Texas Law
Criminal Procedure


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Texas Laws | Criminal Procedure

CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

TITLE 1. CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

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CHAPTER 21. INDICTMENT AND INFORMATION

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Art. 21.01. "INDICTMENT".

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Art. 21.011. FILING OF CHARGING INSTRUMENT OR RELATED DOCUMENT IN ELECTRONIC FORM.

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Art. 21.02. REQUISITES OF AN INDICTMENT.

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Art. 21.03. WHAT SHOULD BE STATED.

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Art. 21.04. THE CERTAINTY REQUIRED.

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Art. 21.05. PARTICULAR INTENT; INTENT TO DEFRAUD.

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Art. 21.06. ALLEGATION OF VENUE.

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Art. 21.07. ALLEGATION OF NAME.

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Art. 21.08. ALLEGATION OF OWNERSHIP.

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Art. 21.09. DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY.

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Art. 21.10. "FELONIOUS" AND "FELONIOUSLY".

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Art. 21.11. CERTAINTY; WHAT SUFFICIENT.

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Art. 21.12. SPECIAL AND GENERAL TERMS.

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Art. 21.13. ACT WITH INTENT TO COMMIT AN OFFENSE.

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Art. 21.14. PERJURY AND AGGRAVATED PERJURY.

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Art. 21.15. MUST ALLEGE ACTS OF RECKLESSNESS OR CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE.

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Art. 21.16. CERTAIN FORMS OF INDICTMENTS.

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Art. 21.17. FOLLOWING STATUTORY WORDS.

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Art. 21.18. MATTERS OF JUDICIAL NOTICE.

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Art. 21.19. DEFECTS OF FORM.

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Art. 21.20. "INFORMATION".

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Art. 21.21. REQUISITES OF AN INFORMATION.

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Art. 21.22. INFORMATION BASED UPON COMPLAINT.

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Art. 21.23. RULES AS TO INDICTMENT APPLY TO INFORMATION.

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Art. 21.24. JOINDER OF CERTAIN OFFENSES.

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Art. 21.25. WHEN INDICTMENT HAS BEEN LOST, ETC.

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Art. 21.26. ORDER TRANSFERRING CASES.

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Art. 21.27. CAUSES TRANSFERRED TO JUSTICE COURT.

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Art. 21.28. DUTY ON TRANSFER.

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Art. 21.29. PROCEEDINGS OF INFERIOR COURT.

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Art. 21.30. CAUSE IMPROVIDENTLY TRANSFERRED.

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