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Court of Appeals of Texas Court Cases
Nichols v. State (1997)
Eddie Nichols filed a pro se notice of appeal from an order revoking his probation. Thereafter, the trial court appointed an attorney to represent Nichols' on appeal. Counsel filed an Anders brief on Nichols' behalf. See Anders v. California, 386 U.S. 738, 87 S.Ct. 1396, 18 L.Ed.2d 493 (1967). Counsel did not, however, file a motion to withdraw as attorney. For the reasons that follow, we will order counsel to file a motion to withdraw.
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 04-97-00030-CR
Barnes v. State (1992)Martin Shelby Barnes, relator, acting pro se, filed two applications for writ of mandamus. In "Application for Writ of Error # 1," relator asks us to direct the 209th District Court of Harris County, the respondent, to release relator for violating relator's Sixth Amendment right to a speedy trial, in cause number 598527, styled "The State of Texas vs. Martin Shelby Barnes." Relator, defendant in that cause, was charged with the crime of aggravated assault. Relator states that the indictment or [...]
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 01-92-00192-CV
Mays v. State (1995)
Larry Fred Mays appeals from two convictions for aggravated sexual assault of a child under fourteen years of age. Mays admitted his guilt during the punishment phase of the trial. The jury assessed his punishment at life imprisonment, enhanced by two prior convictions. We affirm.
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 2-93-405-CR, 2-93-406-CR
Best v. State (2003)
Gary Wayne Best appeals his conviction for possession of a controlled substance and sentence of two years' confinement in a state jail facility. In seven points on appeal, he asserts that the trial court erred by overruling his motion to suppress, by admitting evidence regarding extraneous offenses, and by denying his requested jury instructions and definitions. He also claims that the evidence is legally and factually insufficient to support the jury's findings. We affirm.
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 2-02-138-CR
Asberry v. State (1991)Appellant does not challenge the sufficiency of the evidence to support the conviction. The evidence shows that the appellant shot and killed Steven Huckaby with a firearm, a deadly weapon, as alleged in the indictment. Both of appellant's points of error concern the admission of evidence. Initially, appellant urges that the trial court committed fundamental error in permitting the arresting police officer to testify to facts constituting an extraneous offense when relating the circumstances of [...]
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 05-90-00025-CR
In Re DT (2001)
The State, on behalf of Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services (TDPRS), has filed a combined motion for rehearing and motion for rehearing en banc asserting complaints regarding our original decision. We withdraw our opinion and judgment issued June 8, 2000, and substitute the following in their place. We overrule the motion for rehearing.
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 2-99-101-CV
In Re Chavez (2001)
Pending before the court is the petition of Lawrence Trinidad Chavez for a writ of mandamus. Chavez requests that we order the Hon. David R. Gleason, 47th Judicial District, Potter County, to "schedule and hold a hearing on the properly filed Motion for a Free Copy of the Trial/Appellate Record from cause no [sic] 9445-A in the 47th District Court ..." We deny the application for the reasons which follow.
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 07-01-0368-CV
Daniels v. State (2003)
Sitting: ALMA L. LÓPEZ, Chief Justice, CATHERINE STONE, Justice, PAUL W. GREEN, Justice, SARAH B. DUNCAN, Justice, KAREN ANGELINI, Justice, SANDEE BRYAN MARION, Justice, PHYLIS J. SPEEDLIN, Justice.
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 04-03-00176-CR
Johnson v. State (1994)
John Vance, Crim. Dist. Atty., Pamela Sullivan Berdanier, Richard Reed & Dan Patterson, Asst. Dist. Attys., Dallas, Robert Huttash, State Pros. Atty., Austin, for appellee in Nos. 10-94-113-CR to 10-94-118-CR.
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 10-94-035-CR, 10-94-085-CR, 10-94-113-CR to 10-94-118-CR and 10-94-137-CR
Jeffery v. State (1995)
This case is before us on the motion of appellant's appointed counsel to withdraw as counsel for appellant pursuant to Anders v. California, 386 U.S. 738, 87 S.Ct. 1396, 18 L.Ed.2d 493 (1967).
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 05-92-01427-CR
In Re DM (2001)
Appellant W.M. appeals the trial court's judgment terminating her parental rights to her children, D.M., B.W., and J.C.W. In three issues, she contends there is legally and factually insufficient evidence to support the judgment of termination. We conclude the evidence is both legally and factually sufficient to support the judgment rendered and affirm the trial court's judgment.
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 2-00-176-CV
Bruns v. State (1996)
This appeal arises from a conviction for delivery of a simulated controlled substance. Punishment was enhanced by a prior aggravated assault conviction and assessed at twenty years imprisonment.
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 04-94-00665-CR
Moore v. K Mart Corp. (1998)Appellant, Janet K. Moore ("Moore"), appeals the trial court's summary judgment granted in favor of K Mart Corporation d/b/a K Mart Super Center ("Kmart"). Moore brought suit against Kmart for the personal injuries she allegedly sustained when she tripped and fell on Kmart's premises. Kmart filed a no-evidence motion for summary judgment, asserting that there was no evidence that a dangerous condition existed on its premises or, alternatively, there was no evidence that Kmart had actual or [...]
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 04-97-01039-CV
In Re JTG (2003)
C. Ed Davis, TDPRS General Counsel, Phoebe Knauer, Deputy Gen. Counsel, Cathy Morris, Chief Atty. for Field Operations, Sarah R. Guidry, Supervising Atty. for Field Operations, Special Litigation Unit, Duke Hooten, Appellate Atty., Office of Gen. Counsel Special Litigation Unit, Austin, for Appellee.
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 2-03-039-CV
Hawkins v. State (2003)
Appellant Darrel Hawkins appeals the judgments of conviction and sentences in two felony cases in which the trial court revoked his community supervision. We conclude that Hawkins's appeals are frivolous and without merit. We affirm.
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 13-02-396-CR, 13-02-397-CR
Wilson v. State (1997)
Counsel for Appellant Dickie Bruce Wilson has filed a motion to withdraw from representation of Wilson and a supporting Anders brief. Anders v. California, 386 U.S. 738, 744, 87 S.Ct. 1396, 1400, 18 L.Ed.2d 493 (1967).
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 10-97-090-CR
Jackson v. Fiesta Mart, Inc. (1998)Appellant Beverly R. Jackson sued appellee Fiesta Mart, Inc. to recover damages for injuries received as a result of a slip and fall on Fiesta's premises. Fiesta filed a no-evidence motion for summary judgment under Tex.R. Civ. P. 166a(i) claiming that after adequate time for discovery, Jackson produced no evidence in support of an essential element of her dangerous-premises claim. The trial court granted Fiesta's motion on the basis that there was no evidence that Fiesta knew or should have [...]
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 03-98-00139-CV
Meza v. State (1987)
When the periods for filing the statement of facts and briefs expired, this Court, pursuant to Texas Rules of Appellate Procedure, Rule 74(l)(2), abated the appeal for the trial court to determine if appellant wished to pursue his appeal, if he was indigent, if appointed counsel was required, or if retained counsel had failed to pursue the appeal.
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 13-85-558-CR
Hickson v. Moya (1996)
In this appeal we determine whether the trial court properly dismissed, under Chapter Fourteen of the Civil Practice and Remedies Code, an inmate's petition filed in forma pauperis. TEX. CIV. PRAC. & REM.CODE ANN. §§ 14.001-.014 (Vernon Supp.1996).
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 10-96-010-CV
Orona v. State (1992)Appellant was convicted of indecency with a child and aggravated sexual assault, and sentenced to twenty years imprisonment and life imprisonment, respectively. Tex. Penal Code Ann. §§ 22.021(a)(1)(B)(i), (2)(B), 21.11(a) (1989). In four points of error, appellant alleges that the district court erred in rendering judgment because: (1) the evidence is legally insufficient to support a verdict that appellant was guilty of aggravated sexual assault; (2) the evidence is legally insufficient to [...]
Court: Court of Appeals of Texas Docket: 3-91-308-CR