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SB 25, 73rd Regular Session
Relating to the offense of harassment and including within that offense conduct that constitutes stalking; providing limitations on release on bond, furlough, probation, and parole; and providing notification.

Last action: Effective immediately

Author: Mike Moncrief
Joint Author: Rodney Ellis | John Montford
Coauthor: Chris Harris | Steven Carriker | Bill Ratliff | Carlos Truan | Jerry Patterson | Florence Shapiro | Dan Shelley | Jane Nelson | David Sibley | Bill Sims | John Leedom | Eddie Lucio | Frank Madla | Kenneth Armbrister | Gonzalo Barrientos | Jeff Wentworth | Carl Parker | Teel Bivins | Royce West | Peggy Rosson | Jim Turner | Bill Haley | O.H. Harris | Don Henderson | Gregory Luna | Judith Zaffirini | John Whitmire | J.E. Brown
Sponsor: Brian McCall
Joint Sponsor: Debra Danburg | Roberto Gutierrez | Elliott Naishtat | Toby Goodman

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1993, 73rd R.S.,ch. 10, General and Special Laws of Texas

Companion:

HB 122 (Identical)

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

Subjects:
Corrections--Parole, Probation & Pardons
Crimes--Against Persons
STALKING

House Committee: Criminal Jurisprudence (Allen Place, Ray Allen, Susan Combs, Eddie De La Garza, Al Granoff, Sherri Greenberg, Will Hartnett, Pedro Nieto, Jim Solis, Mark Stiles, Robert Talton)
Minutes: February 22 1993
Senate Committee: Criminal Justice (John Whitmire, J.E. Brown, Jane Nelson, David Sibley, Bill Sims, Jim Turner, Royce West)
Minutes: February 9 1993

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