Press release from the Office of Governor William P. Clements, Jr. regarding appointments, January 18, 1982
Press release from the Office of Governor William P. Clements, Jr. regarding appointments, January 18, 1982. Press release announcing the appointment of Mark Martin, Amber Cree, T.L. Baker, Don Byrd, Oscar Correa, John J. Douglass, Clarence A. Guittard, Lloyd Lochridge, Chris Meely, Udell Moore, Lynn Nabors, Jimmy Newson, Max N. Osborn, Preston Shirley, Robert "Bob" O. Smith, Henry Wade, Ronald Yeager, and Don Taylor to the Governor's Task Force on the Incarceration of Inmates Pending Appeal.
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Clements, William P., 1917-2011Governor's Task Force on the Incarceration of Inmates Pending AppealMartin, MarkByrd, Donald ArthurGuittard, ClarenceMoore, T. UdellSmith, Robert OwenWade, Henry
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atICE OF GOVERNOR WILLIAM P. CLEMENTS, JR. January 18, 1982 For immediate release: Governor Bill Clements today named 18 members of the Governor's Task Force on the Incarceration of Inmates Pending Appeal. The newly-created task force will examine advantages to the state prison system of remanding to local facilities those inmates who are appealing convictions as compared with the negative impact on city and county facilities of accepting them. Mark Martin of Dallas will serve as chairman of the task force. He is a senior law partner in the firm of Strasburger and Price. Other volunteer members are: Amber Cree of Abilene. She is a member of the Jail Standards Board and will serve as vice-chairman of the task force. T.L. Baker of Amarillo, who is Potter County Sheriff. Don Byrd, Sheriff of Dallas County. Oscar Correa of Raymondville, Assistant Vice-President at Raymondville Bank of Texas and former Willacy County Sheriff. John J. Douglass of Houston. He is dean of the National College of District Attorneys located at the University of Houston College of Law. Clarence A. Guittard, Chief Justice of the Dallas County Court of Appeals. Lloyd Lochridge, attorney with McGinnis, Lochridge & Kilgore law firm in Austin. Chris Mealy of Kingsland, Llano County Attorney. Udell Mbore, El Paso County Judge. Representative Lynn Nabors of Brownwood. Jimmy Newson, Chief of Police in Port Arthur. Max N. Osborn, Civil Appeals Court Judge in El Paso. Preston Shirley, attorney with Miles, Shirley, McMicken & Eckel law firm in Galveston. Robert "Bob" 0. Smith, attorney from Austin. He is former District Attorney and former District Judge. Henry Wade, District Attorney from Dallas. Ronald Yeager, District Judge from Sinton. Don Taylor of Austin. He spent 11 years in jail for drugs and drug related property crimes and received a full pardon in 1981. He is chairman of the State Board of CURE and on the board of directors of the Texas Council on Crime and Delinquency. The Governor's Task Force on the Incarceration of Inmates Pending Appeal will hold its first meeting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, January 21 at the office of Strasburger & Price, One Main Place in Dallas.