SB 435, 43rd R.S. history

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SB 435, 43rd R.S.
Relating to amending certain Article of the Code of Criminal Procedure so as to provide that no officer shall collect any fees from the State of Texas, in any case, except murder, where a defendant may, under the indictment, be convicted of a misdemeanor or a felony with punishment assessed at a fine, jail sentence, or both such fine and imprisonment in jail, until after the case has been finally disposed of.

Author: John W. E. H. Beck
Coauthor: George Clark Purl | Joseph M. "Joe" Moore | Thomas Arthur "Tom" DeBerry

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1933, 43rd R.S.,ch. 119, General Laws of Texas

Criminal Procedure--Posttrial Procedure
Fees & Other Nontax Revenue--Local

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