AG Paxton Withholds Name Behind Legal DonorKen Paxton disclosed Wednesday that a Washington-based conservative group is helping pay his legal defense on criminal securities fraud charges but would not say who is behind the political organization.
Consumer Justice: Customers Upset With Security CompanyLauren McCall and Cameron Aston of Gainesville were in the market for a home security system. So, they didn't mind too much when a Vivint salesman stopped by unannounced in late April.
Court Scuttles AG Paxton's Criminal Trial DateThe ruling Tuesday is likely to result in a Paxton getting a new trial date for the third time since the Republican was indicted in 2015 on charges of misleading investors in a teach startup.
AG Paxton's Trial Starts In SeptemberJury selection is scheduled to begin Sept. 11 in Houston.
Texas To Withhold Car Registration If Child Support Is OwedThe State of Texas has come up with a way to get parents who owe child support to pay up, because if they don't they can't renew their car registration.
Key Rulings Expected Thursday In Criminal Case Against Texas AGDuring a hearing Wednesday, the judge expressed concern about keeping the case in Collin County, where Paxton is from.
Unpaid Bills Put Paxton Trial In LimboOn the brink of bringing Texas' attorney general, Ken Paxton, to trial on felony securities fraud charges, the government's prosecutors are threatening to bail out of the case unless they get paid.
Special Prosecutors Will Force AG Ken Paxton To Face 2 Criminal TrialsThe alleged wrong-doing took place before Paxton was elected Attorney General in November 2014.
Texas AG Files Brief In Support Of Trump Travel BanAttorney General Ken Paxton filed documents with the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday asking the court to reconsider its decision not to immediately reinstate the ban.
Former US Senator Calls For Case Against Texas AG To Be DroppedA former Republican presidential candidate calls the criminal case against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton a political smear campaign from within his own party.
Texas Appealing To Get Execution Reprieve ReversedThe Texas Attorney General's Office is appealing a federal judge's decision to give a reprieve to a 32-year-old man who had been set to die Thursday for the 2004 robbery-slaying of a convenience store worker in Corpus Christi.
Texas Attorney General's Criminal Fraud Trial Set For MayTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton is set to stand trial on criminal securities fraud charges in May.