January/February 1996 Issue

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Columns

6   | Parole Evidence – By Bill Wischkaemper
8   | A Good Learning Tool – By Bill Allison
10 | In And Around Texas: “The Court of Criminal Appeals… Has Something of a Pro-defendant Tilt.” – By John C. Boston

Features

12 | Historical Analysis of Double Jeopardy-Forfeiture Argument: Excerpt of Brief in Ex Parte Fant and Ex Parte Johnson – By Stanley G. Scheider, Troy McKinney & Tom Moran
18 | Attacking the Deferred Adjudication Statute – By Juan Martinez & G. Rudolph Garza, Jr.
20 | Court Rulemaking and Statutory Conflict in Texas – By Don Rogers
34 | A Defense Lawyer’s Perspective of Constitutional Due Process Problems in the Parole Revocation Process – By William T. Habern & Gary J. Cohen
40 | DWI Field Sobriety Testing: A Common Sense Voir Dire & Cross Examination to Show the Test are Designed to Cause Failure – By Gary Trichter
37 | Raising the “Due Diligence” Issue in Revocation Cases – By Juan Martinez Gonzales

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