COMMITTEE:   Criminal Jurisprudence 

TIME & DATE: 10:30 AM or upon final adjourn./recess
Tuesday, April 02, 2013 

PLACE:       E2.016 
CHAIR:       Rep. Abel Herrero 


HB 36         Menéndez
Relating to the criminal penalty for and certain civil consequences of damaging property with graffiti.

HB 72         Fletcher | et al.
Relating to the penalty for the offense of leaving the scene of an accident that involves personal injury or death.

HB 124        Anderson | et al.
Relating to the addition of Salvia divinorum and its derivatives and extracts to Penalty Group 3 of the Texas Controlled Substances Act.

HB 705        Howard
Relating to enhanced penalties for assault of emergency room personnel.

HB 1070       Allen
Relating to the expunction of certain alcohol- and drug-related offenses following successful treatment and rehabilitation.

HB 1096       Canales
Relating to the electronic recording and admissibility of certain custodial interrogations.

HB 1302       Clardy | et al.
Relating to the imposition of a sentence of life without parole on certain repeat sex offenders and to certain restrictions on employment for sex offenders.

HB 1606       Moody
Relating to the prosecution of the offenses of harassment and stalking.

HB 1620       Bonnen, Greg
Relating to the eligibility for judge-ordered community supervision or for release on parole of certain defendants convicted of burglary with the intent to commit a sex offense.

HB 1919       Eiland
Relating to the defenses to prosecution of certain gambling offenses.

HB 2044       Turner, Sylvester
Relating to the criminal consequences for the manufacture, delivery, or possession of certain small amounts of Penalty Group 1 controlled substances.

HB 2172       Lucio III | et al.
Relating to the penalties prescribed for repeated violations of certain court orders or conditions of bond in a family violence case.

HB 2229       Wu
Relating to the penalty for the offense of leaving the scene of an accident that involves personal injury or death.

HB 2613       Walle
Relating to access to criminal history record information by a public defender's office and the office of capital writs and to an exemption for those offices from fees imposed for processing inquiries for that information.

HB 2637       Frullo
Relating to the fraudulent use of identifying information by certain sex offenders; providing criminal penalties.

HB 2863       Carter
Relating to the offense of prostitution, the defendants eligible for participation in a first offender prostitution prevention program, and certain procedures for the provision of services under the program.

HB 3494       Moody
Relating to the punishment for the offense of graffiti and the creation of a graffiti pretrial diversion program.

HB 3671       Cook
Relating to the right of certain young crime victims to a speedy trial and to be considered with respect to a defendant's motion for continuance.

HB 3765       Coleman
Relating to the insanity defense in a criminal case.




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