(a) A district, county, or city attorney, the attorney general, or a resident of the
state may sue to enjoin a public nuisance under this subchapter.
(b) Any person who habitually associates with others to engage in gang activity as
a member of a combination or criminal street gang may be made a defendant in the suit. Any person who owns or is responsible for maintaining a place that is habitually
used for engaging in gang activity may be made a defendant in the suit.
(c) If the suit is brought by the state, the petition does not require verification.
(d) If the suit is brought by a resident, the resident is not required to show personal
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