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accident or mistake | meritorious defense | prejudice to opposing party, undue delay
CITATION: Craddock v. Sunshine Bus Lines, Inc., 133 S.W.2d 124 (Tex.
Dolgencorp of Texas, Inc. v. Lerma, No. 08-0032 (Tex. Jul. 3, 2009)(per curiam) (motion for new trial
after post-answer default judgment due to defense counsel's scheduling conflict should have been
DOLGENCORP OF TEXAS, INC., D/B/A DOLLAR GENERAL STORE v. MARIA ISABEL LERMA,
INDIVIDUALLY, ET AL.; from Cameron County; 13th district (13-03-00314-CV, 241 SW3d 584,
08-23-07 Opinion by the Thirteenth Court of Appeals below)
Pursuant to Texas Rule of Appellate Procedure 59.1, after granting the petition for review and without
hearing oral argument, the Court reverses the court of appeals' judgment and remands the case to
the trial court.
Per Curiam Opinion
Levine v. Shackelford, No. 06-0553 (Tex. Jan. 11, 2008)(per curiam)
(default judgment, motion to set aside, standard, motion for new trial, Craddock test)