No. 10-01-101-CV.

65 S.W.3d 309 (2001)

Jon Stuart BAUGHMAN, Appellant, v. Tonya R. BAUGHMAN, Appellee, and In the Interest of D.B., A Child.

Court of Appeals of Texas, Waco.

December 5, 2001.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Jon Stuart Baughman, Waco, pro se.

Galen B. Edwards, Kevin E. Perry, Waco, for appellee.

Before Chief Justice DAVIS, Justice VANCE, and Justice GRAY.


TOM GRAY, Justice.

Can an appellant who is voluntarily unemployed be considered indigent, thus requiring the clerk and court reporter to provide a free appellate record? We hold that voluntary unemployment does not make an appellant indigent.


This is an appeal of an indigency contest. Jon Baughman filed two affidavits of inability to pay cost (indigency affidavits) attempting...

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