HB 84, 65th R.S. history

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HB 84, 65th R.S.
Relating to the competence of a defendant to stand trial in a criminal proceeding; providing for examination, hearing, disposition, and commitment of a defendant when there is evidence or a finding that the defendant is incompetent to stand trail.

Last action: Referred to subcommittee

Author: Ronald C. Bird

Remarks: Subcommittee Members: Hendricks, Chm., Washington, McFarland.

Criminal Procedure--Pretrial Procedure
Mental Health & Mental Retardation

House Committee: Criminal Jurisprudence () Minutes: January 25 1977

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