TITLE 11. ORGANIZED CRIME
CHAPTER 71. ORGANIZED CRIME
§ 71.01. DEFINITIONS. In this chapter,
(a) "Combination" means three or more persons who
collaborate in carrying on criminal activities, although:
(1) participants may not know each other's identity;
(2) membership in the combination may change from time
(3) participants may stand in a wholesaler-retailer or
other arm's-length relationship in illicit distribution
(b) "Conspires to commit" means that a person agrees with
one or more persons that they or one or more of them engage in
conduct that would constitute the offense and that person and one or
more of them perform an overt act in pursuance of the agreement. An
agreement constituting conspiring to commit may be inferred from
the acts of the parties.
(c) "Profits" means property constituting or derived from
any proceeds obtained, directly or indirectly, from an offense
listed in Section 71.02.
(d) "Criminal street gang" means three or more persons
having a common identifying sign or symbol or an identifiable
leadership who continuously or regularly associate in the
commission of criminal activities.