Sooner or later, experience teaches lawyers to winnow out certain phrases, to adopt a vocabulary with which we are comfortable, and to speak to others in a language we can all understand
... Cortez left the courtroom, which had its windows taped, preventing news cameras from filming proceedings. Dallas police ...
...knew he had: painting. In 2011, a large piece of camera equipment fell on Fagerberg's head during a concert, leaving him...
The Texas Lawyer editorial department hosted a roundtable discussion in Dallas County, "Domestic Relations: How to Make Your Case in Family Court." Here is part two of the discussion
Texas Lawyer reporter Miriam Rozen emailed litigators around the state two questions to ponder about the year gone by: What was the most challenging litigation you worked on this year? What did you l
...feet before stopping the vehicle. The video taken from Cooke's vehicle camera confirms that the vehicle straddled the lane-marker for several hundred feet...
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