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May 2018
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Saturday, April 28th, 2018
Features
21 | Proposed CCA Amendments to the Rules of Appellate Procedure
23 | Pictures from the 42nd Annual Tim Evans Texas Criminal Trial College - By Shreika Madison
26 | Nondisclosures & Expunctions - By Betty Blackwell
36 | There Won’t Be Blood - By Lanny Begley and Mimi Coffey

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Nondisclosures & Expunctions
Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

Nondisclosures

Deferred Adjudication Nondisclosure

Section 411 of the Government Code was created to allow an “Order for Nondisclosure” in certain cases when a deferred adjudication has been completed.

There Won’t Be Blood
Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

Evidence obtained from the defendant’s blood is often the lynchpin in a Texas criminal case. And since the analysis of blood is such an intensely scientific process, no wonder the State (and often the Defense) employs an expert to testify about it.

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Voice for the Defense Blog

Author: TCDLA Blog Editor
We’ve all probably heard some variation of the following two business quotes: Prepare your staff so they can leave and go anywhere… treat them...
Author: TCDLA Blog Editor
We’ve all probably heard some variation of the following two business quotes: Prepare your staff so they can leave and go anywhere… treat them...