Misapplication of a Treasury Warrant
In Neal v. State, 689 S.W.2d 420 (Tex. Cr. App. 1984), the defendant was accused of misapplication of a treasury warrant belonging to the State of Texas. Neal, 689 S.W.2d at 423.
Under the facts of that case, the harm was apparent from the face of the indictment, which was sufficient to allege an offense. Id.
A similar distinction appears in Fisher v. State, 803 S.W.2d 828 (Tex. App. - Dallas 1991, pet. ref'd), a case involving securing execution of a document by deception.
As in Neal, the harm was apparent from the face of the indictment. Id. at 832.