HB 3, 42nd 1st C.S. history

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HB 3, 42nd 1st C.S.
Relating to amending certain Statutes by making compulsory the personal attendance of out of county witnesses in suits involving violations of conservation laws and of laws prohibiting trusts, monopolies or combinations in restraint of trade; providing that any witness failing to appear in obedience to subpoena may be punished for contempt.

Author: Harry N. Graves
Coauthor: James Bert Ford | Robert J. "Bob" Long

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1931, 42nd 1st C.S.,ch. 44, General and Special Laws of Texas

Criminal Procedure--Trial

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