COMMITTEE:   Criminal Jurisprudence 

TIME & DATE: Upon final adjourn./recess
Monday, April 29, 2013 

PLACE:       E2.036 
CHAIR:       Rep. Abel Herrero 


HB 3207       Alonzo
Relating to the authority of public defenders to refuse to accept indigent defense appointments for good cause.

HB 1670       Carter
Relating to the addition of a synthetic hallucinogenic substance to Penalty Group 2 of the Texas Controlled Substances Act.

HB 1671       Carter
Relating to the designation of certain synthetic cannabinoids as controlled substances and controlled substance analogues under the Texas Controlled Substances Act.

HB 3773       Coleman
Relating to the use of deadly force in defense of a person or residence.

HB 3747       Farrar
Relating to a central database containing information about certain persons who have been convicted of or received a grant of deferred adjudication for certain offenses involving animal cruelty; providing a criminal penalty.

HB 1701       Farrar | et al.
Relating to the repeal of the offense of homosexual conduct.

HB 1703       Farrar | et al.
Relating to abolishing the death penalty.

HB 530        Fletcher
Relating to interception of wire, oral, or electronic communications for law enforcement purposes.

HB 3588       Gutierrez
Relating to the prosecution of and consequences for certain acts of official oppression; providing penalties.

HB 574        Lozano
Relating to the punishment prescribed for the offense of bail jumping and failure to appear.

HB 2573       McClendon
Relating to making certain incompetency proceedings available for proceedings held to revoke community supervision granted to a defendant in a criminal case.

HB 1333       Perry | et al.
Relating to the designation of certain synthetic compounds to Penalty Group 2 or 2-A of the Texas Controlled Substances Act.

HB 720        Price | et al.
Relating to enhancing the penalty for intoxication manslaughter and intoxication assault in certain circumstances.

HB 933        Turner, Sylvester
Relating to automatic expunction of a juvenile's record after completion of a deferred prosecution program; providing a criminal penalty.

HB 1498       Flynn
Relating to the offense of money laundering.

HB 235        Riddle
Relating to the punishment prescribed for burglary of a vehicle and to grants of community supervision to persons who commit that offense.

HB 1631       Fletcher
Relating to the circumstances under which a final judgment of bond forfeiture may be reformed under a special bill of review.

HB 140        Raymond
Relating to the punishment for the offense of manslaughter.

HB 3727       Raymond
Relating to the fees collected by prosecutors for collection and processing of certain checks or similar sight orders; authorizing an increase in fees.

SB 992        Taylor
Relating to misrepresentations in connection with certain drug testing devices or equipment; providing penalties.




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