Abrupt Layoffs Leave U.S. Attorneys ScramblingTwo days before Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered dozens of the country's top federal prosecutors to clean out their desks, he gave those political appointees a pep talk during a conference call.
Jury May See Enrique Arochi’s Car In PersonAfter nearly two weeks in the courthouse, the jury in the Enrique Arochi trial will likely have a change of pace soon.
Man Convicted Of Terror Charge Tied To Texas Cartoon ContestAn Arizona man was convicted Thursday of a terror charge tied to an attack last spring on a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas, marking the second conviction in the U.S. related to the Islamic State group.
White Supremacist Pleads Guilty To Racketeering Federal prosecutors say a 49-year-old woman has pleaded guilty to her role in a criminal enterprise that orchestrated a killing and distributed methamphetamine in East Texas.
Innocence Project Study Leads To Case Misconduct FindingsThe state association of district attorneys says that only a small handful of nearly 100 alleged "prosecutorial misconduct" cases in Texas show signs of willful mistakes by prosecutors.
Judge Finds Garland Cop Was Lying