Sanchez v. State

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The state sought reversal of the judgment of the court of appeals, which held that a blood-draw search warrant to be executed in a designated county could not be issued by a statutory county court judge of another county. The court held that the court of of appeals did not err in determining that a statutory county court judge in Montgomery County lacked authority to issue a search warrant for defendant's blood in Harris County. Statutory county court judges lacked the authority to issue a search warrant to be executed outside of their own county and therefore, the judgment was affirmed. View "Sanchez v. State" on Justia Law