Texas Association for Justice and Legal Reform (TAJLR)

              

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“Deferred Adjudication will be referred to as “DA” throughout this Web site”

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OUR GOAL

The goal of TAJLR is to encourage our state legislators to change the current state law written in the TEXAS CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, Section 55.01 and 55.02, which currently prohibits ANYONE who has every taken Deferred Adjudication for anything other than a Class C Misdemeanor from EVER being afforded the opportunity of having their criminal record expunged. There are over 2.2 million people that are affected by Deferred Adjudication (referred to as “DA” from this point on) in the state of Texas. 2.2 million people that face a lifetime of employment discrimination, housing discrimination, broken families, and an endless cycle of poverty and misery.

“There must come a time when those that have paid their debt to society and have made good on their promise to be productive citizens are afforded the opportunity of a clean slate”.

 

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Texas Association for Justice and Legal Reform (TAJLR)

              

Legislative Links:

Texas House Web site

Texas House Members

Texas Senate Web site

Texas “Bill” Search

Texas Online Web site

Texas Governor Web site                                   

“Deferred Adjudication will be referred to as “DA” throughout this Web site”

10 August 2010

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© 2010 TAJLR