...39;s out of their control. U.S. Magistrate Judge John Froeschner of Galveston landed there because of a natural disaster. U.S...
...outcomes may have occurred during that span of time." John Crouch, a partner in Dallas' Kilgore & Kilgore who represents Diggs...
...Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Today, despite U.S. Sen. John Cornyn's massive differences with the president over just about everything...
Lawyers for 44th District Judge Judge Carlos Cortez decided to delay a Jan. 7 hearing on a motion he filed to vacate a protective order issued against him. In that motion, Cortez alleges he tried to
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
... Due to an error by senior reporter John Council, a quotation by Charles Peckham was incorrect in "...
Police are investigating why Dallas plaintiffs lawyer Michael Edward "Mike" Schmidt opened fire on them on Jan. 2, prompting officers to return fire that fatally wounded the attorney in his residence
Two years ago, a head injury took away Patrick Fagerberg's ability to practice law. The traumatic brain injury had scrambled the thoughts in the Austin lawyer's head, but it also seems to have awaken
Police are investigating why Dallas plaintiffs lawyer Michael Edward "Mike" Schmidt opened fire on them on Jan. 2, prompting officers to return fire then fatally wound the attorney in his residence,
The State Commission on Judicial Conduct has disciplined a former Corpus Christi district judge for ordering a father to relinquish custody of his son during the Christmas holidays three years ago be
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