MCKEON AND GARRETT.
CRIM CD-DOMESTIC BATTERY
Synopsis of Bill as introduced:
Amends the Criminal Code of 1961. Provides that domestic battery
or a violation of an order of protection is a Class 4 felony if the
defendant had a prior conviction for first degree murder, attempt to
commit first degree murder, aggravated domestic battery, heinous
battery, aggravated battery with a firearm, aggravated battery of a
child, aggravated battery of an unborn child, aggravated battery of a
senior citizen, criminal sexual assault, aggravated criminal sexual
assault, predatory criminal sexual assault of a child, aggravated
criminal sexual abuse, kidnapping, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated
arson, or aggravated discharge of a firearm. Provides that a person
commits stalking if he or she has previously been convicted of
stalking another person and knowingly and without lawful
justification, on one occasion: (1) follows that same person or places
that same person under surveillance or both; and (2) commits certain
threatening acts against that person or that person's family.
JUDICIAL NOTE (Illinois Courts Administrative Office)
HB 4081 would neither increase nor decrease the number of
judges needed in the State.
FISCAL NOTE (Department of Corrections)
HB 4081 would cause an increase of 11 inmates in the
corrections population and would have a fiscal impact of
CORRECTIONAL NOTE (Department of Corrections)
Same as DOC fiscal note.
SENATE AMENDMENT NO. 1.
Changes the elements of the offense of stalking for persons with
previous convictions of stalking.
SENATE AMENDMENT NO. 2.
Adds reference to:
720 ILCS 5/11-20.1 from Ch. 38, par. 11-20.1
720 ILCS 5/33D-1 from Ch. 38, par. 33D-1
720 ILCS 150/5.1 from Ch. 23, par. 2355.1
Further amends the Criminal Code of 1961. Changes references in
the child pornography statute from "sexual intercourse" or "sexual
contact" to "sexual penetration" or "sexual conduct". Changes the age
at which a person may be convicted of contributing to the criminal
delinquency of a juvenile from 21 years and upwards to 17 years and
upwards. Amends the Wrongs to Children Act. Provides that the offense
of permitting sexual abuse of a child does not apply to a person
responsible for the child's welfare who, having reason to believe that
sexual abuse has occurred, makes timely and reasonable efforts to stop
the sexual abuse in conformance with the Abused and Neglected Child
Reporting Act or by reporting the sexual abuse, or causing a report to
be made, to medical or law enforcement authorities. Changes the
penalties for the offense. Changes the penalty to a Class 4 felony
for a first offense and Class 2 felony for a second or subsequent
offense. Provides that the offense is a Class 1 felony when the
sexual abuse involved sexual penetration causing bodily harm to the
child. Provides that a person may not be charged with a violation
until the person is charged with certain sexual offenses. Effective
SENATE AMENDMENT NO. 3.
Provides that the penalty for permitting the sexual abuse of a
child is a Class 1 felony (rather than a Class 4 felony for the first
offense and a Class 2 felony for a second or subsequent offense,
except a Class 1 felony when the sexual abuse involved sexual
penetration causing bodily harm to the child). Deletes the provision
changing from 21 to 17 years the age of a person who may commit the
offense of contributing to the criminal delinquency of a juvenile.
Last action on Bill: PUBLIC ACT.............................. 92-0827
Last action date: AUG-22-2002
Amendments to Bill: AMENDMENTS ADOPTED: HOUSE - 0 SENATE - 3
END OF INQUIRY
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