NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Criminal Jurisprudence

TIME & DATE:  2:00PM or upon final adjourn./recess
             Tuesday, April 5, 2005

PLACE: E2.016

CHAIR: Rep. Terry Keel


HB 658            Naishtat / et al.
Relating to the medical use of marihuana.

HB 2767            Talton
Relating to the release of a criminal defendant in certain cases
and the eligibility of certain individuals to act as sureties on
bail bonds.

HB 581            Reyna
Relating to the punishment for the offense of stealing or receiving
a stolen check or similar sight order.

HB 1249            Reyna
Relating to criminal punishment for aggressive driving that results
in the death of a person.

HB 3010            Grusendorf
Relating to failure to attend school proceedings in justice or
municipal court.

HB 2885            Giddings
Relating to an arrest warrant or complaint for the issuance of a
bad check.

HB 1048            Chisum
Relating to the forfeiture of contraband used or intended to be
used in the commission of certain criminal offenses.

HB 904            Gattis
Relating to the sentencing of defendants convicted of multiple
counts of intoxication assault, improper photography or visual
recording, or possession or promotion of child pornography.

HB 126            Berman
Relating to the penalty for tampering with a governmental record required
for enrollment in a public school.

HB 1601            Madden
Relating to the use of telephone interpreter services in a criminal

HB 1782            Madden
Relating to the authority of the inspector general of the Texas
Department of Criminal Justice to issue administrative subpoenas
for certain communication records.

HB 2385            Madden
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of indecency with a

HB 3043            Madden
Relating to the duration of sex offender registration requirements
for certain youthful offenders.