Senate Bill 4
Expand expungement and intervention
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Long Title: To amend sections 2951.041 and 2953.38 and to enact section 2953.521 of the Revised Code to allow a person who is found not guilty of an offense or who is the defendant named in a dismissed criminal charge to apply for a court order to expunge the person's official records in the case if the charge or not guilty finding was the result of the applicant having been a human trafficking victim; to allow a person convicted of certain prostitution-related offenses to apply for the expungement of the conviction record of any offense, other than a specified disqualifying offense, the person's participation in which was a result of having been a human trafficking victim; and to allow intervention in lieu of conviction for persons charged with committing an offense while a victim of compelling prostitution.
Version: As Reported by the House Criminal Justice Committee
Sen. Obhof, Sen. Terhar, Sen. Gardner, Sen. Hite, Sen. Eklund, Sen. Huffman, Sen. LaRose, Sen. Hottinger, Sen. Bacon, Sen. Balderson, Sen. Beagle, Sen. Brown, Sen. Burke, Sen. Coley, Sen. Dolan, Sen. Hackett, Sen. Hoagland, Sen. Jordan, Sen. Lehner, Sen. Manning, Sen. O'Brien, Sen. Schiavoni, Sen. Sykes, Sen. Tavares, Sen. Thomas, Sen. Uecker, Sen. Wilson, Sen. Yuko, Rep. Manning, Rep. Celebrezze, Rep. Galonski, Rep. Rogers
Courts and Civil Law : Courts, Crimes, Corrections, and Law Enforcement : Crime and Punishment, Crimes, Corrections, and Law Enforcement : Criminal Records Checks
House Criminal Justice, Senate Judiciary