West Virginia Interim Joint Standing Committee on the Judiciary meets December 12-14, will examine family law

The West Virginia Legislature’s December interim meetings are being held this week, including the Joint Standing Committee on the Judiciary and its three subcommittees.

Topics to be discussed include:

December 12

Subcommittee C: Presentations of draft legislation relating to disability of elected officials & creation of the office of Lieutenant Governor

Subcommittee A: Public Safety and Offender Accountability Act

December 13

Subcommittee B: Family Law

December 14

Subcommittee C: Deer Farming

Full Committee: Reports of the subcommittees, plus construction of correctional facility & bill relating to rule-making process

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