Authorizes the State Board of Probation and Parole, at its discretion, to conduct probation and parole hearings by videoconferencing and allows victims to choose where to testify for the videoconferencing
||Moore, Danie (020)
||Harris, Belinda (110) ... et al.
|Proposed Effective Date:
||04/19/2006 - Returned to Committee of Origin (S)
||HCS HB 1432
||Hearing not scheduled
||Bill currently not on a House calendar