Former Little Elm Police Officer William Miller received a 9-1-1 dispatch around a.m.
Rhonda contended that she and James, although in the process of a divorce, did not have a contentious relationship and that the cause of the fire could not be determined. A person who is not licensed under chapter 1702 or who does not have a license application pending and who violates chapter 1702 may be assessed a civil penalty of ,000 per violation, payable to the State. Like the defendant in Chavez, Rhonda argues the trial court should have suppressed Powell's testimony under article 38.23 solely because Powell did not have an investigator's license. Therefore, Rhonda lacks standing to challenge Powell's testimony under article 38.23. The admissibility of photographs is within the sound discretion of the trial court.
The State's theory at trial was that Rhonda, motivated by insurance money, intentionally started the fire that killed James. It is undisputed that Powell did not hold such a license in October 2003 when he conducted his investigation at the house. Rhonda alleged no violation of any of her rights in the trial court, and she argues no such violation in this court. Assuming Powell violated chapter 1702, the appropriate remedy is a civil fine payable to the State, not the exclusion of his testimony under article 38.23. We hold the trial court did not err by overruling Rhonda's article 38.23 objection, and we overrule Rhonda's second point. Admission of Autopsy Photos In her third point, Rhonda argues the trial court abused its discretion by admitting into evidence photos taken by the medical examiner during James's autopsy over Rhonda's relevance and unfair-prejudice objections.
James, who was disabled from a childhood injury and confined to a wheelchair, died in a house fire in the early morning hours of May 14, 2003.
"I feel like I'm looking in the eyes of a rattlesnake," he told the jury in asking them to impose the maximum life sentence on Ms. "Restore Rhonda to the community as a functioning, law-abiding citizen," Mr. that the fire department was en route to a house fire with a person still inside the house.
He arrived really quickly, noticed smoke coming out of the house, and saw Rhonda, her daughter, and neighbors standing outside.
Back in March, Pratt had tweeted: Yeah, I have to agree that would definitely be one of the best jobs ever.
Here's the pic Pratt posted to Twitter with a remark about the pretty good seats. Victoria was also a big supporter of Trace when he was on Radar's story goes into more detail, but I won't go into those myself.
I just hope all of this is lots of speculation mixed in with a little innocent flirting because … If not and Trace really did get mixed up with another woman while married, then I hope Rhonda takes him to the cleaners.
The couple wed in early 1997, but filed for divorce in 2014.
Adkins, who became an official member of the Opry in 2003, says that he feels a reverence for the famed radio show’s winter venue, the Ryman Auditorium. “That’s the thing I like: There’s a spirit in the Ryman, it’s almost palpable.