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Senate Bill 0181

ARCHIVE (2009)

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DIGEST OF SB 181 (Updated April 29, 2009 5:42 pm - DI 106)

Sex crimes. Expands the range of possible offenders for the crime of child seduction by adding persons employed by a charter school or special education cooperative and persons otherwise affiliated with a school corporation, charter school, nonpublic school, or special education cooperative if the person affiliated with the school or cooperative: (1) has a position of trust with respect to a child who attends the school or cooperative; (2) is engaged in the provision of care to or supervision of a child who attends the school or cooperative; and (3) is at least four years older than the child. Provides that a military recruiter whose primary job is recruiting individuals to enlist with the armed forces commits child seduction if the military recruiter is attempting to enlist a child at least 16 years of age but less than 18 years of age and: (1) engages in sexual intercourse with the child; (2) engages in deviate sexual conduct with the child; or (3) fondles the child. Provides that an attempted sex offense may be used to establish that a person is a repeat sex offender. Establishes a procedure for the release of medical information relevant to the prosecution or defense of a person who has been charged with a potentially disease transmitting offense. Allows a prosecuting attorney to petition a court to order a defendant charged with the commission of: (1) a potentially disease transmitting offense; or (2) an offense involving the transmission of a bodily fluid; to submit to a screening test to determine whether the defendant is infected with a dangerous disease. Makes conforming amendments. Repeals a similar provision in current law that applies only to screening tests for HIV.
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