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(a) For the purpose of this section, "riot" means the assemblage of seven or more persons resulting in conduct which:(1) creates an immediate danger of damage to property or injury to persons;(2) substantially obstructs law enforcement or other governmental functions or services; or(3) by force, threat of force, or physical action deprives any person of a legal right or disturbs any person in the enjoyment of a legal right.(b) A person commits an offense if he knowingly participates in a riot.(c) It is a defense to prosecution under this section that the assembly was at first lawful and when one of those assembled manifested an intent to engage in conduct enumerated in Subsection (a), the actor retired from the assembly.(d) It is no defense to prosecution under this section that another who was a party to the riot has been acquitted, has not been arrested, prosecuted, or convicted, has been convicted of a different offense or of a different type or class of offense, or is immune from prosecution.(e) Except as provided in Subsection (f), an offense under this section is a Class B misdemeanor.(f) An offense under this section is an offense of the same classification as any offense of a higher grade committed by anyone engaged in the riot if the offense was:(1) in the furtherance of the purpose of the assembly; or(2) an offense which should have been anticipated as a result of the assembly.
(a) A person commits an offense if the person intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly attacks, injures, or kills an assistance animal.(b) A person commits an offense if the person intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly incites or permits an animal owned by or otherwise in the custody of the actor to attack, injure, or kill an assistance animal and, as a result of the person's conduct, the assistance animal is attacked, injured, or killed.(c) An offense under this section is a:(1) Class A misdemeanor if the actor or an animal owned by or otherwise in the custody of the actor attacks an assistance animal;(2) state jail felony if the actor or an animal owned by or otherwise in the custody of the actor injures an assistance animal; or(3) felony of the third degree if the actor or an animal owned by or otherwise in the custody of the actor kills an assistance animal.(d) A court shall order a defendant convicted of an offense under Subsection (a) to make restitution to the owner of the assistance animal for:(1) related veterinary or medical bills;(2) the cost of:(A) replacing the assistance animal; or(B) retraining an injured assistance animal by an organization generally recognized by agencies involved in the rehabilitation of persons with disabilities as reputable and competent to provide special equipment for or special training to an animal to help a person with a disability; and(3) any other expense reasonably incurred as a result of the offense.(e) In this section:(1) "Assistance animal" has the meaning assigned by Section 121.002, Human Resources Code.(2) "Custody" has the meaning assigned by Section 42.09.
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