Greenville, TX asked in Appeals / Appellate Law, Civil Rights and Criminal Law for Texas

Q: can anyone help with a civil suit that needs a writs

Around 2:00 p.m. on May 19, 2015, Phillips forcibly entered Faedra Wills’s

Arlington home while, apparently unknown to him, Wills locked herself in the

bathroom and called 911. Arlington police officers arrived at Wills’s home while

Phillips was loading stolen property into the trunk of his car, which he had backed

into Wills’s driveway. When the officers ordered Phillips to stop, he did just the

opposite: Phillips got in his car, started it, revved the engine, and sped out of the

driveway. Corporal Richard Hernandez thought Phillips was going to run him

over, so he fired six times at Phillips’s car; a second officer fired once.

Undeterred, Phillips headed toward Highway 287. The officers chased Phillips at

speeds exceeding 100 miles per hour but lost sight of him.

1 Lawyer Answer
John Cucci Jr.
John Cucci Jr.
Answered
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Houston, TX

A: Sorry but I did not see a question in your submission. Please try to ask what or how to do something.

Thank you.

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