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Legislative Update 2022

The Judiciary provided testimony on the following measures during the Thirty-First Legislature, 2022 Regular Session.

Click on measure number to view the current version of the measure, status, testimony submitted, and other pertinent information.

MEASURE NO. COMP. TITLE DESCRIPTION
JUDICIARY PACKAGE BILLS      
HB1536 SB2113 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY Appropriates supplemental funds for the Judiciary for the fiscal biennium beginning 7/1/2021 and ending 6/30/2023.
HB1537 SB2114 RELATING TO THE CHILDREN’S JUSTICE PROGRAM Updates the purpose of the children’s justice program to include investigation and management of cases involving suspected or confirmed child sex trafficking, commercial sexual exploitation of children, other child maltreatment, and child witnesses to crime or violence. Makes conforming amendments.
HB1538 SB2115 RELATING TO THE ROOM CONFINEMENT OF MINORS Establishes conditions and time limits for placing a minor in room confinement at a detention or shelter facility. Effective upon approval.
HB1539 SB2116 RELATING TO THE SAFETY OF JUDICIARY PERSONNEL Prohibits the posting of judges’ and other court staff’s personal information on the internet with the intent to intimidate or threaten. Establishes a judicial security task force to review and recommend additional measures for ensuring the safety of federal and state judges and specified judicial staff while taking into consideration the operational needs of government offices, agencies and the public.
OTHER MEASURES      
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SB1346 RELATING TO JUROR COMPENSATION Increases compensation for a juror or a prospective juror from $30 to $50 for each day of attendance at court.
SB2027 RELATING TO MURDER Amends provisions relating to first degree murder. Adds a person commits the offense of first degree murder if the person knowingly or intentionally causes the death of another person that is less than fourteen years old or pregnant with a viable fetus. Adds a person commits the offense of first degree murder if the murder was especially heinous, atrocious, or cruel manifesting exceptional depravity.
SB2130 HB1624 RELATING TO THE CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION FEE Repeals the discretion of a Court to waive payment of the Crime Victim Compensation Fee due to the defendant’s inability to pay.
SB2132 RELATING TO ADULT MENTAL HEALTH Restores Department of Health Adult Mental Health Division funding and permanent positions cut during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. Appropriates moneys.
SB2133 HB1884 RELATING TO THE STATEWIDE TRAFFIC CODE Requires any person operating a vehicle with an ignition interlock to have government issued identification in their immediate possession. Expands the offense of circumventing or tampering with an ignition interlock to include obscuring the camera lens or not providing a picture of the driver. Establishes a new fine for those who operate or assume actual physical control of a motor vehicle while having a blood alcohol content of .05-.08.
SB2343 RELATING TO THE FAMILY COURT Allows cases within the jurisdiction of the Intermediate Court of Appeals involving a judgment, order, or decree of a family court that affect the custody of a child or minor, including involuntary termination of parental rights, to be transferred to the Supreme Court.
SB2347 HB2038 RELATING TO CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS Requires the language and meaning of any proposed constitutional amendment and ratification question to be simple, concise, and direct to the extent practicable. Allows the presiding officers of the Legislature to request a written opinion of the Supreme Court regarding the legality of a proposed amendment to the Hawaii State Constitution and the corresponding constitutional ratification question. Requires the supreme court to provide a written opinion within 48 hours of receipt of the request. Requires, for any written opinion by the supreme court that invalidates a constitutional ratification question, a detailed and specific explanation of the reasons for this opinion. Prohibits any appeal of a written opinion.
SB2370 HB1648 RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS Establishes the Office of Homelessness and Housing Solutions within the Department of Human Services to be headed by the Governor’s Coordinator on Homelessness. Establishes the Homelessness and Housing Solutions Special Fund and appropriates $2,000,000 out of the general fund revenues, to be expended by the Department of Human Services for the administration of the Office of Homelessness and Housing Solutions.
SB2371 HB1662 RELATING TO HOMELESSNESS Establishes a statewide homelessness shelter and housing data clearinghouse within the Department of Human Services to be administered by the Governor’s Coordinator on Homelessness. Makes an appropriation.
SB2390 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY Increases the number of associate judges on the Intermediate Court of Appeals from five to six. Appropriates funds.
SB2391 RELATING TO THE ZERO TO THREE COURT Establishes a Zero to Three program coordinator position. Expands the Zero to Three court program to the Third Circuit. Appropriates funds.
SB2392 HB1843 RELATING TO CIVIL LEGAL SERVICES Appropriates funds for the Judiciary to purchase civil legal services for low and moderate income persons.
SB2395 RELATING TO COERCIVE CONTROL Adds coercive control and litigation abuse by a parent of a child to the list of factors to be considered by the court in determining what constitutes the best interest of the child when awarding custody and visitation rights to individuals in actions for divorce, separation, annulment, separate maintenance, or any other proceeding where there is at issue a dispute as to the custody of a minor child. Defines “coercive control” and “litigation abuse”.
SB2397 HB1851 RELATING TO CHILD CUSTODY Requires certain individuals attempting to serve as child custody evaluators to complete a training course on domestic violence issues every 3 years. Requires the Family Court to approve training courses and publish approved courses on the Judiciary website.
SB2422 HB2301 RELATING TO FAMILY COURT Requires certain persons to immediately submit a written report to the court if the person has reason to believe that a child in foster custody has suffered an injury that may arise to a tort claim. Establishes procedures for Family Court upon receipt of the written report, including required contents of an order appointing a master. Appropriates funds.
SB2458 HB1759 RELATING TO LEGAL SERVICES FOR LOW-INCOME IMMIGRANTS Appropriates $250,000 to the Judiciary to contract with non-profit organizations to provide legal counsel and assistance to low-income immigrants. Defines “low income” to mean a person whose family income is no more than the federal poverty level.
SB2514 HB2344 RELATING TO PROBATION Creates a good time credit system, by which criminal defendant on probation may reduce their time on probation through compliance with conditions of probation. Provides that a condition of probation that prohibits unnecessary associations may only apply with respect to certain persons having a connection to the underlying crime or the prosecution of the crime. Provides that a condition that prohibits the possession or use of alcohol or unauthorized drugs may only be imposed if it reasonably related to the crime for which the defendant was convicted. Provides that substance abuse treatment shall not be required of a defendant on probation if a program is not available in the county of the defendant’s residence or if the defendant has not been accepted into a program. Prohibits incarceration for certain technical violations.
SB2529 RELATING TO BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES Appropriates funds for fiscal year 2022-2023 to accommodate the anticipated increase in the volume of calls to Hawaii CARES Crisis Helpline following the transition of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s dial code to “9-8-8” on July 16, 2022. 
SB2641 HB1780 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY Appropriates moneys for residential programs that allow minor children to remain with their mothers, to reduce the risk of trauma and multigenerational incarceration, including community-based furlough programs, residential drug treatment programs, therapeutic community programs, and mental health programs.
SB2642 HB2211 RELATING TO FAMILY Establishes an exemption from mediation in paternity proceedings where there are allegations of domestic abuse. Amends the exemption from mediation in divorce proceedings by disallowing mediation when there are allegations of domestic violence.
SB2681 HB1908 RELATING TO PROCUREMENT Allows bidders to clarify or correct immaterial or technical information required as part of a bid submission for up to twenty-four hours after the bid submission deadline. Requires that bids for construction be opened no sooner than twenty-four hours after the deadline for the submission of bids. Defines “immaterial or technical information”. Effective 07/01/2050. Repeals 07/01/2024.
SB2687 HB1580 RELATING TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE Specifies under the Hawaii Rules of Evidence that a court may order that the testimony of witnesses be taken through a live two-way video connection in certain circumstances.
SB2734 HB1870 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY’S ‘OLELO HAWAI‘I INITIATIVES Appropriates funds for staff positions and various services to support the ‘Olelo Hawai‘i Initiatives.
SB2735 RELATING TO BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CRISIS STABILIZATION BEDS Appropriates funds to the Adult Mental Health Division of the Department of Health to support increased behavioral health crisis stabilization beds.
SB2740 RELATING TO GUARDIANS AD LITEM Allows the judiciary to compensate guardians ad litem for involuntary hospitalization and assisted community treatment petitions at a rate higher than existing statutory guidelines. Makes an appropriation.
SB2747 RELATING TO THE UNIFORM PARENTAGE ACT Repeals and replaces the Uniform Parentage Act of 1973 with the Uniform Parentage Act of 2017. Effective 1/1/2023.
SB2772 RELATING TO FURLOUGH AND DRUG TREATMENT PROGRAMS Appropriates funds to the Judiciary to create and expand existing community-based furlough programs, residential drug treatment, therapeutic living, and mental health programs for judiciary-involved women, and to create and fund a comprehensive data base regarding justice-involved women and their families to better inform decisions regarding diversion from prison, rehabilitation in prison, and transition out of prison.
SB2836 HB1733 RELATING TO JUVENILE JUSTICE Requires the Judiciary to create a separate employment classification for juvenile probation officers. Establishes minimum procedures for the appointment of juvenile probation officers. Requires reports to the Legislature on the status of the implementation of this Act.
SB2856 RELATING TO PRETRIAL RELEASE Requires the court to extend the duration of a restraining order or protective order issued against a pretrial detainee if the detainee is granted a motion for pretrial release.
SB2872 HB1676 RELATING TO DATA COLLECTION Requires that the sexual orientation and gender identity of persons processed for crimes be included in the systems of identification.
SB2878 RELATING TO CHILDREN Expands the original jurisdiction of family court to include proceedings for declaration of emancipation of minors. Expands the circumstances under which a minor shall be deemed to be emancipated to include the time when the minor is on active duty with the Armed Forces of the United States and upon issuance of a declaration of emancipation by the family court. Specifies the rights of an emancipated minor. Allows a minor who has reached the age of sixteen years to petition the family court for a declaration of emancipation. Requires the court to take certain actions regarding investigation of the petition, appointment of a guardian ad litem and legal counsel for the petitioning minor, and the findings necessary to grant the petition. Requires the court to order the minor’s parents or legal guardian to pay for any services ordered by the court for the petition. Allows certain parties to petition the family court for voidance or rescission of a declaration of emancipation. Allows parties to appeal the court’s decision to the intermediate court of appeals.
SB2885 RELATING TO ADVANCING CIVIC ENGAGEMENT Appropriates funds for one full-time equivalent (1.0 FTE) position at the Public Access Room to provide educational outreach and engagement with Hawaii public schools.
SB3085 HB2117 RELATING TO THE HAWAII CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE Updates the Hawaii Code of Military Justice, by repealing chapter 124A, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and adding a new chapter to promote order and discipline in the State Military Forces by fostering an independent military justice system and updating nonjudicial punishment and courts-martial procedures.
SB3165 HB2247 RELATING TO OPERATING A VEHICLE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF AN INTOXICANT Lengthens the driver’s license revocation period for first time offenders convicted of operating a vehicle under the influence of an intoxicant who do not install an ignition interlock device. Allows early termination of driver’s license revocation after nine months upon showing three consecutive months of ignition interlock use without any violations.
SB3194 RELATING TO THE ENFORCEMENT OF LAWS Establishes an expeditious adjudication system for the processing of fireworks infractions. Increases the fireworks display permit fee and the fine for certain fireworks violations. Clarifies what constitutes a separate violation. Increases the penalty for removing or extracting pyrotechnic contents. Authorizes the Sheriff Division to enforce the fireworks control law. Requires the Attorney General to establish an explosion detection technology working group. Requires the Department of Public Safety to develop and implement a web-based reporting tool for illegal fireworks. Appropriates moneys.
SB3207 HB2421 RELATING TO WOMEN’S COURT Establishes a three year women’s court pilot program within the judiciary’s first circuit. Establishes temporary positions. Requires a report. Appropriates funds. Repeals 6/30/2025.
SB3227 HB2365 RELATING TO ELECTRONIC CITATIONS Creates an electronic citation program under the judiciary and establishes an electronic citation surcharge. Appropriates funds. Effective 1/1/2023.
SB3245 RELATING TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING Requires the Department of Human Services to develop, and certain businesses and establishments to post, a notice containing information about the National Human Trafficking Hotline. Requires the Department of the Attorney General to establish a human trafficking statewide coordinator and program and to submit reports to the Legislature on efforts to address human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of children. Requires the children’s justice program to coordinate the investigation and case management of child trafficking cases, including those involving commercial sexual exploitation of children. Specifies that court-ordered restitution for labor trafficking may include medical costs of necessary victim rehabilitation. Requires a person convicted of sex trafficking to forfeit assets from trafficking activity and requires that assets first be used to pay restitution and damages owed to the trafficking victim. Provides a process for trafficking victims to have criminal records expunged in certain circumstances.
SB3293 HB2259 RELATING TO ASSISTANCE FOR PERSONS COMPLETING A TERM OF IMPRISONMENT Establishes within the judiciary a five-year recidivism prevention pilot program consisting of three components: a housing voucher program, child care voucher program, and income tax credit for employers to assist the reentry efforts of certain individuals who exited the Women’s Community Correctional Center, for two years after the exit. Establishes five transition navigator positions within the judiciary. Appropriates funds.
SB3295 HB2258 RELATING TO CORRECTIONS Establishes the women’s corrections implementation commission within the department of public safety to provide oversight over state correctional facilities and community correctional centers that incarcerate women; receive and investigate complaints from incarcerated women; monitor the criminal justice system’s progress in implementing reforms; and monitor programs and data that are important to ensuring successful outcomes for women in the correctional system. Requires annual reports to the legislature.
SCR54 REQUESTING THE JUDICIARY TO PERMANENTLY PROVIDE AN OPTION ALLOWING PETITIONERS OF TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDERS TO REMOTELY TESTIFY FOR THOSE HEARINGS
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HB1415, HD1 RELATING TO THREAT ASSESSMENT Establishes a program within the Hawaii state fusion center to train, establish, and operate threat assessment teams, including for educational institutions. Appropriates moneys. Effective 7/1/2050. (HD1)
HB1448 SB2051 RELATING TO TRAFFIC FINES Authorizes the respective counties to impose and collect fines for violations of the Statewide Traffic Code, in addition to the fines imposed by the State under Chapter 291C, HRS.
HB1459 SB2086 RELATING TO JUVENILE RESTITUTION Requires victim restitution in certain juvenile cases. Clarifies the definition of “victim” for purposes of victim restitution in these cases.
HB1567 RELATING TO CRIMINAL PRETRIAL REFORM Eliminates the use of monetary bail and requires defendants to be released on their own recognizance for traffic offenses; violations; and nonviolent petty misdemeanor, misdemeanor, and class C felony offenses, with certain exceptions. Requires PSD to take steps to provide videoconferencing to a defendant who chooses to participate in a bail report interview via videoconference.
HB1580 SB2687 RELATING TO CRIMINAL PROCEDURE Specifies under the Hawaii Rules of Evidence that a court may order that the testimony of witnesses be taken through a live two-way video connection in certain circumstances.
HB1624 SB2130 RELATING TO THE CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION FEE Repeals the discretion of a Court to waive payment of the Crime Victim Compensation Fee due to the defendant’s inability to pay.
HB1653 SB2761 RELATING TO AQUATIC RESOURCES Establishes a tiered administrative fine system for each specimen of aquatic life taken, killed, or injured. Establishes a criminal fine structure on a per-specimen basis for violations involving aquatic life. Authorizes the department of land and natural resources to recommend community service that benefits the resource damaged when a person is ordered to perform community service in lieu of a fine. Authorizes the department of land and natural resources to recommend to the certain probationary terms and conditions to the court.
HB1666 RELATING TO MENTAL HEALTH Establishes a pilot program within the adult mental services division of the department of health to expand existing county programs that make one or more licensed mental health counselors available to assist county first responders in responding to mental health crises in areas in the urban core with high rates of homelessness. Requires a report to the legislature. Appropriates funds.
HB1676 SB2872 RELATING TO DATA COLLECTION Requires that the sexual orientation and gender identity of persons processed for crimes be included in the systems of identification.
HB1683 RELATING TO CIVIC EDUCATION Requires the Department of Education, in consultation with the Commission to Promote and Advance Civic Education, to develop and implement curriculum in civic education as a component of high school United States history courses.
HB1759 SB2458 RELATING TO LEGAL SERVICES FOR LOW-INCOME IMMIGRANTS Appropriates funds to the judiciary to contract with non-profit organizations to provide legal counsel and assistance to low-income immigrants.
HB1780 SB2641 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY Appropriates moneys for residential programs that allow minor children to remain with their mothers, to reduce the risk of trauma and multigenerational incarceration, including community-based furlough programs, residential drug treatment programs, therapeutic community programs, and mental health programs. Effective 7/1/3000.
HB1841 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY Increases the rate of compensation and maximum allowable amounts per case for court-appointed counsel and guardian ad litem. Appropriates funds.
HB1843 SB2392 RELATING TO CIVIL LEGAL SERVICES Appropriates funds for the Judiciary to purchase civil legal services for low and moderate income persons.
HB1862 RELATING TO EVICTION RECORDS Requires that all court records of any eviction proceeding be sealed within specified timeframes upon resolution of the proceeding. Authorizes the court to seal certain eviction records prior to the expiration of these timeframes upon motion by a tenant who is able to demonstrate that certain conditions apply. Requires the clerk of the court to provide access to sealed eviction records to the tenant. Makes it a discriminatory practice to require a person to disclose a sealed eviction record as a condition of certain real property transactions. Prohibits discrimination in real property transactions against a person with a sealed eviction record.
HB1863 RELATING TO LANDLORD-TENANT DISPUTES Provides for state-funded access to legal services to residential tenants in actions or proceedings for possession, with full access to each income-eligible tenant available by 7/1/2027. Authorizes attorneys, paralegals, and law students to provide the legal services. Appropriates funds for the judiciary to contract for the legal services.
HB1870 SB2734 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY’S ‘OLELO HAWAI‘I INITIATIVES Appropriates funds for staff positions and various services to support the ‘Olelo Hawai‘i Initiatives.
HB1878 RELATING TO THE JUDICIARY Amends the period in which the supreme court is in session to annual terms commencing on the first Monday in January of each year. Effective 1/1/2024.
HB1884 SB2133 RELATING TO THE STATEWIDE TRAFFIC CODE Prohibits any person whose driver’s license has been administratively revoked or who has been convicted for offenses involving operating a vehicle under the influence of an intoxicant from being eligible for a driver’s license without providing proof of compliance with the ignition interlock law. Prohibits a person from driving for two years if the person does not own or have the use of a vehicle for the installation of an ignition interlock device or is otherwise unable to drive during the revocation period. Effective 1/1/2050. 
HB1908 SB2681 RELATING TO PROCUREMENT Allows bidders to clarify or correct immaterial or technical information required as part of a bid submission for up to twenty-four hours after the bid submission deadline. Requires that bids for construction be opened no sooner than twenty-four hours after the deadline for the submission of bids. Defines “immaterial or technical information”.
HB1964 RELATED TO SUMMARY POSSESSION Requires that a current GET license number for any rental income be filed with the complaint to the court for summary possession proceedings. Requires the judiciary to submit an annual list of certain information regarding summary possession cases to the department of taxation.
HB2038 SB2347 RELATING TO CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS Requires the language and meaning of any proposed constitutional amendment and ratification question to be simple, concise, and direct to the extent practicable. Allows the presiding officers of the Legislature to request a written opinion of the Supreme Court regarding the legality of a proposed amendment to the Hawaii State Constitution and the corresponding constitutional ratification question. Requires the supreme court to provide a written opinion within 48 hours of receipt of the request. Requires, for any written opinion by the supreme court that invalidates a constitutional ratification question, a detailed and specific explanation of the reasons for this opinion. Prohibits any appeal of a written opinion.
HB2117 SB3085 RELATING TO THE HAWAII CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE Updates the Hawaii Code of Military Justice, by repealing chapter 124A, Hawaii Revised Statutes, and adding a new chapter to promote order and discipline in the State Military Forces by fostering an independent military justice system and updating nonjudicial punishment and courts-martial procedures. Effective 7/1/3000.
HB2171 SB3139 RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY Establishes a department of law enforcement to consolidate and administer criminal law enforcement and investigations functions of the State effective upon approval and reestablishes the department of public safety as an independent department of corrections and rehabilitation to administer the corrections, rehabilitation, and reentry of the inmate population effective 1/1/2023. Transfers the law enforcement functions of the department of public safety to the department of law enforcement effective 1/1/2023, and the law enforcement functions of the department of transportation, the non-statutorily mandated functions of the investigations division of the department of the attorney general, and the office of homeland security to the department of law enforcement effective 7/1/2023. Establishes a training center.
HB2247 SB3165 RELATING TO OPERATING A VEHICLE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF AN INTOXICANT Lengthens the driver’s license revocation period for first time offenders convicted of operating a vehicle under the influence of an intoxicant who do not install an ignition interlock device. Allows early termination of driver’s license revocation after nine months upon showing three consecutive months of ignition interlock use without any violations.
HB2275 RELATING TO FIREWORKS INFRACTIONS Establishes an expeditious adjudication system for the processing of fireworks infractions. Appropriates funds.
HB2309 RELATING TO INCARCERATION Appropriates moneys for the development and maintenance of diversion, reentry, and rehabilitation services and programs by non-profit organizations in the State.
HB2312 SB2776 RELATING TO PRISON REFORM Establishes the Women’s Corrections Implementation Commission in the Judiciary to ensure implementation of the recommendations from the final report from the House Concurrent Resolution No. 85 (2016) task force, to develop and implement an evidence-based, gender-responsive plan to divert non-violent women offenders, especially those with minor children, from the criminal justice system. Requires that the task force also consider model programs including residential, in-person and community-based rehabilitation programs, supportive and subsidized housing, restorative justice, and educational programs.
HB2336 RELATING TO THE PHOTO RED LIGHT IMAGING DETECTOR SYSTEMS PROGRAM Clarifies certain provisions in chapter 291J, Hawaii Revised Statutes, to better reflect the legislative intent of the photo red light imaging detector systems program. Amends Act 30, Session Laws of Hawaii 2020, as amended, to account for the current timetable of the photo red light imaging detector systems program.
HB2344 SB2514 RELATING TO PROBATION Creates a good time credit system, by which criminal defendant on probation may reduce their time on probation through compliance with conditions of probation. Provides that a condition of probation that prohibits unnecessary associations may only apply with respect to certain persons having a connection to the underlying crime or the prosecution of the crime. Provides that a condition that prohibits the possession or use of alcohol or unauthorized drugs may only be imposed if it reasonably related to the crime for which the defendant was convicted. Provides that substance abuse treatment shall not be required of a defendant on probation if a program is not available in the county of the defendant’s residence or if the defendant has not been accepted into a program. Prohibits incarceration for certain technical violations.
HB2365 SB3227 RELATING TO ELECTRONIC CITATIONS Creates an electronic citation program under the judiciary and establishes an electronic citation surcharge. Appropriates funds. Effective 1/1/2023.
HB2421 SB3207 RELATING TO WOMEN’S COURT Establishes a three year women’s court pilot program within the judiciary’s first circuit. Establishes temporary positions. Requires a report. Appropriates funds. Repeals 6/30/2025.
HB2494 RELATING TO CIVIC EDUCATION Appropriates funds for the expansion of civic education in the public schools and for one full-time equivalent permanent civic education resource teacher position.
HCR11 REQUESTING THE CREATION AND ESTABLISHMENT OF A TASK FORCE WITHIN THE JUDICIARY TO DETERMINE THE FEASIBILITY OF AND BEST SYSTEM TO TRANSMIT SERVICE OF NOTICE AND PROCESS VIA ELECTRONIC EMAIL
HCR12 HR10 URGING THE JUDICIARY TO ASSIGN ONE JUDGE FOR THE HOPE PROBATION PROGRAM
HCR16 HR15 REQUESTING THE JUDICIAL COUNCIL TO APPOINT A COMMITTEE TO REVIEW AND RECOMMEND REVISIONS TO THE HAWAII PENAL CODE
HCR64

HR58

REQUESTING THE JUDICIARY CONDUCT A STUDY ON THE NECESSITY OF MANDATORY REFERRALS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES FOR INVESTIGATION OR INTERVENTION IN ALL CASES OF ALLEGED DOMESTIC ABUSE INVOLVING A FAMILY OR HOUSEHOLD MEMBER WHO IS A MINOR OR INCAPACITATED PERSON
HCR143

HR143

SCR89

URGING THE JUDICIARY TO PARTNER WITH SUPPORTING AGENCIES AND REQUEST GRANT FUNDS UNDER THE VICTIMS OF CRIME ACT TO ESTABLISH AND SUPPORT A RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PROGRAM IN EACH COUNTY TO ALLOW VICTIMS AND OFFENDERS AN OPPORTUNITY TO PARTICIPATE IN RESTORATIVE JUSTICE