Joshua Harold Golmon v. The State of Texas 12-09-00254-CR Court Case Public Record

  • Details

    Case TitleJoshua Harold Golmon v. The State of Texas
    Case Number12-09-00254-CR
    Case TypeAggravated Sexual Assault
    StateTexas, TX
    CountyHenderson
    Court173rd District Court
    Court AddressHonorable Dan Moore
    Phone
    Field Date08/12/2009
    Close Date
  • Parties

    CounselNameType
    Mr. R. Scott McKee
    Mr. Chris B. Martin
    Ms. Nancy M. Rumar
    The State Of Texas
    Criminal - State of Texas
    Mr. Henry T. Skelton
    Joshua Harold Golmon
    Golmon, Joshua Harold
    Criminal - Appellant
  • Case Events
    Date Event Type Description Disposition Document
    06/04/2012 Motion disposed Pro Se Motion or Writ Denied
    05/07/2011 Mandate acknowledged by trial court clerk District Clerk
    05/04/2011 Exhibits returned to the district or county clerk Action by Court on own motion
    05/03/2011 Case stored
    05/03/2011 Mandate issued
    04/13/2011 Case returned from higher court
    04/07/2011 Petition for discretionary review disposed by Court of Criminal Appeals Pro Se Refused
    03/02/2011 Petition for discretionary review disposed by Court of Criminal Appeals Pro Se Refused
    02/01/2011 Petition for discretionary review filed in Court of Criminal Appeals Pro Se
    01/31/2011 Case forwarded to higher court Pro Se
    01/03/2011 Response was not filed State
    12/01/2010 Petition for discretionary review filed Pro Se
    09/20/2010 Motion for extension of time to file petition for discretionary review disposed by Court of Criminal Appeals Pro Se Motion or Writ Granted
    09/17/2010 Motion received Pro Se
    09/16/2010 Motion for rehearing was not filed
    09/03/2010 Notice filed Attorney
    09/01/2010 Memorandum opinion issued Affirmed
    04/27/2010 Submitted
    04/06/2010 Set for submission on briefs - oral argument denied
    03/02/2010 Prescreened
  • Calendars
    Set Date Calendar Type Reason Set
    05/03/2011 Case Stored Case stored
    05/03/2011 Retention Criminal case to be retained permanently (sentence over 20 years or historical value)