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nvaldes

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What is the name of your state? GYYGY texas


In August of 1999 I was released from TDC without authority from Austin. Meaning the District Court signed for my release without authority or a say so from her supervisor. In January of 2001 I was called to court because they had realized there mistake with the paperwork.The DA said that in order for them to correct this I would have to be confined.My court appointed lawyer filed a Writ of Habeas Corpus and it was granted. Now in Febuary of this year I recieved a letter from my court a ppointed lawyer telling me I had to be in court to turn myself in because the mistake had not been fixed. So I did and have been in the county jail for 6 months. In March of 2002 my lawyer filed a another Writ of Habeas Corpus and the state sent back a response saying that I was being illegally confined and was granted a release.Yet I am still being held. Reading up on my case I have found out that I dont have to be confined that the hearing I am suppose to be waiting for is betwen the judge and the DA and my lawyer. I also looked up my charges and it seems I am being charged for the same case twice. It is the same case from 1994 just redated 2001.

My questions is are my civil rights being violated?
If so do I have a strong enough case to sue?
Is there anything I can do to speed u this hearing?
Do I have to be confined?
 


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CombatTN88

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nvaldes said:
What is the name of your state? GYYGY texas


In August of 1999 I was released from TDC without authority from Austin. Meaning the District Court signed for my release without authority or a say so from her supervisor. In January of 2001 I was called to court because they had realized there mistake with the paperwork.The DA said that in order for them to correct this I would have to be confined.My court appointed lawyer filed a Writ of Habeas Corpus and it was granted. Now in Febuary of this year I recieved a letter from my court a ppointed lawyer telling me I had to be in court to turn myself in because the mistake had not been fixed. So I did and have been in the county jail for 6 months. In March of 2002 my lawyer filed a another Writ of Habeas Corpus and the state sent back a response saying that I was being illegally confined and was granted a release.Yet I am still being held. Reading up on my case I have found out that I dont have to be confined that the hearing I am suppose to be waiting for is betwen the judge and the DA and my lawyer. I also looked up my charges and it seems I am being charged for the same case twice. It is the same case from 1994 just redated 2001.

My questions is are my civil rights being violated?
If so do I have a strong enough case to sue?
Is there anything I can do to speed u this hearing?
Do I have to be confined?
Before we can help you out, what were you in for?
 
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nvaldes

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My inital charge is burglary of a building (burg of building) from 1994. I was put oj probation for 7 yeasr and violated. I signed for 90-120 days SAIP (bootcamp @TDC) and successfully completed it. I was suppose to come out of bootcamp and do 6 years probation. The problem is the paperwork was lost. I visited my probation officer but, he told me he did not have my file. So legally I was not on probation. At the time I turned myself in because I had a MRP (Motion to Provoke Probation) and a post conviction of possession charge, which had been taken care of in 1999. I plead guilty and was sentence to 20 days court time/served. and a burg. of a building in 2001, 99 and some other fines. The problem is that these are all the same cases from 1994 just redated. So again my charges are 1. Burglary of a building 2. Post conviction 3. MRP (motion to rovoke probation 4. FTA Failture to Appear
They have denied my bond and i've been hear 6 months and have not went to court. Supposely I I am waiting on the Court of appeals since March. On the other hand I received the answer for WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS and the State agrees that I'm being illegally confined and grants my release.
 

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