Gamino v. Texas

Appellant Cesar Gamino was convicted on aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The Court of Appeals reversed Appellant’s conviction and remanded his case for a new trial, holding that the trial court erred by refusing Appellant’s request for a jury charge on self defense. After review of the trial court record, the Court of Criminal Appeals agreed Appellant was entitled to a self defense charge. View "Gamino v. Texas" on Justia Law