Investigation of Governor's Cut to DA's Public Integrity Unit

, Texas Lawyer


The ramifications of Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg's driving while intoxicated arrest and conviction continue to ripple outward. Two civil suits to remove her from office are plodding towards trial, and a criminal investigation will soon launch into Gov. Rick Perry's veto of funding for the Travis County DA's Public Integrity Unit.

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  • joe bailey hyden

    "Investigation of Governor's Cut to DA's Public Integrity Unit"

    was the headline created by district attorney lehmberg's public relations agency or by the new york headquarters of the texas lawyer ?

    joe bailey hyden

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