Auston v. State

In Auston v. State, 892 S.W.2d 141, 144 (Tex. App.--Houston 14th Dist. 1994, no pet.), the State called uniformed officers, who testified that they specialized in gang and narcotics investigations. The defendant argued that the officials' uniforms prejudicially implied that appellant was guilty of unarticulated extraneous offenses. Id. The court held that the uniforms merely provided some indicia of the qualifications of these witnesses to testify as to defendant's character. Id.