Danny ClancyHere we go again. First it was Phillip Linder. Then it was David Finn. Now Danny Clancy is the latest criminal defense lawyer to announce his plans to do the seemingly impossible: knock off incumbent District Attorney Craig Watkins. The former Dallas County prosecutor and judge says he ... More >>
David FinnLess than two months after we introduced you to criminal defense lawyer Phillip Linder, the would-be Republican challenger to Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins has stepped aside and is now supporting David Finn, a fellow criminal defense lawyer and former trial judge and federa ... More >>
Roderick NewtonTen years ago last March, "Roderick Newton and Julian Williams went to a car wash in Pleasant Grove in Dallas looking for someone to rob." So reminds the Texas Attorney General's media release issued last week, which recounts the reason Newton is scheduled to be executed by the state ... More >>
Let's get back to Kim's item about Roderick Newton, scheduled to be executed by the state on Thursday, for just a minute. And let's go ahead and set aside the issue of "mental retardation." Instead, focus on the second of three claims Newton's attorneys make in the writ filed today -- the one ... More >>
It didn't have to happen.
The County can't get away from the latest bad news on its troubled jail
A terrible crime plus skaky evidence tempts prosecutors to play a secret game of "let's make a deal"
When big-city lawyers appear in the courtroom of Judge Gene Knize, they better be prepared to duck and cover
U.S. Justice Department investigators find horrid conditions at Dallas County's jail
A B-actress, computer mayhem and families feudin'! Making a movie with your rich friends is just courting disaster.
A judge has to intervene on behalf of an inmate to save his infected leg
Got a missing relative? Maybe you should look in the jail--and good luck with that.
A woman's story of life behind bars might be of interest to federal investigators
Being sick in Dallas County's troubled jail can be a death sentence
Kenny Rogers has a history of sneak assaults
The race for judge in Dallas' domestic-violence court raises questions of bias
Defense attorney girds for battle against U.S. Attorney Coggins