1 Document(s) [ Subject: Mandatory supervision ]
|Committee:||House Crime and its Control, Special Task Force|
|Library Catalog Title:||Report of the Special House Task Force on Crime and Its Control.|
|Subjects:||Criminal justice | Good-conduct time | Mandatory supervision | Parole | Probation | Searches and seizures ||
|Library Call Number:||L1836.64 c868|
|Session:||64th R.S. (1975)|
|Online version:||View report [69 pages File size: 2,139 kb]|
|Charges:||This report should address the charges below.|
|1.||Prepare legislation directed to reducing crime in Texas as follows: 1. Deny probation to any person using a firearm during the commission of a felony offense. 2. Add-on punishment for persons who carry firearms while committing major felony crimes involving violence. 3. Recommending changes necessary to deny bail to persons who while free on bond for a felony offense, are accused of committing other offenses. 4. Permitting the state a limited right to appeal in certain circumstances in criminal cases. 5. Changing the law on confessions to permit a fuller use of oral confessions in Texas. 6. Permitting state use of wiretapping and other electronic tools to combat organized crime in the state.|
|2.||Review the criminal justice system and determine if there are other approaches to solutions for problem areas in the system. *|
* This represents an abstract of the report contents. Charge text is incomplete or unavailable.
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