NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Criminal Justice

TIME & DATE:  1:30PM Or upon adjournment
             Tuesday, April 12, 2005

PLACE: E1.016

CHAIR: Senator John Whitmire

The committee will consider the following bills:

SB 304            Armbrister
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of criminal trespass.

SB 394            Seliger
Relating to the definition of criminally injurious conduct for
purposes of the Crime Victims' Compensation Act.

SB 578            Staples
Relating to the authority of certain honorably retired peace
officers to carry certain weapons.

SB 665            Barrientos
Relating to work-related exposure to a reportable disease.

SB 680            Duncan
Relating to the requirements for post-conviction DNA testing.

SB 689            Zaffirini
Relating to a feasibility study regarding the creation of a federal
criminal history record clearinghouse at the Department of Public

SB 909            Whitmire
Relating to the maintenance and contents of certain computerized
information systems relating to the criminal justice system.

SB 912            Shapiro
Relating to the civil commitment of sexually violent predators.

SB 925            Duncan
Relating to competency to be executed in a capital case.

SB 1005            Carona
Relating to the suspension of sentence and the deferral of final
disposition for a defendant younger than 25 in certain misdemeanor
traffic cases.

SB 1126            Hinojosa
Relating to the confidentiality of records regarding sex offense

SB 1195            Hinojosa
Relating to the authority of peace officers to conduct certain

SB 1264            Whitmire
Relating to authorizing a fee for certain inspections conducted by
the Commission on Jail Standards.

SB 1265            Whitmire
Relating to establishing standards for analysis of tests for
controlled substances required of defendants placed on community

SB 1305            Brimer
Relating to the time a person may be detained in custody for a
preliminary examination.

SB 1307            Staples
Relating to the authority of the Texas Juvenile Probation
Commission to issue subpoenas, administer oaths, receive evidence,
and gather information.

SB 1461            Seliger
Relating to the offenses for which the use of wire, oral, or
electronic interception devices may be authorized.

SB 1465            Whitmire
Relating to the use of certain electronically readable information
on a driver's license or identification certificate to comply with
certain alcohol and tobacco related laws; providing a penalty.

SB 1473            Lindsay
Relating to providing for public safety during interactions between
law enforcement officers and persons with mental impairments.

SB 1551            Estes
Relating to the continuation of certain statutes authorizing the
interception of certain communications for law enforcement

SB 1552            Estes
Relating to the continuation of criminal offenses involving the
interception of certain communications for law enforcement



SB 1552