COMMITTEE:    Corrections 

TIME & DATE:  3:00 PM or upon final adjourn./recess or bill referral if permission granted
Monday, April 10, 2023 

PLACE:        E2.036 
CHAIR:        Rep. Abel Herrero 


Public testimony is limited to three minutes.


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


HB 156         Moody                                     
Relating to hearings by the Board of Pardons and Paroles regarding clemency matters.

HB 823         Allen                                     
Relating to the eligibility for an occupational license by certain former inmates and the practice of certain occupations by an inmate of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

HB 1019        Reynolds | et al.                         
Relating to the reentry and reintegration programs provided by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

HB 1563        Harless | et al.                          
Relating to the confinement in a county jail of a person pending a transfer to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and to the compensation for certain costs of confinement.

HB 1629        Wu                                        
Relating to changing the eligibility for community supervision of a person convicted of certain burglary offenses.

HB 2030        Dutton                                    
Relating to the restoration of civil rights to a criminal defendant.

HB 2300        Allen                                     
Relating to the eligibility of certain criminal defendants for an order of nondisclosure of criminal history record information.

HB 2305        Sherman, Sr.                              
Relating to a report on recidivism rates.

HB 2328        Wu | et al.                               
Relating to the medical release of certain terminally ill defendants.

HB 2864        Raymond                                   
Relating to the eligibility of service members and veterans to participate in a veterans treatment court program.

HB 3739        Klick                                     
Relating to the medical transportation and care for certain inmates in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

HB 4333        Garcia                                    
Relating to the extension of a family violence pretrial diversion pilot program in Bexar County.

HB 4837        Lopez, Ray                                
Relating to a veteran housing program established by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

HB 4921        Murr                                      
Relating to the establishment of an adult education pilot program for certain inmates of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

HB 5183        Guillen                                   
Relating to the approval of equivalent educational programs for persons whose driver's license is suspended following conviction of certain drug offenses.

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