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Discussion Topic  RE: Fuller v. State (in Appellate) by John Stride
Remember the movies Rob Roy and Robin Hood? (Sorry, only English titles came to mind). Oh, here's ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Fuller v. State (in Appellate) by John Stride
We really seemed to be heading somewhere with Malik and Gollihar, leaving behind that primordial mor......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Longevity pay and prior prosecution service (in Other) by John Stride
Ray (Rike, I presume): Once again, the great people at Tarrant County help out. I appreciate the po......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Longevity pay and prior prosecution service (in Other) by John Stride
Rob and Dan, thanks for the input....
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Discussion Topic  Longevity pay and prior prosecution service (in Other) by John Stride
Question: Must a county pay the career-prosecutor longevity based on a prosecutor's total years of s......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Good bye, John... (in Criminal) by John Stride
I am sad to leave the fine people in Collin County but excited about the greatly reduced commute and......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Statute of Limitations Question (in Criminal) by John Stride
I'm not aware of anything that helps you out here. Possibly a civil suit though?...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Man Accused of Faking Retardation for 20 Years (in Criminal) by John Stride
Yep, and the condition is moving around the Polunsky Unit. We have one who committed his offense 16......
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Discussion Topic  Justice delayed for Texas murder victims (in Criminal) by John Stride
20 years to decide counsel was ineffective. That really stings! ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Did they have PC to search/arrest? (in Criminal) by John Stride
Perhaps the jaws of life could be adapted for the task! But I think I read he extracted the thing hi......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Did they have PC to search/arrest? (in Criminal) by John Stride
If he is HIV positive. Truly bizarre!...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Deserves an episode on Miami Ink (in Criminal) by John Stride
Will the citizens of that state have to foot the bill for the laser removal of the tattoo?...
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Discussion Topic  RE: SCOTUS hears police chase case (in Appellate) by John Stride
Since the SCOTUS usually reverses cases it takes up, law enforcement should prevail. More troubleso......
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Discussion Topic  SCOTUS hears police chase case (in Appellate) by John Stride
A case that promises a lively oral argument. During a high speed chase after a speeding violation, p......
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Discussion Topic  Austin-American Statesman on captial punishment (in Criminal) by John Stride
For the latest media review of the Tx death penalty, take a look at this! No doubt there are weaknes......
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Discussion Topic  More exploits from Seattle (in Criminal) by John Stride
This time a judge visited sex offenders and even talked with one about a pending case. Is it the ra......
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Discussion Topic  Fed COA upholds Terry stop despite no r/s (in Criminal) by John Stride
The First Circuit decided a case that could be useful authority where police wrongly believe they ha......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Sex as a weapon (in Criminal) by John Stride
But wouldn't attempted murder be more meaningful? Sec 19.02(b)(2)! I doubt a jury would buy it, tho......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Can this happen here? (in Criminal) by John Stride
An angry rebuke or something like a slap on the wrist, "Oh, you naughty thing," or words to that eff......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Can this happen here? (in Criminal) by John Stride
To me they are so close as to be indistinguishable. If anything, though, I consider hooligans more ......
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