Summary

Deferred adjudication community supervision, article 42.12, section 5(h) of Code of Criminal Procedure does not authorize the state to pursue a defendant for past due fines and costs with a capias pro fine, where no motion to adjudicate was filed prior to the expiration of|Deferred adjudication community supervision, article 42.12, section 5(h) of the Code of Criminal Procedure does not authorize the state to pursue a defendant for past due fines and costs with a capias pro fine where no motion to adjudicate was filed prior to the expiration of|Dismiss proceedings against defendant and discharge him pursuant to article 42.12, section 5(c) of Code of Criminal Procedure, a court dismisses the charging instrument and terminates the underlying criminal action for which community supervision was granted when court acts to|Deferred adjudication community supervision, article 42.12, section 5(h), Code of Criminal Procedure, does not authorize the state to pursue a defendant for past due fines and costs with a capias pro fine, where no motion to adjudicate was filed prior to the expiration of

Opinion File

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