of an individual who, at the time of the request for the deposition, is 17 years of age or younger and has been a victim of human trafficking or specified sexual offenses; providing exceptions; requiring a court to issue a protective order for the victim if the court approves a deposition of the victim; requiring that a subpoena or other notice of the deposition given to the victim include specified information; prohibiting certain self-represented defendants from directly deposing a victim, etc.
Last Action: 1/11/2023 Senate - Withdrawn prior to introduction
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Withdrawn prior to introduction
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