SB 773

Title: Relating to the authority of a judge to compel a criminal defendant who lacks capacity to take psychoactive medication.
Author: Sen. Carlos Uresti (DEM-TX)

Summary

Status
Received by the Secretary of the Senate 02/07/2017
Filed 02/07/2017
Read first time 02/22/2017
Referred to Criminal Justice 02/22/2017
Scheduled for public hearing on . . . 03/21/2017
Considered in public hearing 03/21/2017
Testimony taken in committee 03/21/2017
Reported favorably w/o amendments 03/23/2017
Recommended for local & uncontested calendar 03/23/2017
Committee report printed and distributed 03/23/2017
Placed on intent calendar 03/28/2017
Rules suspended-Regular order of business 03/30/2017
Vote recorded in Journal 03/30/2017
Read 2nd time & passed to engrossment 03/30/2017
Vote recorded in Journal 03/30/2017
Three day rule suspended 03/30/2017
Record vote 03/30/2017
Read 3rd time 03/30/2017
Passed 03/30/2017
Record vote 03/30/2017
Reported engrossed 03/30/2017
Received from the Senate 04/03/2017
Read first time 05/05/2017
Referred to Criminal Jurisprudence 05/05/2017
Scheduled for public hearing on . . . 05/15/2017
Considered in public hearing 05/15/2017
Testimony taken/registration(s) recorded in committee 05/15/2017
Left pending in committee 05/15/2017
Considered in formal meeting 05/20/2017
Failed to receive affirmative vote in comm. 05/20/2017

Bill Text
05/26/2017 - SB 773 (Engrossed)
02/08/2017 - SB 773 (Public+Chapter+Number+149)
02/08/2017 - SB 773 (Printer%27s+No+534)
02/08/2017 - SB 773 (Printer%27s+No+909)
02/08/2017 - SB 773 (Amended+Senate)

 
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