Zarychta V. State
Texas Court of Appeals
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Appellant, James Jerald Zarychta, was convicted by a jury of the offense of capital murder committed in the course of a burglary of a habitation. The trial court sentenced appellant to life imprisonment. Thereafter, the First Court of Appeals reversed and remanded the cause for a new trial. Zarychta v. State, 961 S.W.2d 455 (Tex. App.--Houston [1 st Dist.] 1997, pet. ref'd). On retrial, appellant was again convicted by a jury of capital murder and the trial court again sentenced appellant to life imprisonment. In five issues, appellant contends: (1) the trial court erred in overruling his motion to disqualify the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office; (2) the trial court erred in overruling his motion to suppress evidence; (3) the evidence was legally insufficient to prove the murder was committed during the commission of a burglary; (4) the trial court erred in overruling appellant's objection to a photo array; and (5) the trial court erred in failing to grant appellant credit for pre-trial confinement. We affirm.