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HB 1068, 79th Regular Session
Relating to the collection and analysis of evidence and testimony based on forensic analysis, crime laboratory accreditation, DNA testing, and the creation and maintenance of DNA records; providing a penalty.

Letter to Chairman John Bradley, Texas Forensic Science Commission, clarifying the legislative history and jurisdiction of the Commission.
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By Representatives Lon Burnam, Eddie Rodriguez, Stephen Frost, and Barbara Mallory Caraway, House Committee on Public Safety
Publication Date: July 22, 2010
Memorandum on the jurisdiction of the Forensic Science Commission ('drafted, reviewed, and edited...by 2 members of the FSC who are lawyers, counsel for the Attorney General's Office, the Office of Court Administration and the Department of Public Safety').
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By Texas Forensic Science Commission
Publication Date: July 2010
The top seven under-publicized bills.
See: http://www.crichielaw.com/wp-content/themes/carlrichie/downloads/The_Top_Seven_Under-Publicized_Bills.pdf
In Texas Bar Journal
Publication Date: September 2005
Library Location: Periodicals
Lack of money, members stalled launch of crime lab commission.
In Texas Lawyer
Publication Date: October 23, 2006
Library Location: Periodicals
The price of innocence.
In Texas Observer
Publication Date: January 26, 2007
Library Location: Periodicals
The Texas Forensic Science Commission: Oversight and the road map to admissibility of forensic evidence in Texas.
See: https://cdn.coverstand.com/21412/627702/f1a7e64d74077c5c76aa7dcb56a1b92129a6feca.pdf#page=30 See: https://txcourts.gov/fsc
In Texas Bar Journal
Publication Date: November 2019
Library Location: Periodicals

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