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Discussion Topic  RE: Crawford & doctrine of forfeiture by wrongdoing (in Criminal) by John Stride
The 4th COA seems to have answered your question, at least in their jurisdiction, when it addressed ......
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Discussion Topic  Crawford & doctrine of forfeiture by wrongdoing (in Criminal) by John Stride
A well-won Crawford case came down today. I hope it is something we all get to use. Ray Gonzalez, N......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Disposal of evidence of executed inmates (in Criminal) by John Stride
Maybe this is some help. Under CCP 38.39(d) even biological evidence can be destroyed after a convic......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Error Preservation and Rule 21 (in Appellate) by John Stride
I can't think of any sensible justification for distinguishing a tardy objection during a MNT from a......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Error Preservation and Rule 21 (in Appellate) by John Stride
I would surely employ Ethington, 819/854,858 somewhere. How about Valle, 109/500,509 too?...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Error Preservation and Rule 21 (in Appellate) by John Stride
If I understand this thread -- like you, I am not comfortable with a defendant waiting until a verdi......
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Poll  Best author of criminal opinions (in Appellate) by John Stride
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Discussion Topic  RE: How about new legislation to discourage last minute capital writs (in Criminal) by John Stride
Appropriate sanctions should control most lawyers, but how about ghost writers for pro se defendants......
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Discussion Topic  RE: How about new legislation to discourage last minute capital writs (in Criminal) by John Stride
In light of the frequent eleventh-hour filings, some restriction seems entirely appropriate. But do......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Recognizing inevitable discovery under Texas law (in Appellate) by John Stride
I share your view on the inconsistency in the CCA's interpretation under article 38.23 of attenuatio......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Recognizing inevitable discovery under Texas law (in Appellate) by John Stride
Okay then, do we even need inevitable discovery in Texas?...
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Discussion Topic  Recognizing inevitable discovery under Texas law (in Appellate) by John Stride
We all know that the inevitable discovery doctrine has been rejected under art. 38.23. See Garcia v.......
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Discussion Topic  Breaking in to execute misdemeanor arrest warrants (in Criminal) by John Stride
As I understand the law, officers can break a door into an offender's house to execute a felony offe......
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Discussion Topic  DWI ROADBLOCKS (in Criminal) by John Stride
The Court of Criminal Appeals has told us that roadblocks are unacceptable in Texas until the police......
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Discussion Topic  RE: EDRs and SDMs (the "black boxes") (in Criminal) by John Stride
Given the constitutional preference for warrants, why not get one (or obtain consent). Often the ve......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Self Inflicted punishment? (in Criminal) by John Stride
Trouble is we might just have a lot of partial orchiectomies and some very bitter and twisted offend......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Self Inflicted punishment? (in Criminal) by John Stride
It must have been some pretty good beer to want to shoot a friend over his failure to pay!! I have g......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Blakely v. Washington (in Criminal) by John Stride
While Blakely apparently does not have any direct impact on Texas's indeterminate sentencing scheme ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Just a Thought (in Criminal) by John Stride
If its economy we are after, the axe seems to have the edge. The rope would also have most other me......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Judicial Plea Bargaining (in Criminal) by John Stride
I would vote for amending the Code of Criminal Procedure, although it is already vast and often mess......
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