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Q: criminal case in TX, can a defendant be time barred in filing a motion of any kind

Court appointed attorney filed appeal and COA, affirmed it. Defendant filed a Motion for extension of time to file petition for discretionary review, but was denied. He also filed a motion asking the District court for more time in filing 1107 as he is doing it as prose. So question: Does the... Read more »

Mr. Ashkan Mehryari
Mr. Ashkan Mehryari answered on Nov 4, 2019

There are certainly some motions that are time barred, with strict deadlines. Others, such as 11.07, can be filed at any time.

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Q: What does the term evidence supplemented mean on police reports and court documents mean?
Mr. Ashkan Mehryari
Mr. Ashkan Mehryari answered on Nov 4, 2019

It usually just means they added to the original report.

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Q: How can my dude get a 1244a for a for warrant poss cs pg 1 1g
Mr. Ashkan Mehryari
Mr. Ashkan Mehryari answered on Nov 4, 2019

His attorney would have to convince the judge and/or prosecutor to give him one. They are not guaranteed to them; there is no right to a 12.44(a)

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Q: my friend was arrested in el paso. he had a friend's bike on his trailer, turns out that bike was stolen.

my friend was charged with theft over 2500 under 30000. how do i go about finding a good lawyer that wont cost us our houses and everything?

Mr. Ashkan Mehryari
Mr. Ashkan Mehryari answered on Nov 4, 2019

You should really just consult with a few, ask them their experience and how they would approach the case. At the end of the day, like anything else, you often get what you pay for. A good lawyer will spend time working and investigating the case.

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