COMMITTEE:   Criminal Jurisprudence 

TIME & DATE: 10:30 AM or upon final adjourn./recess
Tuesday, April 16, 2013 

PLACE:       E2.016 
CHAIR:       Rep. Abel Herrero 


HB 1748       Branch | et al.
Relating to the punishment for defendants who commit certain aggravated sexual assaults.

HB 2572       McClendon
Relating to the qualifications of certain experts authorized to examine a defendant and testify as to the issue of the defendant's sanity or insanity in a criminal case.

HB 1069       McClendon
Relating to the classification of certain misdemeanor and felony theft offenses.

HB 2266       Larson
Relating to the enforcement and prosecution of children for certain fine-only misdemeanors.

HB 3220       Springer
Relating to a presumption regarding certain evidence of a prior conviction.

HB 1275       Smith
Relating to certain fees associated with the installation and monitoring of an ethyl alcohol testing device as a condition of bond.

HB 2344       Zedler
Relating to prosecution of and punishment for the offense of smuggling of persons.

HB 2827       Burkett
Relating to the punishment for the offense of burglary of a vehicle and to grants of community supervision to persons who commit that offense.

HB 2979       Parker
Relating to the prosecution, punishment and supervision of certain offenders involving injury to a child, elderly individual, or disabled individual.

HB 3138       Sheets
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of money laundering and to the forfeiture of certain contraband.

HB 1502       Raymond
Relating to the use of certain disciplinary actions against a child; providing a criminal penalty.

HB 1483       Lozano
Relating to the creation of the offense of commercial sexual exploitation of a child.

HB 2736       White
Relating to the placement on community supervision of certain defendants convicted of a state jail felony.

HB 2849       White
Relating to the punishment for property offenses involving criminal mischief and graffiti.

HB 544        Kleinschmidt | et al.
Relating to the punishment for theft offenses involving certain metals.

HB 2396       Bonnen, Greg
Relating to the penalty for certain family violence committed in the presence of a child.

HB 577        Guillen
Relating to the representation of certain applicants for writs of habeas corpus in cases involving the death penalty.

HB 2679       Guillen
Relating to an alternative plea of a defendant detained in jail.

HB 1437       Lucio III
Relating to the prosecution of and punishment for the offense of failure to stop or report aggravated sexual assault of a child.

HB 1438       Lucio III
Relating to the duration of a magistrate's order for emergency protection.

HB 279        Lucio III | et al.
Relating to the penalty for theft of a pet.

HB 3818       Collier
Relating to the automatic expunction of criminal records; repealing certain fees.

HB 1628       Harper-Brown
Relating to the punishment for the offense of indecent exposure.

HB 2579       Wu
Relating to the prosecution of certain offenses committed against a person in custody.

HB 2842       Wu
Relating to penalties for engaging in organized criminal activity.

HB 3406       Riddle
Relating to creating an offense for persons imprisoned or confined in correctional facilities to threaten to harm certain other persons by certain means of communication.

HB 3057       Herrero
Relating to the prosecution of certain misdemeanor offenses committed by children and to school district law enforcement.

HB 1359       Alonzo
Relating to the date on which certain criminal defendants are eligible to file a petition for an order of nondisclosure.

HB 2898       Miller, Doug
Relating to the definition of victim for the purpose of restitution liens.

HB 2458       Thompson, Senfronia
Relating to prohibiting seeking or imposing the death penalty on the basis of a person's race.

HB 2559       Thompson, Senfronia
Relating to the rights of certain victims of sexual assault.

HB 3197       Gonzales, Larry
Relating to the prosecution of and conduct prohibited by the offense of improper relationship between educator and student.

HB 3365       Pitts
Relating to the prosecution of certain criminal offenses involving theft or fraud by payment device; providing penalties; imposing fees.

HB 3366       Pitts
Relating to a nonsubstantive correction in the Penal Code.

HB 3322       Coleman
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of indecency with a child.

HB 3324       Coleman
Relating to an offense committed against a person because of bias or prejudice on the basis of gender identity or expression.

HB 2596       Davis, Yvonne
Relating to the punishment for defendants who commit aggravated sexual assault.

HB 2801       Johnson
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of prostitution.

HB 1743       Johnson
Relating to the prosecution of certain offenses involving controlled substances and other prohibited drugs, substances, or paraphernalia.

HB 3275       Simmons
Relating to the punishment for the offense of unlawful use of a criminal instrument with intent to commit certain felony offenses.

HB 266        Miles
Relating to enhancing the penalty prescribed for certain acts of official oppression.

HB 2539       Turner, Chris
Relating to requiring computer technicians to report images of child pornography; providing a criminal penalty.

HB 328        Dutton
Relating to the punishment for certain conduct constituting the offense of official oppression and to the statute of limitation on prosecution of that conduct.

HB 189        Dutton
Relating to the admissibility of certain evidence in capital cases in which the state seeks the death penalty.

HB 1311       Farias
Relating to a court cost assessed on conviction of certain offenses involving an elderly victim.

HB 501        Hernandez Luna
Relating to the use of proceeds from criminal asset forfeiture to provide college scholarships to children of peace officers killed in the line of duty and to an annual report regarding the total value of forfeited property in this state.

HB 3061       Herrero
Relating to a limited exception to the prohibition on releasing personal information about a juror collected during the jury selection process in certain cases.




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