Criminal Procedure

  • Rogers v. State   In Rogers v. State, In April 2007, two police officers detained Kyle Rogers for driving without a ...
  • Augustine v. State   In Augustine v. State, Augustine appealed his ...
  • Lampley v. State   In Lampley v. State, Lampley filed a petition ...
  • State v. Pete   In State v. Pete, the supreme court held that the State’s pursuance of a felony indictment against a defendant already charged with a misdemeanor for the same crime did not give rise to a presumption of prosecutorial vindictiveness, where such indictment was brought after the defendant’s assertion of his right to trial to the ...
  • Downs v. State   In Downs v. State, Mark Alan Downs, who was charged for driving with a revoked license, argued that police lacked reasonable suspicion to pull him over ...
  • Kelley v. State   In Kelley v. State After receiving an anonymous tip that the defendant was growing marijuana on her property, two police officers dove up ...
  • State v. Stidston   In State v. Stidston, Stidston was charged with sexually assaulting the victim, but failed to present evidence of the victim’s sexual ...
  • Waterman v. State   In Waterman v. State, Waterman was charged of criminally negligent homicide at age 16 for failing to take any reasonable steps to ...
  • Bush v. Elkins       In Bush v. Elkins, the supreme court held that a trial court could not award a prevailing party insurance fees without informing the responding party that they were permitted to respond to the motion. The passenger’s father, Bush, attempted ...
  • Anderson v. State   In Anderson v. State, the court of appeals held that a lower court has committed harmless error when it fails to instruct the jury that they cannot convict a defendant unless they unanimously agree on the particular conduct underlying that count if the State can show beyond a reasonable doubt that if the jury ...

Criminal Procedure

  • Rogers v. State   In Rogers v. State, In April 2007, two police officers detained Kyle Rogers for driving without a ...
  • Augustine v. State   In Augustine v. State, Augustine appealed his ...
  • Lampley v. State   In Lampley v. State, Lampley filed a petition ...
  • State v. Pete   In State v. Pete, the supreme court held that the State’s pursuance of a felony indictment against a defendant already charged with a misdemeanor for the same crime did not give rise to a presumption of prosecutorial vindictiveness, where such indictment was brought after the defendant’s assertion of his right to trial to the ...
  • Downs v. State   In Downs v. State, Mark Alan Downs, who was charged for driving with a revoked license, argued that police lacked reasonable suspicion to pull him over ...
  • Kelley v. State   In Kelley v. State After receiving an anonymous tip that the defendant was growing marijuana on her property, two police officers dove up ...
  • State v. Stidston   In State v. Stidston, Stidston was charged with sexually assaulting the victim, but failed to present evidence of the victim’s sexual ...
  • Waterman v. State   In Waterman v. State, Waterman was charged of criminally negligent homicide at age 16 for failing to take any reasonable steps to ...
  • Bush v. Elkins       In Bush v. Elkins, the supreme court held that a trial court could not award a prevailing party insurance fees without informing the responding party that they were permitted to respond to the motion. The passenger’s father, Bush, attempted ...
  • Anderson v. State   In Anderson v. State, the court of appeals held that a lower court has committed harmless error when it fails to instruct the jury that they cannot convict a defendant unless they unanimously agree on the particular conduct underlying that count if the State can show beyond a reasonable doubt that if the jury ...