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HB 899, 54th R.S.
Relating to abolishing the office of County Attorney of Harrison County, Texas; creating the Constitutional office of Criminal District Attorney for Harrison County; providing for the election and tenure of office, and prescribing the qualifications, powers, duties, compensation and expenses of said office; providing for the appointment of assistants, investigators, stenographers and providing for their compensation, prescribing their powers and duties; providing for the appointment of the Criminal District Attorney until the next general election and until his successor shall qualify; and providing that the District Attorney of the 71st Judicial District shall be elected from Harrison County at the next general election and every four years thereafter; providing for a severability clause; providing for a repealing clause.

Author: Reagan Russell Huffman

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1955, 54th R.S.,ch. 375, General and Special Laws of Texas

Subjects:
Courts--Prosecuting Attorneys
HARRISON COUNTY

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