12.8.20 – Rights of Crime Victims vs. Civil Liberties of Presumed Innocent Accused P.2

12.8.20 – Rights of Crime Victims vs. Civil Liberties of Presumed Innocent Accused P.2
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Section 1 – Overview – Alan Dershowitz, Harvard Professor “People who have gone to the police and publicly invoked the criminal process and accused somebody of a serious crime, such as rape, must be identified… In this country there is no such thing and should not be such a thing as an anonymous accusation.”
Section 2 – Rights of the Accused
Texas Code of Criminal Procedure 1.05 – Rights of the Accused
Texas Constitution Art. 1, Section 10
Cell Phone Records – no reasonable expectation of privacy. Ford. v. State, 477 SW 3d 321 (Tex.App. San Antonio 2015).
Michael Morton Act – Law passed in Texas in 2013 that requires the State to open their files to defendants and keep records of what the State discloses to Defendant
Grand Jury – Motion for Release of Grand Jury Testimony and TDFPS – An accused is also entitled to have a valid defense or justification presented to the Grand Jury where it exonerates the accused.
Section 3 – Rights of Victims –
Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Chapter 56
Texas Constitution Art. 1, Section 30
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