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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

How Sharon Keller's Case Might Not Be Over

I don't know of a place where you can find this for free, but the Texas Lawyer has an article clearly explaining how Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Presiding Judge Sharon Keller's judicial misconduct case is not over yet. The meaty piece--great work by TL Senior Reporter Mary Alice Robbins--in no way lends itself to summary. The Commission's examiner--read "prosecutor"--basically argues that since the appellate court found the law to be different than the lower court thought, the lower court should have the benefit of that correction. The Commission might want to vote differently after the legal error was corrected.

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