COMMITTEE:    Criminal Jurisprudence 

TIME & DATE:  2:00 PM or upon final adjournment/recess or bill referral
Thursday, April 25, 2019 

PLACE:       E2.016 
CHAIR:       Rep. Nicole Collier 


*Public testimony may be limited to three (3) minutes.*


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The order in which bills are heard is at the discretion of the chair.

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HB 1261        Bell, Keith | et al.    
Relating to a presumption that applies to certain conduct involving certain controlled substances that endangers a child.

HB 1955        Dutton                 
Relating to the eligibility of certain defendants for release on personal bond.

HB 2049        Collier                
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of sexual assault.

HB 2499        Springer               
Relating to prosecution and punishment for the offense of official oppression by the intrusive touching of persons seeking access to public buildings and transportation; providing penalties.

HB 2524        Anderson, Charles "Doc" 
Relating to the prosecution of the criminal offense of theft of service.

HB 2894        Collier                
Relating to the prosecution of health care fraud.

HB 2906        Parker                 
Relating to orders of nondisclosure for certain victims of trafficking of persons.

HB 3135        Cain | et al.           
Relating to affirmative defenses to prosecution for certain offenses involving material or conduct that is obscene or otherwise harmful to children.

HB 3424        Thompson, Senfronia     
Relating to postconviction forensic DNA testing.

HB 3555        Farrar                 
Relating to the prosecution of the criminal offense of sexual assault.

HB 3561        Farrar                 
Relating to the creation of the criminal offense of continuous sexual assault.

HB 3594        Thompson, Senfronia     
Relating to certain ongoing duties of an attorney representing the state that relate to exculpatory, impeachment, or mitigating evidence in a criminal case.

HB 3849        Bell, Cecil            
Relating to the powers and duties of a personal bond or personal bond and pretrial supervision office.

HB 3926        Tinderholt | et al.     
Relating to creating the criminal offenses of obtaining medical treatment by deception for a child, elderly individual, or disabled individual and continuous abuse of a child, elderly individual, or disabled individual.

HB 4143        Dutton                 
Relating to the amount of a fine and costs discharged by a defendant while confined in jail or engaged in labor.

HB 4169        Moody                  
Relating to the criminal penalties for certain criminal offenses.

HJR 62         Murr                   
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the denial of bail to an accused person if necessary to ensure the person's appearance in court and the safety of the community and the victim of the alleged offense.

SB 201         Huffman | et al.        
Relating to increasing the criminal penalties for certain offenses committed in a disaster area or an evacuated area.

SB 341         Huffman                
Relating to the appointment of an attorney pro tem for certain criminal proceedings.

SB 961         Bettencourt | et al.    
Relating to the issuance of a citation for a criminal trespass offense punishable as a Class B misdemeanor.

SB 1259        Huffman                
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of sexual assault.

SB 2191        Whitmire               
Relating to the confinement of a defendant pending trial and detention or placement of a juvenile offender.


Notice of this meeting was announced from the house floor.




Bills added after last posting:

HB 2894


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of the schedule, if applicable.


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