texas criminal courts, if denied evidence exchange and motions hearing during court process and rushed to treial is that legal?
1 Answer from Attorneys
The question is, were your constitutional due process rights violated? The answer is based on the specific facts of your case. It is possible that your motions were improperly assessed by the court and that you should not have been forced to trial when you were. You will need to talk to an appellate lawyer about whether there were any mistakes that can be appealed in your case.
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