HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
                          NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Judiciary

TIME & DATE:  2:00PM or upon final adjourn./recess
             Monday, April 25, 2005

PLACE: E2.028

CHAIR: Rep. Will Hartnett


HJR 85            Crownover
Proposing a constitutional amendment providing for appointment to
fill vacancies in certain judicial offices and for nonpartisan
retention elections for those offices.

HB 2700            Crownover
Relating to the appointment of certain judicial offices and a
nonpartisan election for the retention or rejection of a person
appointed to those offices.

HB 1305            Van Arsdale
Relating to venue in an action concerning the constitutionality of
the school finance system and to direct appeal to the supreme court
of such an action.

HB 3268            Casteel
Relating to the creation of an additional judicial district in
Comal County.

HB 3441            Herrero
Relating to the assignment of visiting justices of the peace.

HB 3519            Naishtat
Relating to the appointment of temporary justices of the peace in
certain counties.

HB 3531            Jackson, Jim
Relating to the Dallas County district and county courts
administration and court services.

HB 3547            Brown, Betty
Relating to the creation of an additional county court at law in
Kaufman County.

HB 3570            Martinez / et al.
Relating to the creation of an additional county court at law in
Hidalgo County.

SB 241            Wentworth
Relating to the creation of an appellate judicial system for the
Third Court of Appeals District.

SB 321            Harris
Relating to the jurisdiction of the 396th District Court.

SB 441            Madla
Relating to application of the professional prosecutors law to the
district attorney for the 112th Judicial District.

SB 550            Duncan
Relating to the compensation of security personnel of certain
courts, including the payment of compensation for the bailiff of
the 106th District Court.

SB 1373            Madla
Relating to the terms of court of the 112th Judicial District.



HB 3570