St. Mary's Law Journal
The Executor's and Administrator's Statutory Compensation in Texas.
Ben G. Sewell and Paul W. Nimmons Jr.
Where Strong Evidence of Actual Guilt Substantially Negated Defendant's Claim of Innocence and Provided Strong Factual Basis for the Guilty Plea, Defendant Being Represented by Competent Counsel, Court Committed No Constitutional Error in Accepting Guilty Plea despite Defendant's Claim of Innocence and Fear of Death Penalty, and Such Was Voluntarily and Intelligently Pleaded.
P. Blake Hedblom
An Appropriator Acquires a Vested Right in the Beneficial Use of Water Allocated to Him but Does Not Acquire a Vested Right to the Non-Use of Water Thus Allocated - Article 7519A Is a Retroactive Law Not Prohibited by the Texas Constitution Because It Does Not Operate as a Deprivation of a Vested Right.
Richard Gary Thomas
The Attorney-Client Privilege Has Viability for the Corporate Client in a Suit Brought against It by Its Stockholders - The Privilege, However, Is Subject to the Right of the Stockholders to Show Good Cause Why It Should Not Be Invoked in the Particular Instance.
An Action Based on Strict Tort Liability Is Maintainable against the Hospital That Furnished Blood Contaminated with Hepatitis to Patient.
Jerry G. DuTerroil
A Felon Can Be Held Responsible for a Murder Committed by a Fear-Motivated Victim - Responsibility Is Based on a Theory of Vicarious Liability and Not Felony-Murder.
Remy J. Ferrario
The Exclusionary Rule Is Not Applicable in a Parole Revocation Proceeding.
Edward Raymond Woolery-Price
The Texas Limited Partnership as a Vehicle for Real Estate Investment.
Robert Leon Sonfield Jr.
Arbitration in the Settlement of Jurisdictional Disputes.
Louis A. Cappadona
Search Warrants: The Requisites of Validity.
Michael J. McCormick
The Authorization of Warrantless Wiretapping by the President in National Security Matters Involving Domestic Dissidents.
William F. McQuillen
Border Searches: An Exception to Probable Cause.
Ronald R. Winfrey
Confessions Given More Than Six Hours after Arrest during a Delay in Arraignment Are Admissible under 18 U.S.C. 3501(c), Although the Trial Judge under Subsection 3501(b) May Take into Account Delay in Arraignment in His Determination of Voluntariness.
Keith E. Kaiser
The Statute of Limitations Does Not Begin to Run against the Right to Recover from a Treating Physician for Malpractice Involving a Misdiagnosis until the Injured Patient Knows or Should Have Known of the Physician's Negligence.
Gary B. Weiser
Intended Use Doctrine: Cautionary Labeling Is Both Permitted and Required by the Statute and Prohibition of Sales in Toy Stores or Store Departments Dealing Predominantly in Toys or Children's Articles Is a Reasonable Method to Assure against Use by Children Not Likely to Heed Warnings for Safe Use.