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Discussion Topic  RE: Victim Phones (in Criminal) by Jon English
Since it’s you and not me that has to deal with the fallout, I say you refuse to turn over non-relev......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire (in Criminal) by Jon English
Unless your intent was to get your brother-in-law killed, then I don't think you can (or should) be ......
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Discussion Topic  Testimony of previously convicted Co-Ds (in Criminal) by Jon English
I have 8 co-defendants in a case originally prosecuted by another prosecutor a few years ago. Five p......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Surveillance (in Criminal) by Jon English
Nope. Not if it's private property and they don't have any other legal reason to be there. They've g......
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Discussion Topic  RE: DWI - Getting Blood Search Warrant Into Evidence (in Criminal) by Jon English
I don't think the PC affidavit can be admitted, can it? It's just like a police report in that it's ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Fair trial (in Criminal) by Jon English
Looks like this is a concept being pushed nationally, probably at seminars, "State has no right to a......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Fair trial (in Criminal) by Jon English
Did the defense or judge bring it up?...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Indictment language (in Criminal) by Jon English
Put your hand over your mouth and mumble when you get to the hard words. Or like cough or something....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Indictment language (in Criminal) by Jon English
In my opinion, you write exactly that: A compound with an Indazole (Core), Methyl methoxy oxobutate ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Grand Jury (in Criminal) by Jon English
I wasn't shocked the first time I found out that some counties let anyone BESIDES ADAs present to Gr......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Statements in affidavits (in Criminal) by Jon English
Great stuff everyone. Thank you so much for the help!...
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Discussion Topic  Statements in affidavits (in Criminal) by Jon English
I'm trying a bail jumping case on Monday. It's complicated by the fact that the bondsman in the case......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Hash v. Weed (in Criminal) by Jon English
I think your DRE is exactly the guy to do it. Just ask him exactly that. "What's the difference betw......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is the former DA disqualified? (in Criminal) by Jon English
My opinion is that CCP 2.08 makes this a no-no, and that Rule 110 totally makes it a no-no, and Rule......
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Discussion Topic  RE: JP's refusal to sign dismissal (in Criminal) by Jon English
There's a thread someplace on here that deals with the issue, but I think IIRC the consensus is if t......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Child Endangerment (in Criminal) by Jon English
Under identical facts the San Antonio Appeals Court found the evidence to be sufficient for child en......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Evidence of plea bargain at guilt/ innocence (in Criminal) by Jon English
Yeah... it's that qualifier in 410 I guess I need to focus in on for more research. That doesn't sou......
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Discussion Topic  Evidence of plea bargain at guilt/ innocence (in Criminal) by Jon English
Conventional wisdom around the courts I've practiced in has been that you can't talk about the terms......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Jacobs v. State, did the 6th COA get it wrong? (in Criminal) by Jon English
You can ask jurors "What if you know the defendant has previously committed heinous crimes. Can you ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Applying 42.0181 &42.0183 (in Criminal) by Jon English
Congrats on the election! I think the short answer is that according to the statute it's on the co......
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