Has anyone successfully had a criminal defendant designated a vexatious litigant? I have one currently that's appealed a protective order, filed an interlocutory appeal for a pretrial ruling that's not ripe for interlocutory relief, and has appealed his traffic citations to the 10th COA. Any guidance would be appreciated!
Chapter 11 of the Civil Practice and Remedies Code seems to be strictly for civil proceedings. I was successful in getting an vexatious litigant designation order while I was in private practice but that was a guy making bogus breach of contract claims in multiple counties against one person who refused to sell a truck when the buyer wanted to give a hot check to hold for later payment. However, if you can find a way to apply it to criminal matters let me know. We have a defendant who has filed 67 post conviction writ applications under art. 11.07 CCP so far. Fortunately the CCA entered a sec. 4 order about 60 writ applications ago.
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