The department of law, the department of corrections, and the state judicial department shall cooperate to determine the cost of and actively pursue federal funding and contributions from any public or private entity for the purpose of developing, implementing, and maintaining a teleconferencing system for conducting proceedings in connection with state or federal civil actions filed by an inmate against a public defendant. On or before December 1, 1996, the state judicial department shall inform the judiciary committees of the general assembly of the progress made in pursuing funds for the development of the system. On or before March 1, 1996, the state judicial department shall submit a detailed plan to implement the use of a teleconferencing system for all proceedings in which an inmate is a witness or a party.
Source: L. 95: Entire article added, p. 480, 1, effective July 1.
Article 20. Actions
Part 1. Survival of Actions
Part 2. Actions Abolished - Marital
Part 3. Informed Consent to Medical Procedures
Part 4. Written Informed Consent to Electroconvulsive Treatments
Part 5. Actions Against Architects, Engineers, and Land Surveyors
Part 6. Actions Against Licensed Professionals
Part 7. Actions Based on Environmental Liability
Part 8. Construction Defect Actions for Property Loss and Damage
Part 9. Class Actions
Part 10. Injuries Occurring Out of State
Part 11. Actions Involving the Exercise of Certain Constitutional Rights
13-20-101. What actions survive
13-20-102. Effect of repeal