Damion Gentry v. The State of Texas 01-14-00335-CR Court Case Public Record

  • Details

    Case TitleDamion Gentry v. The State of Texas
    Case Number01-14-00335-CR
    Case TypeAggravated Robbery
    StateTexas, TX
    CountyFort Bend
    Court240th District Court
    Court AddressHonorable Judge 240th District Court
    Phone
    Field Date04/24/2014
    Close Date
  • Parties

    CounselNameType
    John F. Healey, Jr.
    Gail Kikawa McConnell
    John J. Harrity III
    The State of Texas
    Criminal - State of Texas
    Michael C. Diaz
    Gentry, Damion
    Criminal - Appellant
  • Case Events
    Date Event Type Description Disposition Document
    03/18/2016 Motion for extension of time to file petition for discretionary review disposed by Court of Criminal Appeals Appellant Motion or Writ Granted
    03/15/2016 Letter received Appellant
    02/18/2016 Motion for rehearing disposed Appellant Motion or Writ Denied
    02/05/2016 Motion for rehearing filed Appellant
    02/05/2016 Motion for rehearing due
    01/21/2016 Memorandum opinion issued Affirm TC judgment
    01/21/2016 Judgment Issued
    11/19/2015 Document returned
    11/18/2015 Exhibits returned to the district or county clerk District Clerk
    11/10/2015 Submitted
    11/03/2015 Original exhibits filed Court Reporter
    11/02/2015 Exhibits due District Clerk
    10/30/2015 Exhibits returned to the district or county clerk District Clerk
    10/29/2015 Original exhibits filed District Clerk
    10/29/2015 Motion to file amended brief disposed State Motion or Writ Granted
    10/28/2015 Exhibits returned to the district or county clerk District Clerk
    10/27/2015 Amended brief filed State
    10/27/2015 Motion to file amended brief filed State
    10/26/2015 Original exhibits filed District Clerk
    10/22/2015 Order entered Issue sua sponte order
    10/21/2015 Order entered Issue sua sponte order
    10/16/2015 Supplemental reporters record filed Court Reporter
  • Calendars
    Set Date Calendar Type Reason Set
    04/20/2016 Appeal to Higher Court Petition for discretionary review due in Court of Criminal Appeals