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ORDER AND MEMORANDUM OPINION
In each of the above causes, the State of Texas has filed a notice of appeal from the trial court's order granting Brandom Garrett's motion to suppress evidence. Prior to filing its notice of appeal, the State filed with the trial court a request for findings of fact and conclusions of law. The State subsequently filed with the trial court a supplemental request for findings of fact and conclusions of law, a motion for reconsideration, and a notice of past due findings of fact and conclusions of law. Before the trial court took any action on the State's requests, the clerk's and reporter's records were filed in this Court.
"[O]nce the trial record has been filed with [this Court], the trial court no longer has jurisdiction to adjudicate the case."
We grant the State's motion in each cause. We abate the appeals and remand the causes to the trial court so that it can make its findings of fact and conclusions of law. A supplemental clerk's record that includes the findings of fact and conclusions of law shall be filed with this Court no later than August 14, 2017. These appeals will be reinstated once the supplemental clerk's record is filed.