The Use of “Relationship” Evidence in Texas Criminal Domestic Violence Trials

September 14th, 2021 by Tad Nelson in Criminal Defense, Domestic Violence

In most criminal trials, the prosecution cannot introduce evidence of a defendant’s “prior bad acts” to establish their guilt of the charged offense. But Texas law makes a notable exception for domestic violence cases. When the alleged victim of a crime is the defendant’s spouse or dating partner, or a member of their household, Section […]

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