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Discussion Topic  Judge Alito and his prosecution background (in Criminal) by John Stride
Here's a link to an interesting article on how Judge Alito may or may not shape criminal law. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Bizarre intermediate courts (in Criminal) by John Stride
The Texas Association of Post-Conviction Criminal Attorneys with 33 members (prosecutors, defense at......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Bizarre intermediate courts (in Criminal) by John Stride
This is a forum shared by prosecutors and, generally, we favor opinions affirming the judgments of t......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Bizarre intermediate courts (in Criminal) by John Stride
SA has been causing quite a stir with all its opinions on DWI. Also, its opinions may have been the......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Estoppel of Legal Sufficiency Claims (in Appellate) by John Stride
My understanding is that a trial court can give an LIO despite the parties' requests but it is under......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Estoppel of Legal Sufficiency Claims (in Appellate) by John Stride
At the most basic level, the law does not require a LIO be given. It is something that is requested......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Estoppel of Legal Sufficiency Claims (in Appellate) by John Stride
Of course, just because the evidence raises a LIO doesn't mean it has to be given. Astute attorneys......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Estoppel of Legal Sufficiency Claims (in Appellate) by John Stride
They may not like it but what is the basis for effectively challenging it?...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Estoppel of Legal Sufficiency Claims (in Appellate) by John Stride
As good advocates (adjective "good" is borrowed from John B. in the "confession dumped" thread) we s......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Using movie clips in PowerPoint (in Other) by John Stride
Wonderful help John B. and AV guy. Thanks....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Using movie clips in PowerPoint (in Other) by John Stride
John B. Thanks for explaining the practical aspects and the technique for employing videos. For th......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Using movie clips in PowerPoint (in Other) by John Stride
This information confirmed my understanding about copyright law (which involved nothing more than sp......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Using movie clips in PowerPoint (in Other) by John Stride
Your question may be that "one too many!!!" You make a good point though. Many people incorporate ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Dumping Confessions (in Criminal) by John Stride
John B. If the videotape alone was the entire evidence of the confession, I completely agree with y......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Dumping Confessions (in Criminal) by John Stride
I'm not aware of any CCA case performing the analysis you ponder. Let me know if you find one!...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Dumping Confessions (in Criminal) by John Stride
Your question addresses a different issue--one that that can be divorced from the court's interpreta......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Dumping Confessions (in Criminal) by John Stride
Even under Hernandez,which the 3rd COA purports to follow, the CCA stated: "Raising an issue as to t......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Dumping Confessions (in Criminal) by John Stride
The statute requires an issue be raised. In the past, the CCA has interpreted this requirement as m......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Dumping Confessions (in Criminal) by John Stride
To "raise an issue" or "raise a question," under article 38.22, sec. 6 & &, surely the matter has to......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Justice Miers? (in Criminal) by John Stride
Judge Alito actually has experience as a prosecutor. With a background like that, we can only hope h......
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