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BISHAI, EX PARTE EMAD

When two indictments are consolidated for trial under Texas Penal Code § 3.02 and the first indictment is based on a statute that has been challenged via a pretrial habeas application, but the statute underlying the second indictment is not challenged, does consolidation impact the cognizability ...

JOE, DARYL

09/15/2021

“Whether The Court Of Appeals Tenth District Erred In Holding The Evidence Legally Sufficient To Support Petitioner’s Conviction For The Offense Of Theft Of Cargo?”

PATTERSON, SAMUEL CRAWFORD

09/15/2021

“Whether the search warrant was facially valid because it incorporated the warrant affidavit, which specifically listed Appellant’s room as containing narcotics.”

CASTANEDANIETO, KEVIN

“Contrary to this Court’s prior decision in this case, the court of appeals expressly defied the ordinarily applicable rules for examining a waiver of a defendant’s rights under Miranda and article 38.22 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure by applying the ‘cat out of the bag’ coercion theory ...

SWINNEY, TIMOTHY AARON

“The Court of Appeals erred by applying the incorrect prejudice standard to determine that the Appellant cannot meet his burden to show the outcome of his trial would have been different had he been correctly advised that only the jury could consider placing him on probation.”

DAVID, SHOLOMO

06/09/2021

1. “By holding that the evidence was legally insufficient to establish David’s identity as the individual who committed the offense when he was alone in a locked bathroom with the tampered-with evidence, the Court of Appeals erred by ignoring the circumstantial evidence establishing David’s ident...

EX PARTE ALLEN LANCLOS

06/07/2021

“The appellate court erred by denying relief from the trial court’s abuse of discretion in not setting a personal bond or reducing Lanclos’s bond to an amount affordable to him, which the Code of Criminal Procedure clearly requires as relief.”

HOLDER, CHRISTOPHER

04/28/2021

(1)“If the error at trial was in admitting evidence under a nonconstitutional rule—Tex. Code Crim. Proc. art. 38.23— shouldn’t harm be assessed under the non-constitutional harm standard in Tex. R. App. P. 44.2(b)?” (2) “If the non-constitutional “substantial rights” standard applies, was the er...