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HB 682, 70th Regular Session
Relating to the sentencing and commitment of certain delinquent children to the Texas Youth Commission, the transfer of those children to the Texas Department of Corrections, and the admissibility of certain juvenile court adjudication records in the penalty phase of criminal trials.

Last action: Effective on 9/1/87

Author: Terral Smith
Sponsor: Frank Tejeda

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1987, 70th R.S.,ch. 385, General and Special Laws of Texas

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)

Subjects:
CORRECTIONS, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF
Corrections--Jails & Prisons
Criminal Procedure--Sentencing & Punishment
Minors--Juvenile Justice
YOUTH COMMISSION

House Committee: Judiciary (Mike Toomey, Harold V. Dutton, Jr., Robert Eckels, Chris Harris, James Hury, Nicolas Perez, Curtis Seidlits, Jr., Hugh Shine, Larry Warner)
Minutes: March 2 1987 | March 12 1987 | March 16 1987 | March 18 1987
Senate Committee: Criminal Justice (Bob McFarland, Don Henderson, Ray Farabee, Bob Glasgow, Ted Lyon, H. Santiesteban, Craig Washington)
Minutes: May 5 1987 | May 12 1987

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