Judiciary Committee

Official committee webpage: http://www.maine.gov/legis/house/jt_com/jud.htm

Jurisdiction:

  • Judicial system organization and budget
  • criminal procedure
  • civil procedure
  • civil actions, including torts and medical malpractice
  • Maine Tort Claims Act
  • liability
  • immunity
  • child protection
  • family law
  • domestic relations
  • child support
  • adoption
  • legal services
  • attorneys
  • Attorney General
  • District Attorneys
  • abortion and reproductive rights
  • civil rights
  • medical rights
  • human rights
  • Maine Human Rights Commission
  • protection from harassment
  • protection from abuse
  • guardianship and conservatorship
  • probate law
  • property law
  • property rights
  • unclaimed property
  • business and nonprofit organizations
  • Uniform Commercial Code
  • laws relating to Maine’s Indian Tribes, including the Maine Indian Land Claims Settlement Act
  • Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission
  • freedom of access, confidentiality and privacy laws
  • errors and inconsistencies.

Jurisdiction source: Office of Policy and Legal Analysis

Committee Members:

  • Sen. David Burns of Washington (R-6) — e-mail | Twitter
  • Sen. Amy Volk of Cumberland (R-30) — e-mail | Twitter
  • Sen. Christopher Johnson of Lincoln (D-13) — e-mail
  • Rep. Barry Hobbins of Saco (D-14) — e-mail | Twitter
  • Rep. Kimberly Monaghan of Cape Elizabeth (D-30) — e-mail | Twitter
  • Rep. Matthew Moonen of Portland (D-38) — e-mail | Twitter
  • Rep. Joyce McCreight of Harpswell (D-51) — e-mail
  • Rep. Charlotte Warren of Hallowell (D-84) — e-mail | Twitter
  • Rep. Stacey Guerin of Glenburn (R-102) — e-mail
  • Rep. Roger Sherman of Hodgdon (R-144) — e-mail
  • Rep. Phyllis Ginzler of Bridgton (R-69) — e-mail
  • Rep. Lloyd Herrick of Paris (R-73) — e-mail
  • Rep. Jeffrey Evangelos of Friendship (I-91) — e-mail
  • Rep. Wayne Mitchell of the Penobscot Nation (-152) — e-mail
  • Cooperation in Committee:


    This information was last updated on Wednesday the 13th of January 2016 at 06:59:02 PM.

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