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In this edition of Texas Criminal Forms, you receive new forms and practice tips, plus revised and/or updated coverage of the law, to help you navigate the issues that may arise at various stages of a criminal case. The highlights include:
22 NEW FORMS, INCLUDING:
- Waiver Of Potential Conflict (Attorneys In Same Firm)
- Defendant’s Motion For Appointment of Co-Counsel
- Defendant’s Motion To Modify Bond Conditions As Not In Best Interest Of Justice
- Verified Petition for An Occupational Driver’s License With Interlock
- Affidavit On Verified Petition For Occupational Driver’s License With Interlock
- Order Granting Occupational Driver’s License With Interlock
- Defendant’s Motion To Reduce Costs of Ignition Interlock Device
- Defendant’s Motion To Waive Requirement of Ignition Interlock Device
- Defendant’s Motion To Waive Traffic Fine For Conviction of Intoxicated Driver Offense
- Defendant’s Motion For Continuance (Invoking CCP 27.12)
- Application For Writ of Habeas Corpus and Defendant’s Motion to Quash Complaint and Information
(Unconstitutionality of Harassment Statute)
- Agreed Motion For Transfer of Protective Order
- Motion To Modify Protective Order
- Defendant’s Motion To View Physical Evidence
- Order to Allow Defense Access to Evidence
- Military Record Form SF-180
- Motion for Continuance (Privileged Information)
- Request for Information under Rule 12.6 of the Texas Rules of Judicial Administration
- Preservation Letter for Law Enforcement Materials
- Defendant’s Motion For Court To Determine Ability To Pay (Felony)
- Defendant’s Motion For Court To Determine Ability To Pay (Misdemeanor)
- Defendant’s Petition For Nondisclosure of Criminal History Record Information Under Tex. Gov’t Code
§411.0726 (Eligibility Two Years After Completion of DWI Deferred Adjudication)
NEW AND EXPANDED COVERAGE OF THE LAW, INCLUDING:
- Modification of bond conditions: due to indigency of defendant; as not in best interest of justice
- Modifying conditions of DWI community supervision: ignition interlock devices; the “Superfine” under
Transportation Code §709.001
- Service of indictment on defendant
- Statutes and case law governing protective orders
- Records requests under Rule 12.6 of the Texas Rules of Judicial Administration
- Texas Forensic Science Commission: as a research source; obtaining records from the Commission
- Alternate methods of serving sentences — governing law re: court’s duty to determine ability to pay
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Client Relations and Communications
Chapter 2 Motions Related to Searches of Places
Chapter 3 Motions Related to Searches of Persons
Chapter 4 Right to Counsel
Chapter 5 Self-Incrimination
Chapter 6 Motions Related to Defendant’s Statements
Chapter 7 [Reserved]
Chapter 8 Double Jeopardy and Collateral Estoppel
Chapter 9 Bail and Bond Motions
Chapter 10 Motions for DWI Cases
Chapter 11 Examining Trials and Grand Jury Hearings
Chapter 12 Pre-Trial Motions
Chapter 13 Discovery Motions
Chapter 14 Jury Selection and Voir Dire
Chapter 15 Trial Motions
Chapter 16 Evidence
Chapter 17 Child Abuse Cases
Chapter 18 Sex Offender Registration
Chapter 19 [Reserved]
Chapter 20 Punishment Phase
Chapter 21 Post-Trial Proceedings
Chapter 22 Expunctions and Non-Disclosure