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SB 1152, 65th Regular Session
Providing that where a homicide or assault takes place to prevent certain offenses the fact that a victim of the homicide or assault used or exhibited a deadly weapon is prima facie evidence that the victim intended to cause death or serious bodily injury.
Last action: Vetoed by the Governor
Author: Oscar Mauzy
Sponsor: Lynn Nabers
Remarks: Considered in lieu of HB1983, 5/19/77, HJ pg 3339.
Committee Report (Committee)
Vetoed by Governor Dolph Briscoe
House Committee: Criminal Jurisprudence ()
May 18 1977
Senate Committee: Jurisprudence ()
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