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William J. Delmore

Head of the Appellate Division for the District Attorney's Office

Montgomery County

HQ Phone:  (936) 539-7800

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Montgomery County

501 North Thompson Suite 401

Conroe, Texas,77301

United States

Company Description

Established in 1985, Montgomery County Title Company has a convenient closing location in Conroe and a abstracting/title plant located in Magnolia. Montgomery County Title Company is a full service residential and commercial title company offering title, escro...more

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www.austinchronicle.com

No additional DNA testing of evidence in the case of Larry Swearingen, on death row for the kidnapping and murder of Melissa Trotter, should be granted by the Court of Criminal Appeals, Montgomery County prosecutor Bill Delmore argued before the court Tuesday morning, because no amount of evidence could demonstrate Swearingen's innocence.


www.capitalpunishmentbook.com

Bill Delmore, an appellate specialist with the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office, dismisses Perry's innocence claims based on the medical examiner's time of death theory.
He said the medical examiner did not testify as to how long Stotler had been dead when her body was discovered in the lake. "He started off testifying she had been dead at least 24-36 hours," Delmore told the Chronicle. The fact that the courts have heard and rejected Perry's claims of innocence as pointed out by Delmore means nothing.


www.medlawusa.com

Bill Delmore, an appellate lawyer with the Montgomery County district attorney's office, said prosecutors remain convinced of his guilt and believe he shouldn't be allowed to appeal just because an expert changed her opinion.


www.chron.com

Montgomery County prosecutor Bill Delmore said the state appeals court accepted Edwards' findings that Swearingen failed to prove his innocence during a hearing earlier this year.
"We feel completely vindicated in what we've been arguing all these years," Delmore said.


www.witnesstoinnocence.com [cached]

It's not an active investigation, Bill Delmore, head of the appellate division for the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office, told the Associated Press.
Delmore also said the remaining evidence was examined soon after District Attorney Brett Ligon took office in 2009 but testing revealed nothing. "I don't have enough knowledge of the case to offer an opinion on whether he's guilty or innocent," Delmore said.


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