An A.G.'s opinion only adds to the questions over Houston's special tax districts
As Governor Bush reviews the case of Henry Lee Lucas, a local lawyer casts a jaundiced eye
Last week Anthony Ray Westley was executed for a murder he may not have committed. Only his lawyer and family seemed to care.
Ten years ago, Anthony Ray Westley entered a bait shop to commit a crime. Was it a crime worth dying for?
Do court-appointed attorneys serve their clients or the courts?