Legislation Sponsored by Brian Strickland (9)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 12/10/2019

HB 0203 NeutralBreach of Restrictive Covenants - Statute of Limitation Brian Strickland
1/8/2018 Senate Recommitted Judiciary Judiciary -
Larry Ramsey Property Tax Revenue & Finance

This legislation alters various provisions regarding private restrictive covenants on land, including dictating circumstances under which control of such development may transfer to the unit/lot owners for failures on the part of the developer (for example, failure to pay property taxes for two or more years). 

The text of this bill was added to SB 46. 

HB 0367 NegotiatingPublic Employees Privacy Protection Brian Strickland
2/16/2017 House Second Readers Judiciary --
2017/02/17-Report Correctional Institutions/Jail Debra Nesbit District Attorneys Econ. Dev. & Transportation
Georgia Bureau of Investigation Juveniles Law Enforcement Magistrate Court Mandate
Nat. Res. & the Environment Open Records/Meetings Act Probate Court Public Safety and Courts Sheriff
Solicitors State Court Superior Court
This legislation allows certain public safety and judicial officials to execute a certificate of redacted information that requires counties to redact the home address and telephone number of the public safety or judicial official and their relatives from the county's website or other Internet access point within the county's control.
HB 0478 NeutralStrengthen Requirements for Access to Booking Photographs Brian Strickland
2/27/2017 House Second Readers Judiciary Non-Civil --
Correctional Institutions/Jail Debra Nesbit General County Government Law Enforcement Open Records/Meetings Act
Public Safety and Courts
This legislation prohibits law enforcement from providing booking photographs of any who has not been convicted.  It also requires that the requesting party have a Georgia driver's license and physically pick up the copy of the photographs.  
HB 0498 EvaluatingProhibition Against Broadcaster Giving Personally Identifiable Visual Information of a Victim Brian Strickland
2/28/2017 House Second Readers Judiciary --
Debra Nesbit EMS/Ambulance Fire Services Health and Human Services Law Enforcement
Public Safety and Courts
This legislation creates a cause of action against a broadcaster depicting an accident or trauma scene to provide personally identifiable visual information or identification of a victim.
HB 0541 EvaluatingGuns - Prohibit Certain Persons from Owning or Transporting Brian Strickland
3/9/2017 House Second Readers Public Safety and Homeland Security --
Correctional Institutions/Jail Criminal Procedure Econ. Dev. & Transportation Firearms/Carry Laws Health and Human Services
Law Enforcement Public Safety and Courts Todd Edwards
This legislation prohibits individuals convicted of [domestic] simple assault, simple battery, battery, or pointing or aiming a gun at another from receiving, possessing or transporting firearms.   
SB 0377 NeutralState Workforce Development Board Brian Strickland
3/22/2018 Act 289 Industry and Labor Higher Education -
Econ. Dev. & Transportation Economic Development Health and Human Services Larry Ramsey
This bill would create a State Workforce Development Board for purposes of participating in certain federal programs, and would place the Board under the jurisdiction of the Technical College System of Georgia.
SB 0406 NeutralRequirement for Background Check for All Long Term Care Providers Brian Strickland
5/7/2018 Act 420 Human Relations and Aging Public Safety -
2018/02/16 Report 2018/02/23 Report 2018/03/16 Report Debra Nesbit Georgia Bureau of Investigation
Health and Human Services Law Enforcement Public Safety and Courts
This bill enacts background checks for long term care providers via a registry within the Department of Community Health.
SB 0407 SupportCriminal Justice Reform Brian Strickland
5/7/2018 Act 416 Judiciary - Non-Civil Judiciary -
2018/02/16 Report 2018/02/23 Report 2018/03/23 Report Debra Nesbit Public Safety and Courts
This bill is the Governor's annual criminal justice reform bill.  Please click here for a detail summary of the original bill.  H.B. 15 was added to this legislation and it requires attorneys to electronically file all civil cases in state and superior court.  The maximum a vendor may charge is $30.00 per side with $2.00 of each electronic filing to be retained by the county off set the costs of equipment, etc.
SB 0436 NeutralProbate Court Code Modernization Brian Strickland
5/3/2018 Act 405 Judiciary Judiciary -
2018/02/16 Report 2018/02/23 Report 2018/03/09 Report 2018/03/16 Report Clerk of Court
Compensation Debra Nesbit Elections Forfeitures, Fees, and Fine Add Ons Insurance
Insurance Probate Court Public Safety and Courts Sheriff Superior Court
Training
This legislation updates and modernizes the code that governs the operation of probate courts.  The bill also increases the surety bond requirement from $25,000 to $100,000.  Additionally the bill changes the current process of filling a vacancy, from appointment of the associate judge to requiring a special election.
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