Republican Gov.-elect Greg Abbott says ‘odds favor’ that Texas will sue the Obama administration over executive actions on immigration but is stopping short of his earlier vow to file a lawsuit.
Texas’ highest criminal court denied an appeal Wednesday from a woman who was sentenced to death for the killing of her developmentally disabled babysitter four years ago.
A Texas judge has refused to quash two felony indictments for abuse of power against Gov. Rick Perry on technicalities, ruling that the case against the possible 2016 presidential hopeful should continue.
The special prosecutor leading the felony case against Gov. Rick Perry says he shouldn’t be compelled to produce transcripts of testimony before the grand jury.
Four Fort Worth individuals were sentenced to prison for their roles in a July 2012 murder and attempted cover-up.
The team defending former Kaufman County Justice of the Peace Eric Williams against capital murder charges wants the trial moved, again.
Jury selection began this week in the case of a Texas man granted a retrial after questions were raised about testimony that helped convict him in the deaths of his two stepsons in a fire nearly 30 years ago.
The U.S. Supreme Court considered whether to keep Texas inmate Willie Trottie from the death chamber Wednesday evening for the slayings 21 years ago in Houston of his former common-law wife and her brother.
A judge has just delayed the Dallas County corruption trial against Commissioner John Wiley Price by more than a year.
Gov. Rick Perry has added a sixth prominent attorney to his all-star legal team that is fighting two felony charges of abuse of power.
An attorney for Gov. Rick Perry says he will file a motion seeking to stop the criminal case against the possible 2016 presidential candidate.
A Ponder man was given the sentence of life in prison by a jury Thursday after he was caught paying to have his wife killed two years ago.