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RILEY, CHARLIE

06/20/2018

1. “The court of appeals erred in holding that § 551.143 does not violate the First Amendment.” 2. “The court of appeals erred in holding that § 551.143 is not void for vagueness.” 3. “The court of appeals erred in failing to address claims raised by Riley that were material to its disposition ...

DAVENPORT, MARC

06/20/2018

1. “The Court of Appeals erred when it held that Government Code section 551.143 applies to conduct rather than speech and therefore is not subject to strict scrutiny.” 2. “The Court of Appeals erred when it held that Government Code section 551.143 is not unconstitutionally overbroad.” 3. The ...

MILTON, DAMON ORLANDO

06/13/2018

“Did the Court of Appeals error in holding the trial court did not abuse its discretion in allowing the State to play a video of a lion attempting to maul an infant during its closing arguments?”

DOYAL, CRAIG

06/06/2018

1. “Did the court of appeals err in concluding that §551.143 did not violate the First Amendment?” 2. “Did the court of appeals err in finding that §551.143 was not void for vagueness?”

JONES, DEDRIC

04/25/2018

1. “The First Court erred in holding the trial court abused its discretion in excluding impeachment evidence. As the dissenting justice pointed out, the appellant’s offer of proof failed to establish a causal or logical relationship between the excluded evidence and the witness’s alleged bias. Th...

JENKINS, DEONDRE

04/18/2018

1. “Does a charging instrument that does not identify the defendant by name, but which is preceded by a caption that does identity the defendant by name, meet the jurisdictional requirement that a charging instrument name a ‘person’ as required by article V, §12(b) of the Texas Constitution?” 2....

FRENCH, CODY DARUS

04/18/2018

1. “Does a defendant preserve error regarding juror unanimity when the instruction requested is both an incorrect statement of the law and would not have corrected the error complained of on appeal?” 2. “Does a defendant suffer harm when a jury charge allows for non-unanimous verdicts as to cont...

SULLIVAN, DERRICK

“The court of appeals’ [sic] committed a structural error by denying the appellant his right’s of due process. The second issue is whether the appellant has a right to file a pro se appeal brief after the court denies appellant his right to find new appeal counsel, and after the court has allowed...