The embattled Dallas County DA resigned this week.
Christopher Scott spent nearly thirteen years in prison for a crime he didn't commit. When the state realized its error and exonerated him, he used the money he received for his wrongful conviction to open a men's wear store.
Eighteen-year-old Keithan Kennard Manuel says that he was joking when he told Wilmer's police dispatcher, "Give me all your money."
In the last ten years, DNA has exonerated 32 men from Dallas County.
James Waller, who was exonerated 24 years after he was convicted of a crime he didn't commit, started a non-profit to help support and counsel Texas' exonerees.
The Gallup organization released a nationwide poll last week showing the partisan preference in every state. The daily tracking poll, conducted during the election campaign, sampled 19,415 adult Texans concerning their self-identification by political party and found that 43.4% identified themselves as Democrats compared to 41.0% who identified
I am going to use this format to update daily the number of early votes cast in the fifteen counties with the most registered voters, ranked by the Secretary of State in the order of most to least registered voters. I am also going to include the numbers for the
As Dallas goes, so goes Houston. Two years after Democrats swept Republicans out of control in the Dallas County courthouse, it appears that the D’s will do the same in Harris County, with one exception: county judge, Ed Emmett, whom many will remember as a former legislator in the eighties.