Status Summary

Exec action taken in the Early Learning & Human Services committee on 2/2 and referred to Appropriations
On 2/5, HB2895 first substitute bill was passed in Appropriations and was referred to Rules.
On 2/13, placed on second reading in Rules and on 2/19 referred to Rules 2 Consideration.
HB2895 did not come up for a vote in the House and therefore is dead.
(updated 2/22)

Legislative Session





Rep. Frame

2895 modifies provisions regarding subjecting a person to exclusive adult jurisdiction and the extension of juvenile court jurisdiction over serious cases to age 25.

It includes language that states the juvenile court shall maintain residual juvenile court jurisdiction up to age 25 if the juvenile has turned 18 years of age during the adult criminal court proceedings, but only for the purpose of returning a case to juvenile court for disposition.

Effective July 1, 2019.