Doles v. State
In Doles v. State, 786 S.W.2d 741 (Tex. App.--Tyler 1989, no pet.), trial counsel introduced part of the written statement of appellant's stepdaughter, which enabled the State to introduce the entire contents of the written statement. Doles, 786 S.W.2d at 746.
The written statement contained allegations that appellant had sexually abused victims other than the complainant, as well as allegations that appellant "drank a lot and physically abused his stepdaughter." Id. at 744-45.
The court of appeals held that trial counsel's actions in enabling the State to introduce the entirety of the written statement of appellant's stepdaughter constituted ineffective assistance of counsel. Id. at 747.