Still More Ky Dom Rel Legislation Introduced

HB 376 Would amend KRS 403.735 to require each court to designate at least one day per week for domestic violence hearings; amend KRS 403.740 to require an emergency protective order to remain in effect until the full domestic violence hearing occurs; require the date, time, and place of the full hearing to be noted on the emergency protective order upon service to the adverse party; require notice to be sent to the petitioner; amend KRS 403.745 to require a summons for a domestic violence hearing to remain in effect until the h

HB 376 Would amend KRS 403.735 to require each court to designate at least one day per week for domestic violence hearings; amend KRS 403.740 to require an emergency protective order to remain in effect until the full domestic violence hearing occurs; require the date, time, and place of the full hearing to be noted on the emergency protective order upon service to the adverse party; require notice to be sent to the petitioner; amend KRS 403.745 to require a summons for a domestic violence hearing to remain in effect until the hearing occurs; require the date, time, and place of the full hearing to be noted on the summons upon service to the adverse party; require notice to be sent to the petitioner. Jan 25-introduced in House
UPDATE: Still in house judiciary committee 3/24/08

HB 352 Would create a new section of KRS Chapter 527, relating to firearms and weapons, to prohibit a person who is subject to a domestic violence order from possessing or attempting to possess a firearm; establish possession of a firearm by a person subject to a domestic violence order as a Class D felony.
Jan 23-introduced in House
UPDATE: Still in house judiciary committee 3/24/08

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