Texas Court of Appeals orders remand on Carpenter claim in capital murder case.

In a brief unpublished order in a capital murder case, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals remanded a case back to the Court of Appeals to consider a Carpenter claim based on admission of CSLI without a search warrant.
Per curiam.

Since the Court of Appeals made its affirmance decision before Carpenter came down, the Court of Criminal Appeals vacated that judgment and remanded it for further action in light of the opinion in Carpenter.

The case is Olivas v. State, 2018 Tex. Crim. App. Unpub. LEXIS 619 (Court of Criminal Appeals TX) (Sept.12).

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