Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Decisions Justia Opinion Summary: A grand jury indicted Abraham Proenza for Injury to a Child, alleging that he intentionally and knowingly caused serious bodily injury to "AJV" by, among other things, failing to seek prompt medical care for AJV.
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Long v. Justia Opinion Summary: In this case, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals considered whether a person convicted of a criminal offense could present a facial challenge to the constitutionality of a statute for the first time in an application fo
Obella v. Friday Night Overtime. He raised this claim for the first time in his habeas application brought under Texas Code Cri Justia Opinion Summary: Appellant Jeromy Leax was charged with two counts of online solicitation of a minor under the pre version of Penal Code section Justia Opinion Summary: The officer in this case encountered and arrested an intoxicated driver during a traffic stop he initiated to check the welfare of a passenger in the vehicle.
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