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• Texas Statutes • Code of Criminal Procedure • TITLE 1. CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE • CHAPTER 51. FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE • ARTICLE IX.
Sec. 3. Form Of Demand. No Demand For The Extradition Of A Person Charged With Crime In Another State Shall Be Recognized By The Governor Unless In Writing, Alleging, Except In Cases Arising Under Section 6, That The Accused Was Present In The Demanding State At The Time Of The Commission Of The Alleged Crime, And That Thereafter He Fled From The State, And Accompanied By A Copy Of An Indictment Found Or By Information Supported By Affidavit In The State Having Jurisdiction Of The Crime, Or By A Copy Of An Affidavit Before A Magistrate There, Together With A Copy Of Any Warrant Which Issued Thereupon;
• Texas Statutes • Code of Criminal Procedure • TITLE 1. CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE • CHAPTER 17. BAIL
Sec. 2. Provided, However, Any Person Who Has Signed As A Surety On A Bail Bond And Is In Default Thereon Shall Thereafter Be Disqualified To Sign As A Surety So Long As The Person Is In Default On The Bond. It Shall Be The Duty Of The Clerk Of The Court Where The Surety Is In Default On A Bail Bond To Notify In Writing The Sheriff, Chief Of Police, Or Other Peace Officer Of The Default.