Articles Tagged “District Court”

  • Jury Week in Walker County

    The County courts greatly appreciate those local citizens who show up for jury duty every year. In Commissioners’ court this week, County Clerk Kari French talked about a resolution in appreciation of jurors, as well…

  • Lister Found Guilty

    Thursday, Cedric Charles Lister was convicted of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in 278th District Court. The trial was over the stabbing of 43-year-od Stanley Garmon over a domino game gambling debt. Lister’s punishment…

  • Leatherland Sentencing Plea Deal Reached

    Thirty-seven-year-old Todd Leatherland pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in January of 60-year-old Linda Bradham at her home on FM 1374. This past week in 278th District Court in a regard to a plea bargain to…

  • Todd Leatherland Pleads Guilty To Murder

    The Item reports that 37-year-old Todd Leatherland pled guilty Thursday morning in District Judge Hal Ridley’s 278th District Court to one count of first-degree murder. Leatherland is pleading guilty to the July 2014 murder of…

  • Aggravated Robbery Suspect Back in Jail

    A suspect in a couple of home invasion robberies in 2013 is back in the Walker County Jail after not appearing at a court date. Thirty-seven-year-old Darrick Edward Ross was picked up by Huntsville and…

  • Colombian Jewel Thieves Sentenced Monday

    For their part in a jewelry robbery outside a McDonald’s in Huntsville two years ago, three Colombians have been sentenced to prison for a long time. Monday in Judge Don Kramer’s 12th District Court, a…