Judicial Process Committee

Judicial Process Committee

Number Of Members:

Members


Representative
District 36 | D
Chairman

Senator
District 45 | D
Vice Chairman

Representative
District 19 | D

Representative
District 15 | R

Representative
District 37 | R

Representative
District 16 | R

Representative
District 47 | R

Representative
District 13 | R

Representative
District 28 | R

Representative
District 27 | D

Representative
District 3 | D

Senator
District 43 | D

Senator
District 10 | R

Senator
District 18 | D

September 17, 2008 - 9:00 AM

Committee Documents

June 24, 2008 - 1:00 PM

Committee Documents

April 16, 2008 - 9:00 AM

Committee Documents

January 9, 2008 - 9:00 AM

Committee Documents

Committee Studies and Assignments

1213 § 1 Study the current state exemptions for bankruptcy and the desirability of updating these exemptions

2284 § 2 Study the exemption provisions found in North Dakota Century Code Chapter 28-22, including determining whether the exemptions in the current form continue to serve the historical purposes of protecting debtors from creditors and providing debtors with the basic necessities of life, so that debtors will not be left destitute and public charges of the state

3013 Study statutes and institutional resources relating to the domestic violence protection order process, including criminal cases for alleged violation of protection orders

3008 Study best state practices relating to child custody - Revised by Legislative Council directive

3056 Study the search for and identification of missing persons

4028 Study the feasibility and desirability of establishing a paternity registry

Receive report from the Attorney General before July 2 of every even-numbered year on the current status and trends of unlawful drug use and abuse and drug control and enforcement efforts in this state (NDCC § 19‑03.1‑44)

Receive annual report from the director of the Commission on Legal Counsel for Indigents containing pertinent data on the indigent defense contract system and established public defender offices  (NDCC § 54-61-03)