US Supreme Court Orders Another Look At Texas Death Row Case Of Murderer Ruben GutierrezThe US Supreme Court has ordered a further review by a lower court of a lawsuit brought by a Texas death row inmate who objects to a policy that bars a chaplain from accompanying him into the death chamber.
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Supreme Court Refuses To Fast Track Texas Democrats' Case To Expand Vote By MailThe Supreme Court has denied a request from Texas Democrats to fast-track a case concerning access mail-in voting amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Supreme Court Rejects Texas Appeal Over Voter ID LawThe Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from Texas in its effort to restore its strict voter identification law.
Cruz Suggests Leaving Vacancy On Supreme CourtSen. Ted Cruz is raising the possibility that Republicans would decline to fill the Supreme Court's vacancy if Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton is elected president next month.
Convicted Texas Triple-Murderer Loses Supreme Court AppealThe U.S. Supreme Court has refused to review an appeal from a condemned triple killer in Austin who contends his previous attorney abandoned him and missed a critical deadline for filing an appeal.
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Justice Scalia Says He 'Fits Right In' In TexasSwearing in new Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Nathan Hecht in Austin on Monday, Scalia said, "I do fit right in here."
US Supreme Court To Hear Oklahoma Water Rights CaseThe nation's highest court decided Friday to hear the lawsuit filed by the Tarrant Regional Water District. Among other things, the lawsuit sought authorization to transfer Oklahoma stream and surface water to Fort Worth, Arlington and surrounding communities.
University Of Texas Pays Nearly A Million In Legal Defense The University of Texas Austin is paying nearly a million dollars for legal aid in a case over its use of race and ethnicity in school admissions.