...Jon Burrows, Temple; Knox Fitzpatrick, partner, Fitzpatrick, Hagood, Smith & Uhl, Dallas; Anthony Odiorne, assistant public defender, Georgetown; 1st Court of...
...hurts lawyers that have a business to run." Uhl, a lawyer with Fitzpatrick Hagood Smith & Uhl who has a heavy federal criminal-defense...
...Toby Shook, Wooten's attorney and a partner in Fitzpatrick, Hagood, Smith & Uhl in Dallas, says, "Judge Wooten has not committed a...
Over the past 25 years, Texas has led the nation in the number of executions, with 456 taking place from 1985 through June 16, according to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice website. But the e
Dallas District Attorney Craig Watkins (pictured), a Democrat, is seeking a second term in the November elections. He entered office in 2006 promising to change fundamentally the way the county prose
...an associate. . . . Uttam Dhillon has joined Fitzpatrick Hagood Smith & Uhl in Dallas as a partner practicing complex federal civil litigation...
Obstruction Guilty Plea Means "Mr. Kent" Loses Bench Will His Bar Card and Freedom Be Next?U.S. District Judge Samuel B. Kent's decision to plead guilty to the obstruction charge on Feb. 23 in
In September 2008, U.S. District Judge Samuel B. Kent of the Southern District of Texas spoke loudly and forcefully when entering a not guilty plea to sex abuse charges. But last week in a Houston co
First, litigant Evan Lane "Van" Shaw attempted to have a suit involving the dissolution of his law firm removed from 193rd District Judge Carl Ginsberg's court after Ginsberg (pictured) alleged that
In a suit in 193rd District Judge Carl Ginsberg's court that involves two attorneys and the breakup of a law firm, the judge has refused to grant litigant Evan Lane "Van" Shaw's July 2008 motion to r
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