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Disclaimer: The legal authorities cited in these papers was current as of the date of their distribution or publication. Because the law is in a continuous state of change, attorneys should exercise due diligence by checking the currentness and completeness of governing legal authorities (i.e., Shepardizing and Keyciting) and applicable statewide and local rules of appellate procedure.

Petitions for Discretionary Review: Strategies and Pending Issues (Powerpoint)

Conference / CLE
05/11/2017

2017 Robert O. Dawson Conference on Criminal Appeals, The University of Texas School of Law, Austin, TX, May 10-12, 2017

Basic Writ Procedure Checklist

Conference / CLE
02/09/2017

County And District Clerks Association Conference

Habeas Corpus Filing Procedures

Conference / CLE
02/09/2017

County And District Clerks Association Conference

Blood-Draw and Traffic Offense Decisions

Conference / CLE
03/21/2016

This presentation was prepared by Stacey M. Soule for the 2016 Traffic Safety Initiative Conference.

Overview of Court of Criminal Appeals Decisions, 2015

Conference / CLE
02/01/2016

This paper was prepared as an overview of the Court of Criminal Appeals decisions from 2015 and presented at the 2016 Criminal Justice Conference.

Overview of Court of Criminal Appeals Decisions, 2015 (Powerpoint)

Conference / CLE
02/01/2016

This presentation was prepared by Stacey M. Soule for the 2016 Criminal Justice Conference. It gives an overview of the Court of Criminal Appeals decisions from the 2015 term.

PDR Paper Criminal Appeals Conference 2015

Conference / CLE
05/27/2015

A procedural explanation of the granting and processing of Petitions for Discretionary Review.

Top Ten Criminal Cases

Conference / CLE
05/15/2015

This paper addresses the top ten criminal cases from April of 2014 thru early April of 2015, evenly divided between U.S. Supreme Court opinions and Court of Criminal Appeals' opinions.  Like beauty, the significance of judicial opinions is in the eye of the beholder.