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COMMITTEE:    Criminal Justice 

TIME & DATE:  1:30 PM or upon adjournment
Tuesday, March 31, 2015 

PLACE:        E1.016 (Hearing Room) 
CHAIR:        Senator John Whitmire 



SB 106        Whitmire | et al.
Relating to the prevention of truancy and the offense of failure to attend school; providing a penalty.

SB 112        Taylor, Van
Relating to the authority of a magistrate to prohibit certain communications in an order for emergency protection.

SB 130        West                   
Relating to the eligibility of criminal defendants for an order of nondisclosure; authorizing a fee.

SB 183        Huffman                
Relating to the offenses of the violation of civil rights of and improper sexual activity with individuals in custody; imposing a criminal penalty.

SB 380        Rodríguez | et al.     
Relating to procedures for certain persons charged with a violation of a condition of release from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice on parole or to mandatory supervision.

SB 393        Burton | et al.        
Relating to the punishment for certain offenses against property or against public administration.

SB 790        Kolkhorst              
Relating to the procedures applicable to the revocation of a person's release on parole or to mandatory supervision.

SB 1071       Hinojosa               
Relating to requiring notice of the scheduling of an execution date and the issuance of a warrant of execution.

SB 1135       Garcia | et al.        
Relating to civil and criminal liability for the disclosure or promotion of certain intimate visual material; creating an offense.

SB 1235       Whitmire               
Relating to defining the duties and penalties concerning pain management clinics.

SB 1353       Hinojosa               
Relating to the provision and administration of indigent defense services.

SB 1630       Whitmire               
Relating to keeping children adjudicated as delinquent closer to home, funding for juvenile probation departments, powers of the independent ombudsman, and indeterminate commitment of children adjudicated as delinquent.

SB 1704       Huffman                
Relating to the transfer of certain inmates to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice following pronouncement of the inmate's sentence.

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Bills added after last posting:

SB 106


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