COMMITTEE:    Criminal Justice 

TIME & DATE:  12:00 PM or upon adjournment
Thursday, April 04, 2013 

PLACE:        Senator Whitmire's Desk 
CHAIR:        Senator John Whitmire 



To consider pending business:


SB 263        Huffman
Relating to the designation of certain synthetic cannabinoids as controlled substances and controlled substance analogues under the Texas Controlled Substances Act.

SB 264        Huffman
Relating to the addition of a synthetic hallucinogenic substance to Penalty Group 2 of the Texas Controlled Substances Act.

SB 336        Rodríguez
Relating to the qualifications for appointment as a medical examiner.

SB 669        Whitmire
Relating to the manner in which a bail bond or personal bond is forfeited and circumstances under which a final judgment of forfeiture may be reformed.

SB 670        Whitmire
Relating to the copying of certain records and files relating to a child who is a party to a juvenile proceeding.

SB 727        Taylor
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.

SB 743        Nelson
Relating to the penalties prescribed for repeated violations of certain court orders or conditions of bond in a family violence case.

SB 745        Nelson
Relating to review and verification procedures, and allowing certain claimants to file an application under the Crime Victims' Compensation Act;  and the administration of the Sexual Assault Prevention and Crisis Services Act.

SB 826        Whitmire
Relating to the notification of a potential predator for civil commitment

SB 864        Campbell
Relating to a handgun proficiency course that is taken to obtain or renew a concealed handgun license.

SB 970        Huffman
Relating to the execution of a search warrant for taking a DNA specimen.

SB 1173       West
Relating to procedures for the sentencing and placement on community supervision of defendants charged with the commission of a state jail felony.

SB 1234       Whitmire
Relating to the establishment of progressive sanctions for students who fail to attend school and to the repeal of the offenses of failure to attend school and parent contributing to nonattendance.

SB 1475       Duncan
Relating to the development and use of a jail-based restoration of competency pilot program.