Harrisonv.State

Court of Appeals Sixth Appellate District of Texas at TexarkanaJun 12, 2019
No. 06-18-00171-CR (Tex. App. Jun. 12, 2019)

No. 06-18-00171-CR

06-12-2019

BRANDON HARRISON, Appellant v. THE STATE OF TEXAS, Appellee


On Appeal from the 102nd District Court Bowie County, Texas
Trial Court No. 17-F-0592-102 Before Morriss, C.J., Burgess and Stevens, JJ. ORDER

Our review of the clerk's record and the reporter's record in this case indicates that they contain "sensitive data" as that phrase is defined in Rule 9.10 of the Texas Rules of Appellate Procedure. See TEX. R. APP. P. 9.10(a). Sensitive data includes "a birth date, a home address, and the name of any person who was a minor at the time the offense was committed." TEX. R. APP. P. 9.10(a)(3). The clerk's record and volumes six, fourteen, and sixteen of the reporter's record, as well as Exhibits 7 and 37, contain the names of persons who were minors at the time the offense was committed. Rule 9.10(b) states, "Unless a court orders otherwise, an electronic or paper filing with the court, including the contents of any appendices, must not contain sensitive data." TEX. R. APP. P. 9.10(b).

Rule 9.10(g) provides, "A court may also order that a document be filed under seal in paper form or electronic form, without redaction." TEX. R. APP. P. 9.10(g). Therefore, because the clerk's record and volumes six, fourteen, and sixteen of the reporter's record, as well as Exhibits 7 and 37, contain sensitive data, we order the clerk of this Court or her appointee, in accordance with Rule 9.10(g), to seal the electronically filed clerk's record and volumes six, fourteen, and sixteen of the reporter's record, as well as Exhibits 7 and 37.

IT IS SO ORDERED.

BY THE COURT Date: June 12, 2019