COMMITTEE:   Criminal Jurisprudence 

TIME & DATE: 2:00 PM or upon final adjourn./recess
Monday, April 10, 2017 

PLACE:       E2.014 
CHAIR:       Rep. Joe Moody 


*Public Testimony will be limited to 3 minutes


If submitting written testimony please bring 10 copies (with your name on each copy)to the committee during the hearing if possible.


HB 73         Guillen | et al.
Relating to a defense to prosecution for certain offenses involving possession of small amounts of controlled substances and other prohibited drugs, substances, or paraphernalia for defendants seeking assistance for a suspected overdose.

HB 162        Lucio III
Relating to conditions of community supervision for defendants convicted of certain criminal offenses involving animals.

HB 524        Villalba | et al.
Relating to the punishment for certain offenses involving family violence; changing the eligibility for parole and mandatory supervision for those offenses.

HB 557        Collier | et al.
Relating to the procedure for expunction of arrest records and files for certain persons who are tried for an offense and subsequently acquitted.

HB 1122       Wray | et al.
Relating to the admissibility of certain recorded statements made by child abuse victims.

HB 1287       Rose
Relating to the electronic monitoring of certain defendants as an alternative to confinement.

HB 1904       Capriglione
Relating to the powers and compensation of criminal law magistrates in Tarrant County.

HB 2222       Hunter | et al.
Relating to the confidentiality of home address information of certain victims of family violence, sexual assault or abuse, stalking, or trafficking of persons.

HB 2283       Isaac
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of sexual assault.

HB 2286       Landgraf               
Relating to the qualifications for service as a grand juror and to the selection of grand jurors.

HB 2509       Parker | et al.        
Relating to the eligibility of certain victims of trafficking of persons for an order of nondisclosure.

HB 2575       Meyer                  
Relating to certain requirements imposed on a sex offender who enters the premises of a school.

HB 2583       Martinez, "Mando" | et al.  
Relating to prohibiting the reckless discharge of a firearm; creating an offense.

HB 3016       Thompson, Senfronia    
Relating to the eligibility of a criminal defendant for an order of nondisclosure of criminal history record information.

HB 3165       Moody                  
Relating to the duties of a personal bond pretrial release office.

HB 3080       Rose | et al.          
Relating to the applicability of the death penalty to a capital offense committed by a person with severe mental illness.

HB 3189       Bonnen, Dennis         
Relating to the reporting of and access to information related to court-ordered prescription drug substance abuse treatment; providing a criminal penalty.

HB 3192       Uresti, Tomas          
Relating to the punishment and community supervision for certain offenses committed against a child, an elderly individual, or a disabled individual; increasing a criminal penalty.

HB 3237       Moody                  
Relating to when search warrant affidavits become public information.

HB 3637       Ortega                 
Relating to recording certain criminal proceedings.

HB 3655       Herrero                
Relating to grants awarded to reimburse counties for the cost of monitoring defendants and victims in criminal cases involving family violence.

HB 3729       White | et al.         
Relating to the administrative, civil, and criminal consequences, including fines, fees, and costs, imposed on persons arrested for, charged with, or convicted of certain criminal offenses.

HB 3872       Lucio III              
Relating to a motion for forensic DNA testing of certain evidence previously subjected to faulty testing.

HB 3978       Moody                  
Relating to the prosecution of the offenses of sexual assault and aggravated sexual assault.

HB 4102       Neave | et al.         
Relating to establishing and funding a grant program for testing evidence collected in relation to sexual assaults or other sex offenses; authorizing voluntary contributions.


Notice of this meeting was announced from the house floor.




Bills added after last posting:

HB 1904


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