1974 Vocational Graduate, Machine Technology
1974-1986 employed Texas of Fields-Exploration, Completion/Workover
1986-1989 U.S. Navy – Honorable Discharge, unforeseen single parenthood
1989-1993 Employed South Texas Petrochemical Industry
Offense Related Summary
Court appointed defense, counsel. Presented no defense evidence, relevant testimony.
Local judge described his medical examiners investigation duties being to “investigate the scene, try to figure out what happened”. (CR4 319-320) Thereafter said judge set bond at $10,000. Trial record reflects no investigation related testimony or reports as to ‘what happened’.
During pre-trial, the prosecution repeatedly instructed the venire that the prosecution would not have to prove the element of intent in order to obtain a conviction. (CR3 149-150, 152, 154).
During closing arguments the prosecution instructed the jury to convict “at least by omission”. (CR5 705) Considered an appeal to abandon reason. Stahl v. State, 749 S.W. 2 d at 832.
Thereafter repeatedly instructed the jury that the prosecution does not have to prove the element of intent for the jury to convict. (CR5 716-717). Established legal authorities however require such. In re Winship, 397 U.S. at 364, Hernandez v. State, 819 S.W. 2d at 811-812.
Denied parole in 2005 due to my refusal to discuss information U.S. Navy may still deem classified and previously refused to discuss with parole commissioner.
Frivolous post-conviction appeal/parole particulars available upon request.
Will respond to inquiries regarding personal interests, etc.
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