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Immune from Justice

The Legislature appears unlikely to close a loophole that allows prosecutors to fire subordinates for refusing to illegally withhold evidence.

Eric Hillman thought the law was clear when he discovered new evidence that could help the man he was prosecuting in 2014. Then a prosecutor in the Nueces Count...Read More

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Don Willett’s Quiet Revolution

Social media’s most famous judge is at the forefront of a conservative legal movement that’s redefining what it means to be a judicial activist. And he’s on Donald Trump’s Supreme Court short list.

Social media’s most famous judge is at the forefront of a conservative legal movement that's redefining what it means to be a judicial activist. And he's on D...Read More

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In the Name of Our Ancestors

Against the odds, indigenous activists take on an international coal mining firm.

Against the odds, indigenous activists take on an international coal mining firm near Eagle Pass, saying the state is putting profits before native peoples....Read More

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