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SHIRLEY, ANDREW, JR.

09/28/2022

DEFENSE’S GROUNDS     1. “Can police lawfully detain someone for violating a law that is suspended by the governor under the Texas Disaster Act?”     2. “Is the governor required to issue an executive order and file it with the secretary of state in order to invoke the suspension-of-laws provis...

NAVARRO, JEREMIAH

09/07/2022

1. “Did the appellate court error (sic) in holding that the necessity defense does not apply to a defendant who provokes the difficulty?” 2. “If the defense of necessity can be denied based on the defendant provoking the difficulty, did the appellate court error (sic) in finding that Appellant’s...

MOON, CAMERON MICHAEL

09/07/2022

STATE’S GROUNDS 1. “Is a fact-based claim of a past adjudication under Texas Family Code Section 54.02(j) cognizable on pretrial habeas review?” 2. “Did the overruling of Moon v. State in Ex parte Thomas retroactively vest the criminal district court with jurisdiction despite two appellate cour...

KING, TERRY WAYNE

09/07/2022

“Did the court of appeals err in concluding that an employee retained an expectation of privacy in his work vehicle several days after he was arrested and after the vehicle was returned to his employer?”

SINCLAIR, EX PARTE CHESTER

09/07/2022

STATE’S GROUND     “Did the court of appeals have jurisdiction over Sinclair’s appeal?” GRANTED ON THE COURT’S OWN MOTION      “In a proceeding under Article 11.072 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, does a trial court have jurisdiction to rule on a motion to reconsider after the trial court h...

ESPINOSA, JENNIFER AILEENE

08/24/2022

“Does an officer have probable cause to arrest a person passed out in a moving lane of traffic, with the engine running, coupled with several signs of intoxication, for DWI, despite no one visibly seeing that person driving?”

HEATH, DWAYNE

08/24/2022

(1) “Has the State’s statutory duty to disclose evidence ‘as soon as practicable’ been violated if the prosecutor fails to disclose an item of evidence the D.A.’s Office does not know exists but that has been in police custody for months?” (2) “If so, does the trial court have authority to impos...

NULL, ALAN WILLIAM

08/24/2022

1. “The Fourteenth Court erred when it held that it would violate due process for the court to take judicial notice that the science behind DNA is valid.” 2. “The Fourteenth Court erred when it held that a DNA profile run in accredited laboratory is not something upon which an expert may rely in...