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CAMPBELL, PHILLIP ANDREW

09/16/2021

“Did the jury charge in a case that involved autoerotic asphyxiation that led to the death of one of the participants and a conviction of murder for the other participant, and contained an incorrect definition of ‘intentionally,’ which allowed the jury to find the Appellant guilty merely by findi...

CYR, DANNA PRESLEY

09/15/2021

1. “Does the concept of concurrent causation, Tex. Penal Code § 6.04(a), apply to the results caused by third parties for which the defendant is criminally responsible?” 2. “ Is ambivalence over the amount of serious bodily injury directly attributable to the defendant evidence that her conduct ...

PARKER, SILAS

09/15/2021

“Are all anticipatory search warrants are prohibited under Texas law?”

RICHARDSON, EX PARTE CEDRIC

06/23/2021

1. “Does collateral estoppel bar the State from prosecuting a defendant for conduct occurring at a different time and place than the original conduct for which the defendant was acquitted?” 2. “Does collateral estoppel mean that a defendant’s mental state cannot change due to intervening circums...

HUDDLESTON, SCOTT

05/19/2021

“If a defendant has to accept the benefit of a negotiated plea agreement via videoconferencing, has he lost a substantive right or been harmed?”

LIRA, ELUID

05/19/2021

“If a defendant has to accept the benefit of a negotiated plea agreement via videoconferencing, has he lost a substantive right or been harmed?”

EDWARDS, EX PARTE MAURICE

04/21/2021

1. “The First Court erred by holding that a shotgun objection and a complaint about another part of the statute preserved the appellant’s appellate argument. This conflicts with this Court’s holding in Resendez [v. State, 307 S.W.3d 308 (Tex. Crim. App. 2009)].” 2. “The First Court erred by hold...

GREEN, TRENTON KYLE

02/24/2021

1. “The Court of Appeals erred by finding the value ladder provisions of the forgery statute to be mandatory in all cases where forgery was committed in order to obtain property or services.” 2. “The Court of Appeals erred by holding that the State was required to allege the purpose for which Ap...