Paxton prosecutors mocked for threatening to quit

By   /  March 17, 2017  /  News, Texas  /  No Comments

The special prosecutors pursuing Attorney General Ken Paxton threatened to withdraw if the upcoming trial is not postponed until they get paid.

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Judge in Paxton case prefers Collin County venue, but won’t commit

By   /  February 16, 2017  /  News, Texas  /  No Comments

The judge in the fraud case of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said Thursday he would prefer to keep the trial in Collin County, but did not commit to doing so.

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Commentary: Prosecutors’ motion effectively an admission of Paxton’s innocence

By   /  February 14, 2017  /  Commentary, Texas  /  No Comments

Courtesy of Annenberg Classroom

The court-appointed attorneys trying to imprison Attorney General Ken Paxton effectively admitted last week that he is innocent.

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Paxton prosecutors’ bill hits $575,000

By   /  January 13, 2017  /  Accountability, News, Politics & Elections, Power Abuse, Texas  /  No Comments

4ourth Wall Media

The court-appointed prosecutors in the Ken Paxton case have submitted new invoices that bring their compensation to date to $575,105.99.
The new batch of invoices from Kent Schaffer, Brian Wice, and Nicole DeBorde covers the last year, with a total of $205,191.24 in new billing.

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Judge weighs booting Paxton prosecutor from Bandidos case

By   /  January 6, 2017  /  News, Texas  /  No Comments

Attorney Kent Schaffer, one of the court-appointed attorneys prosecuting Attorney General Ken Paxton in a securities fraud case, is running into trouble of his own in a racketeering and conspiracy case where he represents the former president of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club.

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Texas Ranger files: Paxton case based on an assumption

By   /  December 20, 2016  /  Judiciary, News, Texas  /  No Comments

Attorney General's Office

The Texas Rangers’ reports show that “four investors assumed Paxton was also investing,” yet through the magic of lawyering, that assumption has been turned into Paxton’s failure to know what they were thinking, a “failure” punishable by prison time.

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