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LaVincent Tyrell Robinson vs. State of Missouri Opinion Summary

The State charged Appellant as a prior and persistent offender with one count of first
degree robbery, in violation of Section 569.020,2 two counts of first-degree assault, in violation
of Section 565.050, and three counts of armed criminal action (ACA), in violation of Section
571.015. During Appellant’s trial, viewed in the light most favorable to the verdict, the
following e... More...
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Alfredo Ramirez v. The State of Texas View Case

The complainant met appellant in August 2010, when the complainant worked as a shipping clerk in Georgia and appellant was a truck driver from Houston. The complainant married appellant, had a daughter with him, and moved to Houston in February 2011. By July, 2013, their living situation had deteriorated; appellant had been out of work, they were living in a motel, and they were surviving by pan... More...   $0 (06-18-2016 - TX)

Juan Mendoza v. The State of Texas

In March 2014, the complainant, Elsa1, made an outcry of sexual abuse. At the time of the outcry, Elsa was sixteen. She disclosed that she had been sexually abused by appellant, her mother’s former boyfriend, when she was ten or eleven years old. Subsequently, appellant was charged with continuous sexual abuse of a child.
The indictment in this case alleged that the period of abuse occurred b... More...
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State of Florida v. Dr. Augustine Bollo

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Jury Convicts Podiatrist On Lewd or Lascivious Molestation Charges

The State of Florida charged Dr. Augustine Bollo with two counts of lewd or lascivious molestation claiming that he forced a teenage babysitter touch him inappropriately in his home in 2012.

Defendant testified in his own defense.

The babysitter, now age 19, testified that the Defen... More...
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Jeremy Jamale Morris v. The State of Texas

On June 13, 2014, Officers Matthew Bean, Erik Kvarme, Jr., Chad Andreu, and Jason Schmoker of the Beaumont Police Department were patrolling the north end of Beaumont, Texas in a black unmarked Chevrolet Tahoe. Schmoker was driving. Bean, Andreu, and Schmoker were wearing Class A police officer uniforms and Kvarme was in a bicycle patrol uniform.2
As the officers approached the intersecti... More...
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Rodolfo Trujillo-Tello v. The State of Texas

Appellant was arrested for the offense of continuous sexual abuse of a child based
on a relationship he had with his daughter D.T. Pursuant to D.T.’s testimony, appellant
made inappropriate sexual advances toward her since she was thirteen years old. D.T
testified that the sexual advances intensified throughout the years, and at eighteen years
of age D.T made an outcry to her... More...
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Cesario Ramon Jr. v. The State of Texas

Officer Henderson stopped Ramon’s truck for failing to have his license plate
illuminated and visible at a distance of fifty feet. See TEX. TRANSP. CODE ANN. §
547.322(f) (West, Westlaw through 2015 R.S.). Prior to his time in the police
department, Henderson had served as Ramon’s probation officer, though it is not clear
that the men recognized their prior connection during ... More...
   $0 (06-17-2016 - TX)

William Anderson v. The State of Texas

After appellant was indicted for aggravated assault, his trial counsel filed a motion
suggesting incompetency and requesting an examination. Pursuant to counsel’s motion,
the trial court ordered an examination of appellant’s competency to stand trial and to
participate in his own defense. A licensed psychologist evaluated appellant and found
him to be competent. The psycholo... More...
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Jose Franco, III v. The State of Texas

The following evidence was adduced at trial. Appellant lived with his girlfriend
Amanda Gonzales. The victim, J.F,2 appellant’s thirteen-year-old son, and his three
siblings3 resided in the home, along with Gonzales’s two children. On May 12, 2013,
appellant asked his sister, A.T., if J.F. could reside with her because J.F. was “out of
control.” A.T. testified that she met... More...
   $0 (06-17-2016 - TX)

Gerald Wayne Roberts v. The State of Texas

In May of 2008, appellant Gerald Wayne Roberts was charged in separate
indictments with possession of one to four grams of cocaine within a school zone and
with fabricating or tampering with physical evidence.2 See TEX. HEALTH & SAFETY CODE
ANN. §§ 481.112, 481.134(c) (West, Westlaw through 2015 R.S.); TEX. PENAL CODE ANN.
§ 37.09 (West, Westlaw through 2015 R.S.).
Appe... More...
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Maxey Kenneth Lovell v. The State of Texas

Maxey Kenneth Lovell was charged with the offense of Attempted Indecency with
a Child by Exposure. See TEX. PENAL CODE ANN. §§ 15.01, 21.11(a)(2)(A) (West 2011). He
was accused of exposing himself through video images sent over the internet to someone
he thought was a 13-year-old girl. The “girl” was a police officer. After the trial court
denied Lovell’s motion to quash th... More...
   $0 (06-17-2016 - TX)

Francis Bryant v. The State of Texas

A grand jury indicted Bryant for assaulting Joey Plessala, a public servant, by
hitting Plessala with his hand, scratching Plessala with his finger, and kicking
Plessala with his foot. The indictment also alleged that Bryant had prior convictions
for felony offenses. Bryant pleaded not guilty and his case was tried before a jury.
During the trial, Officer Joey Plessala of t... More...
   $0 (06-16-2016 - TX)

Octavio Amaro v. The State of Texas

In August 2012, Appellant became involved in an argument with Danielle Dorado, his
companion of five years and the mother of his child, after Dorado found text messages on
Appellant’s cell phone that led her to believe Appellant was cheating on her. After the argument
turned physical, Dorado called 911, and law enforcement was dispatched to the scene.
In the recording of the ... More...
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Michael Wayne Parsons v. The State of Texas

The pertinent facts of this case are uncontested. Appellant was indicted for felony DWI
having had two prior convictions. The indictment arose out of Appellant’s arrest on April 14,
2012. Officer Doug Kerr of the Haltom Police Department was dispatched to the scene of an
accident around 12:30 a.m. in the morning.1 Upon arrival at the scene, Officer Kerr saw that
Appellant’s... More...
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Franklin Coy Kuhl, Jr. v. The State of Texas

On February 1, 2014, Franklin Coy Kuhl, Jr., drove C.S.,1 a fourteen-year-old girl, in his
red Chevrolet Cavalier from a house in Hopkins County to a motel in Greenville in Hunt County
and engaged in several sex acts with her. As a result, Kuhl was indicted for, and pled guilty to,
trafficking a child to engage in prohibited sexual conduct.2 Kuhl was sentenced to confinement
... More...
   $0 (06-16-2016 - TX)

Carlton Merle Daniel Jones v. The State of Texas

Carlton Merle Daniel Jones was tried by the court, non-jury bench, for the continuous
sexual assault1 of twelve-year-old Jane Doe, found guilty, and sentenced to life in prison. On
appeal, Jones alleges that there was insufficient evidence to support his conviction and that the
trial court erred in submitting DNA evidence, which proved that Doe gave birth to his child. We
fin... More...
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David Wayne Cahill v. The State of Texas

The record shows that on March 13, 2014, a detainer1 was placed on appellant and faxed
from the Collin County District Attorney (D.A.)’s Office to the Lexington, Oklahoma prison
facility where appellant was being incarcerated. On April 24, 2014, appellant signed the IADA
form II, “Offender’s Notice of Place of Imprisonment and Request for Disposition of
Indictments, Informati... More...
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Cesar Armijo, Jr. v. The State of Texas

On January 4, 2014, appellant, along with a woman and two children, entered a Walmart
store. Appellant and the two children were wearing hoodies. After entering the store, appellant
and the woman separated. The woman placed a “surround sound” in her cart. Appellant then
approached and placed a plastic Walmart bag containing DVDs into the cart.
Using the side aisles of the... More...
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Luke Hampton v. The State of Texas

At all relevant times, appellant and the children’s mother were separated and appellant
lived with his parents, whom the children called Grandma and Papa. The testimony showed that
appellant had a history of alcoholism since he was a teenager, he struggled with bipolar disorder
that he self-treated with vodka, and he contemplated suicide on more than one occasion.
In mid-Nov... More...
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Fabian Rodriguez, Jr. v. The State of Texas

Fabian Rodriguez was convicted of continuous sexual abuse of a child, attempted sexual
assault of a child, attempted indecency with a child, and two counts of bail jumping. In his sole
point of error on appeal, Rodriguez argues the trial court erred by allowing the State’s expert
consulting psychologist to testify. We hold Rodriguez failed to preserve the issue for appeal, and More...
   $0 (06-15-2016 - TX)

Edward Houston v. The State of Texas

The only witness who testified at trial was the arresting officer, Sergeant Frank Bellino.
Sergeant Bellino testified he was in uniform in a marked patrol car when dispatch received several
calls regarding a reckless, erratic driver of an 18-wheel tractor trailer. One caller stated the driver
went off the roadway.
Sergeant Bellino parked his car on the shoulder of the highw... More...
   $0 (06-15-2016 - TX)

Stanley Bernard Abney v. The State of Texas

In the judgment of conviction for the aggravated assault offense, the trial court
ordered appellant to pay $269.00 in court costs. In his sole point of error, appellant asserts that the 1
amount of court costs assessed against him do not comport with the amount authorized by statute.
At the time appellant filed his brief, the appellate record contained no bill of costs. Thus, instea... More...
   $0 (06-15-2016 - TX)

Edgar Sangillo v. The State of Texas

Edgar Sangillo was charged with driving while intoxicated and with failing to
stop and render aid. See Tex. Penal Code § 49.04 (setting out elements of offense of driving while
intoxicated); Tex. Transp. Code § 550.021(a) (requiring person involved in accident “that results or
is reasonably likely to result in injury or death” to stop at scene of accident, determine if person
invo... More...
   $0 (06-15-2016 - TX)

Tonieka Renea McIlvennia, AKA Tonieka Reanea McIlvenna, AKA Tonieka Renea Burnside, AKA Tonieka James v. The State of Texas

Officer John Jones, an officer with the Killeen Police Department, was on patrol
when he observed a car that had been reported stolen pull into a convenience store parking lot. He
confirmed that the car was still listed as stolen and called for back-up. He pulled in and parked his
marked patrol car at an angle behind the stolen car. He saw the driver go inside the store, but knewMore...
   $0 (06-15-2016 - TX)

Rigoberto Pantoja v. The State of Texas

One evening in September 2014, Pantoja gathered with friends to watch a
prize fight involving Floyd Mayweather. After using alcohol and cocaine at the
party and afterwards, Pantoja and some of his friends from the party ended up at
a mobile home park in Mansfield, Texas. They were joined by a few individuals
already at the mobile home park. This group included Pantoja, Luis ... More...
   $0 (06-15-2016 - TX)

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