3/19/2013 Highlights

On Tuesday, March 19, 2013, at 9:00 A.M., Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Tricia Nakamatsu testified before the Hawaii Senate Ways and Means Committee in support of HB200 HD1 relating to the state budget, supporting an appropriation for the Department of the Prosecuting Attorney of the City and County of Honolulu.

At 2:00 P.M., I testified before the Hawaii House Judiciary Committee in support of our department’s SB873 SD2 that creates standards and procedures for income-withholding, for purposes of enforcing restitution orders; amends the definition of “debt” relating to the recovery of money owed to the State to include court-ordered restitution subject to civil enforcement; provides priority of income withholding orders; removes court’s authority to revoke restitution once ordered; extends victims’ access to adult probation records, to include access to payment compliance records, for purposes of enforcing restitution orders; requires that any bail posted by a defendant be applied toward payment of any court-ordered restitution in the same case; and makes an unspecified appropriation to the judiciary for the purpose of enhancing restitution collection.

In the evening, I exercised for the 22nd time for 2013. I did strength training for my abs and shoulder, and cardio by running 4.77 miles in Honolulu.

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