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JOHNSON, JAMAILE

10/21/2020

“Did the court of appeals fail to apply the standard of review correctly in its analysis of appellant’s ineffective-assistance-of-counsel claim?”

MACIEL, BETHANY

10/21/2020

(1) “Did the court of appeals ignore this Court’s confession and avoidance precedent set out in Juarez v. State?” (2) “Does a Defendant need to know what ‘operating’ a vehicle means in order to satisfactorily admit to ‘operating’ a vehicle?”

PUGH, KEDREEN MARQUE

10/21/2020

1. “Does a single clarifying question by a police officer in response to a defendant’s spontaneous, voluntary statement constitute custodial interrogation for the purposes of Miranda?” 2. “Even if the answer to the officer’s question was inadmissible, the court of appeals erred in factoring admi...

RAMOS, ENRIQUE ANGEL

10/21/2020

“Did the Legislature intend punishments for both continuous sexual abuse, Tex. Penal Code § 21.02, and prohibited sexual conduct, Tex. Penal Code § 25.02, against the same child?”

SANCHEZ, JOSE CESAR

10/21/2020

“The Court of Appeals erred by finding: …(ii) that the trial court did not err by refusing to permit Petitioner to withdraw his jury waiver.”

CURLEE, DALLAS

09/30/2020

(1) “Under the Drug Free Zone statute, is an area with play equipment presumed to be ‘open to the public’ freeing the State from having to produce legally sufficient evidence at trial?” (2)  “Did the 13th Court of Appeals err by improperly analyzing the record for legally sufficient evidence pro...

DO, PHI VAN

09/30/2020

1. “The Fourteenth Court erred by applying the constitutional harm standard to unobjected-to charge error.” 2. “Alternatively, the Fourteenth Court erred by concluding that a punishment-phase objection preserved error in the guilt-phase charge.” 3. “The Fourteenth Court erred by finding reversi...

HALLMAN, ROBERT F.

09/30/2020

1. “Did the Court of Appeals err when it conducted a purely de novo review of the trial court’s denial of a motion for mistrial for an alleged Brady violation, a ruling which is traditionally reviewed for an abuse of discretion?” 2. “In concluding that the non-disclosed evidence in this case was...