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77th Session Interim
77th Regular Session
- May 11, 2001 [ Part I , Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V ]
- May 9, 2001
- May 7, 2001
- April 30, 2001
- April 23, 2001
- April 17, 2001. (Part I, Part II)
- April 9, 2001
- April 4, 2001 – (Audio)
- April 2, 2001
- March 28, 2001 – Conference Committee on SB 3
- March 26, 2001
- March 19, 2001
- March 12, 2001
- March 5, 2001
- February 26, 2001
- February 19, 2001
- February 13, 2001 – (Audio)
- February 12, 2001
- February 5, 2001
- January 29, 2001
- January 22, 2001
Judicial Redistricting Data Reports and Maps
Dear District Judge,
These maps and data reports do not constitute a redistricting proposal. Rather, they simply reflect the current status of each district court considering case filings and population, factored into a judicial index. The maps and reports will be the topic of discussion at upcoming meetings of district judges within their Administrative Judicial Regions. The meetings will provide each district judge an opportunity to share with Committee members any relevant information that is not reflected in the report. All information gathered at those meetings, in surveys previously sent out, and during Committee hearings, will be used to determine a proposal by the Committee to the Lieutenant Governor.
You may find it helpful to print out the data report for clarification, but additional copies will be available at the administrative judicial regional meetings. Please contact the Committee office at (512) 463-0395 for additional explanation or comments.
- The Judicial Index - Understanding the Maps and Reports (PDF, 970 KB)
- Study the effectiveness of the progressive sanction guidelines for juvenile offenders. Determine whether the guidelines established by H.B. 327, 74th Legislature, are bringing consistency, uniformity, and predictability to juvenile dispositions in an effort to facilitate juvenile justice planning and improve the allocation of resources within the juvenile justice system. The Committee shall make recommendations for improving the effectiveness of juvenile sanctions in protecting public safety and rehabilitating offenders.
- Study the judicial system's revenue structure and make recommendations for improving the collection, dispersal, and accounting of court costs, fees, and fines by state and local entities. This study should include a review of all court costs and fees (except those related to the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund) to ensure that they are necessary and are adequately fulfilling their intended purpose.
- Study and make recommendations for the reapportionment of judicial districts pursuant to Article V, Section 7a, Texas Constitution.
- Study and make recommendations for improving the structure of the state's trial court system, including, but not limited to: improving the quality, cost-effectiveness, and uniformity of the visiting judge program; devising objective criteria to be used by the Legislature to determine when and where additional trial courts should be created; and clarifying jurisdictional conflicts between courts.
- Monitor the implementation of SB 1074, 77th Legislature, relating to the prevention of racial profiling by certain peace officers.