Discovery Order Form. This is a Texas form and can be use in Brazos Local County.
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Cause No. THE STATE OF TEXAS § IN THE DISTRICT COURT VS. § BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS § 272ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISCOVERY ORDER On this day the above numbered and entitled cause was called for a pretrial hearing. The defendant, defendant's attorney, and the Assistant District Attorney representing the State appeared. The Court hereby orders that the State produce and permit the inspection of, and the copying and/or photographing of the following items: 1. All statements by the Defendant pursuant to Tex. Code Crim. Proc. Art. 38.22 and all written statements made by the Defendant in connection with this offense with which the Defendant is herein charged. 2. All objects and tangible property taken by the State during the course of its investigation of the offense with which the Defendant is herein charged, and any items which may be introduced at trial. 3. Any written waivers or consent forms signed by the Defendant. 4. The name of the case agent who investigated this case. 5. The prior criminal record of the Defendant including all arrests and convictions whether as a juvenile or as an adult. 6. All final adult felony convictions and misdemeanors of moral turpitude on the part of all witnesses called by the State. 7. A complete list of any and all extraneous offenses by the Defendant, evidence of which the State could offer as exception to the general rule prohibiting proof of extraneous offenses, pursuant to Tex. Rules Crim. Evid. 404(b). 8. Any exculpatory and/or mitigating evidence within the possession, custody, or control of the State, the existence of which is known, or by the exercise of due diligence may become known to the State. 9. Any photographic line-ups shown in the course of the investigation of this case. 10. The final results of any laboratory test or any other analytical test pertaining to evidence in this case. 11. Copies of any prior convictions of the Defendant which may be used for jurisdictional, enhancement, or impeachment purposes. 12. All photographs taken, or used, in the course of the investigation of this case. 13. Prior to voir dire, a list of all the names of prospective prosecution witnesses who have knowledge and likely will be used at the guilt/innocence phase and the punishment phase of the trial, with a continuing duty on the part of the State to disclose the names of rebuttal witnesses as soon as they become known. 14. All statements made by any party or witness to this alleged offense, whether written or oral, which might in any manner be material to either the guilt or innocence of the Defendant or the punishment, if any, to be set in this case, pursuant to Tex. Rules Crim. Evid. 614. 2000 © American LegalNet, Inc. 15. All handwritten and typed reports prepared by peace officers who investigated and participated in any manner in the preparation of these charges against the Defendant, pursuant to Tex. Rules Crim. Evid. 614. Discovery is to be completed on or before fifteen days prior to trial unless otherwise stated above, with the State being under a continuing duty to supplement with any of the above items that comes to its attention after the deadline. SIGNED this day of , 20 . JUDGE PRESIDING 2000 © American LegalNet, Inc.