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Texas Code of Criminal Procedure - Chapter 26 Arraignment

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  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.01 - Arraignment
    In all felony cases, after indictment, and all misdemeanor cases punishable by imprisonment, there shall be an arraignment. Acts 1965, 59th Leg., p. 317, ch. ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.011 - Waiver Of Arraignment
    An attorney representing a defendant may present a waiver of arraignment, and the clerk of the court may not require the presence of the defendant ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.02 - Purpose Of Arraignment
    An arraignment takes place for the purpose of fixing his identity and hearing his plea. Acts 1965, 59th Leg., p. 317, ch. 722, Sec. 1, ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.03 - Time Of Arraignment
    No arraignment shall take place until the expiration of at least two entire days after the day on which a copy of the indictment was ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.04 - Procedures For Appointing Counsel
    (a) The judges of the county courts, statutory county courts, and district courts trying criminal cases in each county, by local rule, shall adopt and ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.044 - Public Defender
    (a) In this chapter: (1) "Governmental entity" includes a county, a group of counties, a branch or agency of a county, an administrative judicial region ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.05 - Compensation Of Counsel Appointed To Defend
    (a) A counsel, other than an attorney with a public defender, appointed to represent a defendant in a criminal proceeding, including a habeas corpus hearing, ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.051 - Indigent Inmate Defense
    (a) In this article: (1) "Board" means the Texas Board of Criminal Justice. (2) "Institutional division" means the institutional division of the Texas Department of ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.052 - Appointment Of Counsel In Death Penalty Case; Reimbursement Of Investigative Expenses
    (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, this article establishes procedures in death penalty cases for appointment and payment of counsel to represent indigent ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.053 - Public Defender In Randall County
    (a) The Commissioners Court of Randall County may appoint an attorney to serve as a public defender. The public defender serves at the pleasure of ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.055 - Contribution From State For Defense Of Indigent Inmates
    Sec. 1. (a) This article applies only to an attorney appointed under Article 26.05 of this code to defend an indigent inmate before August 1, ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.056 - Contribution From State In Certain Counties
    Sec. 1. A county in which a state training school for delinquent children is located shall pay from its general fund the first $250 of ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.057 - Cost Of Employment Of Counsel For Certain Minors
    If a juvenile has been transferred to a criminal court under Section 54.02, Family Code, and if a court appoints counsel for the juvenile under ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.06 - Elected Officials Not To Be Appointed
    No court may appoint an elected county, district or state official to represent a person accused of crime, unless the official has notified the court ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.07 - Name As Stated In Indictment
    When the defendant is arraigned, his name, as stated in the indictment, shall be distinctly called; and unless he suggest by himself or counsel that ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.08 - If Defendant Suggests Different Name
    If the defendant, or his counsel for him, suggests that he bears some name different from that stated in the indictment, the same shall be ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.09 - If Accused Refuses To Give His Real Name
    If the defendant alleges that he is not indicted by his true name, and refuses to say what his real name is, the cause shall ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.10 - Where Name Is Unknown
    A defendant described as a person whose name is unknown may have the indictment so corrected as to give therein his true name. Acts 1965, ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.11 - Indictment Read
    The name of the accused having been called, if no suggestion, such as is spoken of in the four preceding Articles, be made, or being ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.12 - Plea Of Not Guilty Entered
    If the defendant answers that he is not guilty, such plea shall be entered upon the minutes of the court; if he refuses to answer, ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.13 - Plea Of Guilty
    (a) Prior to accepting a plea of guilty or a plea of nolo contendere, the court shall admonish the defendant of: (1) the range of ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.14 - Jury On Plea Of Guilty
    Where a defendant in a case of felony persists in pleading guilty or in entering a plea of nolo contendere, if the punishment is not ...
  • Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 26.15 [503] [567] [556] CORRECTING NAME. In any case, the same proceedings shall be had with respect to the name of the defendant and the correction of the indictment or information as provided with respect to the same in capital cases. Acts 1965, 59th Leg., p. 317, ch. 722, Sec. 1, eff. Jan - 1, 1966
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