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Fri Mar 21 17:05:24 2014 UTClccn-n500008620.00House Committee on General Investigating, Texas House of Representatives interim report, 2002 : a report to the House of Representatives, 78th Texas Legislature /0.831.00South western reporter, Cases argued and determined in the courts of Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee, Texas,with key number annotations143033763n 5000086236564Texas. Criminal Appeals, Court ofcontainsVIAFID/146547918Texas. Court of AppealscontainsVIAFID/144212672Texas. 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Comprising all the current decisions of the Supreme courts of Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee and Texas, Courts of appeals of Kentucky and Missouri, courts of civil and criminal appeals and Commission of appeals of Texas, with key-number annotations... Aug/Dec. 1886-Jan/Feb. 1928251ocn013345819serial0.88Texas writs of error table (Supreme Court) and discretionary review table (Court of Criminal Appeals)183ocn010293762book0.88Rose, Walter MalinsNotes on Texas reports : a chronological series of annotations of the decisions of the Supreme court and the various civil and criminal appellate courts of texas ...131ocn017972543book19020.66Rose, Walter MalinsNotes on Texas reports, a chronological series of annotations of the decisions of the Supreme Court and the various civil and criminal appellate courts of Texas, showing their present value as authority as disclosed by all the subsequent citations of those cases in later Texas cases, in the decisions of sister states, and in all the federal reports, with parallel references to American decisions, American reports, American state reports, and the Reporter system121ocn027943816serial0.33O'Connor's Texas rules. annotated rules of appellate procedure and practice guide for civil appeals, with forms111ocn015796181book18950.92Peticolas, A. BIndex-digest and notes of all criminal cases decided in Texas, with notes. Including all cases in the Texas reports from Dallam to the 45 Texas and from 1 to 32 Criminal appeal reports; and all cases reported in the Southwestern reporter from 1893 to the latest published at date of going to press82ocn321121102com0.47TX workers' compensation cases and administrative decisionsTrials, litigation, etc"Texas Workers' Compensation Cases from the Texas Supreme Court from 1840, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals from 1943, Texas Court of Civil Appeals and the Texas Court of Appeals from 1892. Also included in the file are Appeals Panel Decisions from the Texas Workers' Compensation Commission, including some slip opinions from the Appeals Panel Decisions."83ocn081269569book19650.97Ruby, JackAmicus curiae brief for Jack Ruby, defendant and appellantTrials, litigation, etc63ocn065095204book19640.97Belli, Melvin MIn the Court of Criminal Appeals of the State of Texas : Jack Ruby, appellant vs. The State of Texas, appellee. Amicus curiae brief for Jack Ruby, defendant and appellantTrials, litigation, etc61ocn003302762book0.47The South western reporter ... Comprising all the current decisions of the Supreme courts of Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee and Texas, Courts of appeals of Kentucky and Missouri, courts of civil and criminal appeals and Commission of appeals of Texas, with key-number annotations ... Aug/Dec. l886-Jan/Feb. 192861ocn013341919book19860.73TexasTexas rules of criminal evidence51ocn028722079int0.96TexasTexas rules of evidence--criminal53ocn173848798serial1.00South western reporter, Cases argued and determined in the courts of Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee, Texas,with key number annotations51ocn008996748serial0.73TexasSlip opinions of the Court of Criminal Appeals of TexasTrials, litigation, etc302ocn007854673book19310.96Carter, KeithThe Texas Court of Criminal Appeals41ocn004949824serial0.92TexasAudit report, Court of Criminal Appeals and the State Prosecuting AttorneyPeriodicals31ocn153314356com0.96Justices of Texas 1836-1986BiographyDescribes the 160 members of the Texas Supreme Court and Texas Court of Criminal Appeals from 1836 to 1986 and includes, for each justice, a portrait, a iography, citations to opinions, and links to resources with additional information. Also includes the Texas Courts timeline and Texas constitutions from 1824-187621ocn038228810serial1.00Texas[Operating budget]Periodicals21ocn051393027book2003TexasHouse Committee on General Investigating, Texas House of Representatives interim report, 2002 : a report to the House of Representatives, 78th Texas Legislature11ocn031272563serialTexasReport on key performance targetsPeriodicals11ocn040233402serialTexasLegislative appropriations request for fiscal years ...Periodicals11ocn717316749mixTexasCourt of Criminal Appeals recordsThe Texas Court of Criminal Appeals is the highest criminal court in the state, holding the same position in the area of state criminal law that the Supreme Court holds in civil law. The Court of Criminal Appeals has appellate jurisdiction in all criminal cases (both felonies and misdemeanors). These records document the activities of the court. They consist of minutes, opinions, dockets, indexes, account books, correspondence, press releases, and case files that may include transcripts, briefs, exhibits, statements, memoranda, motions, warrants, questionnaires, writs, photographs, videotapes, audio cassettes, and floppy discs, dating 1892-2010. Succinct documentation of the court's activities during the early years is found in the minutes (1892-1941), opinions (1892-1923), and opinion registers (1921-1954). There are gaps in the minutes before 1909, and many gaps in the opinions. The volume opinions should be supplemented by the published opinions or reports. The Archives and Information Services Division of the State Library has a complete set of "Texas Criminal Reports: Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Court of Criminal Appeals" between 1892 and 1946. Other opinions and orders handed down by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals range in date from 1925 to 1983 and are as brief as practicable while still addressing every issue raised and necessary to final disposition of the appeal. The court may affirm, modify, or reverse the judgment of the court below and dismiss the case, or render the judgment or decree that the court below should have rendered. It can also reverse the judgment of the court below and remand the case for further proceedings. Some opinions are filed by individual justices concurring or dissenting from the decision of the Court of Criminal Appeals. Opinions are also located in "Case files," 1892-1988, in "Petitions for discretionary review files,"1981-1988, and in "Execution case files," 1974-2010. Orders primarily concern applications or petitions to file for writs of habeas corpus or writs of mandamus and date from 1953 to 1972. These applications are considered and either granted or denied by the Court of Criminal Appeals. Court terms were originally held between October of one year to June of the following year. Beginning in October of 1966, court terms were extended from October of one year to September of the following year. The dockets (assignment dockets before 1909) provide one way (if the researcher knows the year) of determining the numbers assigned to the cases heard between 1892 and 1925, although there are many gaps. Another way to determine the number of a case, especially if the researcher only knows the appellant's name, is through the general indexes (for the Tyler and Dallas terms before 1909, and for all cases between 1909 and 1947). Of course probably a better, quicker, and surer means of discovering the number is through the published "Texas Criminal Reports," which has an alphabetical table of contents at the beginning of each volume. For the period 1892-1988, the activities of the court are most thoroughly documented in the case files, which contain the legal documents filed with and during an appeal (motions, briefs, arguments, orders, opinions, statements of facts, testimony, etc.). A major gap appears in the cases, between about 1899 and 1908. Two numbering systems were used for the case files: one for the period of the three geographically distinct terms (1892-1909), and one for the period of the centralized court (1909-1975). [Note that Centralized court case files numbers 2 thru 25006, 1909-1950 (http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/tslac/50104/tsl-50104.html), Centralized court case files number 25007 thru 49719, 1950-1975 (http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/tslac/50105/tsl-50105.html), and Centralized court case files number 49720 thru 70736, 1975-1988 (http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/tslac/30190/tsl-30190.html) are listed separately online and appear at the end of the printed finding aid in the Archives Reading Room.] To access a case, therefore, the researcher needs to know three things: the number of thed case; whether it was heard before or after 1909; and if before 1909, in which geographical term it was heard (Tyler, Dallas, or Austin). Petitions for discretionary review files date 1981-1988, and consist of case files resulting from petitions for discretionary review to review the rulings of the intermediary Courts of Appeals. The files contain copies of documents filed with the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals--the district clerk's file (indictments, pleas of the defendant, bills of exception, assignments of error, charges of the court, verdicts and judgments, motions, orders, briefs, sentences, etc.) and statements of fact (the trial transcripts of pre-trial hearings, voir dire of prospective jurors, the guilt/innocence phase, the punishment phase, and exhibits)--as well as documents created for or by the Court of Criminal Appeals (motions, briefs, arguments, orders, opinions, etc.). The execution case files date 1974-2010 and document the death penalty appeals heard by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. The appellate jurisdiction of the Court of Criminal Appeals is exclusive for cases involving the death penalty and the appeals process in such cases is automatic. The appeals document the cases of all prisoners executed in Texas from 1999 to 2010; also included are a few cases of executions between 1993 and 1998. Additional earlier death penalty appeals (prior to 1988) may be documented in the series "Case files." If you are reading this electronically, click on the link to go to the full finding aid (Texas Court of Criminal Appeals execution case files - http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/tslac/30112/tsl-30112.html). If you are reading this in paper, the series finding aid is found at a separate divider within the binder. To prepare this inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to delineate series, to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types11ocn048982198serialTexasAnnual report of nonfinancial dataPeriodicals11ocn022971635serialTexasAnnual financial reportPeriodicals11ocn009652877serialTexasAppropriations request for ... of the Court of Criminal AppealsPeriodicals11ocn015294979serialTexasBudget request for ... of the Court of Criminal AppealsPeriodicals11ocn013016724serial0.47Audit report, Court of Criminal Appeals and the State Prosecuting Attorney and the Appellate Court reports11ocn022672459book19871.00Dershowitz, Alan MIn the Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1987, the State of Texas, petitioner v. David Vancourtlandt Crosby, respondent : opposition to petition for writ of certiorari to the Texas Court of Criminal AppealsTrials, litigation, etc11ocn078224552book19581.00Shepherd, James LeftwichThe administration of criminal justice in Texas11ocn318532365book2009TexasAn audit report on the Court of Criminal Appeals' administration of grant funds from the judicial and court personnel training fund11ocn031272568serialTexasMeasures reportPeriodicals11ocn318539435mix0.47Baird, Charles FCharles F. Baird Papers, 1979-2006 [bulk 1990-2006]This collection represents the legal and political career of Judge Charles (Charlie) F. Baird. Items include speeches and writings made by Baird; writings about Baird; memorabilia from his political campaigns for judicial seats; as well as materials concerning his teaching and legal careers. Materials concerning his teaching career include rosters from the classes he taught at South Texas College of Law and Texas Tech Law School and student evaluations of his teaching skills. Materials from his legal career include items from his time as an of counsel member of the criminal defense firm of Cogdell, Durham and Burnett and from his service on the National Committee to Prevent Wrongful Executions, as well as correspondence, research, and opinions from his time on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. Five and one-half boxes are dedicated to Judge Baird's campaign activity11ocn310741296mixTexasCourt of Criminal Appeals recordsThe Texas Court of Criminal Appeals is the highest criminal court in the state, holding the same position in the area of state criminal law that the Supreme Court holds in civil law. The Court of Criminal Appeals has appellate jurisdiction in all criminal cases (both felonies and misdemeanors). These records document the activities of the court. They consist of minutes, opinions, dockets, indexes, account books, correspondence, press releases, and case files that may include transcripts, briefs, exhibits, statements, memoranda, motions, warrants, questionnaires, writs, photographs, videotapes, audio cassettes, and floppy discs, dating 1892-2008. Succinct documentation of the court's activities during the early years is found in the minutes (1892-1941), opinions (1892-1923), and opinion registers (1921-1954). There are gaps in the minutes before 1909, and many gaps in the opinions. The volume opinions should be supplemented by the published opinions or reports. The Archives and Information Services Division of the State Library has a complete set of "Texas Criminal Reports: Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Court of Criminal Appeals" between 1892 and 1946. Other opinions and orders handed down by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals range in date from 1925 to 1983 and are as brief as practicable while still addressing every issue raised and necessary to final disposition of the appeal. The court may affirm, modify, or reverse the judgment of the court below and dismiss the case, or render the judgment or decree that the court below should have rendered. It can also reverse the judgment of the court below and remand the case for further proceedings. Some opinions are filed by individual justices concurring or dissenting from the decision of the Court of Criminal Appeals. Opinions for those cases ending in the upholding of a death penalty (and ultimately, execution) are also located in "Execution case files" 1974-2008. Orders primarily concern applications or petitions to file for writs of habeas corpus or writs of mandamus and date from 1953 to 1972. These applications are considered and either granted or denied by the Court of Criminal Appeals. Court terms were originally held between October of one year to June of the following year. Beginning in October of 1966, court terms were extended from October of one year to September of the following year. The dockets (assignment dockets before 1909) provide one way (if the researcher knows the year) of determining the numbers assigned to the cases heard between 1892 and 1925, although there are many gaps. Another way to determine the number of a case, especially if the researcher only knows the appellant's name, is through the general indexes (for the Tyler and Dallas terms before 1909, and for all cases between 1909 and 1947). Of course probably a better, quicker, and surer means of discovering the number is through the published "Texas Criminal Reports," which has an alphabetical table of contents at the beginning of each volume. For the period 1892-1975, the activities of the court are most thoroughly documented in the case files, which contain the legal documents filed with and during an appeal (motions, briefs, arguments, orders, opinions, statements of facts, testimony, etc.). A major gap appears in the cases, between about 1899 and 1908. Two numbering systems were used for the case files: one for the period of the three geographically distinct terms (1892-1909), and one for the period of the centralized court (1909-1975). [Note that Centralized court case files through file number 25006 (http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/tslac/50104/tsl-50104.html) and Centralized court case files from file number 25007 (http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/tslac/50105/tsl-50105.html) are listed separately online and appear at the end of the printed finding aid in the Archives Reading Room.] To access a case, therefore, the researcher needs to know three things: the number of the case; whether it was heard before or after 1909; and if before 1909, in which geographical term it was heard (Tyler, Dallas, or Austin). The execution case files date 1974-2008 and document the death penalty appeals heard by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. The appellate jurisdiction of the Court of Criminal Appeals is exclusive for cases involving the death penalty and the appeals process in such cases is automatic. The appeals document the cases of all prisoners executed in Texas from 1999 to 2008; also included are a few cases of executions between 1993 and 1998. Additional earlier death penalty appeals (prior to 1975) may be documented in the series "Case files." If you are reading this electronically, click on the link to go to the full finding aid (Texas Court of Criminal Appeals execution case files - http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/tslac/30112/tsl-30112.html). If you are reading this in paper, the series finding aid is found at a separate divider within the binder. To prepare this inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to delineate series, to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types11ocn036145855book1986TexasAuditor's report on the study and evaluation of internal control and state compliance for the period September 1, 1984 through August 31, 1986, Court of Criminal Appeals, Austin, TexasFri Mar 21 15:30:54 EDT 2014batch32135