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Texas Legal Headlines (3/7/13)

Posted in Editorial, Legal Commentary, Legal News, News & Opinion

Chief Justice Pushes for ‘Innocence Commission’
(The Texas Tribune)

Files: Gideon v. Wainwright – 50 Years Later
(The Potpourri)

Murder Defendant’s Ex Tries to Sway Jury in Person
(Houston Chronicle)

Charges Against State Rep. Ron Reynolds Dismissed
(Fort Bend Star)

Texas DPS to Crack Down on DWIs
(Baylor Lariat)

Dallas Bar Association needs a few good fans
(Dallas Morning News)

Senator Craig Estes Files ‘Freedom to Film Act’
(North Texas e-News)

Courts Building Talks Ongoing
(The Kaufman Herald)

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: The Supreme Court’s ‘Heavyweight’
(NPR)

Lawmaker Aims to Undo Law That Makes Penny Theft Felony
(The Texas Tribune)

Looking for SCOTUS Controversy? Case Revelations? O’Connor Book Sticks to Facts of Court History
(ABA Journal)

Texas Proposes One of Nation’s “Most Sweeping” Mobile Privacy Laws
(Ars Technica)