...vote, beating Democrat Sam Houston, a partner in Houston's Cruse, Scott, Henderson & Allen, and Libertarian David G. Smith of Henderson, a public school...
With record voter turnout expected in a state that's not looking as red as it once did, lawyers who follow politics are asking: Can a Democratic candidate break through and win a seat on the all-Repu
...for the defense-leaning opinions. Sam Houston, a partner in Cruse, Scott, Henderson & Allen in Houston who is Wainwright's Democratic challenger, said Anderson...
Three suits against military contractors in Iraq over the deaths or injuries of civilian truck drivers in convoys attacked by Iraqi insurgents in April 2004 have been veiled in secrecy for more than
When an unprecedented 2.8 million voters packed into polling places to vote in the Democratic primary election last Tuesday, they took two contested statewide judicial races into uncharted territory,
Democratic contenders for the Texas Supreme Court all have a common campaign theme: They want to bring balance to the court, which has been accused in the past of being pro-defense in its decisions.
The court on Jan. 30 will consider if the federal court has jurisdiction over private contractors working in Iraq. If a district court's decision stands, it will mean that the actions of virtually an
Justice Linda Yanez of the 13th Court of Appeals and Judge Susan Criss of Galveston's 212th District Court have something in common: They are both Democrats and sitting judges running for the Place 8
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...comment. Neither did his attorney, Billy Shepherd, a partner in Cruse, Scott, Henderson & Allen in Houston, who said in an earlier interview that they...
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