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1.04.
TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION.
(a) The state has jurisdiction over an offense that a person commits by his own conduct or the conduct of another for which he is criminally responsible if:
(1) either the conduct or a result that is an element of the offense occurs inside this state;
(2) the conduct outside this state constitutes and attempt to commit an offense inside this state;
(3) the conduct outside this state constitutes a conspiracy to commit an offense inside this state; or
(4) the conduct inside this state consititutes an attempt, solicitation, or conspiracy to commit, or establishescriminal responsibility for the commission of, an offense in another jurisdiction that is also an offense under the laws of this state
1.06.
COMPUTATION OF AGE.
A person attains a specified age on the day of the anniversary of his birthdate.
DEFINITION:

Actor
1.07. (2)
Means a person whose criminal responsibility is in issue in a criminal action. Whenever the term "suspect" is used in this code, it means "actor."
DEFINITION:

Agency
1.07. (3)
Includes authority, board, bureau, commission, committee, council, department, district, division, and office.
DEFINITION:

Alcoholic Beverage
1.07. (4)
Sec 1.04, Alcoholic Beverage Code
DEFINITION:

Another
1.07. (5)
Means a person other than the actor.
DEFINITION:

Act
1.07.(1)
Means a bodily movement, whether voluntary or involuntary, and includes speech.
DEFINITION:

Association
1.07.(6)
Means a government or governmental subdivision or agency, trust, partnership, or two or more persons having a joint or common economic interest.
1.02.
OBJECTIVES OF CODE.
The general purposes of this code are to establish a system of prohibitions, penalties, and correctional measures to deal with conduct that unjustifiably and inexcusably causes or threatens harm to those individual or public interests for which state protection is appropriate.
1.03.
EFFECT OF CODE
Basically states that it is not a crime unless it's noted in the penal code
DEFINITION:

Criminal Episode
3.01.
The commission of two or more offenses, regardless of whether the harm is directed or inflicted upon more than one person or item of property, under the following circumstances:
(1) the offenses are committed pursuant to the same transaction or pursuantto two or more transactions that are connected or constitute a common scheme or plane; or
(2) the offenses are the repeated commission of the same or similar offenses.
DEFINITION:

Criminal Episode
3.01.
The commission of two or more offenses, regardless of whether the harm is directed or inflicted upon more than one person or item of property, under the following circumstances:
(1) the offenses are committed pursuant to the same transaction or pursuantto two or more transactions that are connected or constitute a common scheme or plane; or
(2) the offenses are the repeated commission of the same or similar offenses.
Culpable Mental States
6.02.(d)(1-4)
(1) intentional
(2) knowing
(3) reckless
(4) criminal negligence
AGE AFFECTING CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY
8.07.(a)
A person may not be prosecuted for or convicted of any offense that the person committed when younger than 15 years of age except: (blah blah blah)
Offenses are designated as:
_________ and ___________

(12.02. Classification of offenses.)
felonies and misdemeanors
Punishment for a Class A misdemeanor:
12.21.
(1) a fine not to exceed $4000
(2) confinement in jail for a term not to exceed one year; or
(3) both such fine and confinement
Punishment for a Class B misdemeanor:
(12.22.)
(1) a fine not to exceed $2000
(2) confinement in jail for a term not to exceed 180 days; or
(3) both such fine and confinement
Punishment for a Class C misdemeanor:
12.23.
a fine not to exceed $500
Punishment for a Capital Felony:
12.31.
imprisonment in the institutional division for life or by death (death penalty)
First degree felony punishment:
12.32.
* 5-99 years or life
* fine not to exceed $10,000
Second degree felony punishment:
12.33.
* 2-20 years in prison
* fine not to exceed $10,000
Third degree felony punishment:
12.34
* 2-10 years in prison
* fine not to exceed $10,000
State Jail Felony punishment:
12.35.
* 180 days - 2 years in prison
* fine not to exceed $10,000