SB 167, 52nd R.S. history

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SB 167, 52nd R.S.
Relating to providing that in a criminal case where a written motion is filed and overruled, the motion, any reply thereto, the court's order thereon, the exception to such ruling, any evidence thereon, if any evidence was adduced, shall constitute a Bill of Exception on appeal and no formal Bill of Exception need to be prepared.

Author: Crawford Collins Martin

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1951, 52nd R.S.,ch. 463, General and Special Laws of Texas

Criminal Procedure--Posttrial Procedure

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