Felony Restrictions by Code
Below is a listing of the Texas Codes that contain statutory restrictions on convicted felons. Click on a code to view the restrictions we have been able to identify within that code. We do not warrant this to be a complete listing of all restrictions for felons.
§117.073. Department Of Assistive And Rehabilitative Service — Rules
The executive commissioner may adopt rules reasonably necessary for the department to administer this chapter, consistent with the memorandum of understanding under Section 531.0055(k), Government Code, between the commissioner and the executive commissioner, as adopted by rule.
» Texas Administrative Code Rule 40 TAC Sec. 745.65
40 TAC Sec. 745.651 - (a) A misdemeanor or felony under Title 5 (Offenses Against the Person), Title 6 (Offenses Against the Family), Chapter 29 (Robbery) of Title 7, Chapter 43 (Public Indecency) or §42.072 (Stalking) of Title 9, §15.031 (Criminal Solicitation of a Minor) of Title 4, §38.17 (Failure to Stop or Report Aggravated Sexual Assault of Child) of Title 8 of the Texas Penal Code (TPC), or any like offense under the law of another state or federal law; (b) A misdemeanor or felony committed within the past 10 years under: (1) The Texas Controlled Substances Act; (2) The following sections or chapters of the TPC: (A) §39.04 (Violations of the Civil Rights of Person in Custody; Improper Sexual Activity with Person in Custody); (B) §42.08 (Abuse of Corpse); (C) §42.09 (Cruelty to Animals); (D) §42.091 (Attack on Assistance Animal); (E) §42.092 (Cruelty to Nonlivestock Animals); (F) §42.10 (Dog Fighting); (G) §46.13 (Making a Firearm Accessible to a Child); or (H) Chapter 49 (Intoxication and Alcoholic Beverage Offenses); or (3) The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code, §106.06 (Purchase of Alcohol for a Minor; Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor); (4) Any like offense of the law of another state or federal law; or (c) Any other felony committed within the past 10 years under the TPC or any like offense of the law of another state or federal law; or (d) Deferred adjudications covering an offense listed in subsections (a) - (c) of this section, if the person has not completed the probation successfully.
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