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Tony Lawrence Hicks, Jr. v. The State of Texas Court of Appeals Sixth Appellate District of Texas at Texarkana

Tony Lawrence Hicks, Jr., pled guilty to credit card or debit card abuse, a state jail felony.
Pursuant to a negotiated plea bargain agreement, Hicks was placed on deferred adjudication
community supervision for three years. Prior to the expiration of the three-year period, the State
filed a motion to proceed with adjudication of guilt that alleged several violations of the terms ... More...
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Charles Joseph Bandy v. The State of Texas

Charles Joseph Bandy was indicted on two counts of sexual assault of a child, both second
degree-felony offenses. See TEX. PENAL CODE ANN. § 22.011(f) (West Supp. 2017). He pled
guilty to, and was convicted of, one count of the lesser-included offense of indecency with a child.
The trial court sentenced Bandy to seven years’ imprisonment.
In his sole point of error on appea... More...
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Joyce Frances Stark v. The State of Texas Court of Appeals Sixth Appellate District of Texas at Texarkana

Joyce Frances Stark was convicted of theft of property with a value of less than $2,500.00
with two or more previous convictions.1 Stark was sentenced to eighteen months’ incarceration
and, although indigent, was ordered to pay $1,454.25 in court-appointed attorney fees. On appeal,
Stark challenges only the trial court’s assessment of attorney fees against her. The State concedes ... More...
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Danny Paul Fagan v. The State of Texas

Danny Paul Fagan pled guilty to family violence assault with a previous conviction1 and
was placed on ten years’ deferred adjudication community supervision. Subsequently, the State
filed a motion to adjudicate guilt, alleging that Fagan had committed six different violations of the
conditions of his community supervision. Fagan pled true to one violation alleged by the State, More...
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Cory Deshane Murphy v. The State of Texas Fifth Court of Appeals, Dallas, Texas

Appellant was indicted for continuous sexual abuse of a child. At some point he agreed
to plead guilty (apparently to aggravated sexual assault of a child), and a hearing was held at
which the complainant, appellant, and others testified. But the trial judge rejected the plea
because appellant did not admit to having sexual intercourse with the complainant.

Later, at an... More...
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Daiminic Deontrae Harper v. The State of Texas Fifth Court of Appeals, Dallas, Texas

Before the Court is appellant’s December 18, 2017 motion to dismiss appeal. Appellant
and his counsel have signed the motion. ... More...
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Albert Ayala v. The State of Texas Man found guilty of raping woman at Dallas bus stop

Complainant E.P. was sexually assaulted while waiting at a bus stop. The police took her
to Parkland Hospital for a sexual assault examination, and forensic testing on vaginal swabs from
her sexual assault kit tested positive for semen. A forensic biologist at Southwestern Institute of
Forensic Sciences (SWIFS) determined that the swab contained a mixture of DNA from two
indivi... More...
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Branden Trennell Watson v. The State of Texas Fifth Court of Appeals, Dallas, Texas

Watson and Quierra Forest (complainant) have two children together. The couple broke up
in 2010; Forest and her children live with Forest’s mother. Pamela Bookman also lives with Forest
and her mother. On January 30, 2015, Watson and his girlfriend, Sharrion Willis, unexpectedly
arrived at Forest’s house to see Watson’s children. Bookman and her baby were the only people
at hom... More...
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Pramod Flander v. The State of Texas Fifth Court of Appeals, Dallas, Texas

Appellant was originally charged by indictment with aggravated assault with a deadly
weapon against a member of his family in violation of TEX. PENAL CODE ANN. § 22.02.
Appellant entered a plea of nolo contendere, waived his right to a jury, and was tried before the
trial court. The trial court found the evidence “substantiated [appellant’s] guilt.” A finding of
guilt was defer... More...
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Badrudin Kurwa v. Mark B. Kislinger

After the trial court dismissed some of plaintiff’s claims with prejudice, the
parties agreed to dismiss their remaining claims against one another without
prejudice and to waive the applicable statutes of limitations. The evident purpose
of this maneuver was to permit plaintiff to appeal the trial court’s partial order of
dismissal. The plan hit a speed bump, however, when this co... More...
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Rocky Coronado v. The State of Texas

Appellant entered into plea agreements with the State in which he pleaded guilty to the
charged offenses and agreed to affirmative family violence and deadly weapon findings. At a
consolidated plea hearing, the trial court accepted the guilty pleas, found he had entered his pleas
freely and voluntarily, and found the evidence was sufficient to find him guilty beyond a
reasonab... More...
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Connor Lee Coralli v. The State of Texas

Connor Lee Coralli appeals his conviction for driving while intoxicated. On October 19,
2017, the Court received notice from the court reporter that appellant had not paid or made
arrangements to pay for the reporter’s record of his trial.
On November 6, 2017, the Court abated the appeal to allow the trial court to conduct a
hearing to determine whether appellant desired to pr... More...
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Erbie Bowser v. The State of Texas

Before the Court is appellant’s December 13, 2017 motion to dismiss this appeal.
Appellant and his counsel have signed the motion, and the Clerk of this Court has sent a copy to
the trial court clerk. ... More...
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Martin Captillo Zamora Jr. v. The State of Texas 5th Court of Appeals - Dallas, Texas

During an undercover investigation into sales of “K2,” a synthetic form of marijuana,
Dallas Police Department Detective John Lising called Zamora on January 14, 2016, to buy of 2.5
ounces of K2 from Zamora. That same day, Zamora met with Detective Lising to complete the
transaction. On January 21, 2016, Detective Lising called Zamora to negotiate the purchase of a
larger amo... More...
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Shawn Laroy Jackson v. The State of Texas Cadena Reeves Justice Center - San Antonio Court of Appeals

Appellant has filed a motion to dismiss this appeal. The motion is signed by both Appellant
and his attorney. ... More...
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Logan Trey Field v. The State of Texas

Appellant has filed a motion to dismiss this appeal; the motion is signed by Appellant and
his counsel. ... More...
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Kevin Mikel Brashears v. The State of Texas Cadena Reeves Justice Center - San Antonio Court of Appeals

Pursuant to a plea agreement with the State, appellant Kevin Mikel Brashears pled nolo
contendere to the offense burglary of a habitation with intent to commit assault, enhanced as a
repeat offender. In accord with the plea agreement, the trial court placed Brashears on ten years’
community supervision and assessed a fine of $1,500.00. Approximately six months after
sentencin... More...
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Deondre Javqueen Jenkins v. The State of Texas Man accused of forcing teen into prostitution

After a jury trial, Jenkins was found guilty and sentenced to twenty-five years of
imprisonment. On appeal, he argues the trial court did not have jurisdiction over his case because
the charging instrument was fatally defective. According to Jenkins, the charging instrument failed
to conform to the Texas Constitution’s definition of an indictment because it did not name “a
pers... More...
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Mark Alan Norwood v. The State of Texas Mark Norwood found guilty of 2nd murder, sentenced to life

As set out above, Norwood was charged with the capital murder of Baker. The
offense was alleged to have occurred in January 1988, but Norwood was not charged with the
offense until more than two decades later. During the nine-day trial, many witnesses were called to
the stand, and the following summary comes from the testimony presented at trial.
At the time of the offense, Baker... More...
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Shawn Aric Tolbert v. The State of Texas Jury finds Tolbert guilty

The State charged appellant with three sexual abuse offenses for conduct perpetrated
against T.B.P. when she was a child. T.B.P.’s mother was married to appellant’s older brother, and 2 3
the family attended the church pastored by appellant’s father. T.B.P., her older sister, and younger
brothers often stayed in appellant’s home and, at times, lived there.
T.B.P. testified that i... More...
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Florentino Richard Gonzales v. The State of Texas 100-year sentence in sex case

During the summer of 2006, the alleged victim, I.L., lived with her grandmother
Petra and Gonzales, who was married to Petra at the time. The three of them sometimes slept in
a house and sometimes in an RV parked near the house. The offenses for which Gonzales was
convicted all allegedly occurred that summer, when I.L. was about six years old.
At Gonzales’s trial, which took plac... More...
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Kyle Ray Gooch v. The State of Texas

We have considered the appellant’s “Motion to Withdraw Appeal.” The
motion complies with rule 42.2(a) of the rules of appellate procedure. ... More...
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James Wilson Pierce v. The State of Texas SECOND COURT OF APPEALS, FORT WORTH, TEXAS

On November 22, 2017, Pierce filed a pro se notice of appeal in the trial
court. See Tex. R. App. P. 25.2(c), 26.2. On December 4, 2017, we notified
Pierce that the trial court had certified that he had no right to appeal and that we
would dismiss his appeal unless he or any party desiring to continue the appeal
filed a response showing grounds for continuing the appeal. See... More...
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Lee Herman Hall v. The State of Texas SECOND COURT OF APPEALS, FORT WORTH, TEXAS

In the primary case, Appellant pled guilty and judicially confessed to the
first-degree felony of possessing 200 or more but less than 400 grams of the
Penalty Group 1 controlled substance methamphetamine in exchange for ten
years’ confinement and the State’s waiver of the habitual offender paragraph.
See Tex. Health & Safety Code Ann. § 481.102(6) (West Supp. 2017) (listing <... More...
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The State of Texas v. Christopher Andrew Ax

No decision of this court having been delivered before we received this motion, we grant the motion and dismiss the
appeal. We have considered the “Motion For Voluntary Dismissal Of [the] State’s Appeal.” The motion complies with rule 42.2(a) of the rules of appellate procedure.... More...
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