Amend HB 1925 (house committee report) as follows:
(1)  Strike SECTION 2 of the bill (page 2, line 24, through page 4, line 14).
(2)  Add the following appropriately numbered SECTION to the bill and renumber the SECTIONS of the bill accordingly:
SECTION ____.  Subchapter B, Chapter 45, Code of Criminal Procedure, is amended by adding Articles 45.02161 and 45.0219 to read as follows:
Art. 45.02161.  EXPUNCTION OF CERTAIN RECORDS RELATED TO PROHIBITED CAMPING. (a) This article applies only to a person charged with an offense under Section 48.05, Penal Code.
(b)  Records of a person relating to a complaint may be expunged under this article only if:
(1)  the complaint was dismissed under Article 45.051 or 45.052 or other law; or
(2)  the person was acquitted of the offense.
(c)  On dismissal or acquittal of the offense, as described by Subsection (b), the court shall order all complaints, verdicts, sentences, and prosecutorial and law enforcement records and any other documents relating to the offense expunged from the person's record if the court finds that the person satisfies the requirements of this article.
(d)  A person entitled to expunction under this article is not required to pay any fee or cost for an expunction under this article.
Art. 45.0219.  CONFIDENTIAL RECORDS RELATED TO PROHIBITED CAMPING. (a) Except as provided by Subsection (b), all records and files, including those held by law enforcement, and information stored by electronic means or otherwise, from which a record or file could be generated, relating to a person arrested for or convicted of an offense under Section 48.05, Penal Code, are confidential and may not be disclosed to the public.
(b)  Information subject to Subsection (a) may be open to inspection only by:
(1)  judges or court staff;
(2)  a criminal justice agency for a criminal justice purpose, as those terms are defined by Section 411.082, Government Code;
(3)  the Department of Public Safety;
(4)  an attorney for a party to the proceeding;
(5)  the defendant; or
(6)  if the defendant is a minor or otherwise has a court-appointed guardian or managing conservator, the defendant's parent, guardian, or managing conservator.