The Committee on Finance moves to amend the title of the bill to read as follows:

    S.B. 204 - A BILL to amend and reenact §14-2A-3, §14-2A-9, §14-2A-12, §14-2A-14 and §14-2A-18 of the Code of West Virginia, 1931, as amended, all relating to compensation awards to victims of crimes generally; redefining terms; increasing the amount of victim relocation costs; allowing student loans obtained by a victim to be treated as a lost scholarship in certain instances; eliminating the authority to make awards of compensation for damage caused by operation of a methamphetamine laboratory under certain circumstances; modifying required time period in which a claimant should report offense to law enforcement under certain circumstances; requiring that a criminal complaint being filed is a prerequisite to filing a claim in certain circumstances; allowing victims of sexual offenses to undergo a forensic examination rather than reporting to law enforcement; authorizing awards of compensation to juvenile victims of crime without the requirement of filing a criminal complaint or reporting to law enforcement or the performance of a forensic exam; permitting the Court of Claims to hire two additional claim investigators; and permitting claim investigators to acquire autopsy reports from the State Medical Examiner.”