COMMITTEE:    Jurisprudence 

TIME & DATE:  1:30 PM or upon adjournment
Tuesday, March 29, 2011 

PLACE:        2E.20 (Betty King Cmte. Rm.) 
CHAIR:        Senator Chris Harris 



To consider the following:


SB 218        Nelson                 
Relating to procedures in certain suits affecting the parent-child relationship and the operation of the child protective services and foster care systems.

SB 376        Wentworth              
Relating to a fee collected for a jury trial in a civil case.

SB 715        Harris | et al.        
Relating to access to a child's medical records by the child's attorney ad litem, guardian ad litem, or amicus attorney.

SB 1025       Harris                 
Relating to service of citation and appointment of an attorney ad litem for an indigent parent in certain suits affecting the parent-child relationship.

SB 1026       Harris                 
Relating to the powers and duties of an attorney ad litem appointed for a parent in certain suits affecting the parent-child relationship.

SB 1098       Huffman                
Relating to prohibited practices regarding unauthorized recordings.

SB 1106       Harris | et al.        
Relating to the exchange of confidential information among certain governmental entities concerning certain juveniles.

SB 1187       Watson                 
Relating to the effect of indexing notices of lis pendens.

SB 1228       Hegar                  
Relating to the duties of district clerks regarding certain electronic filing systems.

SB 1236       West                   
Relating to the reduction and confirmation of child support arrearages and an incentive program to encourage payment of arrearages.

SB 1241       West                   
Relating to authorizing certain courts to access information in the juvenile justice information system.

SB 1242       West                   
Relating to the judicial immunity and powers of certain magistrates.

SB 1267       Uresti                 
Relating to applications for appeal filed with an appellate court.


SB 1308       Seliger                
Relating to the standards for attorneys representing indigent defendants in capital cases.

SB 1322       Fraser                 
Relating to the operation of the Kimble County, McCulloch County, Mason County, and Menard County Juvenile Boards.

SB 1476       Hegar                  
Relating to the minimum continuing legal education requirements for an attorney employed in the executive branch of state government.

SB 1489       Whitmire               
Relating to jurisdiction for the offenses of truancy and failure to attend school.

*Public testimony will be limited to 3 minutes per person.


*If providing written testimony please provide 25 copies to committee staff prior to testifying.


Bills deleted after last posting:

SB 1266 by Uresti




Bills deleted after last posting:

SB 1266


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