Banks v. State
In Banks v. State, 643 S.W.2d 129 (Tex. Crim. App. 1983), the appellant argued that his right to a presumption of innocence was violated when two deputy sheriffs attempted to escort him out of the courtroom in the presence of prospective jurors. Id. at 133.
The appellant was not wearing prison clothing, and the deputies did not handcuff the appellant or restrain him in any way. Id.
The Court of Criminal Appeals held that the appellant's right to a presumption of innocence was not violated. Id.