The criminal conviction of Jessica Tata, who owned the daycare where four children burned to death in 2011 is among more than 120 cases under review for possible exculpatory evidence, according to a letter the Harris County District Attorney's Office sent to criminal defense lawyers this week, in co ... More >>
Suave, with impeccable but false credentials, "Dennis Shaw" moved easily through River Oaks society.
Jessica TataA Harris County grand jury has returned four felony murder charges against Jessica Tata, the owner of a daycare where four kids died in a fire. There had been some question as to whether the grand jury would go for the murder indictments, which require at least some degree of int ... More >>
HCSOJessica Tata faces a longer sentenceThe stakes have been raised against Jessica Tata, the owner of the daycare center where four children died in a fire. Previously charged with manslaughter, now Tata faces murder charges after court filings yesterday by the Harris County District Attorn ... More >>
The smell of indictments in the air...I'll admit that I've taken my share of potshots at Roger Clemens. I've tried to rely on matters that have been part of some record, or have some evidence for support, like The Mitchell Report, Clemens' public statements, and things said to Congressional inves ... More >>
Spurred on by a fellow student's death, Oliver Brown, William Hudson and Justin Jordan ran a gauntlet on their way to bring down a president
Priscilla Slade is the biggest gobbler of them all
After deliberating for five straight days, jurors in the trial of former Texas Southern University president Priscilla Slade just could not come to a decision. So, on Friday afternoon the judge granted the defense a mistrial For three days in a row, the jury wrote in notes to the court that they we ... More >>
A blood-curdling tale of sex slavery falls apart
Fastow plea deal contradicts the feds' policy
Dick DeGuerin beat the IRS. Now there's a bigger war over basic rights.
A self-proclaimed journalist has had a paying job -- private eye
Thousands of missing FBI documents in the Timothy McVeigh case? It comes as no surprise to the survivors of Operation Lightning Strike.
A Houston attorney who specialized in saving killers' lives couldn't handle his own. So he took it.
From the week of February 03, 2000
tuck inside of Hotel Six with the Houston blues again
Been there, done that, doing it again
If Betti was Dorothy, and the FBI was the Wizard, who was Toto?
Getting to Know You, Getting to Know All About You ...
The hotel six sting hits the little screen
At his Classical School for Brilliant Children, Alvin "Boom Boom" Jackson promises to enhance self-esteem and academic performance. Erik Vidor certainly got a lesson he'll never forget.
And he's put his own money behind it. But who's Cameron Frye?
The FBI's NASA sting operation may finally be headed to court
Are We Having Fun Yet? Or is it just the jangly buzz of advanced urban stress syndrome?
An intimate look at how -- and why -- Houston's high flyer of the '80s was taken apart in court