Former UT Tennis Coach Michael Center, 12 Others, Agree To Plea Guilty In College Admissions Cheating ScandalCenter was accused of accepting nearly $100,000 to help a non-tennis playing applicant get admitted as a recruit.
Former Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort Sentenced To 47 Months In Prison For Tax, Bank FraudProsecutors had recommended a sentence of between 19.5 to 24 years behind bars.
Ruling Throws Indicted Texas Attorney General's Case Into More UncertaintyThe decision is a victory for Paxton, a Republican, who was re-elected in November and has pleaded not guilty to charges alleging that he duped investors in a tech startup.
Cases Against Bikers Flounder 3 Years After Twin Peaks ShootoutTexas prosecutors who have failed to convict a single person in the three years since a Waco shooting left nine bikers dead are trying a new tact of targeting fewer cases.
Feds Will Not Pursue Another John Wiley Price TrialA jury found Price not guilt of bribery and mail fraud.
US Prosecutors Told To Push For More, Harsher PunishmentsAttorney General Jeff Sessions is telling the nation's federal prosecutors to pursue the most serious charges possible against most suspects. That is sure to send more people to prison and for much longer terms by triggering mandatory minimum sentences.
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.