Hobbs v. State of Texas, 0570-04
Evading arrest may be a continuing offense and a change in the manner of locomotion-from fleeing in a vehicle to fleeing on foot-does not thereby convert a single, continuous criminal act of evading arrest into separate crimes.
- Decided 06/22/2005
- Published 06/23/2005
Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas
Artie Aguilar, Lubbock, for Appellant., Sammy M. McCrary, Asst. District Attorney, Lamesa, Matthew Paul, State's Atty., Austin, for State.