House Judiciary Committee - January 31, 2019

20 House Building

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 Recording 1
 Chair Lisonbee called the meeting to order at 2:06 p.m.
 Chair Lisonbee announced that Rep. Brammer has asked to be excused from today's meeting.
 Chair Lisonbee announced that H.B. 100 will not be heard today.
 H.B. 57 Electronic Information or Data Privacy (Hall, C.)
 Rep. Craig Hall explained the bill.
 Mr. Connor Boyack, Libertas Institute, explained the key differences between H.B. 57 and 1st Sub. H.B. 57.
 Mr. Jeff Gray, Search and Seizure Director, Utah Attorney General's Office, spoke against 1st Sub. H.B. 57.
 Mr. Dave Carlson, Director of the Justice Division, Utah Attorney General's Office, spoke against 1st Sub. H.B. 57.
 Ms. Jami Brackin, Utah Counties' and District Attorneys' Association, spoke against the bill.
 Ms. Marina Lowe, Legislative Counsel, ACLU, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Ms. Cathy Dupont, Appellate Court Administrator, spoke to the bill.
 Mr. Steve Burton, Utah Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, spoke to the bill.
 Ms. Renae Cowley, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Rep. Hutchings moved to go to the next item on the agenda.
 H.B. 69 Legal Notice Amendments (Coleman, K.)
 Rep. Kim Coleman explained the bill with the assistance of Mr. Gary Crane, Layton City and Utah League of Cities and Towns.
 Mr. Craig Conover, Utah Press Association, spoke against the bill.
 Mr. Matt Ward, Utah newspaper editor, spoke against the bill.
 Mr. Brian Allfrey, Exec Director, Utah Press Association, spoke against the bill.
 Mr. Connor Boyack, Libertas Institute, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Rep. Hutchings moved to report a favorable recommendation on H.B. 69.
 H.B. 82 Aggravated Kidnapping Amendments (Snow, V. L.)
 Rep. V. Lowry Snow explained the bill.
 Rep. Hutchings moved to report a favorable recommendation on H.B. 82.
 Rep. Seegmiller moved to place H.B. 82 on the Consent Calendar.
 H.B. 83 Statute of Limitations Modifications (Snow, V. L.)
 Rep. V. Lowry Snow asked that the bill be moved to next meeting.
 Chair Lisonbee recessed the meeting for a few minutes.
 H.B. 112 Survival Claims Amendments (Hawkes, T.)
 Rep. Timothy D. Hawkes explained the bill with the assistance of Chuck Conrad.
 Mr. Chuck Conrad, attorney, answered questions.
 Rep. King moved to report a favorable recommendation on H.B. 112.
 H.B. 111 Expungement Modifications (Stoddard, A.)
 Rep. Stoddard explained 1st Sub. H.B. 111 with help from Will Carlson, Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office.
 Mr. Richard Mauro, Executive Director, Salt Lake Legal Defender Association, spoke against the bill.
 Mr. Steve Burton, Utah Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, spoke to the bill.
 Rep. Snow moved to hold H.B. 111.
 Rep. Seegmiller moved to adjourn.
 Chair Lisonbee adjourned the meeting at 4:55 p.m.
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