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Damage amount lowered by appellate court in Valero oil refinery explosion case

By John Revak | May 21, 2018

HOUSTON – The 14th District Court of Appeals recently affirmed a remittitur judgment in a case involving an explosion at an oil refinery.

14th District affirms summary judgment in insurance case over broken car window

By John Revak | May 17, 2018

HOUSTON – An appellate court has denied a woman's motion for a new trial in a dispute with an insurer over a broken window on a new car.

Suspension recommendation accepted by Florida county judge for appearance of political favoritism

By John Revak | Dec 11, 2017

FORT LAUDERDALE – A commission has recommended that a judge on the Broward County Court in Florida receive a 30-day suspension for political favoritism.

Poll: Swing state voters in favor of No Sanctuary for Criminals Act

By John Revak | Sep 18, 2017

WASHINGTON – An immigration bill aimed at cracking down on sanctuary cities has broad support among swing state voters, according to a recent poll by Zogby Analytics and the Federation for American Immigration Reform.

Sexually violent predators 'likely' allowed to vote by mail, according to Paxton's office

By John Revak | May 25, 2017

AUSTIN – The Texas Attorney General's Office recently responded affirmatively to an inquiry of whether people civilly committed were able to vote early by mail under Texas Elec. Code § 82.02.

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