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SB 387, 54th Regular Session
Relating to providing for the appointment of Juvenile Probation Officers in counties having a population of more than five hundred thousand (500,000) inhabitants, according to the last preceding or any future Federal Census; providing for a salary for such Juvenile Probation Officers and the manner of payment thereof; providing for the appointment of Assistant Juvenile Probation Officers and other employees; providing for salaries for such Assistant Juvenile Probation Officers and other employees and the manner of payment thereof; providing for necessary transportation or car allowance for the use of such Juvenile Probation Officer and his assistants; providing for payments in wife and child desertion cases to be paid to the Juvenile Probation Officer or District Clerk; providing for the making of bond by Juvenile Probation Officers; providing for audit by the County Auditor of the books and records of the Juvenile Probation Officer; providing a savings clause; providing for repeal of conflicting laws only; making January 1, 1956, the operative date of this Act.
Author: Oswald E. "Ozzie" Latimer
Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1955, 54th R.S.,ch. 251, General and Special Laws of Texas
Corrections--Parole, Probation & Pardons
Juvenile Boards & Officers
Salaries & Expenses
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