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HB414   Died in Committee with No Public Hearing
Referred to House Criminal Jurisprudence Committee, chaired by a Democrat
Caption: Relating to a maximum allowable caseload for certain attorneys.
Democrat Bill, authored by Collier
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(Tue 3/21/2023) Testifying before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Fennell, Nathan for Texas Fair Defense Project
(Tue 3/21/2023) Testifying before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Riley, Stuart for self
(Tue 3/21/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Bohnert, Richard for self
(Tue 3/21/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Malouff, Charlie for Texas C.U.R.E., Inc.
(Tue 3/21/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Schuerman, Emily for Lone Star Justice Alliance
(Tue 3/21/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Sugg, Paul for Harris County Commissioners Court
 

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(Tue 3/21/2023) Testifying before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Place, Allen for Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (TCDLA)



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