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Discussion Topic  RE: Subpeona for records Defense already has... (in Criminal) by Martin Peterson
Any exculpatory evidence an officer has must be produced without regard to any subpoena, and it seem......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Busy Attorneys Must Prioritize (in Appellate) by Martin Peterson
The time limits have finally caught up with a State's attorney as well. Not sure every court will be......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Admitting portion of the record in same case (in Other) by Martin Peterson
It could easily be argued that this statement was not hearsay under 801(e)(2)(A) or falls within 803......
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Discussion Topic  RE: expert on self defense (in Criminal) by Martin Peterson
Ordinarily, the defendant is the only source of evidence of his or her state of mind at the time the......
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Discussion Topic  RE: CCA Catching Up (in Appellate) by Martin Peterson
As of today there were only 50 pending cases in which discretionary review had been granted. That co......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Appeal of Probable Cause writ (in Appellate) by Martin Peterson
Well, I see that the appellate court held that the accused was entitled to discharge ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Appeal of Probable Cause writ (in Appellate) by Martin Peterson
It appears the appellate courts have accepted jurisdiction over such appeals. E.g., Pilkington, 494 ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: CCP 14.01 (in Criminal) by Martin Peterson
The Court of Appeals cited 14.01 as supporting the legality of an arrest made by an officer who had ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Texas Penal Code 38.14 - Taking or attempting to take weapon from peace officer (in Criminal) by Martin Peterson
Hard to tell why the specific intent was included, except perhaps to meet the objection that the bil......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Texas Penal Code 38.14 - Taking or attempting to take weapon from peace officer (in Criminal) by Martin Peterson
The statute has some flaws. First, how could one use force to take over possession of the “protectiv......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Jury Instruction on CCP 13.04 (Boundary of Counties) (in Criminal) by Martin Peterson
I rather doubt the defense will be arguing the offense occurred, but only in the adjoining county. P......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Exigent Circumstances Blood Draw (in Criminal) by Martin Peterson
You may also want to consider that the CCA refused to accept review of the decision in State v. Sand......
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Discussion Topic  Repeat Offender vs. Arbuckle (in Criminal) by Martin Peterson
Back in 2005, I drafted a possible amendment to sec. 12.42 of the Penal Code that would treat probat......
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Discussion Topic  All Things Discovery (in Criminal) by Martin Peterson
Read the brief. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Citing Unpublished Cases (in Criminal) by Martin Peterson
So, in effect, the jurisprudence of the State is actually growing faster than ever (as the distincti......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Citing Unpublished Cases (in Criminal) by Martin Peterson
In a rarely used footnote, the Dallas court specifically explained why it only seemed to rely on unp......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Are DA employees being squeezed out of the middle class? (in Criminal) by Martin Peterson
Yes, as is everyone else in the middle class. Principally this results from the devaluation of the d......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Failure to Remit Tax TAX 152.104 (in Criminal) by Martin Peterson
I have always been a fan of quoting the language of the statute involved in alleging most any violat......
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Discussion Topic  RE: void or voidable (in Criminal) by Martin Peterson
See Levy, 818 S.W.2d 801 (no plea bargain). But, the court later held that a void probation order is......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Resolution of Misdemeanors (in Criminal) by Martin Peterson
No mechanical application of pre-set amounts for bail and more leniency in use of personal bonds and......
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