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H. L. Hunt Oil Heir Dispute Embroils Texas Prosecutor In Ethics Questions

AD15 Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 11:17 PM
I am beginning to understand why Paul Pot killed all lawyers. It may not be 100% but without a doubt, most lawyers will have no chance to be in heaven. But then, they will try to redefine "is" or "heaven" and con God into letting them in. LOL

The Lone Star State has produced its share of outstanding lawyers, including Thomas C. Clark, who served as U.S. Attorney General from 1945 to 1949, and then 18 years on the U.S. Supreme Court. Clark first made his mark as the civil district attorney for Dallas County, Texas. Unfortunately one of his successors, incumbent Dallas County D.A. Craig Watkins, has strayed from the standards of public service Clark laid down.

Public controversy over campaign funds has dogged Watkins for at least two years, but it is a legal matter in which he currently is embroiled that casts serious doubt...