Articles Tagged “Court”

  • 10th Court Of Appeals Hearing In Huntsville

    SHSU’s Center for Law Engagement and Politics will host “Oral Arguments” for the 10th Court of Appeals starting at 10 o’clock Wednesday. Local residents are invited to attend one of the four sessions. Mike Yawn…

  • Bowe Bergdahl Appears in Court

    Army deserter Bowe Bergdahl, who disappeared from his base in Afghanistan in 2009 and was later held by the Taliban for five years, was in court yesterday before a military judge in Fort Bragg on…

  • NWVFD & ESD #2

    The New Waverly Volunteer Fire Department and representatives from Walker County Emergency Services District #2 met with Walker County Commissioner’s Court recently and asked to be removed from the County budget. NWVFD Chief Jacob Slott…

  • Emergency Services District #2 Special Election Scheduled

    The Board of Commissioners of Walker County Emergency Service District #2 has called a special election on May 9th, 2015 to allow voters to decide on imposing a 1.5 cent sales tax in unincorporated areas…

  • Professor Mike Yawn On Appeals Court Visit

    The 10th Court of Appeals is coming to the SHSU campus again. SHSU Political Science Professor Mike Yawn fills us in . . . .

  • New Waverly Fire Department Funding Cut

    New Waverly Volunteer Fire Department Public Information Officer Jimmy Williams reported to KSAM News that “New Waverly City Council members voted unanimously at their last council meeting to cut funding for the New Waverly Volunteer…

  • Commissioner Court Meets

    Walker County Commissioners will meet at the Courthouse for a regular session at 9 this morning. County Clerk Kari French will update the 83rd Legislative Regular Session’s House and Senate Bills affecting County Clerk’s Office…

  • Court of Appeals at SHSU

    The SHSU Political Science Junior Fellows have arranged for the Texas 10th Court of Appeals to be at the University today. They will be trying various cases involving felonies–one includes capital murder charges. Political Science…

  • Court of Criminal Appeals Makes Decision on Falk Trial Issue

    The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has granted the Walker County District Attorney’s office request to amend jury instructions in the John Ray Falk, Jr capital murder trial.  The legal matter will be sent back…

  • District Attorney’s Office Still Waiting on Ruling for Falk Trial

    As of Wednesday, the Walker County District Attorney’s office had still not received a ruling on a writ of mandamus it filed in mid-December with the Court of Criminal Appeals. It delayed the capital murder…