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Court Case Record Thomas Roy Kennedy v. The State of Texas 01-06-00752-CR UID(7716)


Thomas Roy Kennedy v. The State of Texas Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 01-06-00752-CR


 
Case Number01-06-00752-CR
Case TitleThomas Roy Kennedy v. The State of Texas
Case TypeIntoxication manslaughter
StateTexas, TX
CountyHarris
Court338th District Court
Court AddressHonorable Brock Thomas
Phone
Field Date08/17/2006
Close Date

Parties

CounselNameType
Eric Kugler
Charles A. Rosenthal, Jr.
The State of TexasCriminal - State of Texas
W. Troy McKinneyKennedy, Thomas RoyAppellant
Case Events
Date Event Type Disposition Document
07/30/2009 Mandate acknowledged by trial court clerk
07/29/2009 Mandate issued
05/29/2009 Case returned from higher court
04/29/2009 Petition for discretionary review disposed by Court of Criminal Appeals CCA refuses petition for discretionary review
03/06/2009 Case file received by higher court
02/27/2009 Case forwarded to higher court
01/05/2009 Response due
12/08/2008 Petition for discretionary review due
12/05/2008 Petition for discretionary review filed
11/03/2008 Motion for extension of time to file petition for discretionary review disposed by Court of Criminal Appeals Grant motion
11/03/2008 Petition for discretionary review due
10/21/2008 Sent to publisher
10/17/2008 Motion for extension of time to file motion for rehearing disposed Grant motion
10/08/2008 Motion for rehearing disposed Deny motion
09/18/2008 Motion for extension of time to file motion for rehearing filed
09/18/2008 Motion for rehearing filed
09/15/2008 Motion for rehearing due
09/08/2008 Motion for extension of time to file petition for discretionary review disposed by Court of Criminal Appeals Grant motion
08/29/2008 Letter received
08/27/2008 Motion for extension of time to file motion for rehearing disposed Grant motion
08/18/2008 Motion for extension of time to file motion for rehearing filed
08/15/2008 Motion for rehearing due
Calendars
Set Date Calendar Type Reason Set
07/31/2034 Retention Date criminal case will be destroyed (25 years after mandate)
12/22/2009 Case Stored Case stored