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COMMITTEE:   Criminal Jurisprudence 

TIME & DATE: 10:30 AM or upon final adjourn./recess
Tuesday, March 01, 2011 

PLACE:       JHR 120 
CHAIR:       Rep. Pete Gallego 


HB 545        Dutton
Relating to an affirmative defense available to certain students who engage in sexual contact with another student at least 13 years of age.

HB 548        Dutton                 
Relating to the penalties for possession of two ounces or less of marihuana and to the issuance of an occupational driver's license.

HB 228        Fletcher               
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of criminal nonsupport.

HB 443        Fletcher               
Relating to the amount of the fee paid by a defendant for a peace officer's services in executing or processing an arrest warrant, capias, or capias pro fine.

HB 739        Fletcher | et al.      
Relating to the elimination of the statute of limitations for certain felony offenses.

HB 27         Guillen                
Relating to the payment of fines and costs by indigent defendants in misdemeanor cases.

HB 331        Guillen                
Relating to the authority of the governing body of a municipality to create a municipal court equal justice and education fund and to require certain defendants to pay court costs for deposit in the fund.

HB 305        Harless                
Relating to the punishment prescribed for burglary of a vehicle.

HB 371        Hochberg               
Relating to prohibiting deferred adjudication community supervision for certain defendants convicted of murder.

HB 690        Martinez Fischer       
Relating to the punishment for the offense of graffiti.

HB 20         Riddle | et al.        
Relating to the punishment prescribed for burglary of a vehicle and to grants of community supervision to persons who commit that offense.

HB 172        Veasey                 
Relating to a study regarding the effectiveness of the James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Act.