Yikes. There are already 771 Bill Draft Requests for the 2007 Legislative Session. A few that may be of interest to the criminal defense bar are the following:
15--5 Senator Cegavske Prohibits video voyeurism.
14--17 Senator Titus Makes various changes to tighten provisions governing registration and community notification of and penalties for sex offenders.
S--45 Senator Lee Makes various changes concerning regulation of firearms.
3--53 Senator Wiener, Joint Requester: Assemblyman Horne Establishes liability for adults who serve alcohol to minors for any damage, injury or loss to person or property caused by those minors while impaired by the alcohol.
15--78 Assembly Committee on Judiciary Makes various changes concerning technological crimes.
S--80 Senator Lee Revises provisions relating to municipal judges.
105 Assemblywoman Leslie Authorizes courts to include animals in orders for protection against domestic violence.
11--135 Assembly Committee on Judiciary Revises provisions governing the termination of the parental rights of convicted murderers.
1-145 Assemblyman Conklin Exempts certain public officers from jury duty.
14--148 Legislative Commission's Subcommittee to Study Sentencing and Pardons, and Parole and Probation (ACR 17) Clarifies provisions concerning authority to stay the execution of a judgment of death.
16--149 Legislative Commission's Subcommittee to Study Sentencing and Pardons, and Parole and Probation (ACR 17) Makes various changes concerning parole.
16--150 Legislative Commission's Subcommittee to Study Sentencing and Pardons, and Parole and Probation (ACR 17) Makes various changes concerning meetings of the Parole Board.
15--151 Legislative Commission's Subcommittee to Study Sentencing and Pardons, and Parole and Probation (ACR 17) Revises provisions governing additional penalty for committing a crime with a deadly weapon.
14--152 Legislative Commission's Subcommittee to Study Sentencing and Pardons, and Parole and Probation (ACR 17) Makes various changes concerning pleas that may be entered by defendants in criminal actions.
2--164 Assemblyman Holcomb Requires courts to award attorney's fees and costs against attorneys and parties under certain circumstances.
C--177 Senator Raggio Joint Requester: Assemblyman Arberry Jr.
Proposes to amend Nevada Constitution to adopt "Missouri Plan" for initial selection of judges by appointment and retention of judges by ballot question.
179 Assemblywoman Angle Makes various changes concerning identity theft.
15--186 Assemblywoman Gansert Revises provisions concerning sex offenders.
190 Assemblyman Munford Makes various changes concerning Department of Corrections.
40--223 Senator Heck Adds marijuana to provisions which prohibit person from allowing child to be present at locations where controlled substances are being sold or manufactured.
23--254 Senator McGinness Makes changes regarding local code enforcement officers.
15--266 Nevada Judges Association Revises provisions relating to harassing and stalking orders
43--267 Nevada Judges Association Revises provisions relating to DUI interlocking devices.
1--269 Nevada Judges Association Revises provisions relating to longevity pay for justices of the peace.
14--278 Nevada District Attorneys Association Clarifies provisions governing immunity for material witnesses in criminal proceedings.
14--279 Nevada District Attorneys Association Revises provisions governing insanity defense in criminal proceedings.
43--285 Assemblywoman Weber Enacts provisions regarding proof of identity of persons released from the custody of the Nevada Department of Corrections.
14--288 Assemblywoman Weber
Makes various changes concerning genetic marker testing of certain convicted persons.
39--306 Legislative Committee on Health Care (NRS 439B.200)
Makes various changes concerning examination required before allegedly mentally ill person is transported to mental health facility.
17--310 Legislative Committee on Health Care (NRS 439B.200)
Establishes a statutory Legislative Committee on Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice and a statutory Legislative Committee on Senior Citizens and Veterans.
54--313 Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor
Enacts provisions pertaining to regulation of crime scene investigators.
14--319 Nevada District Attorneys Association
Revises provisions governing justiciability of constitutional challenges.
15--320 Nevada District Attorneys Association
Revises provisions governing liability of conspirators and accomplices.
14--328 Nevada Sheriffs' and Chiefs' Association
Provides for implementation of new federal sex offender law and prohibits harassing or stalking sex offenders listed on sex offender registry.
43--329 Nevada Sheriffs' and Chiefs' Association
Makes failure to wear safety belts a primary offense.
43--330 Nevada Sheriffs' and Chiefs' Association
Authorizes use of automated systems for enforcement of traffic laws and provides for pilot program for local governments.
20--354 Clark County
Authorizes counties to impose civil liability instead of criminal penalty for certain violations of law.
16--362 Washoe County
Revises provisions governing early release of prisoners from county jails to relieve overcrowding.
15--387 Assemblyman Oceguera
Makes various changes to laws concerning graffiti.
3--390 Assembly Committee on Judiciary
Makes various changes concerning protection orders.
34--410 Clark County School District
Revises provisions governing jurisdiction of school police officers.
40--420 Assemblyman Carpenter
Revises provisions governing crimes involving methamphetamine.
43--435 Reno, City of
Strengthens penalties for street or drag racing offenses.
15--436 Reno, City of
Strengthens penalties for graffiti offenses.
15--467 Sparks, City of
Increases certain penalties for placing graffiti on or otherwise defacing property.
17--481 Nevada League of Cities and Municipalities
Revises provisions relating to the effective date of legislation.
486 Nevada League of Cities and Municipalities
Makes various changes concerning methamphetamine abuse.
14--498 Attorney General
Revises residency and employment restrictions for convicted sex offenders.
14--499 Attorney General
Makes various changes relating to registration and community notification of convicted sex offenders.
52--500 Attorney General
Revises penalties for deceptive trade practices.
15--506 Attorney General
Clarifies mandatory reporting of abuse, neglect and other crimes against children.
4--507 Attorney General
Revises provisions relating to admissibility of certain affidavits and declarations in certain proceedings.
15--508 Attorney General
Revises provisions governing crime of luring children.
509 Attorney General
Makes various changes to provisions providing protection to older persons.
510 Attorney General
Revises provisions governing identity theft.
511 Attorney General
Makes various changes to provisions governing the use, abuse and manufacture of methamphetamine.
40--512 Attorney General
Restricts sale of pharmaceuticals containing precursor materials used in the manufacture of methamphetamine and other controlled substances.
513 Attorney General
Revises provisions relating to criminal law and procedure.
3--514 Attorney General
Revises provisions relating to domestic violence.
517 Attorney General
Makes various changes to the Open Meeting Law.
521 Attorney General
Revises provisions relating to the authority of the Attorney General.
C--532 Assemblywoman Ohrenschall
AJR: Proposes to amend Nevada Constitution relating to sex offenders in manner similar to Florida legislation commonly known as "Jessica's Law."
15--533 Assemblywoman Ohrenschall
Makes violence against homeless persons a hate crime.
538 Assemblywoman Kirkpatrick
Makes changes relating to violations of traffic laws.
23--539 Assemblyman Horne
Revises provisions governing qualifications for office of sheriff.
14--558 Public Safety, Department of
Revises provisions governing the distribution of administrative assessments for misdemeanors.
16--560 Parole and Probation, Division of-Public Safety
Requires gated communities to provide access codes to Division of Parole and Probation to facilitate unannounced visits to offenders released on probation.
54--571 Court Reporters' Board of Nevada, Certified
Revises provisions governing the Certified Court Reporters' Board of Nevada and qualifications of court reporters
--597 Child and Family Services, Division of-Health and Human Services
Revises provisions governing detention of juvenile parole violators.
16--615 Corrections, Department of
Revises provisions governing the Department of Corrections and offenders
16--616 Corrections, Department of
Prohibits offenders in custody of Department of Corrections from obtaining or using cell phones or similar devices.
16--617 Corrections, Department of
Revises provisions governing sentence merit credits for offenders in the custody of the Department of Corrections.
11--647 Assemblyman Parks
Establishes certain requirements for reporting acts of domestic violence.
15--648 Nevada Supreme Court
Revises provisions governing weapons in public buildings.
1--649 Nevada Supreme Court
Revises provisions governing court clerks.
54--650 Nevada Supreme Court
Revises provisions governing interpreters for persons who are deaf or hearing impaired.
58--651 Nevada Supreme Court
Includes larger counties in authorization to use telephone customer lists for selection of jurors.
24--652 Nevada Supreme Court
Revises provisions governing filing of candidacy for a judicial office.
5--653 Nevada Supreme Court
Revises formula for funding of certain youth camps.
1--654 Nevada Supreme Court
Increases the number of judges in the Eighth and Second District Courts.
14--655 Nevada Supreme Court
Revises provisions governing the bond forfeiture reporting requirements.
15--656 Nevada Supreme Court
Makes various changes to the provisions concerning temporary protective orders.
S--657 Nevada Supreme Court
Makes appropriation to the Nevada Supreme Court/Administrative Office of the Courts for a new courthouse in White Pine County.
14--658 Nevada Supreme Court
Amends provisions concerning the defendant's presence at the preliminary hearing.
3--659 Nevada Supreme Court
Revises provisions concerning the qualifications of Domestic Violence Masters and Juvenile Masters.
1--660 Nevada Supreme Court
Revises provisions concerning persons summoned to serve on jury duty.
C--661 Nevada Supreme Court
_JR: Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to allow for the creation of an Intermediate Appellate Court.
1--662 Nevada Supreme Court
Revises provisions concerning administrative assessments.
663 Nevada Supreme Court
Revises provisions concerning supreme court and district court judges in Nevada.
664 Nevada Supreme Court
Revises provision governing Commission on Law Libraries.
26--665 Nevada Supreme Court
Changes provisions of the administration of the Supreme Court Building.
667 Assemblyman Anderson
Revises provisions relating to the dispensing of ingredients used to create methamphetamine
5--669 Senator Wiener
Requires parental consent before notice concerning child who is victim of sexual offense is released to a school.
14--704 Assemblyman Manendo
Requires 12-hour hold after arrest for DUI.
40--714 Assemblyman Holcomb
Revises provisions governing sale or transfer of products containing pseudoephedrine or other precursor substances used in manufacture of methamphetamine.
14--715 Assemblyman Holcomb
Establishes program for publication of certain information concerning registered sex offenders.
727 Assembly Committee on Judiciary
Amends provisions concerning custody of prisoners for whom outstanding warrants exist.
15--730 Senator Hardy
Enacts provisions governing crimes against unborn victims.
731 Assemblyman Oceguera
Revises provisions governing the tracking, monitoring and revocation of teacher licenses for criminal behavior.
11--732 Assemblyman Horne
Enacts Uniform Child Abduction Prevention Act.
S--735 Senator Rhoads
Makes appropriation for a new courthouse in White Pine County.
764 Speaker of the Assembly
Prohibits possession of dangerous knife on school grounds.
765 Assembly Committee on Commerce and Labor
Expands definition of "practice of court reporting" to include reporting by use of voice writing.