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SB 265, 67th R.S.
Relating to the supreme court, the court of criminal appeals, and the courts of appeals and to the jurisdiction, places for transacting business and hearing cases, powers, duties, authority, procedures, records, and fees of the courts; providing for the qualifications, duties, powers, appointment, terms, election, removal, and compensation of the judges of the courts and for the duties and compensation of district and county attorneys and the necessary clerks, officers, and employees of the courts; providing for bail in certain cases after reversal of a conviction; providing for the creation of judicial offices for courts of appeals; providing the jurisdiction of and procedure for the trial and appeal of civil and criminal cases and cases of original jurisdiction; providing an effective date and transition procedures.

Last action: Effective on . . . . . . . . . .

Author: Ray Farabee
Sponsor: Robert Maloney

Remarks: Postponed until 11:30 AM 3/9/81 on Senate floor. Postponed until 11:30 AM 3.10/81 on Senate floor. Senate Conferees: Farabee- Ch., Howard, Doggett, Caperton, Meier. House Conferees: Maloney- Ch., Nabers, Jones, Bush, Turner.

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1981, 67th R.S.,ch. 291, General and Special Laws of Texas


HB 499 (Identical)

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Study Group)
Conference Committee Report (House Study Group)


House Committee: Criminal Jurisprudence ()
Minutes: March 25 1981 | April 6 1981 | April 22 1981 | April 29 1981 | October 21 1982 | October 22 1982
Senate Committee: Intergovernmental Relations ()
Minutes: February 19 1981 | February 24 1981

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