Execution Delayed For Man Convicted In 1996 MurderA Texas court has halted the execution of a man who was scheduled to die for a 1996 fatal robbery where he didn't pull the trigger.
Reprieve For Texan Set To Die For Killing 2-Year-Old DaughterA 49-year-old East Texas man set for execution next week for the slaying of his 2-year-old daughter 14 years ago has won a reprieve.
Court Blocks Texas Execution Set For This WeekA man set for execution this week for the slaying of a 64-year-old suburban Dallas grandmother during a burglary of her home more than 18 years ago has won a reprieve.
Ex-Gov. Perry Says Indictment Proved 'Baseless'Texas' highest criminal court dismissed an abuse-of-power indictment against the former governor.
Man Released From Death Row Sues For Wrongful ConvictionA former death row inmate has filed a request for almost $2 million in state compensation saying he spent more than 12 years in prison because he was wrongfully convicted of murder.
Texas Court: Irving Death Row Inmate Can Testify Against Himself The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has ruled prosecutors can call a death row inmate to testify at a hearing despite 5th Amendment protections that allow defendants to refuse to testify against themselves.
Texas Prisoner Set To Die Next Month Gets ReprieveTexas' highest criminal court has blocked the scheduled execution next month of a 36-year-old man convicted of a robbery and fatal shooting in Texarkana 18 years ago.
Texas Court: State Flag-Desecration Law UnconstitutionalThere are few reported cases of the law having ever been enforced.
Appeals Court Will Review Rick Perry's Abuse Of Power ChargeThe highest criminal court in Texas will consider whether former Governor Rick Perry should be prosecuted on charges of abusing his veto power before leaving office.
CCA Rules Capital Murder Case Can ProceedThe Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has cleared the way for Dallas County prosecutors to try a Dallas man for capital murder.
Texas Appeals Court Halts Scheduled Wednesday ExecutionAn East Texas man set for execution this week for a shootout eight years ago that left two sheriff's officers dead has won a reprieve from the state's highest criminal appeals court.
Court: Warrant Needed To Draw Blood In DWI CasesTexas' highest criminal court has ruled that drawing the blood of an uncooperative drunken driving suspect in Texas without a search warrant is unconstitutional.