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Traffic Court System - 62nd R.S. (1971)

Committee Members
John F. Boyle, Jr.
Steve Burgess
Charles Herring
Max Sherman
Elmer Tarbox
Jim Wallace
B.H. Dewey, Jr.
Kenneth Douglas
Leon Douglas
Leona M. Franklin
Sam Gardner
Guy Hardin
Charles Judice
Albert Lee
William Sears McGee
George Perry
A. Ross Rommel
Josiah Wheat
• A comprehensive statewide study and examination of the structure and operation of Texas traffic courts be undertaken and this study should include geographic jurisdiction, authority, rules of procedure, qualification of traffic court personnel, mandatory personal appearance of defendant in court, utilization of records before sentencing, range of penalties, reporting of convictions, training for court personnel, the financial aspects of traffic courts, including sources of funds, costs of operation and disposition of revenue, recommendations on adequate courtroom facilities; judges salaries, education and a code of ethics; and any other related fields in which the study committee may feel action is necessary and proper for the orderly administration of justice in traffic cases.

House members appointed by Speaker 7/30/1971, pursuant to SCR 86. House, Senate, citizen, and other members listed in report.

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