If Texas voters expected yet another set of boring races for the state's high courts, 2014 election cycle will certainly let them down as a sitting Court of Criminal Appeals judge has decided to shed
President Barack Obama has a chance to appoint three Texans to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, and it appears he's playing it safe politically by considering promoting three sitting
...attorneys representing Rochelle and Etubom sent a letter to the City's Public Affairs Division, requesting that the City preserve a variety of evidence, specifically...
...evidence that he engaged in meter tampering. Ellis also argues that the Public Utility Commission ("PUC") has exclusive or primary jurisdiction over this...
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