COMMITTEE:    Criminal Jurisprudence 

TIME & DATE:  2:00 PM or upon final adjournment/recess or bill referral if permission granted
Monday, April 29, 2019 

PLACE:       E2.012 
CHAIR:       Rep. Nicole Collier 


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HB 977         Thierry                
Relating to creating the criminal offense of financial abuse of an elderly individual.

HB 1073        Meyer                  
Relating to the statute of limitations for certain offenses committed against children.

HB 1317        Moody                  
Relating to the compensation of certain court-appointed attorneys.

HB 1513        Coleman | et al.        
Relating to a criminal offense committed against a person because of bias or prejudice on the basis of gender identity or expression.

HB 1719        Thompson, Senfronia     
Relating to the penalties for the possession of small amounts of Penalty Group 1 controlled substances and marihuana.

HB 2258        Smith                  
Relating to requiring installation of an ignition interlock device as a condition of release on bond for the offense of driving while intoxicated with a child passenger.

HB 2388        Landgraf               
Relating to the punishment for certain conduct constituting the offense of disorderly conduct.

HB 3426        Thompson, Senfronia     
Relating to the procedure for an application for a writ of habeas corpus based on certain new evidence.

HB 3920        Dutton                 
Relating to the establishment of the inmate legal services office and to the appointment and compensation of certain legal counsel for certain indigent inmates and other persons in secure correctional facilities.

HB 3956        Hefner | et al.         
Relating to the testimony of a person with a disability in certain criminal cases.

HB 3982        Leach | et al.          
Relating to creating the criminal offenses of providing material support or resources to a foreign terrorist organization and engaging in terrorist activities.

HB 4106        Bell, Keith | et al.    
Relating to the prosecution and punishment of the offense of intoxication assault.

HB 4341        Collier                
Relating to increasing criminal penalties for the offense of making a firearm accessible to a child.

HB 4375        Stephenson             
Relating to authorizing the use of anti-theft electronic monitoring as a condition of community supervision or release on bond.

HB 4602        González, Jessica       
Relating to the prosecution of the criminal offense of organized retail theft.


Notice of this meeting was announced from the house floor.




Bills deleted after last posting:

HB 949

HB 2749

HB 3027

HB 3031


**         See Committee Coordinator for previous versions         **
of the schedule, if applicable.


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