COMMITTEE:    Criminal Justice 

TIME & DATE:  1:30 PM or upon adjournment
Tuesday, May 19, 2015 

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



HB 307        White, James            SP: Burton
Relating to a study on the feasibility and potential costs and benefits of implementing a pay-for-performance contract program for certain criminal justice programs and services.

HB 372        Riddle | et al.         SP: Whitmire
Relating to the monitoring of the Internet access of certain sex offenders placed on community supervision or released on parole or to mandatory supervision.

HB 510        Moody                   SP: Ellis
Relating to disclosure of certain information about expert witnesses in a criminal case.

HB 518        Moody                   SP: Rodríguez
Relating to certain waivers by a defendant regarding a community supervision revocation hearing.

HB 634        Metcalf | et al.        SP: Creighton
Relating to the rights of a guardian of a person in the criminal justice system.

HB 642        Canales                 SP: Hinojosa
Relating to an alcohol awareness program or drug education program for certain minors convicted of or adjudicated to have engaged in, or placed on deferred disposition or community supervision for, certain drug or alcohol related offenses; authorizing a fee.

HB 872        Raymond | et al.        SP: Whitmire
Relating to the reactivation of a peace officer license; authorizing fees.

HB 885        Paddie | et al.         SP: Eltife
Relating to county bail bond boards.

HB 1015       Canales                 SP: Hinojosa
Relating to notice provided to a court regarding certain defendants placed on state jail felony community supervision.

HB 1036       Johnson                 SP: Whitmire
Relating to reporting requirements for certain injuries or deaths caused by peace officers and for certain injuries or deaths of peace officers.

HB 1061       Turner, Chris | et al.  SP: Whitmire
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of interference with public duties.

HB 1083       Márquez | et al.        SP: Whitmire
Relating to a mental health assessment of certain inmates of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

HB 1286       Simmons | et al.        SP: Lucio
Relating to the prosecution and punishment of the offense of injury to a child, elderly individual, or disabled individual.

HB 1311       McClendon               SP: Menéndez
Relating to the confidentiality of personal information concerning certain employees currently or formerly involved in the Texas juvenile justice system.

HB 1338       Naishtat                SP: Menéndez
Relating to training for peace officers and first responders on certain persons affected by trauma.

HB 1386       Raymond                 SP: Ellis
Relating to the prohibition of more than one counsel appearing in a misdemeanor case.

HB 1595       Murr | et al.           SP: Whitmire
Relating to testing certain defendants or confined persons for communicable diseases.

HB 1617       Paddie                  SP: Nichols
Relating to authorizing certain real property transactions involving the Department of Public Safety of the State of Texas.

HB 1663       Cook | et al.           SP: Schwertner
Relating to a defendant's payment of costs associated with a court-appointed counsel.

HB 1793       Frullo | et al.         SP: Hinojosa
Relating to reports of certain missing children and to the administration of missing or exploited children prevention grants.

HB 1914       Bonnen, Dennis | et al. SP: Hancock
Relating to the frequency with which the Board of Pardons and Paroles considers the eligibility of certain inmates for release on parole.

HB 2037       Geren | et al.          SP: Hinojosa
Relating to compensation and leave for certain peace officers.

HB 2135       Miller, Doug            SP: Watson
Relating to the purchasing of a firearm of an honorably retired or deceased peace officer.

HB 2299       Riddle                  SP: Whitmire
Relating to the nonsubstantive revision of certain laws concerning community supervision granted in criminal cases, including conforming amendments.

HB 2398       White, James            SP: Whitmire
Relating to the establishment of judicial donation trust funds to assist needy children and families appearing before justice and municipal courts, dismissal of charges related to school attendance, and expunction of truancy records.

HB 2499       Thompson, Senfronia | et al. SP: Perry
Relating to the electronic filing of bail bonds.

HB 2547       Miller, Rick            SP: Kolkhorst
Relating to the transfer of certain state property from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice to Fort Bend County.

HB 2583       Bell                    SP: Kolkhorst
Relating to access to criminal history record information by a county sheriff.

HB 2828       Phillips                SP: Burton
Relating to the authority of a municipality or county to obtain criminal history record information for certain persons, including employees, independent contractors, and volunteers.

HB 2945       Alonzo                  SP: Hancock
Relating to the use of the juvenile case manager fund.

HB 3387       Krause | et al.         SP: Whitmire
Relating to sex offender treatment as a condition of parole or mandatory supervision for certain releasees.

HB 3724       Herrero                 SP: Whitmire
Relating to the consideration of certain scientific evidence constituting the basis for an application for a writ of habeas corpus.

HB 3729       Farias | et al.         SP: Menéndez
Relating to inclusion of family members of veterans court program participants in the treatment and services provided to the participants under the program.

HB 4030       Dale                    SP: Huffman
Relating to applications for and certain information regarding an applicant for registration or endorsement under the Private Security Act.

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