Texas Supreme Court Justice Debra Lehrmann Tests Positive For COVID-19In a tweet Justice Debra Lehrmann said she and her husband, Greg, started exhibiting symptoms, including fevers and body aches, last week.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz Busy Writing Book On Supreme Court CasesDuring the coronavirus pandemic Texas Senator Ted Cruz has also been busy working on a book about the Supreme Court.
Study: Supreme Court Could Impact Abortion Access In Texas & 14 Other StatesMore than 15 states, including Texas, could see abortion access "profoundly" reduced if the Supreme Court allows the regulation at the center of June Medical Services v. Russo to be implemented.
Affordable Care Act Birth Control Case Will Be Argued By Phone To The U.S. Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court continues hearing arguments by telephone and Wednesday the justices will hear a high-profile case involving the Affordable Care Act.
U.S. Supreme Court Won't Hear Case Of 'Texas Seven' Randy HalprinHe was among seven escaped Texas inmates who went on a month-long reign of terror starting around Christmas 2000, today the Supreme Court declined to take up the case of death row inmate Randy Halprin.
Divided Justices Look To Texas As Supreme Court Decides 1st Big Abortion Case Of Trump EraA Texas law that required abortion-clinic doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals is again having an impact on the decision making process of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Supreme Court Rejects Appeal Against Federal Bump Stock BanToday the Supreme Court turned away an appeal from gun rights groups and left a federal ban against bump stocks in place.
Supreme Court Rules Parents Can't Sue US Border Patrol Agent Who Killed Teen Son In MexicoThe Supreme Court said Tuesday that the parents of a Mexican youth who was shot to death in Mexico by a U.S. Border Patrol agent standing on American soil cannot try to sue the agent in U.S. courts for damages.
Supreme Court Denies Appeal Of Texas Death Row Inmate Rodney ReedThe U.S. Supreme Court has denied an appeal from Texas death row inmate Rodney Reed, who was found guilty of the 1996 murder of Stacey Stites and has spent over 20 years in prison.
Apple To Pay $440 Million After Being Denied Appeal In Patent Lawsuit Out Of TexasThe Supreme Court declined to consider Apple's appeal to avoid paying nearly $440 million to technology licensing company VirnetX for violations of its patents. The lawsuit was filed in the Eastern District of Texas.
Supreme Court Keeps Federal Executions On HoldThe Supreme Court is preventing the Trump administration from restarting federal executions next week after a 16-year break.
Texas Appeals Court Commutes Death Sentence Of Convicted Killer Bobby James MooreBobby James Moore was sentenced to death for the 1980 shotgun slaying of 72-year-old Houston supermarket clerk James McCarble.
Families Of Veterans Killed In Midland Train Accident Turn To US Supreme CourtThe families of veterans killed in the 2012 Midland train crash filed a lawsuit today asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review their case claiming it could impact rail safety nationwide.
Supreme Court Won't Get Involved In Prophet Muhammad Ad CaseThe Texas-based American Freedom Defense Initiative in 2015 submitted an ad that depicted a sword-wielding Prophet Muhammad saying: "You can't draw me!"
Supreme Court Will Hear Case Involving Mexican Teen Shot By Border Patrol AgentCan the family of a Mexican teenager shot and killed by a U.S. Border Patrol agent sue for damages? That's the question the Supreme Court will soon try to answer.