House Bill 840/Senate Bill 1252: Petitions in Juvenile Court

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House Bill 840/Senate Bill 1252: Petitions in Juvenile Court
House Senate
Sponsors:
DeBerry
Sponsors:
Norris
Summary:

As introduced, amends the requirements for what is to be included in a petition filed in juvenile court; clarifies the requirement that a court conducting a termination of parental rights hearing admit evidence pursuant to the Tennessee Rules of Evidence.

Summary:

As introduced, amends the requirements for what is to be included in a petition filed in juvenile court; clarifies the requirement that a court conducting a termination of parental rights hearing admit evidence pursuant to the Tennessee Rules of Evidence.

Status:
2/09/2017 Introduced, passed 1st consideration
2/13/2017 Passed 2nd consideration, referred to Civil Justice
4/05/2017 Subcommittee recommend pass
4/11/2017 Committee recommend pass
4/26/2017 Companion bill substituted and passed
Status:
2/09/2017 Introduced, passed 1st consideration
2/13/2017 Passed 2nd consideration, referred to Judiciary
3/22/2017 Recommend for passage
4/03/2017 Passed Senate 31-0
4/27/2017 To Governor
HSLDA's Position:
Support.
HSLDA's Position:
Support.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Action Requested:
None at this time

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