NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Criminal Justice

TIME & DATE:  1:00PM Or upon adjournment
             Tuesday, April 15, 2003

PLACE: E1.016

CHAIR: Senator John Whitmire

The following bills to be considered:

SB 45            Zaffirini
Relating to the operation of a motor vehicle while intoxicated with
a child passenger in the vehicle; providing a penalty.

SB 97            Barrientos
Relating to requiring sex offenders released on community
supervision, parole, or mandatory supervision to maintain a certain
distance from any premises where children frequently gather.

SB 110            Staples
Relating to the creation of the offense of failing to report the
commission of a felony.

SB 177            Shapiro
Relating to the criminal consequences for delivery of a controlled
substance causing death.

SB 686            Hinojosa
Relating to the punishment imposed on certain defendants charged
with the offense of assault.

SB 782            Armbrister
Relating to the authority of a county or municipality to contract
for collection services in criminal cases and certain cases
involving the parking or stopping of motor vehicles.

SB 837            Williams
Relating to the offense of aggravated sexual assault against a
disabled individual.

SB 1044            Ellis, Rodney
Relating to supplemental pay for certain Department of Public
Safety officers who hold a degree or have obtained an equivalent
number of credits hours in higher education.

SB 1054            Shapleigh
Relating to presentence investigation and postsentence treatment
and supervision of certain sex offenders.

SB 1179            West
Relating to authorizing the governor to grant pardons to persons
who have received deferred adjudication.

SB 1188            Van de Putte
Relating to supplemental pay for certain Department of Public
Safety officers who are proficient in a second language.

SB 1465            Lindsay
Relating to the establishment of criminal law magistrates in
certain counties.

SB 1794            Barrientos
Relating to the criminal law magistrates in Travis County.

SB 1896            Whitmire
Relating to the authority of a peace officer to make a warrantless
arrest when a person confesses to committing a felony.

SB 1336            Hinojosa
Relating to the liability of a criminal defendant and the
defendant's sureties on a personal bond or bail bond and to certain
procedures in connection with bond forfeiture.



SB 1336