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COMMITTEE:   Juvenile Justice & Family Issues 

TIME & DATE: 10:30 AM or upon final adjourn./recess
Wednesday, May 06, 2015 

PLACE:       E2.016 
CHAIR:       Rep. Harold V. Dutton, Jr. 


HB 556        Springer
Relating to juvenile probation fees and court costs imposed by a juvenile court; increasing fees.

HB 1144       Dukes                  
Relating to establishing a task force to examine the adjudication, disposition, and registration of juvenile sex offenders.

HB 1470       Thompson, Senfronia    
Relating to the requirement that a parent appointed as a conservator of a child disclose certain information regarding family violence.

HB 2159       Moody                  
Relating to requiring the payment of restitution as a condition of community supervision for offenses involving family violence committed in the presence of certain children.

HB 2233       Thompson, Senfronia    
Relating to the establishment of a parent education pilot program by the Department of Family and Protective Services.

HB 2723       Thompson, Senfronia    
Relating to the appointment of an attorney ad litem for a parent in certain suits affecting the parent-child relationship.

HB 2923       Miles                  
Relating to the conditions of confinement of children prior to certain judicial proceedings.

HB 3128       Dale                   
Relating to service of a temporary ex parte order issued in response to an application for a protective order in circumstances involving family violence.

HB 3575       Turner, Sylvester      
Relating to placement of children with certain relatives or other designated caregivers.

HB 3852       Moody                  
Relating to contempt of court committed by certain juvenile offenders and the detention of certain juvenile offenders.

HB 3967       Dukes                  
Relating to a pilot program to increase the financial independence of foster children who are transitioning to independent living.

SB 106        Whitmire | et al.      
Relating to court jurisdiction and procedures relating to truancy; providing criminal penalties; imposing a court cost.



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