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Criminal Case Type Catagories

 

1. CAPITAL MURDER: An offense under Penal Code Section 19.03 (Capital Murder).

2. MURDER: An offense under Penal Code Section 19.02 (Murder).

 3. ASSAULT OR ATTEMPTED MURDER: A felony offense under Penal Code Section 22.01 (Assault) or 22.04 (Injury to a Child, Elderly Individual, or Disabled Individual); an offense under Section 22.02 (Aggravated Assault); or  an offense of attempt (as defined in Section 15.01) to commit: Murder (19.02) or Capital Murder (19.03).

 4. SEXUAL ASSAULT OF AN ADULT: An offense under Penal Code Section 22.011 (Sexual Assault) or 22.021 (Aggravated Sexual Assault) where the victim is an adult (17 years or older). 

5. INDECENCY OR SEXUAL ASSAULT OF A CHILD: An offense under Penal Code Section 22.011 (Sexual Assault) or 22.021 (Aggravated Sexual Assault) where the victim is a child (younger than 17 years); an offense under Section 21.11 (Indecency with a    Child); or an offense under Section 21.12 (Improper Relationship Between Educator and Student).

 6. ROBBERY: An offense under Penal Code Section 29.02 (Robbery) or 29.03 (Aggravated Robbery)

 7. BURGLARY: A felony offense under Penal Code Section 30.02 (Burglary) or 30.04 (Burglary of    Vehicles).

 8. THEFT: A felony offense under Penal Code Section 31.03 (Theft) or 31.04 (Theft of Service), except when the property involved is a  motor vehicle; an offense under Section 31.05 (Theft of Trade Secrets); or  an offense under Section 32.31 (Credit Card Abuse or Debit Card Abuse).

 9. AUTOMOBILE THEFT: A felony offense under Penal Code Section 31.03 (Theft) if the property involved is a motor vehicle, or an offense under Section 31.07 (Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle).

 10. ARSON: An offense under Penal Code Section 28.02 (Arson).

 11. DRUG SALE OR MANUFACTURE: A felony offense under the Texas Controlled Substances Act (Ch. 481, Health and Safety Code) or the Texas Dangerous Drugs Act (Ch. 483, Health and Safety Code) for the manufacture, delivery, sale, or possession withintent to deliver or sell a drug or controlled substance.

 12. DRUG POSSESSION: A felony offense for possession under the Texas Controlled Substances Act (Ch. 481, Health and Safety Code) or the Texas Dangerous Drugs Act (Ch 483, Health and Safety Code), other than possession with intent to deliver or sell.

 13. FELONY D.W.I.: A felony offense under Section 49.09, Penal Code.

 14. OTHER FELONY: A felony offense not clearly identifiable as belonging in one of the preceding categories, including cases previously categorized as forgery.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

   
 

 

 

 

 

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