COMMITTEE:    Criminal Justice 

TIME & DATE:  1:30 PM or upon adjournment
Tuesday, April 09, 2013 

PLACE:        E1.016 (Hearing Room) 
CHAIR:        Senator John Whitmire 



To consider the following:


SB 357        Hinojosa               
Relating to the issuance of protective orders for certain sexual, stalking, and trafficking offenses.

SB 834        Estes                  
Relating to the confidentiality of certain grand juror information.

SB 892        Carona                 
Relating to the application of certain concealed handgun license laws to the attorney general and to assistant attorneys general, United States attorneys, assistant United States attorneys, and special assistant United States attorneys, and to the authority of those attorneys to carry certain weapons.

SB 893        Carona                 
Relating to certain conditions of, penalties for violating, or collection of information about protective orders issued in certain family violence, sexual assault or abuse, stalking, or trafficking cases.

SB 991        West                   
Relating to the eligibility of certain inmates for release on medically recommended intensive supervision.

SB 1052       Carona                 
Relating to search warrants issued in this state and other states for certain customer data, communications, and other information held in electronic storage in this state and other states by providers of electronic communications services and remote computing services.

SB 1292       Ellis | et al.         
Relating to DNA testing of biological evidence in certain capital cases.

SB 1316       Whitmire               
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of indecency with a child.

SB 1356       Van de Putte           
Relating to requiring trauma-informed care training for certain staff of county and state juvenile facilities.

SB 1522       Hegar                  
Relating to the responsibility of the county to hold certain persons in county jail before a return or transfer of the person to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

SB 1839       Whitmire               
Relating to the detention of certain juvenile offenders.

At the Chairman's discretion, the committee may consider pending business:


SB 481        Hinojosa               
Relating to the recognition and validity of a license to carry a concealed handgun issued by another state.

SB 592        Ellis | et al.         
Relating to caseloads for attorneys who are appointed to represent indigent defendants in criminal cases.

SB 669        Whitmire               
Relating to the manner in which a bail bond or personal bond is forfeited and circumstances under which a final judgment of forfeiture may be reformed.

SB 786        Hinojosa               
Relating to warrants issued to obtain location information from wireless communications devices and to public access to law enforcement or prosecutor requests for certain related location or communication information.

SB 876        Patrick                
Relating to the discharge of a surety's liability on a bail bond in a criminal case.

SB 1234       Whitmire               
Relating to the establishment of progressive sanctions for students who fail to attend school and to the repeal of the offenses of failure to attend school and parent contributing to nonattendance.

SB 1348       West                   
Relating to certain criminal offenses concerning the unlawful transfer or purchase of certain weapons.

SB 1475       Duncan                 
Relating to the development and use of a jail-based restoration of competency pilot program.

If submitting written testimony, please provide 21 copies with your name on each.