No Immediate Ruling On Fate Of Texas' 'Sanctuary Cities' LawA daylong court hearing about the constitutionality of the law — the first hearing since Republican Gov. Greg Abbott signed the bill known as SB4 in May — ended without Garcia ruling whether he will let Texas enforce the law. He did not set a timetable for a decision.
Nokia And Apple Settle Long-Running Legal DisputesNokia and Apple have settled their numerous legal disputes after signing an agreement to work together.
Jury Deadlocked, Erbie Bowser Sentenced To Life In Prison Without ParoleThe jury in the Erbie Bowser penalty phase of his murder trial has deadlocked on giving him the death penalty. Bowser is sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Botched Assassination Attempt Lands Former Accountant In PrisonA former North Texas man has been sentenced to 20-years in prison for trying to assassinate his former boss.
Tough Court On Immigration Serves As Model For Trump PlansA tough approach is the model President Donald Trump hopes to replicate as part of his sweeping plans to stop illegal immigration, the cornerstone of his campaign. He wants to prosecute many more people caught crossing the border illegally.
Commissioner John Wiley Price's Fate In Hands Of JuryThe future for Dallas county's longest serving elected official is now in hands of the jury.
Judge Moving Ken Paxton Securities Fraud Case Out Of Collin CountyThe securities fraud trial of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton won't be starting on May 1st, and it won't be in Collin County.
Court: New Orleans Can Remove 3 Confederate MonumentsAn appeals court has cleared the way for the city of New Orleans to take down three Confederate-era monuments that have been a source of tension in the Southern city.
FBI Investigator: Feds Were "Jumping The Gun" To Indict John Wiley PriceThe defense scored points today in getting an FBI financial investigator to admit the feds, in the past, were "jumping the gun" in deciding to indict Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price and his friend.
Judge To Rule On Deal For Smaller Set Of Cheating VWsA federal judge is expected to decide Tuesday whether to grant initial approval to a deal worth to compensate the owners of roughly 78,000 Volkswagens that were rigged to cheat on emissions tests.
Judge To Hear Arguments On Dakota Access Pipeline Work A federal judge in Washington, D.C., is hearing arguments on whether to stop work on the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline until a legal battle with American Indian tribes is resolved.
SMU Law Professor Expects Judge Gorsuch To 'Sail Through' NominationPresident Donald Trump’s nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch, 49, to the U.S. Supreme Court was his first, but it might not be the last.