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Law Geek: Writing is Thinking

When the gentleman from the Texas Attorney General’s Office called me on Thursday to ask if I would agree to the AG’s petition to intervene and motion to extend time to file a motion for rehearing in the Court of Criminal Appeals, I think he was a bit put-out that I declined. ((Or it may have been my tone.)) I wasn’t sure whether I was opposed or not, but I’m not going to agree to anything the State wants without at least reading its motion first.

Boy, am I glad I said “No.” Here are the Attorney General’s motions; I hope you’ll enjoy my response (here’s a link if the PDF doesn’t show up inline):


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