State v. Heath

State v. Heath: Court of Criminal Appeals Clarifies Criminal Discovery in Texas

On June 12, 2024, the Court of Criminal Appeals handed down its decision in Heath v. State. The State v. Heath decision affirmed that Texas law by statute requires prosecutors to disclose all relevant evidence in the possession of the State, regardless of whether the prosecutor had knowledge of the evidence. This post explores what

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Texas Concert Injuries

Concert Injuries: Who is Responsibile and How to Seek Compensation

Concert injuries and deaths have become increasingly common in recent years.  The terrifying images of the crowd crush at the Astroworld Music Festival in November 2021 that resulted in hundreds of injuries and ten deaths remain etched in our minds. When masses of people gather, injuries are not uncommon. However, event organizers, performers, and venues

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Young Thug: Rap Lyrics in Criminal Trials

Young Thug Trial: Admissibility of Rap Lyrics in Criminal Trials

Young Thug, a prominent rapper, is currently on trial in Atlanta, two years after being arrested for racketeering and gang-related charges. His high-profile trial—which began in November and is expected to last several more months—is already the longest in Georgia history. The trial has been marred with lengthy delays and complications, partly because prosecutors want

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