HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
                          NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Criminal Jurisprudence

TIME & DATE:  2:00PM or upon final adjourn./recess
             Tuesday, April 15, 2003

PLACE: E2.016

CHAIR: Rep. Terry Keel



HB 492            Jones, Jesse
Relating to the prosecution and punishment of injury to a child,
elderly individual, or disabled individual.

HB 2474            Callegari
Relating to electronic surveillance.

HB 420            Martinez Fischer / et al.
Relating to the punishment for theft committed against elderly

HB 1565            Truitt
Relating to the punishment for the offense of burglary of a

HB 2625            Lewis / et al.
Relating to requiring the corroboration of certain testimony in a
criminal case involving controlled substances.

HB 2127            Castro
Relating to certain information provided to an attorney appointed
to represent an indigent defendant in a criminal case.

HB 2656            Farabee
Relating to a costs on conviction for indigent defense.

HB 2658            Farabee
Relating to grants to counties for indigent criminal defense.

HB 2288            Alonzo
Relating to a defendant's right to access to information in the
possession of the state.

HB 2256            Flores
Relating to the return of a cash bond to certain criminal

HB 269            Naishtat / et al.
Relating to the victim's statement regarding the impact of an
offense in certain sexual assault cases.

HB 830            Hughes
Relating to the number of jurors required for certain district
court criminal trials.

HJR 44            Hughes
Proposing a constitutional amendment to permit a six-person jury in
a district court misdemeanor trial.

SB 501            Armbrister
Relating to laws regulating the carrying of weapons, including the
application of criminal trespass laws to persons licensed to carry
a concealed handgun.