SB 169, 52nd R.S. history

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SB 169, 52nd R.S.
Relating to amending the Code of Criminal Procedure pertaining to granting of suspended sentences; providing that suspended sentences may not be granted in certain cases; providing that suspension of sentence shall not be granted until a finding has been made by the trial judge that the defendant's fingerprints and physical description have been taken by a peace officer of this State and two cards bearing the fingerprints of the defendant forwarded to the bureau of identification and records, Department of Public Safety in Austin, Texas.

Author: Crawford Collins Martin

Criminal Procedure--Posttrial Procedure
Criminal Procedure--Sentencing & Punishment

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