For the second time in two years, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals is considering whether to overturn Neal Robbins' capital murder conviction and remand him for a new trial. This is the first case
Desperate for clues, state officials are offering a $200,000 reward for information that leads them to whomever killed a small town Texas district attorney, his wife and one of his assistant prosecut
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In an unusual move, a justice on Houston's 1st Court of Appeals has challenged the authority of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals to eliminate the factual-sufficiency standard of appellate review i
Six checks or wire transfers totaling $150,000 allegedly made payable to 380th District Judge Suzanne Wooten's campaign manager during the first quarter of 2008 are the basis of indictments against W
On Oct. 6, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals did something prosecutors have been asking it to do for the past 14 years. Acting in Brooks v. State, the CCA overruled 1996's Clewis v. State, which es
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