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Jesse Mcclure III

TX, Judge - Texas Court of Criminal Appeals
  • Court of Criminal Appeals
    Supreme Court Building
    201 West 14th Street, Room 106
    Austin, Texas 78701

Term Ends: 2022

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In December, the Texas Criminal Court of Appeals — an all-GOP panel — ruled 8-1 that Paxton can no longer unilaterally prosecute purported cases of voter fraud.

Paxton previously said in a tweet that because of the decision, "Soros-funded district attorneys will have sole power to decide whether election fraud has occurred in Texas. This ruling could be devastating for future elections in Texas."

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IN THE COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS OF TEXAS

NO. PD-1032-20

THE STATE OF TEXAS v. ZENA COLLINS STEPHENS, Appellee

MCCLURE, J., delivered the opinion of the Court in which KELLER, P.J.,

and HERVEY, RICHARDSON, NEWELL, KEEL, WALKER, and SLAUGHTER JJ.,

joined. YEARY, J., filed a dissenting opinion.