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HOPPER, STEPHEN HENRY

10/19/2016

Appellant's "The court of appeals erred in finding the twenty-year, post-indictment delay was not a speedy trial violation where the State intentionally declined to bring the appellant from a prison in Nebraska because, according to office policy, filing a detainer fulfilled the State's legal du...

BOLLES, MARK EDWARD

10/05/2016

"The Thirteenth Court of Appeals erred in concluding that the image of a toddler with her genitals exposed, without any discernable reason for the exposure other than to arouse or offend the viewer, did not amount to a 'lewd exhibition of the genitals' for purposes of the offense of Possession ...

BURNETT, BURT LEE

09/28/2016

"Did the court of appeals misapply this Court's decision in Ouellette v. State in determining that the inclusion of the full statutory definition of intoxication in a jury charge constitutes harmful error?"

PRICHARD, ROBERT MONTE

09/28/2016

"Is a 'deadly weapon' finding appropriate when the only thing injured or killed is a pit bull rather than a human being?"

LEAX, JEROMY JOHN

09/21/2016

"Whether Section 33.021 of the Texas Penal Code is a content-based restriction."

ARIZMENDI, ROSA ELENA

09/14/2016

"Was Appellee entitled to a new trial, as both lower courts held, when she waived the right to seek a new trial and presented no valid legal claim supported by new evidence not previously available or discoverable with due diligence?"

ASH, ANDRE JAMMAR

09/14/2016

"The Waco Court of Appeals erred in holding, without formal charges, an accomplice witness can only be classified as a matter of fact and cannot be an accomplice as a matter of law."

ESTES, RUSSELL LAMAR

09/14/2016

Appellant's PDR 1."Did the Court of Appeals properly conclude that there was no rational basis for the appellant receiving disparate treatment? 2. "Should Appellant's equal protection claim be reviewed under strict scrutiny? 3. "Was it error for the Court of Appeals to affirm Appellant's sexua...