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Bergin v. Texas Beef Group

... On May 4, 1995, after it received three letters from the Bergins, Texas Beef filed suit against them in Randall County seeking a judgment declaring the Bergins' claims were barred by §§ 251.001-251.005 of the Texas Agriculture Code. ...

TXI Transp. Co. v. Hughes

... III. The Illegal Immigrant Issue. TXI next argues that it was error to admit evidence of Rodriguez's immigration status and his misrepresentation of that status in order to live and work in this country. ... B. Use of Immigration Status as Impeachment Evidence. ...

Brooks v. State

We granted discretionary review in this case to address, among other things, whether there is any meaningful distinction between a legal-sufficiency standard under Jackson v. Virginia [1] and a factual-sufficiency standard under Clewis v. State and whether there is a need to ...