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HB 2335, 71st Regular Session
Relating to reform of the criminal justice system, including the administration of state and local correctional institutions and facilities; release on bond, probation, parole, and mandatory supervision;....

Last action: Effective on 9/1/89

Author: Allen Hightower
Sponsor: Bob McFarland

Remarks: House Conferees: Hightower-Chair, Granoff, Telford, S. Johnson, Willi Senate Conferees: McFarland-Chair, Dickson, Brown, Montford, Caperton. Sections 8.02 & 8.03 take effect only when the constitutional amendmen SJR24 takes effect. The following provisions have immediate effect: Sec. 5.01, Sec. 4.19, Sec. 4.06 and Section 4.18.

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1989, 71st R.S.,ch. 785, General and Special Laws of Texas

Companion:

SB 1169 (Identical)

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (D) (House Research Organization)

Gubernatorial documents:

Subjects:
Appropriations
BONDS
Corrections--Jails & Prisons
CRIMINAL JUSTICE, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF
Criminal Procedure--General
MANDATORY SUPERVISION
Parole, Probation & Pardons
State Agencies, Newly Proposed
Taxation--Cigarette
Taxation--Sales

House Committee: Corrections (Allen Hightower, Warren Chisum, Orlando Garcia, Kent Grusendorf, Sam Johnson, Glenn Repp, Hugh Shine, Barry Telford, Keith Valigura)
Minutes: April 19 1989 | April 20 1989 | April 23 1989 | April 24 1989 | April 26 1989
Senate Committee: Criminal Justice (Bob McFarland, J.E. Brown, Temple Dickson, Rodney Ellis, Ted Lyon, H. Santiesteban, Frank Tejeda)
Minutes: May 11 1989 | May 16 1989

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