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Tex Parte: Dallas prosecutor wants to know what Judge Carlos Cortez ate and drank at The Palm


On any given evening, Dallas judges, attorneys and their clients can be found eating fine-quality cow meat at The Palm in the city's historic West End district. And a Dallas county prosecutor want to know exactly what 44th District Judge Carlos Cortez ate or drank at The Palm on Dec. 28, 2013, according to a subpoena filed Jan. 24.

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    No surprise the prosecutors are seeking this information, but since the case has not been indicted I am wondering why the prosecutors are not using a Grand Jury subpoena to obtain this evidence.

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