Bustamante v. State

In Bustamante v. State, 106 S.W.3d 738, 743 (Tex. Crim. App. 2003), the jury had received an exhibit in the jury room that was not submitted into evidence at trial and one juror read it out loud to the entire jury. Id. The jury sent a note out to the trial court regarding the exhibit. The trial court brought each juror out and questioned them individually. Id. Some jurors had heard the evidence read aloud, but all agreed that it would not affect their opinion of the case. Id. After all twelve jurors agreed they could disregard the evidence and it would not affect their deliberations, the trial court admonished them again as a whole. Id.