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Here are some annotated links to the various Texas State web sites containing information about Texas laws related to crime.

All Texas Statutes

This is a complete rendering of all Texas Statutes, including the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, the Texas Health and Safety Code and the Texas Penal Code. Links to all of these are provided below. While some of the functions of this page appear to be specific to Internet Explorer and do not work with other browsers, you can download the various statutes as zipped archives, PDF documents or word processor documents.

Texas Penal Code

This is a complete rendering of the Texas Penal Code, including the majority of laws related to criminal activity. While some of the functions of this page appear to be specific to Internet Explorer and do not work with other browsers, you can download the entire Texas Penal Code in one zipped archive. You also download individual chapters of the code in PDF or word processor formats. We also have a local copy of the penal code.

Texas Health and Safety Code

This is a complete rendering of the Texas Health and Safety Code. This code contains law related to drugs and controlled substances. While some of the functions of this page appear to be specific to Internet Explorer and do not work with other browsers, you can download the entire Texas Penal Code in one zipped archive. You also download individual chapters of the code in PDF or word processor formats.

Texas Code of Criminal Procedure

This is a complete rendering of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure. While some of the functions of this page appear to be specific to Internet Explorer and do not work with other browsers, you can download the entire Texas Code of Criminal Procedure in one zipped archive. You also download individual chapters of the code in PDF or word processor formats.