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SANCHEZ, EX PARTE OSCAR MINJARE JR.

02/03/2021

“Did the First Court of Appeals err by acting as factfinder in appellant’s 11.072 habeas proceeding? Unlike the Court of Criminal Appeals in an Article 11.07 writ, the 1st Court of Appeals’ role in an Article 11.072 writ is purely that of an appellate court. Consequently, the question before the ...

VALADEZ, ADRIAN

02/03/2021

1. “Whether prior possession and use of contraband may be admitted to prove knowledge of contraband and intent to possess contraband under Rules 403 and 404(b) of the Texas Rules of Evidence.” 2. “Whether prior possession and use of contraband may be admitted under Rules 403 and 404(b) of the Te...

LAWS, JACE MARTIN

01/27/2021

1. “Did the Court of Appeals err in concluding that Appellant failed to preserve error?” 2. “Did the trial court violate Art. 36.22?” 3. “Is harm presumed when a trial court violates the first sentence of Art. 36.22?” 4. “Was Appellant harmed by the violation of the first sentence of Art. 36.22?”

MARTIN, TERRY

01/27/2021

“Does unlawful carrying a weapon by a gang member, Tex. Penal Code § 46.02(a-1)(2)(C), require proof the defendant was continuously or regularly committing gang crimes?”

RATLIFF, KEVIN

01/27/2021

“The Court of Appeals Erred to Find that the Evidence Was Sufficient to Sustain the Convictions Entered in the Instant Case”

OLIVER, ROY

01/14/2021

“When the prosecuting authority is in possession of an immunized statement, does the State bear the burden to demonstrate that the statement was not “used” in any way by the prosecution?”

BALTIMORE, IJAH IWASEY

01/13/2021

“Must the State offer proof of the parameters of a licensed premises to secure a conviction for unlawful carrying of a weapon on a licensed premises?”

INTHALANGSY, SANTHY

01/13/2021

1. “The Fourteen Court of Appeals misapplied Texas Rules of Evidence 401 and 402 by disregarding evidence connecting Appellant to Cassie’s murder and, thus, erroneously concluding that the extraneous-offense evidence of Cassie’s murder was irrelevant.” 2. “The Fourteenth Court of Appeals erred b...