Due to an error by senior reporter John Council, a quotation by Charles Peckham was incorrect in "President of Houston Bar Association Appeals Contempt Rulings," Texas Lawyer, Dec. 30, 2013, page 4
Starting New Year's Day, many attorneys who practice in the state's 10 biggest counties must change one of the most basic things about lawyering. As the Texas Supreme Court's e-filing mandate goes in
Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg will stay in her post. Visiting Judge David Peeples on Dec. 11 denied the state's petition to remove her from office. While Peeples didn't provide th
Lehmberg has chronic pain from a congenital defect in her lower vertebrae that impacts a nerve, she testified. She wasn't getting relief from physical therapy and pain management
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