2009 Regular Session


File Code: Juvenile Law Prior Year Introduction As: HB 1072/08 - JUD
Sponsored By:
Delegates Conaway and Anderson
Juvenile Law - Custodial Interrogation of a Minor - Recording Restrictions


Prohibiting a police officer from making an electronic recording of a custodial interrogation of a minor without the consent of a parent or guardian of the minor; providing that a statement made by a minor during a custodial interrogation recorded in violation of the Act shall be presumed involuntary and is inadmissible as evidence against the minor in any criminal or juvenile proceeding; etc.

History by Legislative and Calendar Date

Legislative date is used to record history occurring in the Chambers otherwise Calendar date is used.
House Action
First Reading Judiciary
Hearing 3/12 at 1:00 p.m.
Unfavorable Report by Judiciary
Senate Action
No Action

Sponsored by:

Delegate Frank M. Conaway, Jr., District 40
Delegate Curt Anderson, District 43

Bill indexed under the following Subjects:

Investigations and Inquiries -see also- Crim Bckgrnd Invest.
Juvenile Causes
Law Enforcement -see also- State Police, Department of
Minors -see also- Age of Majority; Youth
Recordings -see also- Video

Bill affects the following Statutes:

Criminal Procedure
( 2-401 , 2-405 )


Bill Text (Displayed in PDF Format): First Reading, Third Reading, Enrolled
Fiscal and Policy Note (Displayed in PDF Format): Available
Amendments: None offered