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Justin Daren Buxton v. The State of Texas

First Court of Appeals - Texas Courts

Aggravated sexual assault of a child under the age of fourteen

K.T. dated appellant for several years. She has four children: R.T., C.T., who
is the complainant in this case, J.T., and D.B. Her daughters, R.T., C.T., and J.T.,
all have different fathers, and appellant is the father of D.B. K.T. lived with her own
father during the time that she was dating appellant, and her daughters would spend
the night with her or with appellant, who... More...
   $0 (07-14-2017 - TX)

Shamsher Medih Christi v. Sana Christi a/k/a Kiran Will Werding

Shamsher Chisti sought to collaterally attack his decree of divorce by filing a petition for a bill of review in the trial court. The trial court denied Chistiís bill of review. On appeal, Chisti challenges that ruling as an abuse of the trial courtís discretion. We affirm.
In April 2016, the trial court heard Chistiís petition for a bill of review, in
which he sought ... More...
   $0 (01-24-2017 - TX)

Michael Ray Senn v. The State of Texas

In his first issue, Senn argues that the evidence is insufficient to trigger the
statutory enhancement under section 22.011(f). Specifically, Senn argues that
there is no evidence that he was engaged in a bigamous relationship with
A. Standard of Review
In our due-process review of the sufficiency of the evidence, we view all of
the evidence in the light mo... More...
   $0 (01-13-2017 - TX)

William Frank Davis v. Carolina Davis

This appeal arises from a dispute between Frank and Carol Davis over custody of their three children and the proper division of their property. During the divorce proceedings Carol testified that she had taken part in a religious wedding ceremony with Mohammad Iqbal Hozri several years before she married Frank and
that the marriage to Mohammad was never terminated through divorce. The tr... More...
   $0 (03-06-2014 - TX)

John W. Small v. Murriah S. McMaster

Appellee Murriah McMaster brought suit to establish an informal or common-law marriage to appellant John W. ‚ÄēJack‚ÄĖ Small, and for a divorce and property division. The informal marriage and property issues were bifurcated and tried separately. After the first jury trial, the trial court signed an interlocutory judgment establishing an informal marriage between Murriah and Jack beginning on Dece... More...   $0 (10-21-2011 - TX)

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