Dallas police arrested state district Judge Carlos Cortez on Dec. 28, 2013, after a woman alleged he choked her, dragged her by her hair, leaned her over the balcony of his residence and threatened t
The ex-judge who voluntarily resigned amid allegations that she had improper ex parte communications by texting a prosecutor during a trial is now campaigning to become an elected prosecutor herself
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