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LEAX, JEROMY JOHN

09/21/2016

"Whether Section 33.021 of the Texas Penal Code is a content-based restriction."

ARIZMENDI, ROSA ELENA

09/14/2016

"Was Appellee entitled to a new trial, as both lower courts held, when she waived the right to seek a new trial and presented no valid legal claim supported by new evidence not previously available or discoverable with due diligence?"

ASH, ANDRE JAMMAR

09/14/2016

"The Waco Court of Appeals erred in holding, without formal charges, an accomplice witness can only be classified as a matter of fact and cannot be an accomplice as a matter of law."

BIEN, MICHAEL JOSEPH

09/14/2016

State's "Did the Eleventh Court of Appeals err by holding that convictions for criminal solicitation and attempted capital murder violate double jeopardy when significant factors indicate a legislative intent to punish these offenses as separate steps in the continuum of a criminal transaction...

ESTES, RUSSELL LAMAR

09/14/2016

Appellant's PDR 1."Did the Court of Appeals properly conclude that there was no rational basis for the appellant receiving disparate treatment? 2. "Should Appellant's equal protection claim be reviewed under strict scrutiny? 3. "Was it error for the Court of Appeals to affirm Appellant's sexua...

EX PARTE PETE, ANDREW

09/14/2016

"A mistrial and a new trial are largely 'functionally indistinguishable.' Here, the jury reached lawful guilty verdicts, but error tainted the punishment phase after the jury saw Appellant in shackles. Under these facts, a trial court granting a new trial must grant the new trial only as to punis...

INGRAM, EX PARTE ADAM WAYNE

08/24/2016

"Whether the Fourth Court of Appeals erred by failing to recognize and apply the analysis of the United States Supreme Court and this Court's past rulings under the First, Fifth, Sixth and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution, the Dormant Commerce Clause, and Article 1 ยง 19 of the Texas...

SAFIAN, ANTHONY ROBERT

08/24/2016

"The court of appeals erred when it affirmed the trial court's denial of the lesser-included jury charge of deadly conduct in the trial for aggravated assault on a public servant."