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Court Case Record Antonio Ates v. The State of Texas 12-08-00376-CR UID(eb64)


Antonio Ates v. The State of Texas Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 12-08-00376-CR


 
Case Number12-08-00376-CR
Case TitleAntonio Ates v. The State of Texas
Case TypeEngaging in Organized Criminal Activity
StateTexas, TX
CountySmith
Court241st District Court
Court AddressHonorable Jack Skeen
Phone
Field Date09/22/2008
Close Date

Parties

CounselNameType
Mr. Austin R. Jackson
Antonio Ates
Ates, AntonioCriminal - Appellant
Mr. Michael J. West
Ms. Carolyn Mills
The State Of TexasCriminal - State of Texas
Case Events
Date Event Type Description Disposition Document
10/05/2012 Record checked in
08/29/2012 Record checked out State Agency
07/21/2010 Letter received Pro Se
06/30/2010 Letter received Pro Se
10/29/2009 Case returned from higher court
10/23/2009 Petition for discretionary review disposed by Court of Criminal Appeals Pro Se Refused
09/23/2009 Petition for discretionary review disposed by Court of Criminal Appeals Pro Se Refused
08/17/2009 Petition for discretionary review filed in Court of Criminal Appeals Pro Se
08/12/2009 Case forwarded to higher court Pro Se
08/07/2009 Response was not filed State
07/08/2009 Petition for discretionary review filed Pro Se
06/08/2009 Mandate acknowledged by trial court clerk District Clerk
06/02/2009 Case stored
06/02/2009 Mandate issued
05/28/2009 Motion for extension of time to file petition for discretionary review filed in Court of Criminal Appeals Pro Se
05/28/2009 Motion for extension of time to file petition for discretionary review disposed by Court of Criminal Appeals Pro Se Motion or Writ Granted
05/15/2009 Petition for discretionary review was not filed
04/30/2009 Motion for rehearing was not filed
04/27/2009 Notice filed Attorney
04/15/2009 Memorandum opinion issued Affirmed
03/30/2009 Submitted
03/09/2009 Set for submission on briefs - oral argument denied
Calendars
Set Date Calendar Type Reason Set
06/02/2009 Case Stored Case stored
06/02/2034 Retention Date criminal case will be destroyed (25 years after mandate)