Ka Aha Kenekoa

THE SENATE

 

Ka Aha Ōlelo Kanakolu

THE THIRTIETH LEGISLATURE

 

Aha Kau Kānāwai 2020

REGULAR SESSION OF 2020

 

 

Ke Kōmike Hookolokolo

COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY

Kenekoa/Senator Karl Rhoads, Luna Hoomalu/Chair

Kenekoa/Senator Jarrett Keohokalole, Hope Luna Hoomalu/Vice Chair

 

 

Ōlelo Hoolaha No Ka Aha Hoolohe

NOTICE OF HEARING

 

 

Lā / DATE:

ahā, Ianuali 30, 2020 / Thursday, January 30, 2020

Hola / TIME:

10:00 a.m.

Wahi / PLACE:

Lumi Aha Kūkā 016 / Conference Room 016

Ke Kapikala Mokuāina / State Capitol

415 South Beretania Street

 

Papa Kumuhana

A G E N D A

 

SB 2109

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO CHILDREN.

Requires the court and the prosecution to take appropriate action to ensure a prompt trial to minimize the length of time a child abuse victim or minor witness must endure the proceedings.

 

JDC

SB 2121

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO FELONIES.

Includes as a class C felony the offense of interference with the operation of an automated public transit vehicle, system, or service.

 

JDC

SB 2150

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO DISORDERLY CONDUCT.

Amends the offense of disorderly conduct to include engaging in conduct with intent to convey false or misleading information.

 

JDC

SB 2153

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO OFFENSES AGAINST PROPERTY RIGHTS.

Establishes the offense of unauthorized detention of propelled vehicle, which applies if a propelled vehicle is stolen and a person obtains possession of the vehicle from another without first making a reasonable inquiry as to whether the other party had the legal right to sell or deliver the vehicle.

 

JDC

SB 2182

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO ABUSE OF A FAMILY OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBER.

Amends the penal code to add abuse of a family or household member to felonies that qualify for repeat offender sentencing.

 

JDC

SB 2185

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO VIOLATION OF PRIVACY.

Excludes violation of privacy in the first degree, and certain paragraphs of violation of privacy in the second degree, from qualifying for deferred acceptance of guilty plea or nolo contendere plea.

 

JDC

SB 2266

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO SEX OFFENDERS.

Prohibits a sex offender from residing within two thousand feet of the sex offender's former victim or the victim's immediate family members.

 

JDC

SB 2268

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO DIVORCE.

Grants exclusive original jurisdiction in matters of annulment, divorce, and separation and other certain cases to the family court of the circuit in which an applicant is domiciled at the time the application is filed. Repeals the requirement that a person be domiciled or physically present in the State for a continuous period of at least three months before filing for divorce. Repeals the requirement that a person be domiciled or physically present in the State for a continuous period of at least six months before completing a divorce.

 

JDC

SB 2305

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO DOMESTIC ABUSE.

Provides that a court may not grant more than 2 continuances of an order to show cause hearing in domestic abuse cases, absent a finding of exigent circumstances.

 

JDC

SB 2306

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO PROOF OF DOMESTIC OR SEXUAL VIOLENCE VICTIM STATUS.

Makes consistent the types of documents accepted as proof of domestic or sexual violence victim status.

 

JDC

SB 2316

Status & Testimony

RELATING TO CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE.

Amends statutory limitations on the time period in which a survivor of childhood sexual abuse may file a civil suit. Provides that the monetary relief under this section shall not include punitive damages. Permits the court to order restorative justice measures, if deemed appropriate.

 

JDC

 

Inā lawa ka manawa, e hooholo manao ma hope pono.

Decision Making to follow, if time permits.

 

E waiho mai i kāu ōlelo hōike no ke Kōmike Hookolokolo ma o ke kaomi ana ma anei.

Click here to submit testimony.

 

Hiki ke waiho mai i ka ōlelo hōike a hiki i 24 hola ma mua o ka hoomaka ana o ka aha hoolohe.

Testimony may be submitted up to 24 hours prior to the start of the hearing.

 

Inā makemake e waiho i ōlelo hōike hai waha, he elua minuke wale nō ka lōihi loa.

Those wishing to provide oral testimony will be limited to two minutes.

 

No Nā Papa Ōlelo Hoolaha I Hoololi Ia: Kahawaena ia nā mea i kāpae ia a kahalalo ia nā mea i pākui ia. Kahawaena ia me ke kahalalo pū ia nā mea i kāpae ia mai ka papa kumumanao.

FOR AMENDED NOTICES: Measures that have been deleted are stricken through and measures that have been added are underscored. If a measure is both underscored and stricken through, that measure has been deleted from the agenda.

 

Inā pono ka mahele ōlelo, a i ole kekahi mau mea lawelawe ē ae no ke komo ana i nā hanana ma ka aha hoolohe, e hai mai i ke kākau ōlelo kōmike he 24 hola ma ka liilii loa ma mua o ka aha hoolohe i mea e hiki ai ke hoomākaukau pono.

If you require auxiliary aids or services to participate in the public hearing process (i.e., interpretive services (oral or written), ASL interpreter, or wheelchair accessibility), please contact the committee clerk at least 24 hours prior to the hearing so that arrangements can be made.

 

No Ka Ike Ē Ae, E Kelepona Aku I Ke Kākau Ōlelo Kōmike Ma (808) 587-7211.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL THE COMMITTEE CLERK AT (808) 587-7211.

 

 

 

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Kenekoa/Senator Karl Rhoads

Luna Hoomalu/Chair