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CAUSE NO.

THE STATE OF TEXAS



Plaintiff IN THE MUNICIPAL COURT

v. CITY OF SCHERTZ

MICHAEL THOMAS PAUL GUADALUPE COUNTY


Defendant. STATE OF TEXAS

MOTION FOR REHEARING OF EVIDENTIARY PROCEEDING


AND RECONSIDERATION OF MOTION TO DISMISS WITH PREJUDICE

Defendant, MICHAEL THOMAS PAUL files this motion for rehearing and in support

thereof, respectfully show the Court as follows:

1. Defendants character and standing in the community has been defamed due to

false testimony by the states witness of information given as fact from an individual not presenty

to be cross examined. While the court has some discretion in the application of hearsay

testimony which is provided within the guise of an official investigation that is used to determine

credibility of the person being investigated then used by the court as a basis of truth weather the

individual is being truthful in all his assertions of testimony to the court. If it is provable under

rehearing and by cross examination that the hearsay given as testimony was in fact untrue in its

entirety then the states witness will no longer have any credability with the court regarding the

testimony given.

2. Defendant will have present at the rehearing, the individual the states witness

has claimed provided specific information that was given as testimony regarding past criminal

activity in direct relation to the charge pending as well as a statement that the individual

informed the States witness that the defendant giving false information to a police officer who

was conducting an investigation as the defendant was being detained.


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3. Defendant had no ability to prove the statements made in court at the time were

not only blatantly false but prejudiced the court into believing that the defendant had not only

committed the current charge which is a crime but had been arrested before for the exact same

charge giving the appearance of a habitual violator with no standing as a public service

organization registered with the Texas Secretary of State under the Operations Code Chapter

18.003 because the registration is in the name of the community emergency response team and

not the defendants individual name . Defendant will provide the accompanying letter that was

mailed with the registration which is directly addressed and titled to the defendant as the

recipient.

WHEREFORE, PREMISES CONSIDERED, Defendant Michael Thomas Paul

respectfully request that the Court grant this Motion for rehearing of the evidentiary ,proceedings

and reconsider the prior filed motion to dismiss for jurisdiction with prejudice, and for such other

and further relief to which they may show themselves justly entitled.

Respectfully submitted,

By: /S/ Michael Thomas Paul


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Michael Thomas Paul


(210) 294-4533
Pro Se
DEFENDANT

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CAUSE NO. C 2014-1527C

The State of Texas



Plaintiff. IN THE MUNICIPAL COURT

v. CITY OF SCHERTZ,


Michael Thomas Paul GUADALUPE COUNTY,

Defendant. STATE OF TEXAS.

ORDER COMPELLING MEDIATION

On this day, came on to be considered Defendants Motion for rehearing and

reconsideration. Having considered the motion and argument of counsel, the court finds that the

motion should be GRANTED.

Accordingly, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that all named parties must appear in person

and participate in a rehearing of the evidentiary proceedings of this cause.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that states witness be present for cross examination.

SIGNED and entered this _____ day of May 2017.

JUDGE PRESIDING

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