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Henry Wade of Dallas County

The infamous Henry Wade was district attorney of Dallas County from 1951-1987. He had a reputation for conviction at any cost and most of the exonerations Dallas is discovering are because of his tenure. 215 more words

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Homestead Exemption Disappearing For Some Tarrant County Taxpayers

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TARRANT COUNTY (CBS11) – As the deadline to protest property tax valuations approaches, some homeowners are finding the thing that saved them the most, has disappeared. 393 more words

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Do Something That Matters!

Quit arguing about these losers and realize our problems are local. We need to address our local problems.

Some local private interests spent 15 million taxpayer dollars to remove Judge Wooten who was not ruling as she was directed but in accordance with the law. 208 more words

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Steven Chaney Exonerated

Steven Chaney was found innocent after spending 28 years in prison. He was convicted of a double murder in 1987 on the flimsiest of evidence. 124 more words

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Sanchez for Congress appoints Director of Field Operations

The campaign is pleased to announce we are launching our field operations with the appointment of our first full-time paid staff, Director of Field Operations, Rebeca Ornelas. 120 more words

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Citizens Organizing Over Helicopter Noise In Tarrant County

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TARRANT COUNTY (CBS11) – Yard signs have started popping up in front of homes in Keller, telling Bell Helicopter to “Stop the Noise.” 455 more words

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Whither the Fourth Amendment?

The Founders of the United States issued the Fourth Amendment to protect us from the search and seizure of our information or persons without due process. 147 more words

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