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Texas Legal Headlines (3/8/13)

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

Michael Morton Documentary is a Reflection of Grace
(Austin American-Statesman)

Judge Dismisses Case Against Oil Heir Hill, Finds Dallas DA in Contempt of Court
(Dallas Morning News)

Bill Would Restrict Use of Cell Phone Records by Police
(The Texas Tribune)

Workman’s Comp Nightmare
(KABB-TV)

Here Come the Culture Wars: Court Hears Cases on Affirmative Action and Gay Marriage
(National Journal)

Law Alumnus Still Devotes Time for Baylor’s Future
(Baylor Lariat)

Judge to Step Down Next Year
(The Hillsboro Reporter)

Did Garland Police Officers Violate a Homeowners’ Fourth Amendment Rights?
(Dallas Morning News)

UT System General Counsel Resigns
(The Texas Tribune)

About Half of Law Schools Post Incomplete Job and Scholarship Data, Group Says
(ABA Journal)

Dallas City Attorney Tom Perkins is Retiring
(Dallas Morning News)

Lawsuits Put Search for Jasper Police Chief on Hold
(Beaumont Enterprise)

Judge May Order City Council Members into Mediation After City Fails (Again) to Block Entertainment Center Lawsuit
(Dallas Morning News)

Texas Attorney Disciplinary Actions
(The Citizen)

Gov. Perry Appoints Angelou and Geistweidt to Oversight Committee
(Mason County News)