Dallas Court of Appeals, No. 05-21-00323 (October 12, 2021)
Justices Myers, Partida-Kipness, and Carlyle (Opinion, linked here)
An appeals court can grant writs of injunction only in limited circumstances, one being to prevent an appeal from becoming moot. Here, the Dallas Court of Appeals concluded that if Mu had to complete the BIPP course before the appeal was resolved, any relief on appeal could be ineffectual. Therefore, the court of appeals granted a writ of injunction enjoining the trial court from enforcing the BIPP requirement pending the appeal.