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SB 222, 74th Regular Session
Relating to a prohibition of the requirement of a polygraph examination of a complainant as a condition of charging a defendant accused of certain criminal offenses.

Last action: Effective on 9/1/95

Author: Judith Zaffirini
Sponsor: Debra Danburg
Joint Sponsor: Jessica Farrar

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1995, 74th R.S.,ch. 24, General and Special Laws of Texas

Companion:

HB 126 (Very Similar)

Bill Analyses:
Enrolled (Senate Research Center)

Subjects:
Crimes--Against Persons
Criminal Procedure--General
Criminal Procedure--Pretrial Procedure
Family--Family Violence
POLYGRAPH EXAMINATIONS
SEXUAL ASSAULT

House Committee: Criminal Jurisprudence (Allen Place, Jessica Farrar, Sherri Greenberg, Samuel Hudson III, Joe Nixon, Joseph Pickett, Jim Pitts, Jim Solis, Robert Talton)
Minutes: March 28 1995
Senate Committee: Criminal Justice (John Whitmire, J.E. Brown, Chris Harris, Mike Moncrief, Florence Shapiro, Bill Sims, Jim Turner, Royce West)
Minutes: March 14 1995

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