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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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Discussion Topic  Governor rejects BPP recommendation (in Criminal) by John Stride
Kudos to Governor Perry. Fears that a reduction in members of the Board of Pardons and Paroles migh......
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Discussion Topic  RE: World Court? (in Criminal) by John Stride
This problem with governors weak on the state's ultimate criminal sanction is becoming endemic! In ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: World Court? (in Criminal) by John Stride
It seems to me that Ok has surrendered some of its sovereignty to a most uncertain authority (not un......
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Discussion Topic  RE: How to quantify the productivity of appellate attorneys? (in Appellate) by John Stride
While attending the NDAA Appellate workshop in South Carolina two years ago our small group discusse......
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Discussion Topic  RE: CCA Joins Judiciary On Line (in Appellate) by John Stride
The recent promptness of the opinions is terrific. No more repeatedly visiting the CCA site or waiti......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Crawford v. Washington (in Criminal) by John Stride
No. FRE 804(b)(3) has not been repealed. I should have been more precise in my post. Just to cat......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Crawford v. Washington (in Criminal) by John Stride
David, Thanks for the direct response! I must admit I was attempting to provoke a reply. The issu......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Crawford v. Washington (in Criminal) by John Stride
On its face, nothing in Crawford seems to affect firmly-rooted hearsay exceptions. The Court addres......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Upcoming book: Confessions (in Publication Updates) by John Stride
I'll see if I can put something together. Standardized forms and procedures would really help. M......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Upcoming book: Confessions (in Publication Updates) by John Stride
Thanks for the suggestion. Consider it done....
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Discussion Topic  Complying with orders of non-disclosure (in Appellate) by John Stride
We are in the process of implementing changes to our internal office computer-generated criminal his......
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Discussion Topic  Fine-tuning Casemail (in Appellate) by John Stride
Thanks to Andy Porter for alerting us to the Casemail feature so that we can obtain Texas appellate ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Appeal vs Motion for New Trial (in Appellate) by John Stride
We have always taken the position, and prevailed so far, that once the record is filed, the trial co......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Parole Changes (in Criminal) by John Stride
Although the changes concern me as they impact all areas, I am especially bothered by the reduction ......
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Discussion Topic  Demise of slip opinions (in Appellate) by John Stride
Just to keep up with the State's evolving criminal jurisprudence and to identify the different appro......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Criminal Appellate Specialty Field (in Criminal) by John Stride
At the 2002 UT Conference on Criminal Appeals Judge Cochran raised the idea of a criminal appellate ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Deadly Weapon Finding (in Criminal) by John Stride
As a starting place, you might want to look at Apprendi v. New Jersey, 530 U.S.466....
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Discussion Topic  Internet-dependent appellate sections (in Appellate) by John Stride
Have electronic research tools progressed far enough and become reliable enough to give up subscript......
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