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GARCIA, JOEL

09/13/2017

1. “The court of appeals erred by applying a de novo standard of review to the trial court’s granting of Appellee’s motion to suppress evidence, failing to give ‘almost total deference’ to the trial court’s findings of fact to support its conclusion that no exigent circumstances existed.” 2. “Th...

GUTHRIE-NAIL, VERA

09/13/2017

1.  “The Court of Appeals erred in dismissing this case for want of jurisdiction, because ‘no written appealable order’ existed when in fact the original judgment, nunc pro tunc, provided the Court of Appeals with a written appealable order.” 2.  “The Court of Appeals erred in giving this appeal...

MARKS, WILLIAM

09/13/2017

1.  “Whether the court of appeals failed to apply the tolling provisions of Texas Code of Criminal Procedure article 12.05(b), in conflict with this Court’s decision in Hernandez v. State, 127 S.W.3d 768 (Tex. Crim. App. 2004).” 2.  “Whether the court of appeals’ harmless error analysis under Te...

UKWUACHU, SAMUEL

09/13/2017

1. “The Court of Appeals misapplied the standard of review for admission of evidence under Rule 412 and 107 in a manner that so far departed from the accepted and usual course of judicial proceedings as to call for an exercise of the Court of Criminal Appeals’ power of supervision.” 2. “The Cour...

WALKER, KENYETTA

08/23/2017

“Can a conviction for a charged, but nonexistent, offense be reformed to a subsumed and proven offense that does exist?”

SMITH, FERNANDO

08/23/2017

“When a defendant files a timely notice of appeal from a judgment adjudicating his guilt and is later placed on shock community supervision, to complain on appeal about a condition of that community supervision must he file a new notice of appeal?”

Ex parte GARRELS, ELIZABETH ANN

08/23/2017

“Has a defendant who did not object to a trial court’s declaration of mistrial, despite an adequate opportunity to do so, impliedly consented to the mistrial?”

ROGERS, WILLIAM

08/23/2017

"Did the 13th Court of Appeals err in the analysis of 'harm' in this case and in finding any error harmless?"