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Brief for Appellee

Conclusion

For the reasons above stated Appellee submits that the appeal from the judgment of the lower court denying injunctive relief to the appellants should be affirmed; that this Court consider plenary review of this entire case and reverse the judgment of the court below declaring Articles 1191, 1192, 1193, 1194, and 1196 of the Texas Penal Code unconstitutional and enters its order accordingly.

Respectfully submitted,

CRAWFORD C. MARTIN
Attorney General of Texas

HENRY WADE
Criminal District Attorney
Dallas County Government Center
Dallas County, Texas

JOHN B. TOLLE
Assistant District Attorney
Dallas County Government Center
Dallas, Texas 75202

NOLA WHITE
First Assistant Attorney General

ALFRED WALKER
Executive Assistant

ROBERT C. FLOWERS
Assistant Attorney General

JAY FLOYD
Assistant Attorney General
P.O. Box 12548, Capitol Station
Austin, Texas, 78711
Attorney for Appellee

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