Incumbency has traditionally been a distinct advantage in Texas judicial politics. And while that held true for justices on the Texas Supreme Court, it was a much different story in Dallas County.
A driver who claimed neck, back and shoulder injuries in a rear-ender was awarded $2,102 for past medical bills only.
The family of a man who died after he was beaten and dragged out of an adult nightclub recovered $1.06 million on Dec. 20, 2013.
Lawyers in the News
A picture was worth a thousand words for Mike Lynn's clients. They won a $319 million jury verdict on March 4 in the 289th District Court in Dallas, in part thanks to Lynn's use of a teeter-totter trial graphic.
David L. Evans of Benbrook, judge of the 48th District Court in Tarrant County, has been appointed by Gov. Rick Perry as presiding judge of the Eighth Administrative Judicial Region for a four-year term. Plus more new positions, appointments, awards and honors.
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