Teague v. City of Jacksboro - In the Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas

Teague v. City of Jacksboro

By In the Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas

  • Release Date - Published: 2006-03-30
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: In the Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas
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This appeal is from the trial courts order granting appellee the City of Jacksboros plea to the jurisdiction and dismissing the case filed by appellant Perry Teague pursuant to section 214.0012 of the local government code. TEX. LOC. GOVt Code Ann. § 214.0012 (Vernon Supp. 2005). In two issues, Teague contends that the trial court erred by granting the Citys plea to the jurisdiction because it is not a jurisdictional prerequisite to a cause of action under section 214.0012 that the plaintiff request the trial court to issue a writ of certiorari and because the constitutional issues Teague raised in his petition invoked the trial courts jurisdiction under the residual clause of the state constitution. TEX. CONST. art. V, § 8; TEX. GOVt Code Ann. § 24.008 (Vernon 2004). Because we determine that Teagues original petition invoked the trial courts subject matter jurisdiction, we reverse and remand.

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