SB 55, 71st R.S. history

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SB 55, 71st R.S.
Relating to the admissibility in a criminal proceeding of an oral or sign language statement made by the accused as a result of custodial interrogation.

Last action: Effective on 9/1/89

Author: J.E. Brown
Coauthor: Teel Bivins
Sponsor: Ashley Smith

Remarks: The House considered HB11 to be a companion document. Senate Conferees: Brown-Chair, Washington, McFarland, Bivins, Santiest House Conferees: A. Smith-Chair, Craddick, Evans, Morales, Parker. SCR 180 allows for change in conference committee.

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1989, 71st R.S.,ch. 777, General and Special Laws of Texas

Bill Analyses:
Enrolled (Senate Research Center)
Committee Report (House Research Organization)

Criminal Procedure--Trial

House Committee: Criminal Jurisprudence (Dan Morales, Clyde Alexander, Juan Hinojosa, Parker McCollough, A.R. Ovard, Jim Parker, Anthony Polumbo, Bob Richardson, Larry Warner)
Minutes: May 3 1989
Senate Committee: Criminal Justice (Bob McFarland, J.E. Brown, Temple Dickson, Rodney Ellis, Ted Lyon, H. Santiesteban, Frank Tejeda)
Minutes: March 7 1989 | March 14 1989 | March 28 1989

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