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1 Criminal System Code Table Handout Harris County Information Technology Center Education & Career Development Division 1310 Prairie; Suite 1220 Houston, Texas February 2012

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3 Table of Contents Court Division Indicator Codes (CDI)...1 Jail Location Codes (on LBKI and LWRI)...2 Case Status Codes (CST)...4 Docket Name Codes (DNC)...5 Connection Codes (CON or COC)...6 Reason for Court Appearance Codes (on LD09)...8 Case Disposition Codes (CAD)...11 Reason for Jail Release Codes (HOW field on LBKI )...12 Bond Type Codes...15 Instrument Type Codes (INS)...16 Defendant Status Codes (DST or S)...18 Motion To Revoke Probation Reason Codes (MRP)...19 Prisoner Flag Codes (PFG field on LBKI)...20 Warrant/Capias Activity Codes (on LQY9 and warrant screens)...21 C-87 Activity Codes (on LQY9)...23 Types of Warrant Codes (TOW)...24 Warrant Execution Codes (HOW Field on LWRI)...27 Caution Text Indicator Codes (CIN Field on Various Screens)...28 Index...30

4 Court Division Indicator Codes (CDI) 001 Justice of the peace cases 002 misdemeanor cases 003 Felony cases 004 misdemeanor scire facias (bond forfeiture) 005 Felony scire facias (bond forfeiture) 006 State board of pardons and paroles 007 Civil district courts 008 Family district courts 009 Juvenile district courts 010 Adult probation interstate compact 011 Civil county courts 012 Homicide investigation 025 State charge from other Texas county 035 Fugitive out of state {other than Texas} 036 In-transit prisoner 037 Texas National Guard 038 Army 039 Navy 040 Marines 041 Air Force 042 Texas Youth Commission 043 Investigative hold 061 Board of Pardons and Paroles notice of detainer 070 Housing agreement 222 Defendant reached maximum bookings 444 Case booked in error 555 Federal prisoners 666 municipal courts 777 Grand jury investigation writ 888 Immigration 999 In transit; prisoner being transported 1

5 Jail Location Codes (on LBKI and LWRI) BOND ESCP H341 JACY JADC JAHU JAWA JA00 JA01 JA02 JA03 JA04 JA05 JA06 JA07 JA08 JA09 JA10 JA11 JDHP JHPD JLBJ PROC TAUB XB55 XCC1 XCC2 XD55 XD56 XG55 XG56 XG57 XL55 XL56 XM55 XM56 XN55 XN56 XT55 XT56 XT57 X003 X011 X014 X019 X028 Inmate booked in/out on bond - not housed Escapee Holding cell 701 Jail Cypresswood Annex Jail Detention Center Humble Annex Jail Wallisville Road Annex Jail 1301 Central Detention Facility (1301 Franklin) 301 Downtown jail (301 San Jacinto) Out of state housing Wallisville Substation 1307 Baker Street Clear Lake Substation Humble Substation 701 San Jacinto Jail Cypresswood Substation 1200 Baker Street Clay Road Substation Hospital Jeff Davis Hospital Houston Police - Prebooking Office Lyndon Baines Johnson Hospital 1201 Commerce - Inmate Processing Center Ben Taub Hospital Bowie County Corr. St Co Jail Correction Corporation of America - Webb County Correction Corporation of America - Bexar County Dickens County Corr. St Co Jail Dickens County Corr. Harris County Time Caldwell Detention Center Grayson LA St Co Jail Caldwell Detention Center Grayson LA Harris County Time Caldwell Detention Center Grayson LA St St Jail Lasalle Correction Center Olla LA St Co Jail Lasalle Correction Center Olla LA Harris County Time Mcclennan County - St Co Jail Mcclennan County - Harris County Time Newton County - St Co Jail Newton County - Harris County Time JB Evans Corr. Cent.- Newellton La - St Co JaiL JB Evans Corr. Cent.- Newellton La- Harris Co.Time JB Evans Corr. Cent.- Newellton La- St St Jail Angelina County Jail Bastrop County Jail Bell County Jail Bowie County Jail Caldwell County Jail 2

6 X034 X039 X047 X061 X063 X068 X072 X082 X105 X107 X109 X113 X117 X126 X141 X142 X145 X146 X147 X169 X172 X175 X176 X182 X184 X195 X229 X234 X240 X246 X249 X254 X255 X256 X257 X701 Cass County Jail Clay County Jail Comanche County Jail Denton County Jail Dickens County Jail Ector County Jail Erath County Jail Frio County Jail Hays County Jail Henderson County Jail Hill County Jail Houston County Jail Hutchinson County Jail Johnson County Jail Lampasas County Jail Lasalle County Jail Leon County Jail Liberty County Jail Limestone County Jail Montague County Jail Morris County Jail Navarro County Jail Newton County Jail Palo Pinto County Jail Hill County Jail Reeves County Jail Tyler County Jail Van Zandt County Jail Webb County Jail Williamson County Jail Wise County Jail Zavala County Jail West Carroll Det. Center Epps LA St Co Jail West Carroll Det. Center Epps LA Harris County Time West Carroll Det. Center Epps LA St St Jail Jail holding cell 3

7 Case Status Codes (CST) A ACTIVE Has open settings B BON FORF Case inactive due to bond forfeiture C COMPLETE Final disposition, no activity expected D DISM Dismissed E PSY EVAL Psychiatric evaluation F PNDG FEL Inactive, pending felony disposition expected G PNDNG GJ Pending grand jury I INACTIVE Has no open settings J OTHER TDC Inactive; defendant sent to TDCJ on other case K PTS OOC PTS OOC Supervision L CIVIL Trial docket M MISD Pending refile N OTHER BF Inactive - bond forfeiture on other case O OTHER APPL Other case on appeal P APPEAL Pending appeal Q COM SERV Pending completion of community service R PROB Pending completion of probation S SANITY Pending restoration of sanity T TEM DISP Has not been verified by District Clerk V EXEC RETN Execution returned W WAIT EXEC Waiting execution X DUE COUR Pending due course Z BON FORF Inactive - bond forfeiture 4

8 Docket Name Codes (DNC) AA AC AP AR CR ET GJ IA JD JT MD MO NA NI OA PC PD PM PS PW RD RI SD SF SP TBC TD TR VC WD WH XX YY Misdemeanor unsettable date Assigned court Pending appeal Arraignment docket Competency Restoration Examining trial docket Grand jury agenda Impact Court Docket Jail docket Jury trial docket Master docket Motions docket No arrest docket No issue docket Other cases pending appeal Probable cause hearing Plea docket Probation motions docket Pending restoration of sanity Post conviction writ Research docket Re-indictment temporary docket Sentencing docket Seizure and forfeiture SIPS (subject and process system) docket Cases to be calendared Trial docket Transfer docket Veteran s Court Waiver docket Writ hearing docket Mental Health Court docket Referral Court docket 5

9 Connection Codes (CON or COC) AAA AAL AAT ACB ADA AFF AFT AOF ARO ATD ATP AWA AWD AWP AWW BAB BMD BMP BOA BWD CBD CDF COM CPN CRP CW DAA DAT DEF DFA DFT DWA DWW FAA FHA HAA HAT HFT HWT IWO JGE JUO JUR MRV PAA PAD Appointed attorney on appeal Attorney ad litem Appointed defense attorney Assignments on cash bonds Assistant district attorney Affiant in justice of the peace case Appointed attorney for DNA testing Attorney in fact Arresting officer Attorney for defendant Attorney for plaintiff Appointed attorney on writ Attached witness defense Attached witness prosecution Appointed attorney for witness Bail bondsman Bench warrant material witness for Defendant Bench warrant material witness for Prosecution Bondsman on appeal Bench warrant defendant Cash bond depositor Co-defendant Complainant Companion Court reporter Complaining witness Public defender appointed on appeal Appointed public defender Defendant Public defender on appeal for DNA testing Public defender appointed for DNA testing Public defender appointed on writ Public defender appointed for witness Appointed attorney on appeal for DNA testing Hired attorney on appeal for DNA testing Hired attorney on appeal Hired defense attorney Hired attorney for DNA testing Hired attorney on writ Warrant issued to officer "PD badge number" Judge Judge-original Juror Murder victim - M.E. Previous appointed attorney on appeal Previous attorney for defendant 6

10 PAT PBN PDF PDN PEC PED PEP PFT PHT PID PIP PLT PMD PMP PPN PPS PRI PRO PSR PW PWA PWD PWP PWT PWW REL RES REW SCB SPJ SPT SRC SRF SRL SRO SRP SRS SRT TAT VIS WID WIP XAA Previous appointed attorney Previous bondsman Previous co-defendant Previous name Defendant cash bond - bond forfeiture Defendant personal bond - bond forfeiture Defendant pretrial bond - bond forfeiture Previous appointed attorney for DNA testing Previous hired attorney Previous witness for defense Previous witness for prosecution Plaintiff Previous bench warrant for defense (may return bench warrant witness} Previous bench warrant witness for prosecution {may return bench warrant witness} Previous companion Previous pro se Defendant surety bond - bond forfeiture Probation officer Pro se Previous complaining witness on case Previous appointed attorney on writ Previous witness for defense Previous witness for prosecution Previous hired attorney on writ Previous appointed attorney for witness Relator Respondent Reward repayment recipient Surety cash bond Special judge Surety pre-trial bond Surety company - bond forfeiture S4 fourth surety on bond forfeiture S5 fifth surety on bond forfeiture S1 first surety on bond forfeiture Substitute court reporter S2 second surety on bond forfeiture S3 third surety on bond forfeiture Temporary attorney Visitor to subject in jail Witness for defense Witness for prosecution Previous public defender appointed on appeal 7

11 Reason for Court Appearance Codes (on LD09) ADGM ADMP AM01 AM02 AM03 AM04 AM05 ANSW APHR APPL APRB ARRG CLJE CMAP CPSI CTRL DADD DADH DADS DFPD DISM DISP EXHR EXPH EXTR FANN FELP FUG GJ HEAR JTCR JTRL MADJ MAJH MCCA MCHJ MCHR MCO MCOH MCRH MDH MDHR MDHV MDTH MDTR MNT Adjudication motion granted Program admission pending First amended motion Second amended motion Third amended motion Fourth amended motion Fifth amended motion Answer seizure and forfeiture petition Appeal hearing Motion of appeal Amend probation Arraignment Cancel setting Commitment application Clinical prescreening interview Court trial Divert Disp Divert hearing Divert status Deferred payment Dismissal Disposition Expung-req-hearing Ex parte hearing Examining trial Future announcements Felony pending Fugitive Grand jury Jail hearing Jury trial conference Jury trial Motion to adjudicate Motion to adjudicate hearing Mailed post-conviction writ to Austin Mental competency hearing Mental competency hearing Motion for continuance Motion for continuance Mental competency restoration hearing Motion for discovery Motion for discovery hearing Motion for discovery videotape Mandate hearing Mandate return Motion for new trial 8

12 MNTH MOTN MRP MRPH MSE MSEH NGIH NGIS NTRL OTHA OTHB OTHR OTHT PACA PCS PFCS PGJ PIA PLEA PLWO PLWR PNDC PNGJ PNSE PRDK PSI PSIH PTCR PTH PTMO PUHR RDLH RPC RPCC RPM RPM1 RPM2 RPM3 RPM4 RPM5 RSCH RSHR SCHR SENT SFBF SFJS SPHR TRAN TRIA Motion for new trial hearing Motion hearing Motion to revoke probation Motion to revoke probation hearing Motion to suppress evidence Motion to suppress evidence hearing NGRI commitment hearing NGRI commitment status conference Non-trial setting Appeal on other case Bond forfeiture other case Other TX dept of corrections on other case Preliminary assigned court appearance Probable cause Payment of fine, cost, supervisory fee Pending grand jury Preliminary initial appearance Plea Plea without recommendation Plea with recommendation Petition for non-disclosure Pending grand jury Pending settlement seizure and forfeiture Prior docket Pre-sentence investigation Pre-sentence investigation hearing Pretrial conference Pretrial hearing Pretrial motions Punishment hearing Restricted driver s license hearing Review probation conditions Review probation conditions conference Probate motion 1st amended probate motion 2nd amended probate motion 3rd amended probate motion 4th amended probate motion 5th amended probate motion Researching Restoration of sanity hearing Show cause hearing Sentencing Set for bond forfeiture Set for judgment and sentence Shock probation hearing Transfer Trial 9

13 WRT WRTH WVEX WVHR WVST Writ hearing Writ of habeas corpus hearing Waiver of extradition Waiver of hearing Waiver of speedy trial 10

14 Case Disposition Codes (CAD) AFFM APPL AUTO BFPD CABS CDTH CETR CEXP CLAW CMOV COMM COND COTH CREJ CREQ CREQ CRVK CTEC DEFD DADJ DERR DISM DISP DWOP EXPG FINE GILT NEGF NEWT NOB NOTG NPCF PART PDFC PROB PTIN REIN REVS SENT TEMP USTP Affirmative finding Appeal Automatic disposition {special} Bond forfeiture paid Closed - absconded Closed - death of probationer Closed - early termination Closed - probation expired Closed - law violation Closed - moved from Harris County Defendant committed to jail for fine and Costs Conditional discharge Closed - other reason CREJ Supervision rejected CREQ request of original jurisdiction Closed - request of original jurisdiction Closed - probation revoked Closed - technical violation Deferred disposition Deferred adjudication of guilt Disposition to follow Dismissed Disposed Civil dismissal for want of prosecution Expunged record Fined Found guilty Negative finding New trial No billed Found not guilty No probable cause found Partial payment Paid fine and costs - JP courts Probation Pretrial intervention CSCD Bond reinstated Case reversed Sentenced Temporary Unsatisfactory termination of probation 11

15 Reason for Jail Release Codes (HOW field on LBKI ) ACQ AJCD APBD BDRI BDTR BERR BOND BOPP BTYC CABD CCA COMP COWH CRIP CRTF DACD DAJG DBRI DETP DIED DISM ESCD FECO GOVP HCNC JPBD JPCO JPCR JPDM JPPB JPPF JPTS JPWA JPWG KERR MHSH MRAD MRPD NCDA NCF NOB NOTG NPCF PBCD PDFN PMA Acquitted Adjudicated guilt cost deferred Appeal bond Bond reinstated Bond transfers Booked in error Defendant booked/released on bond without being housed Board of pardons and parole Released by Texas Youth Commission Cash bond Paroled in absentia to Correction Corporation of America Completed serving sentence Completion of off-work hours Court regimented intensive probation program Released to court residential treatment facility Deferred adjudication granted cost deferred Defendant adjudicated granted Dismissed by reason of incompetency Detainer placed {has open cases in Harris County} Died in jail Dismissed {all cases} Escaped confinement Federal court order Governor's pardon or reprieve Harris County Neuropsychological Center J.P. posted bond J.P. future court setting for fine and costs J.P. recalling commitments J.P. dismissing cases J.P. personal bond J.P. paid fine J.P. time served J.P. recalling warrant J.P. fine and costs waived Keying error Mental health state hospital Motion revoke adjudication dismissed Motion to remove probation dismissed No Charges Taken by D.A. No Charges Filed/IHP Release No billed Not guilty No probable cause found Probation, cost deferred Paid fine and court cost Prison management act 12

16 PPT PRBD PRLD PROB PTRB RBFA RBMC RDTR RECS RECT REEM REFL REJP RERR REWS RFAX RHLD RIMS RJA ROWH RSAT RSJF RTA RTBC RTDC RTFA RTMA RTNC RTOC RTOS RTTC RTTY SAFP SATF SATN SATP SCIF SFCO SISF SJPB SMTP SPOD STCC STCD STCP STCS STEM STFC STNC Pre-parole transfer Personal recognizance bond Parole certificate release Placed on probation Pre-trial release bond Released by federal authority Released to municipal authority Released to Door to Door Recovery Program Released community service Released by order of court Released electronic monitoring Released on funeral leave Released on justice of the peace bond Released in error Released to do weekend service Released Per Fax Released to hold for agency Released to immigration service Released to juvenile authority Release on off work hours Released to residential substance abuse treatment facility Release state jail facility Defendant remanded to agency custody, in transit Released to Texas Department of Corrections boot camp Released to Texas Department of Corrections Released to federal authority Released to military authority Returned to city {P.D.} Released to other county Released to other State Released to Texas Department of Corrections trusty camp Released per teletype Substance abuse felony punishment facility Release to the substance abuse treatment facility Substance Abuse Treatment Facility/New Start Substance Abuse Treatment Facility/Peden Street State contracted probation intermediate sanction facilities For J.P., served time for fine and/or costs State Contracted Intermediate Sanction Facility State jail probation Served money, time probated Special court order Served time/fine/costs concurrently Served time/cost deferred Served time condition of probation Served time, community service Served time, electronic monitoring Served time for fine and cost Serve Time No Cost/Fine 13

17 STPC SUBN TAIP TASH TKSH TRAN TRSH TSJH TVSH WEXT WHDN WHGT WHO WHOA WPIC WRIT YMAC Served time and paid cost Surety bond Released to Treatment Alternative to Incarceration Program Transferred to Austin state hospital Transferred to Kerrville State Hospital Case reduced and transferred Transferred to Rusk state hospital Transferred to St. Joseph s Hospital Transferred to Vernon state hospital Waived extradition Writ of habeas corpus denied Writ of habeas corpus granted Women Helping Ourselves Women Helping Ourselves/Atascocita Wrong Person in Custody Writ of habeas corpus Young Men About Change 14

18 Bond Type Codes A B C D H P R S T W X Z Appeal Cash appeal Cash Default cash bond applied Habeas corpus Personal Personal pretrial Surety Cash bond transfer Cash bond writ of procedendo Cash bond refund Habeas corpus appeal 15

19 Instrument Type Codes (INS) ACP ACW AJW APP BAP BFA BFC BFD BFP BFS BFT BFW BOR BRD BRF BWT CAP CIT CMI COM CPF CTR CVI DET DWC EAG EAR EPG EXA EXE EXP EXR FID FIN JCW MAJ MAP MDN MID MIN MND MNF MNT MRC MRP NOB Alias capias profine Alias capias warrant Alias arrest warrant On appeal, court of criminal appeals Bond forfeiture appeal Bond forfeiture capias Cash bond Personal bond Bond forfeiture, personal bond Surety or property bond Bond forfeiture judgement Bond forfeiture warrant Bill of review granted Bill of review denied Bill of review filed Bench warrant Capias child support Citation issued Commitment and capias profine Complaint Capias profine warrant Citation returned or answer filed Change of venue indictment in Notice of detainer Dismissed with cost Expunction acquittal granted Expunction acquittal record Expunged record Exparte on appeal Execution issued Ex parte proceedings Execution returned Felony indictment Felony information Justice court warrant Motion to adjudicate guilt Misdemeanor appeal Motion new trial denied overruled Misdemeanor indictment Misdemeanor information Motion new trial denied Motion for new trial filed Motion new trial granted Motion to revoke conditional discharge Motion to revoke probation No bill 16

20 PCW PIN PIN PTI PWA RD RDL RID RR RWC SF TJC TRF WAR WCW WRA WRT Post conviction writ Pretrial interview OOC pretrial intervention (CSCD) PTS OOC supervsion Post conviction writ on appeal Reversed and dismissed Restricted drivers license Reindictment Reversed and remanded Reinstated with cost Scire facias (bond forfeiture) - initial Transferred to juvenile court TRF traffic warrant {patrol division only} Warrant Worthless check warrant Writ of habeas corpus on appeal Writ of habeas corpus 17

21 Defendant Status Codes (DST or S) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Deferred adjudication of guilt Bond made City jail (for Houston jail only) Disposed Execution served Citation served Bond reinstated Old case needs resolution Insufficient bond Defendant was placed in a county jail Justice court case, pre-warrant Justice court case, community service Justice court case, post-warrant Warrant or citation issued Summons outstanding Probation Expunction requested Warrant returned in warrant subsystem, unexecuted Summons returned Temporary Unexecuted OOC Pretrial intervention PTS OOC supervision Defendant discharge NGRI committed Disposition intervention 18

22 Motion to Revoke Probation Reason Codes (MRP) AWDP CEMP FASP FPFR FPSF FRDP FREP FTSD FWSE LAWV LEFT MOVE OTHR RAVP VOIH Association with disreputable persons Changing employment without notifying probation officer Failure to attend a special program for rehabilitation Failure to pay fine or restitution Failure to pay supervisory fees Frequenting disreputable places Failure to report Failure to support dependents Failure to work at suitable employment Law violation Failure to stay in geographical boundaries set by court Changing residence without permission Other special conditions Refusal to allow visitation by probation officer Vicious or injurious habits 19

23 Prisoner Flag Codes (PFG field on LBKI) A Writ of attachment witness B Bench warrant C Civil/contempt D Fugitive (use with all inmates booked when using CDI 6) F Serving time for fine/cost G Jailed for sentencing H Jailed for bond forfeiture J Bond surrender (used with ACR/BS) K Re-indictment (RID) used when previous case was dismissed L Booked on mandate (ACI/MDTA-alias capias mandate of affirmance) M Motion to revoke probation O Open case (has active case) P Parole violator R Ready for transfer to TDCJ S Serving sentence in county jail T Transient W Weekender Z Adult probation interstate compact 20

24 Warrant/Capias Activity Codes (on LQY9 and warrant screens) The following codes are used on the LQY9 Case Transaction screen to signify warrant, capias, summons, attachment, commitment, subpoena, and other activities. The codes followed or preceded by a slash {/} are always followed or preceded by another code. ACI/BF ACI/BS ACI/BS/AB ACI/DL ACI/IND ACI/MDTA ACI/MDTD ACI/MDTD/W ACI/MDTA/W ACI/MID ACI/MIN ACI/OC ACI/REV/B ACI/R/COND ACI/R/DFAG ACI/R/PROB ACI/R/P/SR ACI/SENT ACI/SR ACI/R/WES ACR/ ASI/FIN ASI/MIN ASR/ ATTI ATTR /BF/WRA BWI BWR/TDC/I C87AI C87AI/BF C87R CI/BS CI/IND Alias capias issued/bond forfeiture, an alias capias issued by the court for the arrest of the defendant because the defendant forfeited bail. Alias capias issued on bond surrender. Alias capias issued on bond surrender on an appeal bond. Alias capias issued on discharge of liability. Alias capias issued on indictment. Alias capias issued on mandate of affirmance. Alias capias issued on mandate of dismissal. Alias capias issued on mandate of dismissal on writ. Alias capias issued on mandate of affirmance on writ. Alias capias issued on misdemeanor indictment. Alias capias issued on misdemeanor information. Alias capias issued by order of the court Alias capias issued on an order to revoke bond. Alias capias issued on a motion to revoke conditional discharge. Alias capias issued on a motion to revoke a deferred adjudication of guilt. Alias capias issued on a motion to revoke probation. Alias capias issued on a motion to revoke probation at Sheriff's request. Alias capias issued for sentencing. Alias capias issued at the Sheriff's request. Alias capias issued on revocation of weekend service. Alias capias returned. Alias summons issued/felony information. Alias summons issued on a misdemeanor. Alias summons returned. Attachment issued, an instrument issued to take persons or property into custody. Attachment returned. Bond forfeiture on a writ of appeal. Bench warrant issued, an order by the court directing a person in custodial care of an agency other than the Harris County Sheriff's Department to be delivered to the court. Bench warrant issued returning defendant to TDC. A C-87-AI is a court directive issued by the District Clerk to the Sheriff's Office. It authorizes taking a defendant into custody. C-87-AI issued on a bond forfeiture case. C-87-A returned. Capias issued on a bond surrender. Capias issued/indictment, a capias issued for the arrest of the 21

25 CI/FIN CI/MID CI/MIN CMIF CMI/MIN CPI CPR DELORD /MDTAB /MRP SI/IND SI/FIN SI/MIN SI/MAJ SI/MRP SSR SUPI SUPR WAR/1719 WARI WARR WAR/DL WHCI WHC GRANT WHC DENIED WHRC WRT/COMM defendant upon the filing of an indictment. Capias issued/felony information, a capias issued for the arrest of the defendant based on a felony information instrument. Capias issued on misdemeanor indictment. Capias issued/misdemeanor information, a capias issued for the arrest of the defendant based on a misdemeanor information instrument. Commitment issued on a felony. Commitment issued/misdemeanor information. In the past, a commitment was issued to authorize detaining a defendant on a new charge when that individual was already in jail on a previous charge. No longer used. Capias profine issued, a post-conviction capias issued for fine and court costs to satisfy an outstanding judgment. Capias profine returned. Delivery order. Mandate of abatement. Motion to revoke probation. Summons issued on an indictment. Summons issued on a felony information instrument. Summons issued on a misdemeanor information instrument. Summons issued on a motion to adjudicate guilt. Summons issued on a motion to revoke probation. Sheriff's surrender, used when the surety surrenders the principal directly into the custody of the Sheriff of Harris County. Subpoena issued. Subpoena returned. Warrant issued per Article of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedures (the surety wishes to surrender the principal). Warrant issued. Warrant returned. Warrant of discharge of liability. Writ of habeas corpus issued. Writ of habeas corpus granted. Writ of habeas corpus denied. Writ of habeas corpus returned. Writ of commitment. ACTIVITY CODES NO LONGER IN USE BUT EXISTING ON OLDER CASES: AJCWI AJCWR CMR/ JCWI JCWR Alias justice court warrant issued Alias justice court warrant returned Commitment returned Justice court warrant issued Justice court warrant returned 22

26 C-87 Activity Codes (on LQY9) A C-87 is a court directive issued by the judge to the District Clerk and transferred to the Sheriff's Office. The court directive usually relates to the custody or status of the defendant. AMNTO AMRP DISM BOND APP BOND LOW BOND REIN BOND REV BOND RSD BOND SET BOND TRANS CASE QSHED CDIS DENIE CDIS DISM CDIS OVRLD CON DISCHG CONDISC/F DEATH DEATH/FINE DEF DISCHG DF ADJ GLT DFADJGLT/F DISM OTHR HSCO WAIVED HSCO DEFERRED LIFE LIFE/FINE MAJ DISM MAJ DENIED MAJ OVERLD MNTG MRP DISM MRP DENIED MRP OVERLD NOT GUILTY N/GLT-IST PC FOUND PR REL PROBATION PROB/FINE REST SANTY REV DISM REV REM Amended motion for new trial overruled. Amended motion to revoke probation dismissed. Bond approval on personal or appeal bond. Court order lowering bond amount set on the case. Court order reinstating a bond which had been forfeited or revoked. Court order revoking the bond on which the defendant is currently released. Court order raising bond amount set on the case. Court order setting bond. Court order transferring the bond to a new case. Case quashed. Motion to revoke conditional discharge denied. Motion to revoke conditional discharge dismissed. Motion to revoke conditional discharge overruled. Conditional discharge granted. Conditional discharge granted and a fine. Death penalty assessed. Death penalty with a fine. Defendant discharged. Deferred adjudication of guilt. Deferred adjudication of guilt and fine. Dismissal of felony complaint. Harris County Sheriff's bond fee waived. Harris County Sheriff's bond fee deferred. Life sentence. Life sentence with a fine. Motion to adjudicate dismissed. Motion to adjudicate denied. Motion to adjudicate overruled. Motion for new trial granted. Motion to revoke probation dismissed. Motion to revoke probation denied. Motion to revoke probation overruled. Found not guilty. Not guilty by reason of insanity. Probable cause found. Pre-trial release. Probation granted. Probation with a fine. Restoration of sanity. Reversed and dismissed. Reversed and remanded. 23

27 Types of Warrant Codes (TOW) ABF ALIAS CAPIAS Second issue of a warrant for arrest for a bond ON BOND FORFEITURE forfeiture. This code is used only by justice of the peace courts. ACC ALIAS CAPIAS Second issue of a warrant. ACF ALIAS CAPIAS ON Warrant issued for defendant who was FORFEITURE OF BOND originally arrested, made bond, then failed to appear for court date. ACS ALIAS CAPIAS ON SURRENDER OF BOND Bondsman no longer wishes to hold bond; therefore, he/she either takes defendant into custody or has a warrant issued for arrest. ACW ALIAS CAPIAS Warrant re-issued on a capias pro fine, worthless check warrant or traffic warrant. This code is used only by justice of the peace courts. AC2 ALIAS CAPIAS 2 Second warrant re-issued on a capias pro fine, worthless check warrant or traffic warrant. This code is used only by justice of the peace courts. AC3 ALIAS CAPIAS 3 Third warrant re-issued on a capias pro fine, worthless check warrant or traffic warrant. This code is used only by justice of the peace courts. AJW ALIAS JUSTICE COURT WARRANT Second issue of a warrant by a justice of the peace court. ATT ATTACHMENT Warrant issued when witness does not appear when subpoenaed. BCH BENCH WARRANT BFW BOND FORFEITURE WARRANT Warrant issued for defendant who is in custody in another jurisdiction but who needs to appear in a Harris County court as a witness or defendant. Warrant issued by justice of the peace when a defendant fails to appear for court date. This code is used only by justice of the peace courts. CAP CAPIAS Warrant for arrest. May be signed by clerk. Also, in justice of the peace courts only, 24

28 indicates a bond forfeiture warrant. CPF CAPIAS PROFINE Warrant for arrest due to nonpayment of court fines/costs. CM COMMITMENT Warrant issued for defendant already in custody to permit retaining the person in custody. CMW COMMITMENT COM COMMITMENT ON CONTEMPT OF COURT CPW COMMITMENT DCW DISTRICT COURT Warrant issued for defendant already in custody to permit retaining the person in custody. This code is used only by justice of the peace courts. Warrant issued by judge to give time or fine to any person who fails to appear in court; exhibits offensive behavior in court; or is judged to be in contempt of court for any reason. Warrant issued for defendant already in custody to permit retaining the person in custody. This code is used only by justice of the peace courts. Warrant issued by justice of the peace courts for defendants who owe child support in state district family court. This code is used only by justice of the peace courts. EXP EXPARTE Instrument required to allow fugitive to have hearing in district court where he/she may waive extradition {waive rights to have attorney and rights to protest being sent back to the state originally issuing warrant} if desired. FUG FUGITIVE WARRANT Warrant issued by local authorities for fugitive {person wanted by another state} to allow agency to hold defendant pending notification and arrival of authorities from the state requesting that the defendant return for trial. Warrant is good for 90 days from date of issuance for arrest. 25

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