Photo by Sam MertenMerely two months after Brian Potashnik was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Barbara Lynn to 14 months in federal prison for his role in the Dallas City Hall corruption case, he's been approved for a month-long release from behind bars. In a notification sent to victims of ... More >>
Sam MertenDon and Sheila Hill cross Commerce Street this afternoon after Judge Lynn said she'd consider arguments against honest services and money laundering charges.Four of the five defendants convicted last month of bribery and extortion in the City Hall corruption trial gained traction in ... More >>
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