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SB 166, 72nd Regular Session
Relating to a prohibition on the requirement of a polygraph examination of a complainant as a condition of charging a defendant accused of certain criminal offenses.

Last action: 1st Printing sent to Calendars

Author: Judith Zaffirini
Coauthor: Ted Lyon | Frank Tejeda | Peggy Rosson | Eddie Johnson
Sponsor: Debra Danburg

Companion:

HB 261 (Similar)

Subjects:
Criminal Procedure--Pretrial Procedure
Law Enforcement
POLYGRAPH EXAMINATIONS

House Committee: Criminal Jurisprudence (Parker McCollough, John Cook, Eddie De La Garza, Kenneth Fleuriet, Pete Gallego, Steve Ogden, A.R. Ovard, Allen Place, Jim Tallas)
Minutes: April 3 1991
Senate Committee: Criminal Justice (Ted Lyon, J.E. Brown, Rodney Ellis, Chris Harris, David Sibley, Bill Sims, Frank Tejeda)
Minutes: February 19 1991

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