COMMITTEE:    Corrections 

TIME & DATE:  10:30 AM or upon final adjourn./recess or bill referral if permission granted
Tuesday, March 21, 2023 

PLACE:        JHR 140 
CHAIR:        Rep. Abel Herrero 


HB 168         Moody
Relating to the confidentiality of certain information regarding procedures and substances used in the execution of a convict.

HB 479         Hinojosa | et al.                         
Relating to the period for transporting a criminal defendant who is found incompetent to stand trial to a facility for competency restoration services.

HB 927         Dutton                                    
Relating to the creation of a commission to review certain laws of this state that restrict the rights or activities of persons convicted of a felony offense and to make certain recommendations regarding those laws.

HB 1446        Cortez                                    
Relating to procedures governing declared disasters for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

HB 1577        Hull                                      
Relating to changing the eligibility for mandatory supervision of an inmate serving a sentence for or previously convicted of certain assaults.

HB 1710        Canales                                   
Relating to notice provided to a court regarding a defendant confined in a state jail felony facility.

HB 1742        Leach                                     
Relating to increasing the minimum term of imprisonment and changing the eligibility for community supervision, mandatory supervision, and parole for persons convicted of intoxication manslaughter.

HB 1811        Hefner                                    
Relating to creating the criminal offense of tampering with an electronic monitoring device.

HB 2620        Geren                                     
Relating to the confinement in a county jail of a person pending a transfer to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and to compensation to a county for certain costs of confinement.

HB 2984        Herrero                                   
Relating to creating the criminal offense of tampering with an electronic monitoring device.

HB 3549        Anchía | et al.                           
Relating to creating the criminal offense of tampering with an electronic monitoring device and to certain consequences on conviction of that offense.

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