General Assembly: 81 (2005 Regular GA) - Chapter 58 - Criminal law and procedure — duration of no-contact orders


Published: 2005-04-27

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154LAWS OF THE EIGHTY-FIRST G.A., 2005 SESSIONCH. 58

CH. 58CH. 58

CHAPTER 58

CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE — DURATION OF NO-CONTACT ORDERS

S.F. 370

AN ACT relating to the duration of a no-contact order in a criminal case.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 901.5, subsection 7A, paragraph b, unnumbered paragraph 1, Code 2005, is amended to read as follows: The duration of the no-contact order may extend for a period of five years from the date the

judgment is entered or the deferred judgment is granted, or up to the maximum term of con- finement plus one additional year, whichever is greater. The court may order the no-contact order regardless of whether the defendant is placed on probation.

Approved April 27, 2005

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CH. 59CH. 59

CHAPTER 59

REGISTRATION OF POSTSECONDARY SCHOOLS — IOWA COORDINATING COUNCIL FOR POST-HIGH SCHOOL

EDUCATION COMMENTS — OPEN MEETINGS

H.F. 276

ANACT requiring thatmeetings relating topostsecondary school registrationheldby the Iowa coordinating council for post-high school education be open to the public.

Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1. Section 261.2, subsection 7, unnumbered paragraph 2, Code 2005, is amended to read as follows: The commission may require a school seeking registration under chapter 261B to provide

copies of its application to the Iowa coordinating council for post-high school education. The commission may consider comments from the council that are received by the commission within ninety days of the filing of the application. However, if the council meets to consider comments for submission to the commission, themeeting shall be open to the public and sub- ject to the provisions of chapter 21. The commission shall render a decision on an application for registration within one hundred eighty days of the filing of the application.

Approved April 27, 2005