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Williams v. Williams

Court of Appeals of Texas, First District

November 7, 2017

JULES WILLIAMS, Appellant
v.
MARVLYN JENNIFER WILLIAMS, Appellee

         On Appeal from the 246th District Court Harris County, Texas Trial Court Case No. 2015-35489

          Panel consists of Justices Jennings, Bland, and Brown.

          MEMORANDUM OPINION

          JANE BLAND JUSTICE.

         Jules Williams appeals from the final decree entered in his divorce from Marvlyn Jennifer Williams. We affirm.

         BACKGROUND

         Jules sued Marvlyn for divorce, and Marvlyn countersued. The trial court subsequently entered a final divorce decree, from which Jules appeals.

         DISCUSSION

         In ten issues, Jules contends that the trial court erred in:

• issuing temporary orders, including one or more temporary restraining orders and temporary injunctions;
• denying him his constitutional right to a jury trial;
• failing to afford him appropriate relief as to opposing counsel's alleged witness tampering;
• violating his right to free speech by admitting into evidence statements that Jules made on the internet;
• granting Marvlyn a divorce on grounds of adultery and cruelty, making her sole managing conservator of their children, and dividing their property ...

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