Grayson County District Attorney Joe Brown’s office recently released a list of cases resolved in the 397th state District Court in February. The following names were on that list.
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The Supreme Court rejected the death sentence appeal Monday of Lester Bower of Arlington.
BONHAM — Fannin County District Attorney Richard Glaser released a list of people recently indicted. The indictments are formal charges and are not an indication of guilt. The following people were indicted:
Grayson County District Attorney Joe Brown recently released a list of people whose cases in the 59th state district court were resolved in February. The following people were on the list:
Applause practically rattled the roof of courtroom at the Paul Brown United States Courthouse Thursday afternoon as the career of a local attorney came full circle. Amos Mazzant III came to Sherman more than 20 years ago to serve as a law clerk for Federal District Judge Paul Brown. Thursday, Mazzant succeeded his friend and mentor as the newest judge in the Eastern District of Texas and the sitting judge for the Sherman Division.
The Grayson County District Attorney’s Office Thursday released a list of people indicted this week. Those listed were indicted on charges that ranged from theft to drug related crimes. Indictments are formal charges and are not an indication of guilt.
Grayson County District Attorney Joe Brown recently released a list of people whose cases in the 15th state district court were resolved in February. The following people were on the list:
FORT WORTH, Texas — A Texas man is suing the store where he bought two e-cigarette batteries after the devices exploded in his pocket, leaving him with severe burns on the lower part of his body.
BOSTON — Minutes after Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was captured hiding in a boat in Watertown, Mass., two Boston police bomb technicians climbed into the craft searching for explosive devices. Instead they stumbled upon writings he had scribbled on the left side of the hull.
A Denison man was sentenced to 24 years in prison Friday by District Judge Brian Gary of the 397th District Court after pleading guilty to sexually abusing a six-year-old family member.