Padilla v. Mcdaniel - In the Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas

Padilla v. Mcdaniel

By In the Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas

  • Release Date - Published: 2003-12-03
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: In the Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas
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The petitioner alleges that he has been convicted of a criminal offense and imprisoned in the Institutional Division of the Department of Criminal Justice. He has petitioned this court for a writ of mandamus compelling the respondent judge to appoint counsel for him on his motion for forensic DNA testing. At the time that he alleges that he filed his motion, a statute required the convicting court to appoint counsel. Mandamus may lie to compel a district judge to follow the statute. The threshold question is whether this court should be a court of first resort for such original actions for a writ of mandamus in criminal-law matters.

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