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HB 93, 72nd 2nd Called Session
Relating to the efficient operation of the state criminal justice and judicial system, including the punishment of offenses, probation and parole, criminal justice services, and the issuance of general obligation bonds for criminal justice facilities; making appropriations.

Last action: See remarks for effective date

Author: Allen Hightower
Joint Author: Mark Stiles
Sponsor: Ted Lyon
Joint Sponsor: Jim Turner | Mike Moncrief

Remarks: This Act takes effect December 1, 1991, except Articles 9, 11, and 22 take effect immediately, excluding the repealer listed in Section 11.17(a), which takes effect September 1, 1994; Article 21 takes effect September 1, 1991; Articles 5, 12-15, 17-20, and 21A take effect October 1, 1991, excluding Section 19.01, which takes effect October 1, 1992; and Article 3 takes effect upon adoption of SJR 4, 72(1).

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1991, 72nd 2nd C.S.,ch. 10, General and Special Laws of Texas


SB 5 (Identical)

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)

Corrections--Jails & Prisons
Corrections--Parole, Probation & Pardons
Criminal Procedure--Sentencing & Punishment
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions--Newly Proposed
State Finances--Appropriations
State Finances--Management & Control

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)
Senate Committee: Finance (John Montford, Kenneth Armbrister, Gonzalo Barrientos, Teel Bivins, Chet Brooks, Bill Haley, Eddie Johnson, Carl Parker, Bill Ratliff, Bill Sims, Carlos Truan, Jim Turner, Judith Zaffirini)

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