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Discussion Topic  RE: Atticus Finch moment (in Criminal) by John Stride
In many ways, I am a Black Sheep....
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Discussion Topic  Concern for the pain suffered by who?!!! (in Criminal) by John Stride
The thug used an axe to hack a women to death and he complains about anesthesia? Give me a break. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: adult who broke the law as a juvenile (in Juvenile Law) by John Stride
You might also want to take glance at the TDCAA book on Confessions. Chapter 4 addresses juvenile c......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Interference with Police by another officer? (in Criminal) by John Stride
In this weeks opinions from the Court of Criminal Appeals can be found another instance of strange c......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Interference with Police by another officer? (in Criminal) by John Stride
Video and audio certainly pick up some strange happenings. Good luck in dealing with the "defense p......
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Discussion Topic  How will SCOTUS rule on lethal injection case? (in Appellate) by John Stride
The posture of the case suggests that the Supreme Court will not reach the merits of the propriety o......
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Discussion Topic  Not so stuffy English Courts (in Appellate) by John Stride
The English judge presiding over the Da Vinci Code case has had a little fun in his opinion. How lo......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Courthouse defibrilators (in Criminal) by John Stride
I suppose we need to be aware the defibrilators could be used against courthouse personnel too. And......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Courthouse defibrilators (in Criminal) by John Stride
The defibrilators were virtually all the security we had in our courthouses until the current constr......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Courthouse defibrilators (in Criminal) by John Stride
I like the Kubota color myself, but I think ours are Case red (that's the color of the cover's light......
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Discussion Topic  Courthouse defibrilators (in Criminal) by John Stride
Does your courthouse have these lifesaving devices? Over a year ago, Collin County installed sever......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Attorney General v District Attorney (in Criminal) by John Stride
Employed discreetly, not abused, names can get you places. You need to distinguish yourself from ot......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Knock & announce; SCOTUS (in Appellate) by John Stride
It may be true that you can usually only lose a case during argument and often argument doesn't prov......
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Discussion Topic  Shocking decision (in Criminal) by John Stride
The misfiring of a shock belt did not render the defendant's waiver of a jury trial involuntary. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: An appeal run amok (in Appellate) by John Stride
In a very bad case, you might want to file in the relevant appellate court a motion to strike the de......
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Discussion Topic  RE: An appeal run amok (in Appellate) by John Stride
A few years ago, I used the word count tool on Word for pleadings in a death penalty case in the Fif......
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Discussion Topic  RE: An appeal run amok (in Appellate) by John Stride
In some instances when briefing in the federal courts a word count is required at the end of the doc......
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Discussion Topic  TDCAA Capital Murder Seminar (in Criminal) by John Stride
If you missed the seminar in Kerrville last week, it was outstanding. The speakers, content, locati......
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Discussion Topic  RE: 38.23 instruction (in Criminal) by John Stride
I don't know what your issue is, but John Rolater included a handy 38.23/38.22 instruction for confe......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Violins playing ... (in Appellate) by John Stride
As John said, 180 days is the norm these days. Don't feel picked on. A few years ago, I recall Pres......
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