NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Criminal Justice

TIME & DATE:  1:30PM Or upon adjournment
             Thursday, May 12, 2005

PLACE: Extension Auditorium

CHAIR: Senator John Whitmire

The committee will consider the following bills:

SB 172            Harris
Relating to the offense of cruelty to animals.

HB 47            Keel                     SP: Wentworth
Relating to imposing a civil penalty on a clerk who fails to make
available to the public certain information with respect to an
arrest or search warrant.

HB 68            McClendon                SP: Williams
Relating to public nuisance actions involving criminal street

HB 129            Berman                   SP: Eltife
Relating to the authority to require a convicted person to perform
manual labor for a nonprofit organization.

HB 291            Goolsby                  SP: Carona
Relating to victim notification regarding the release of certain
defendants following acquittal by reason of insanity.

HB 544            Naishtat                 SP: Zaffirini
Relating to the right of certain sexual assault victims to a
forensic medical examination.

HB 549            Phillips                 SP: Seliger
Relating to prohibiting the introduction of certain items in
correctional facilities.

HB 706            Haggerty                 SP: Whitmire
Relating to the adoption of the Interstate Compact for Juveniles.

HB 823            Keel                     SP: Hinojosa
Relating to the applicability of the offense of unlawful carrying
of weapons to certain persons and to the consequence of certain
presumptions in the prosecution of a criminal offense.

HB 840            Riddle                   SP: Williams
Relating to the forfeiture of contraband used to facilitate or
intended to be used to facilitate the commission of certain
criminal offenses.

HB 969            Keel                     SP: Hinojosa
Relating to court orders for discovery in a criminal case.

HB 1098            McCall                   SP: Zaffirini
Relating to using the Internet to obtain identifying information of
another person for a fraudulent purpose; providing penalties.

HB 1588            Driver                   SP: Williams
Relating to the qualifications and removal of and continuing
education requirements for a constable.

HB 1813            Pickett                  SP: Madla
Relating to historical reenactments on premises permitted or
licensed under the Alcoholic Beverage Code.

HB 2275            Cook, Byron              SP: Ellis
Relating to the forfeiture of certain contraband used in the
commission of certain felony intoxication offenses.

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