NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Criminal Justice

TIME & DATE:  1:00PM Or upon adjournment
             Wednesday, May 4, 2005

PLACE: Senator Whitmire's desk

CHAIR: Senator John Whitmire

The committee met at Senator Whitmire's desk to vote out the following
pending business:

SB 615            Averitt
Relating to the powers of a Special Agent of the Secret Service to
effect an arrest, search, or seizure.

SB 816            Deuell
Relating to the offense of harassment by persons in certain
correctional facilities and to creating the offense of harassment
of public servant.

SB 951            Estes
Relating to the operation of certain cemeteries using county

SB 1293            Deuell
Relating to prohibiting wireless Internet access to obscene
materials on public property.

SB 1182            West, Royce
Relating to the fraudulent use or possession of a person's
identifying information and to certain fictitious documents.

HB 225            Driver / et al.          SP: Deuell
Relating to the expiration of a renewed license to carry a
concealed handgun.

HB 268            Keel                     SP: Hinojosa
Relating to the qualifications and appointment of counsel for
indigent defendants in capital cases.

HB 546            Bailey                   SP: Whitmire
Relating to certain medical examination requirements in connection
with an allegation of sexual assault of a child.

HB 1239            Hodge                    SP: Hinojosa
Relating to the implementation of unified drug enforcement

HB 1326            Hope                     SP: Whitmire
Relating to community supervision and corrections departments and
to the immunity of certain judges for administrative acts in
connection with those departments.

HB 1695            Hegar                    SP: Seliger
Relating to the appointment and jurisdiction of cattle rangers.

HB 1759            Keel                     SP: Whitmire
Relating to the eligibility for jury-recommended community
supervision and to the conditions of community supervision for
certain defendants convicted of state jail felonies.