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Discussion Topic  RE: Tech Outruns Law (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
So this new technology allows two people to communicate with one another by talking into a receiver?......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What to charge? (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
They could be charged with possession and also with Tampering/Fabricating physical evidence for plan......
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Discussion Topic  RE: voir dire (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
There's no need to qualify the jury on probation if it is not option in the case....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Can't live at home a "reasonable condition of probation"? (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
Well 42.12 sec. 11 doesn't place any limit on probation conditions so a judge can do anything that w......
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Discussion Topic  RE: avvo.com (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
Yeah I think its kinda funny. I'm listed there as doing 100% criminal defense but if you click on my......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Felony Evading on foot? (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
The fact that the conviction exists at the time of the current evading offense is an element but the......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Felony Evading on foot? (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
We've had to deal with several motions to quash on this issue. We have cited 980 S.W.2d 635 which is......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What would you call this crime? (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
Illegal dumping....
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Discussion Topic  RE: can a witness evade detention? (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
What reasonable suspicion does the officer have to detain her? If she is established on the scene as......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Charging a POCS Case (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
I say no unless there was some way to show that she actually possessed both units of drugs at the sa......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Which state's laws determines expiration of sex offender's duty to register? (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
Extrajurisdictional registrant is defined under CCP Art. 62.001(10). I'm pretty sure your defendant ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Booting the Boot Rule (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
I don't even own a pair of dress shoes anymore. If my court banned boots I'd probably have to turn t......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Pro Se Attorney Defendant (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
File a motion in limine against speaking objections requesting that counsel object and cite the appl......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Voir Dire question (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
You can definitely object to the attorney instructing them on a legal definition that is no longer i......
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Discussion Topic  Confessions in Sex Offender Therapy (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
I'm looking for ideas from anyone who has prosecuted someone for a new sex offense based on admissio......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What's the Crime? (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
Makes sense. Thanks....
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Discussion Topic  What's the Crime? (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
A defendant is unhappy about being arrested on some misdemeanors and tells the arresting officer tha......
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Discussion Topic  RE: UCW Am I missing something (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
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Discussion Topic  RE: UCW Am I missing something (in Criminal) by Adam Poole
I may be mistaken but I thought there used to be a definition for traveling as it applied in section......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Family violence question... (in Juvenile Law) by Adam Poole
Section 51.13 of the Family Code states that an order of adjudication for a juvenile is not a convic......
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