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H.R.3627 - Kilah Davenport Child Protection Act of 2013

To require the Attorney General to report on State law penalties for certain child abusers, and for other purposes. view all titles (6)

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  • Short: Kilah Davenport Child Protection Act of 2013 as enacted.
  • Short: Kilah Davenport Child Protection Act of 2013 as passed senate.
  • Short: Kilah Davenport Child Protection Act of 2013 as passed house.
  • Short: Kilah Davenport Child Protection Act of 2013 as reported to house.
  • Short: Kilah Davenport Child Protection Act of 2013 as introduced.
  • Official: To require the Attorney General to report on State law penalties for certain child abusers, and for other purposes. as introduced.

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12/02/13
 
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05/07/14
 
05/20/14
 

Official Summary

Kilah Davenport Child Protection Act of 2013 - Directs the Attorney General to report every three years to the congressional judiciary committees on the penalties for violations of laws prohibiting child abuse in each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and each U.S. territory, incl

Official Summary

Kilah Davenport Child Protection Act of 2013 - Directs the Attorney General to report every three years to the congressional judiciary committees on the penalties for violations of laws prohibiting child abuse in each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and each U.S. territory, including whether the laws of that jurisdiction provide for enhanced penalties when the victim has suffered serious bodily injury or permanent or protracted loss or impairment of any mental or emotional function. Amends the federal criminal code to apply certain increased criminal penalties against any person who commits domestic assault and who has a final conviction on at least two separate prior occasions under state, federal, or tribal court proceedings (a habitual offender) for offenses that would be, if subject to federal jurisdiction, assault, sexual abuse, or a serious violent felony against a spouse or intimate partner (as under current law) or against a child of, or in the care of, the person committing the domestic assault.

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