Legislature(2017 - 2018)
2018-04-12 House JournalFull Journal pdf
2018-04-12 House Journal Page 3188 HB 387 The Judiciary Committee considered: HOUSE BILL NO. 387 "An Act relating to scheduled substances; relating to the Controlled Substances Advisory Committee; and authorizing the attorney general to schedule substances by emergency regulation or repeal an emergency regulation that scheduled a substance." and recommends it be replaced with: CS FOR HOUSE BILL NO. 387(JUD) "An Act relating to scheduled substances; relating to the Controlled Substances Advisory Committee; authorizing the attorney general to schedule substances by emergency regulation or repeal an emergency regulation that scheduled a substance; relating to detaining a person for up to 48 hours for the prosecuting authority to demonstrate that release of the person would not reasonably ensure the appearance of the person or will pose a danger to the victim, other persons, or the community if the person has a criminal conviction or charge outside the state; relating to conditions of release for a person who is represented by an attorney or has a criminal conviction or charge outside the state; relating to factors the court is required to consider when determining the conditions of release before trial; amending the 2018-04-12 House Journal Page 3189 authority of pretrial services officers to make a warrantless arrest or request the court to issue a warrant for arrest; providing that pretrial services, probation, and parole officers may perform duties relating to pretrial services, probation, and parole; amending Rule 41, Alaska Rules of Criminal Procedure; and providing for an effective date." The report was signed by Representative Claman, Chair, with the following individual recommendations: Do pass (4): Kopp, Kreiss-Tomkins, Stutes, Claman Do not pass (1): Eastman No recommendation (1): LeDoux Amend (1): Reinbold The following fiscal note(s) apply to CSHB 387(JUD): 1. Zero, Dept. of Health & Social Services 2. Zero, Dept. of Law 3. Zero, Dept. of Public Safety HB 387 was referred to the Finance Committee.