Interlocutory Appeal Law
 
Ladavious Cobur Ramon Smith v. The State of Texas

Denton, TX - Criminal Defense Attorney, Miscellaneous/Other Criminal including Misdemeanor or Felony

Ladavious Cobur Ramon Smith filed a notice of appeal attempting to challenge
the trial court’s denial of (1) his motion for shock probation and (2) his request for
findings of fact and conclusions of law.
Generally, an appellate court may consider appeals by criminal defendants... More...
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Muqtasid Abdul Qadir v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, TX - Criminal Defense Attorney, Miscellaneous/Other Criminal including Misdemeanor or Felony


Appellant Muqtasid Abdul Qadir attempts to appeal from the February 19,
2020 order signed by Judge David L. Evans, Presiding Judge of the Eighth
Administrative Judicial Region of Texas, denying Appellant’s motion to recuse the trial
judge.1 On April 8, 2020, we notifi... More...
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Courtlyn Levine aka Courtlyn LevineNewton v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, TX - Criminal Defense Attorney, Aggravated Assault


In 2018, Appellant Courtlyn Levine (aka Courtlyn Levinenewton) pleaded
guilty to the offense of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and the trial court
placed him on deferred adjudication community supervision. In 2019, the trial court
proceeded to adjudicate Appellant guilty and sentenced him to fourtee... More...
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Byron Troy Wells v. The State of Texas

Criminal Defense Attorney - Fort Worth, TX, Aggravated Sexual Assault



Emily1 and Wells had been longtime friends when, in the early morning hours
of February 12, 2017, Wells texted Emily asking if she wanted to hang out and drink
some whiskey. Emily said yes, and Wells came over with whiskey and beer. This is
where Emily’s and Wells’s accounts of the night diverge.<... More...
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Nikolai Hannemann v. The State of Texas

Denton, TX - Criminal Defense Attorney, Evading Arrest



Nikolai Hannemann attempts to appeal his convictions and sentences for
evading arrest, burglary of a habitation, and burglary of a building. See Tex. Penal
Code Ann. §§ 30.02(a), (c)(1), (c)(2), 38.04(a), (b)(2). Hannemann pleaded guilty to
each offense pursuant to a plea-bargain agreement, and the trial court s... More...
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Ian Murray v. My Tran

Dr. My Tran and Dr. Ian Murray are dentists who owned a dental
practice known as Bird Rock Dental. Dr. Murray worked at the practice and
Dr. Tran handled the business operations through his own separate entity.
About two years after they formed the practice, they had financial disputes.
In the midst of these disputes, Dr. Tran accused Dr. Murray of substandard
dental work and ... More...
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In re Samuel A., a Person Coming Under the Juvenile Court Law. Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services v. Patricia A.

Patricia A., mother of three-year-old Samuel A., petitioned
pursuant to Welfare and Institutions Code sections 388 and 3901
to set aside jurisdiction findings concerning Patricia’s alcohol
abuse and mental instability and to terminate dependency
jurisdiction after a court-ordered psychiatric evaluation found
Patricia was not mentally ill and did not meet the diagnostic
crit... More...
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Corinna Reyes v. Kim Kruger

Appellants Corinna Reyes and Golden State Care Collective, Inc. (together,
“Reyes” or “appellants”), filed a complaint for malicious prosecution against property
owner Kim Kruger and Kim Kruger Trust (together, Kruger) and Kruger’s former
attorney, Todd Rothbard (Rothbard), for what Reyes contended was a wrongful eviction.
The trial court granted Kruger’s and Rothbard’s (together, ... More...
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Kirk Alan Pearson v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, TX - Criminal Defense Attorney, Assault


Pearson was accused of assaulting his former girlfriend, Marlie, by throwing a
tricycle at her, grabbing her face and neck and throwing her to the ground, and hitting
her with their car. Before trial, Pearson tried to subpoena documents related to
Marlie in the possession of One Safe Place, a local family-violence cente... More...
   $0 (09-27-2020 - TX)

Joshua Babin v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, TX - Criminal Defense Attorney, Aggravated Sexual Assault




A. THE INITIAL OUTCRY
Babin and Angela were married and had three children: Tina and twins Elaine
and Hope. They divorced when the twins were approximately eighteen months old;
Babin was given “extended standard” visitation rights to the three girls.
When Elaine was six and after she had... More...
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Timothy Scott Scoggins v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, TX - Criminal Defense Attorney, Burglary of a Habitation



A jury found Timothy Scott Scoggins guilty of four counts of burglary of a
habitation and assessed his punishment at 47 years’ confinement for each count. See
Tex. Penal Code Ann. § 30.02(a)(1), (3), (d). After the trial court sentenced Scoggins,
he filed a motion for new trial in which he alleged ... More...
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Keith Deshaun Mathews v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, TX - Criminal Defense Attorney, Aggravated Assault


Appellant Keith Deshaun Mathews appeals his convictions for aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon and assault against a family or household member with a
previous conviction. See Tex. Penal Code Ann. §§ 22.01(b)(2)(A), .02(a)(2). The trial
court sentenced Mathews to 20 years’ imprisonment on each count to r... More...
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Mario Hernan LopezGamez v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, TX - Criminal Defense Attorney, Capital Murder


I. The murder
In December 2016, VanCleave decided to sell some of her jewelry, including two
gold chains and a gold ring, because she and her husband, Mustafah Zaatreh, were
struggling financially. Using the phone application 5miles, VanCleave listed the jewelry
and set up a meeting with a potential buyer, “J... More...
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John Tufts v. The State of Texas

Denton, TX - Criminal Defense Attorney, Injury to a Child, Elderly or Disabled Individual


A. Madison’s Upbringing in Poland
This case stems from injuries that Madison sustained on August 9, 2016. About
one month after Madison was born, she was placed in a foster home in Poland as a
result of parental abuse and neglect. Approximately a year later, her birth mother had
... More...
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Terri Donnell Sanders v. The State of Texas

Montague, Texas, Criminal Defense Attorney, Manslaughter



I. The party
On the night of October 23, Sanders’s then-boyfriend Clint Mahin picked her
up from her workplace in Wichita Falls around 5:30 or 6:00 p.m. and they arrived at her
coworker’s house for a backyard barbecue around 6:15 p.m. At trial, accounts differed
as to how much Sanders had had to drink at ... More...
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Michael Christopher Torres v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, Texas - Criminal Defense Attorney, Driving While Intoxicated



In one issue, Appellant raises numerous complaints stemming from the trial
court’s purportedly limiting his questioning the venire members about their ability to
consider the minimum sentence. Specifically, Appellant asserted at trial and asserts on
appeal that the minimum sentence was no jail ... More...
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Jason Pearson v. The State of Texas

Denton, TX - Criminal Defense Attorney, Sex Offenses

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Unconstitutionality of Article 38.37, Article 1 Not Preserved
In his fourth issue, Pears... More...
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Patrick Birch Calvert v. The State of Texas

Weatherford, Texas - Criminal Defense Attorney, Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity

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In his ninth point,
4 Calvert argues that the evidence is ... More...
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Jake Charles Abel v. The State of Texas

Decatur, Texas - Criminal Defense Attorney, Murder







Fort Worth man faces Wise County murder charge in girlfriend’s slaying




In the
Court of Appeals
Second Appellate Dist... More...
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Terrance Lee Jones v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, TX - Criminal Defense Attorney,

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Appellant has moved to dismiss his appeal. ... More...
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Brandon Paul Brink v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, TX - Criminal Defense Attorney, Evading Arrest


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Appellant has moved to dismiss his appeal... More...
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Jarnyl Dayon Brown v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, TX - criminal defense attorney, Miscellaneous/Other Criminal including Misdemeanor or Felony



After the State indicted Brown for the capital murder of Dan Bolton while
committing or attempting to commit a robbery that occurred in 1996, Brown pled
guilty to the lesser charge of murder. Following his judicial confession, the trial court
sentenced Brown to l... More...
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Lucas Bertotti v. The State of Texas

Denton, TX - criminal defense attorney, misdemeanor evading arrest


Appellant Lucas Bertotti challenges the sufficiency of the evidence to support
his conviction for misdemeanor evading arrest. We affirm.
In 2019, a postal inspector notified detectives that he had intercepted a package
with narcotics in it. Officers conducted a controlled delivery in which they allowed th... More...
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Mario Tenorio Zurita v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, TX - criminal defense attorney, Continuous Sexual Abuse of Young Child or Children


Because Zurita does not challenge the sufficiency of the evidence to support
his CSA conviction, a detailed recitation of the facts is not necessary. For now, it is
enough to state that Zurita was indicted with the CSA of his stepdaughter, Darla
3
Grant,
1 occurring be... More...
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Damon Cole v. The State of Texas

Fort Worth, Texas, Criminal justice attorney, Order Denying Bail

Appellant Damon Cole attempts to appeal from the trial court’s order granting
the State’s pretrial “Motion to Deny Bond.” Via letter, we notified Cole of our
concern that we lack jurisdiction to consider the trial court’s order because it is not
appealable. See Tex. R. App. P. 44.3; Ragston v. State, 424 S.W.3d... More...
   $0 (09-25-2020 - TX)

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