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HB 1316: Judge And Law Enforcement Info Private

Privacy & Technology
Bill Number: HB 1316
Year: 2009
ACLU Position: Monitor
Sponsors: Rep. Solano; Rep. Shaffer

Description:
Adds to an existing law, making it a crime to post the personal information of a judge, magistrate, or prosecutor on the internet if the dissemination of the information poses an imminent and serious safety threat. Permits a peace officer, judge, magistrate, or prosecutor to request that a public record containing his or her address or telephone number be kept confidential if the person has reason to believe he or she or his or her family could be the victim of harassment or in danger of bodily harm. Allows a peace officer, judge, magistrate, or prosecutor to request that a real property record be kept confidential if the person has reason to believe he or she or his or her family could be the victim of harassment or in danger of bodily harm. 
 
Read the bill here.

Current Status:

05/21/2009 Signed by Governor



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