COMMITTEE:   Criminal Jurisprudence 

TIME & DATE: 10:30 AM or upon final adjourn./recess
Tuesday, April 23, 2013 

PLACE:       E2.016 
CHAIR:       Rep. Abel Herrero 


HB 2964       Alonzo
Relating to certain remedies involving habeas corpus proceedings for persons improperly advised about the consequences of a plea of guilty or nolo contender and for persons affected by a change in law after entering such a plea.

HB 3208       Alonzo
Relating to the expunction of criminal records.

HB 1669       Carter                 
Relating to the admissibility of evidence of other crimes, wrongs, or acts in the prosecution of certain sexual offenses.

HB 3517       Carter                 
Relating to requiring a jury to consider a victim impact statement before assessing punishment in a criminal case.

HB 3689       Carter                 
Relating to the execution of a search warrant for taking a DNA specimen.

HB 2989       Canales                
Relating to the rights of certain defendants who successfully complete a term of community supervision.

HB 3633       Canales                
Relating to access to personal information about jurors in a criminal trial.

HB 3818       Collier                
Relating to the automatic expunction of criminal records; repealing certain fees.

HB 1083       Dukes                  
Relating to the venue for prosecution of certain computer crimes.

HB 452        Dukes                  
Relating to the punishment prescribed for engaging in certain acts of deadly conduct.

HB 221        Fletcher               
Relating to the elimination of the statute of limitations for certain felony offenses.

HB 3030       Fletcher               
Relating to payment of misdemeanor warrants and capias pro fine warrants.

HB 3277       Gonzalez, Naomi | et al.    
Relating to the reporting and disposition of proceeds and property from criminal asset forfeiture; authorizing a fee.

HB 1178       Gooden                 
Relating to municipal judicial and law enforcement authority on a segment of a highway or street that abuts property located in a municipality.

HB 1176       Gooden | et al.        
Relating to a presumption that applies to certain conduct involving certain controlled substances that endangers a child.

HB 1523       Guillen                
Relating to the offense of money laundering.

HB 3297       Guillen                
Relating to the offenses for which the use of wire, oral, or electronic interception devices may be authorized.

HB 1064       Hernandez Luna         
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of breach of computer security.

HB 3058       Herrero                
Relating to restricting access to records of children convicted of or receiving deferred disposition for certain fine-only misdemeanors.

HB 3059       Herrero                
Relating to fines and court costs imposed on a child in a criminal case.

HB 3637       Hughes                 
Relating to the role of a jury in a criminal case.

HB 765        King, Phil             
Relating to the disposition of certain misdemeanor offenses committed by a holder of a commercial driver's license.

HB 1011       King, Susan            
Relating to the punishment for the offense of online solicitation of a minor.

HB 534        Kleinschmidt           
Relating to the punishment for the offense of resisting arrest, search, or transportation.

HB 901        Kolkhorst              
Relating to the punishment for a capital felony committed by an individual younger than 18 years of age.

HB 2291       Lozano                 
Relating to correcting references in statute to forfeiture of property resulting from violations of offenses involving money transmission or currency exchange.

HB 1439       Lucio III              
Relating to the temporary sealing of certain complaints or affidavits on which arrest warrants are based.

HB 1440       Lucio III              
Relating to the penalties for repeat and habitual felony offenders.

HB 206        Márquez | et al.       
Relating to the punishment for the offense of tampering with certain governmental records based on certain reporting for school districts and open-enrollment charter schools.

HB 261        Miles                  
Relating to the joint or separate prosecution of a capital felony charged against two or more defendants.

HB 262        Miles                  
Relating to offenses involving violating the civil rights of a person in custody and engaging in improper sexual activity with a person in custody; providing certain enhanced penalties.

HB 1564       Miller, Rick           
Relating to the penalty for theft of an official ballot or official carrier envelope for an election.

HB 2498       Miller, Rick           
Relating to the punishment for the offense of delivery of marihuana or possession with the intent to deliver marihuana.

HB 924        Moody                  
Relating to the punishment for a capital felony committed by an individual younger than 18 years of age.

HB 925        Moody                  
Relating to enhancing the penalty prescribed for certain acts of official oppression.

HB 125        Raymond                
Relating to the punishment prescribed for the offenses of false identification as a peace officer and misrepresentation of property.

HB 3532       Rose                   
Relating to the period within which a criminal case must resume after a defendant is determined to be competent to stand trial.

HB 3210       Sheffield, J. D.       
Relating to sex offender treatment as a condition of parole or mandatory supervision for certain releasees.

HB 3479       Simpson                
Relating to custodial interrogations.

HB 3164       Stickland | et al.     
Relating to requiring a search warrant for government access to stored communications.

HB 3377       Turner, Sylvester      
Relating to the creation of a prostitution prevention program; authorizing a fee.

HB 1246       Turner, Sylvester      
Relating to a defendant's authority to amend a motion for new trial in a criminal case.

HB 967        Turner, Sylvester      
Relating to the procedure for an application for a writ of habeas corpus based on relevant scientific evidence.

HB 2568       Workman                
Relating to strict construction of statutes that create or define criminal offenses and penalties.

HB 2841       Wu                     
Relating to interception of wire, oral, or electronic communications for law enforcement purposes.

HB 2418       Fletcher               
Relating to the penalties for the production or delivery of marihuana plants.


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