Texas Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman Submits Resignation Effective June 11The first Hispanic female on the Texas Supreme Court, Justice Eva Guzman, is stepping down after more than a decade on the state's highest court.
Can Texans Sue ERCOT For Not Keeping Power On During Winter Storms?That decision, many legal experts believe, lies with the Texas Supreme Court.
Texas Court: Compensate Alfred Dewayne Brown Wrongly Convicted In Officer Charles Clark's Death After a judge signed an order in May 2019 declaring Alfred Dewayne Brown innocent in the slaying of Officer Charles Clark during a robbery of a check-cashing store Brown was eligible for nearly $2 million in compensation.
Texas Has Already Been In The Courts, Now The Nation Braces For Possible Election Day Legal ChallengesWeeks before early voting began and Election Day arrived, the U.S. 2020 Presidential Race was already the most litigated in memory.
Texas High Court Denies GOP Effort To Reject Houston VotesThe Texas Supreme Court on Sunday denied a Republican-led petition to toss nearly 127,000 ballots cast at drive-thru voting places in the Houston area.
Texas Supreme Court Backs Gov. Greg Abbott On Limiting Mail-In Ballot Drop-Off SitesThe high-court court ruling upholds a restriction Abbott imposed on Oct. 1, just before early voting in the Nov. 3 general election was to open.
Court Rules Texas' Largest County Cannot Send Unsolicited Mail-In Ballot Applications To VotersOn Wednesday the Texas Supreme Court ruled that more than 2 million people in the states most populous county -- and one of the worst impacted by COIVD-19 -- cannot send mail-in ballot applications to all registered voters.
Prominent Republicans Sue Texas Governor Greg Abbott For Expanding Early Voting During PandemicThey argue Gov. Abbott did not have the power to put in place six additional days of early voting without input from the Texas Legislature, which is out of session this year.
Texas Supreme Court Allows Green Party Candidates On November BallotThe ruling is the latest in a series of court battles nationwide over third-party candidates and ballot access.
Texas Court Freezes Plan To Send 2 Million Mail-In Ballot ApplicationsThe Texas Supreme Court on Wednesday stopped, for now, a plan to send more than 2 million mail-in ballot applications to registered Houston-area voters before the November election.
Denton County Custody Fight Goes All The Way To Texas Supreme CourtA North Texas father has won a unique child custody case that could set a precedent for future legal battles.
Republican Party Of Texas Agrees To Virtual Convention After Losing In CourtThe decision came after the state GOP was left with few options.
Texas Supreme Court Justice Debra Lehrman Recovers From COVID-19Texas Supreme Court Justice Debra Lehrman said Wednesday her symptoms while battling COVID-19 were "quite severe" but she is now recovered.
City Of Dallas Asks Texas Supreme Court To Allow For Immediate Removal Of Confederate MonumentBehind a fence, covered in tarps sits the last of Dallas' Confederate monuments at Pioneer Cemetery, a block from Dallas City Hall.
Texas Supreme Court: Lack Of Immunity To Coronavirus Does Not Qualify For Mail-In BallotThe Texas Supreme Court for ruled Wednesday, the lack of immunity to COVID-19 does not qualify a voter to vote by mail.