The statewide oversight system for adult guardianships had overwhelming support. “I am truly shocked and dismayed” by Abbott’s decision, said one lawmaker.
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Forgotten by East Texas courts, a woman is left in the care of a husband her family says is abusive.
A bill introduced Thursday by state Representative Mike Lang would ban prosecutors from accepting gifts and donations from defendants.
In Texas, paying for cops, courts and prosecutors with fees from defendants has become more and more popular. But what happens when the drive to do justice on the cheap collides with a rogue prosecutor?
Prince Ucheche Nwakanma has been the subject of lawsuits, and an investigation by Univision, claiming he defrauded clients at his immigration law practice.
Rallying scholars say the revised Mexican-American studies textbook, which describes Mexican Americans as dangerous and lazy, also introduces hundreds of new errors.
Student turnout is key for the man who could be the first black sheriff in the county where Sandra Bland died.