Jace Martin Laws v. State

                                Court of Appeals
                         Sixth Appellate District of Texas

                                   JUDGMENT


Jace Martin Laws, Appellant                           Appeal from the 188th District Court of
                                                      Gregg County, Texas (Tr. Ct. No. 48,106-
No. 06-19-00221-CR        v.                          A). Memorandum Opinion delivered by
                                                      Justice Stevens, Chief Justice Morriss and
The State of Texas, Appellee                          Justice Burgess, participating. Dissenting
                                                      Opinion by Justice Burgess.


       As stated in the Court’s opinion of this date, we find no error in the judgment of the court
below. We affirm the judgment of the trial court.
       We note that the appellant, Jace Martin Laws, has adequately indicated his inability to
pay costs of appeal. Therefore, we waive payment of costs.



                                                      RENDERED OCTOBER 14, 2020
                                                      BY ORDER OF THE COURT
                                                      JOSH R. MORRISS, III
                                                      CHIEF JUSTICE

ATTEST:
Debra K. Autrey, Clerk

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