- Dec 10, 2019 – Reply of Petitioner – with comments C.
- Dec 10, 2019–Attorney-general-response-with-comments C.
- Sept. 3, 2019 – In Supreme Court of US, Petition for a writ of Certiorari
- June 4, 2019 – Denial US Crt or Appeals for 5th Circuit
- April, 2019 – Amicus Curiae Brief of Capital Punishment Center of TX School of Law in support of the Petioner
- Feb 28, 2019 – USSC Writ of Certificate for the 5th Circuit
- Feb 12, 2019 – Court Appeal 5th Circuit – Reply
- Feb 8, 2019 – Court Appeal 5th Circuit – Supplemental Counsel
- Dec 24, 2018 – CA 5 Motion CoA
- Oct, 2018 – Ruling No extraordinary circumstances
- July 2, 2018 – CA 5 Application for Certification of Appealability
- Aug 4, 2017 – USD Motion 60 (b)
- May 17, 2017 – Subsequent Writ Dismissed
- July 2, 2016 – Second application for Post-Conviction Writ with Comments (brief my attornies filed with Comments)
Regarding my next stage of appeals, I will be filing what is called a ‘Subsequent application’ which falls under chapter 11, Habeas Corpus article 11.071 § 5 subsequent writ (a)(1)(2) (see art 11.071).
What this will allow us to do it ‘try’ and get the courts to hear claims which they have never heard before, new claims.
- Newly discovered evidence (DNA)
- False expert testimony
- Prosecutorial misconduct
Withhold of exculpatory evidence
My biggest fear is now that the TCCA has ruled that the DNA in my case is not favorable to me nor would it had made a difference to at least one juror and denied me. Will they rule that all of these are also harmless errors because they are all directly tied to the newly discovered DNA results?