Texas Business and Commerce Code § 504.001. Definitions

In this chapter:

(1) “Crime victim information” means information that:

(A) is collected or prepared by a law enforcement agency;  and

(B) identifies or serves to identify a person who, according to a record of the agency, may have been the victim of a crime in which:

(i) physical injury to the person occurred or was attempted;  or

(ii) the offender entered or attempted to enter the dwelling of the person.

(2) “Motor vehicle accident information” means information that:

(A) is collected or prepared by a law enforcement agency;  and

(B) identifies or serves to identify a person who, according to a record of the agency, may have been involved in a motor vehicle accident.


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