THE TEXAS CONSTITUTION

Sec. 19.  INELIGIBILITY OF PERSONS HOLDING OTHER OFFICES.

No judge of any court, Secretary of State, Attorney General, clerk of
any court of record, or any person holding a lucrative office under the
United States, or this State, or any foreign government shall during the
term for which he is elected or appointed, be eligible to the Legislature.

Sec. 20.  COLLECTORS OF TAXES; PERSONS ENTRUSTED WITH
PUBLIC MONEY; INELIGIBILITY.

No person who at any time may have been a collector of taxes, or who
may have been otherwise entrusted with public money, shall be
eligible to the Legislature, or to any office of profit or trust under the
State government, until he shall have obtained a discharge for the
amount of such collections, or for all public moneys with which he may
have been entrusted.

Sec. 21.  WORDS SPOKEN IN DEBATE.

No member shall be questioned in any other place for words spoken in
debate in either House.

Sec. 22.  DISCLOSURE OF PRIVATE INTEREST IN MEASURE OR BILL;
NOT TO VOTE.

A member who has a personal or private interest in any measure or
bill, proposed, or pending before the Legislature, shall disclose the fact
to the House, of which he is a member, and shall not vote thereon.

Sec. 23.  REMOVAL FROM DISTRICT OR COUNTY FROM WHICH
ELECTED. If any Senator or Representative remove his residence from
the district or county for which he was elected, his office shall thereby
become vacant, and the vacancy shall be filled as provided in section
13 of this article.
Sec. 23a.  (Repealed Nov. 4, 1997.)

Sec. 24.  COMPENSATION AND EXPENSES OF MEMBERS OF
LEGISLATURE; DURATION OF SESSIONS.

(a) Members of the Legislature shall receive from the Public Treasury a
salary of Six Hundred Dollars ($600) per month, unless a greater
amount is recommended by the Texas Ethics Commission and approved
by the voters of this State in which case the salary is that amount.
Each member shall also receive a per diem set by the Texas Ethics
Commission for each day during each Regular and Special Session of the
Legislature.

(b)  No Regular Session shall be of longer duration than one hundred
and forty (140) days.

(c)  In addition to the per diem the Members of each House shall be
entitled to mileage at the same rate as prescribed by law for employees
of the State of Texas.

(Amended Nov. 4, 1930, Nov. 2, 1954, Nov. 8, 1960, April 22, 1975,
and Nov. 5, 1991.)
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ANDY NOLEN HOUSTON CRIMINAL LAWYER
OVER 17 YEARS  CRIMINAL LAW EXPERIENCE
LICENSED IN BOTH STATE AND FEDERAL COURT
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THE TEXAS
CONSTITUTION

FREEDOM AND SOVEREIGNTY
OF STATE
REPUBLICAN FORM OF
GOVERNMENT
EQUAL RIGHTS
EQUALITY UNDER THE LAW
RELIGIOUS TESTS
RELIGIOUS BELIEFS; OATHS
AND AFFIRMATIONS
FREEDOM OF WORSHIP
APPROPRIATIONS FOR
SECTARIAN PURPOSES
FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND
PRESS; LIBEL
SEARCHES AND VIOLATION OF
CONDITION OF RELEASE
PENDING TRIAL; DENIAL OF
BAIL, SEIZURES
RIGHTS OF ACCUSED IN
CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS
BAIL
MULTIPLE CONVICTIONS;
DENIAL OF BAIL
VIOLATION OF AN ORDER FOR
EMERGENCY PROTECTION
INVOLVING FAMILY VIOLENCE
HABEAS CORPUS
EXCESSIVE BAIL OR FINES;
CRUEL AND UNUSUAL
PUNISHMENT; REMEDY BY
DUE COURSE OF LAW
DOUBLE JEOPARDY
RIGHT OF TRIAL BY JURY
COMMITMENT OF PERSONS OF
UNSOUND MIND
BILLS OF ATTAINDER; EX POST
FACTO OR RETROACTIVE
LAWS; IMPAIRING
OBLIGATION OF CONTRACTS
DAMAGING, OR DESTROYING
PROPERTY
DEPRIVATION OF LIFE,
LIBERTY, ETC.; DUE COURSE OF
LAW
RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR
ARMS
RIGHT OF ASSEMBLY;
PETITION FOR REDRESS OF
GRIEVANCES
RIGHTS OF CRIME VICTIMS
COMPENSATION TO VICTIMS OF
CRIME
MARRIAGE
DIVISION OF POWERS
LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT
JUDGE OF QUALIFICATIONS
RULES OF PROCEDURE
VACANCIES; WRITS OF
ELECTION
PRIVILEGED FROM ARREST
DISRESPECTFUL OR
DISORDERLY CONDUCT
COLLECTORS OF TAXES
Texas Ethics Commission
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Senators and Representatives
LAWS PASSED BY BILL
DEFEATED BILLS AND
RESOLUTIONS
EFFECT OF LAWS;
EMERGENCIES
REVISION OF LAWS
CHANGE OF VENUE IN CIVIL
AND CRIMINAL CASES
LOTTERIES AND GIFT
ENTERPRISES; BINGO GAMES
EMERGENCY SERVICES
DISTRICTS
JAIL DISTRICTS
Texas State Debt
COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC
ACCOUNTS
VETERANS' HOUSING
ASSISTANCE FUND
VETERANS' LAND BOARD;
BOND ISSUES
The Houston, Texas,  law firm of Andy Nolen,  represents people who have been accused of a state crime in Texas, including in communities such as
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and all Felonies.
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