Analysis

Synopsis:

 Amended Synopsis March 01, 2021:

HJCa1/HB 156: The House Judiciary Committee amendment 1 to House Bill 156 prescribes a penalty for criminal sexual penetration by a peace officer, probation officer or parole officer on a person under the real or apparent authority of that officer.

Original Analysis January 26, 2021:

House Bill 156 (HB 156) makes changes to Criminal Sexual Penetration, Section 30-9-11 NMSA 1978. HB 156 prescribes a second-degree felony penalty for criminal sexual penetration by a peace officer on a suspect, victim, witness, or detained person.

Analysis:

 House Bill 156 (HB 156) makes changes to Criminal Sexual Penetration, Section 30-9-11 NMSA 1978, Subsection E. Criminal Sexual Penetration in the second-degree will now also consist of all criminal sexual penetration perpetrated by:

New:
•	a peace officer on a suspect, victim, witness, or detained person in the care or custody of any peace officer.

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