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Court of Appeals of Texas, Waco.

Charles H. Myers APPELLANT v. Samuel Myers APPELLEE FROM County Court at Law No. 1 OF Tarrant COUNTY Appellant Charles H. Myers appeals the trial court's judgment that gave appellee Samuel Myers possession of a Fort Worth residence.2  We strike appellant's briefs and dismiss the appeal.

NO. 02–11–00044–CV

Decided: November 28, 2011

COURT OF APPEALS

SECOND DISTRICT OF TEXAS

FORT WORTH

MEMORANDUM OPINION1

PANEL:  LIVINGSTON, C.J.;   DAUPHINOT and GARDNER, JJ.

DELIVERED:  November 3, 2011

FOOTNOTES

FN1. See Tex.R.App. P. 47.4..  FN1. See Tex.R.App. P. 47.4.

FN2. See Tex. Prop.Code Ann. § 24.007 (West 2000) (explaining that a final judgment of a county court in an eviction suit may be appealed on the issue of possession if the premises are being used for residential purposes only).   A justice of the peace rendered judgment for appellee;  appellant appealed the judgment to a county court at law, and the county court at law also rendered judgment for appellee..  FN2. See Tex. Prop.Code Ann. § 24.007 (West 2000) (explaining that a final judgment of a county court in an eviction suit may be appealed on the issue of possession if the premises are being used for residential purposes only).   A justice of the peace rendered judgment for appellee;  appellant appealed the judgment to a county court at law, and the county court at law also rendered judgment for appellee.

FN3. For example, appellant's argument in his amended brief, in two sentences, references only a book in the Bible and provisions of the United States Constitution without explaining how the facts of his case apply to those sources..  FN3. For example, appellant's argument in his amended brief, in two sentences, references only a book in the Bible and provisions of the United States Constitution without explaining how the facts of his case apply to those sources.

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