...Star Legal Aid, Tim Garrigan, a partner in Nacogdoches' Stuckey Garrigan & Castetter, and Stephanie Stephens, now an assistant Nacogdoches County Attorney....
... Plaintiff's Attorney: Timothy B. Garrigan, Stuckey Garrigan & Castetter, Nacogdoches Defense Attorneys: James E. Byrom...
U.S. District Judge T. John Ward recently certified a modified class of plaintiffs who are suing several East Texas public officials, including Shelby County District Attorney Lynda K. Russell and he
There's a common reaction among lawyers who arrive at the Nacogdoches County Courthouse for the first time: "Is this really the courthouse?" That's because the 1958 structure sitting at the corner of
Plaintiffs in a civil-rights suit against five officials in Shelby County have raised new allegations about the use of money seized from nonwhite motorists driving through the East Texas town of Tena
...Eastern District of Texas, Tyler Plaintiff's Attorney: Alex Castetter, Stuckey, Garrigan & Castetter, Nacogdoches Defense Attorneys: Karen Matlock and Seth...
A former investigator for the Shelby County District Attorney's Office who is a defendant in a federal civil-rights suit is also the target of a U.S. Department of Justice investigation, according to
Dating site sets up $1.5 million fund to settle class action suit. Business pays $125,000 to settle white workers' discrimination claims. Jury sides with state trooper accused of false arrest. Wester
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