Meeting to consider SB 920 and SB 1127

Senate Judiciary Committee

Monday, April 8, 2024 | Off the Floor

Rules Committee Conference Room


  • Senate Bill 920, P.N. 1328 (Langerholc) – Amends the Sexual Assault Testing and Evidence Collection Act of 2006 to establish a statewide sexual assault evidence tracking system. 

        Amendment No. 3916 (Langerholc)– Changes the timeframe for implementation  from six months to one year; makes technical changes; adds requirement to track
        destruction of rape kit; requires participation of all entities involved in collection of evidence; establishes waiver provision for victim compensation program when delay in
        claim is caused by delay in testing of rape kit.

  • Senate Bill 1127 P.N. 1459 (Laughlin) Amends Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) to require that prosecuting attorney notify the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) following the arrest and arraignment of an illegal migrant for a violation of state law. 

        Amendment No. 3907 (Langerholc) – Requires attorney for Commonwealth to promptly notify ICE upon obtaining information indicating that a defendant is present in the
        United States in violation of federal immigration law.

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