...39;s just my kind of town," says DeGuerin of DeGuerin Dickson Hennessy & Ward who's lived and worked as a part...
A second grand jury indicted Texas Supreme Court Justice David Medina's wife on three felony arson charges but declined to indict the justice, while a trial court judge dismissed a declaratory judgme
...at trial."Dick DeGuerin, a partner in Houston's DeGuerin Dickson & Hennessy who represents Francisca Medina, says he is "shocked and surprised" by...
Members of the Harris County grand jury that indicted Texas Supreme Court Justice David Medina and his wife in January have filed a state court suit seeking a declaratory judgment saying they can law
In a press release he sent out Feb. 15, Rosenthal said prescription drugs had impaired his judgment
While the felony indictments against Texas Supreme Court Justice David Medina and his wife have been dismissed and the couple tries to put the incident behind them, what lingers is the strange specta
...Houston criminal-defense attorney Dick DeGuerin, a partner in DeGuerin, Dickson & Hennessy who represents Francisca Medina, says, "I think what happens when you...
"We think this effectively ends everything. Hopefully Judge Medina can go on with his life," Justice David Medina's lawyer Terry Yates said after a Jan. 22 hearing
Texas Supreme Court Justice David Medina proclaimed his innocence on Jan. 18, hours after 176th District Judge Brian Rains of Houston dismissed indictments against Medina and his wife in connection w
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