State Bar Hits Two Houston Lawyers With Barratry Allegations

, Texas Lawyer


"I'm looking forward to vigorously defending myself. I'm very confident that this is a very baseless charge and allegations against me, and I feel confident that I will be able to maintain my law license once I have my day in court," said State Rep. Ron Reynolds, D-Missouri City.

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