This case was almost certainly dismissed from municipal court and indicated in county court. That procedure causes a lot of confusion with folks thinking the case has been dropped when it is really just being transferred to the felony court. It sounds like a tough case to "beat" but that doesn't...Read more »
If you didn't object to it at trial, they probably won't think anything at all of it. Appellate courts do not reconsider evidence. They might consider its admission into the record, if someone objected to it being admitted, but it sounds like that didn't happen. This is why you need to be...Read more »
The time for appeals begins to run after you are convicted and sentenced, not after you've been charged. You cannot appeal a charge. If you have been convicted and sentenced, you are supposed to file a notice of appeal within 30 days, but can generally get an extension if its your first go at the...Read more »
You have not asked a question. If you are planning to appeal a drug conviction and/or resulting property forfeiture, you should retain an attorney. Appeals are highly technical. You stand little chance pro se (on your own).
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