Paxton Recuses Himself From Some AG's Office Duties

, Texas Lawyer

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Since he was indicted for alleged securities law violations, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has recused himself from some of his duties and has delegated his authority to his second-in-command.

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  • concerned citizen

    There is a pending request for an AG opinion regarding the appointment of attorneys ad litem in probate cases. It appears the Mr. Paxton might have a conflict based on his involvement in the Hunt family probate case. houstonchronicle.com/politics/election/national/article/Paxton-s-role-in-Hunt-family-probate-case-called-6460101.php

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