Despite all the Tenth Commandment strictures to the contrary, coveting the mansion next door has led millionaire executive Tony Petrello to years of depositions and lawsuits.
Step right up, folks: Passion, deceit, money, lots of money, double dealing and a mayor with more flip-flops in her than a Cirque du Soleil acrobat!
The antics of an ex-con raise questions about his paralegal role
Debra Foster’s used to rounding up fugitives. Now she’s firing away at Montgomery County.
Dick DeGuerin beat the IRS. Now there's a bigger war over basic rights.
Time's running out on commutation efforts
Finally, a David Allen house with four walls
Former city tourism official accused of paying mom's nursing home bills out of agency funds
Reformed and reborn, the man now pushes the word of God, not drugs. So why does it still feel like the Johnny Binder Show?
Hard-line leaders such as loopy Stephen Mansfield have taken their agenda to the Court of Criminal Appeals, where legal precedents--not prosecutions--get overturned
Friends join in as Betti sings her final convictions
The second sting trial ends where the investigation began
Three cops. One kid on LSD. Something just didn't add up for Skip and Becky Allen, who filed a lawsuit to find out how their son died.
What do the FBI and developer Wayne Duddlesten have in common?
How not to have a midlife crisis
Just get the help of some City of Houston attorneys who can show you how to anger a judge, enrage a jury and (maybe) stick the taxpayers with a bill for $148 million
A jury finds that "outsourcing" actually meant "reprisal"