Tape 0519 Side 1, 63rd Texas Legislature, Regular Session, Senate Jurisprudence Committee, Subcommittee on Criminal Matters, 1973-02-20
Case notes: 63rd Leg., Senate Subcom. on Criminal Matters Subcommittee on Criminal Jurisprudence 2/20/73 9:20-9:32 5 2/21/73 SB19, 22, Officer Bell, Judge Sharpe SB34 III and IV
Tape notes: #5 II IV New tape Feb 20, 1973 9:20-9:32 7:18 to 7:53 - SB 19 and SB 22 63rd Leg., Senate Subcom on Criminal Matters
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63rd Legislature, Regular Session
Jurisprudence Committee, Subcommittee on Criminal Matters
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