The Lord doesn't always watch over fools.
...and with a little help from his charm, a crooked friend or two, some weird paperwork and his administrative assistant, he finally got it.
Photo by Sam MertenWillis JohnsonLooks like at 11:18 this morning, John Wiley Price attorney Billy Ravkind, or someone in his office, faxed to Channel 5 the search warrant issued on June 24 by U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul Stickney. It's a seven-page catalog of everyone and everything with whom the ... More >>
Photo by Alex ScottJohn Wiley Price at attorney Billy Ravkind's office Monday afternoonThe story of Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price runs deep. The FBI's investigation of Price will carry the feds back into local ancient history, according to the documents on my desk. Before the f ... More >>
Photo by Alex ScottI sent one of our interns, Alex Scott, to the law offices of on-and-off John Wiley Price attorney Billy Ravkind about two hours ago. Turns out, John Wiley Price was there -- had been all morning. Moments ago he came out and spoke. And this is what he said:The Dallas County comm ... More >>
Sam MertenDon Hill and wife Sheila. Like you didn't know that.This morning, The Wall Street Journal recaps the Dallas City Hall federal corruption trial for outsiders and others not glued to Schutze's riveting running narration from the Earle Cabell, where Bill Fisher takes the stand yet again this ... More >>
Lipscomb appeal finds a receptive audience in New Orleans
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The search for a new federal judge reaches the lowest common denominator
Dallas attorney Cheryl Wattley's nomination for the federal bench is in limbo