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Can I Waive a Jury Trial in Texas?

Anyone who is charged with a criminal offense in Texas has the right to a trial by jury. In most cases, the accused does choose a jury trial if the charges cannot be resolved by agreement. In some cases, however, … Continue reading

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RJR Breathes Easy in Tobacco Trial as Jury Finds Smoker Did Not Suffer from COPD

Stock image. Tampa, FL— Jurors Friday cleared R.J. Reynolds of responsibility at trial over the death of a Florida mother of 9, when they found she did not suffer from smoking-related respiratory disease. Ellis v. R.J. Reynolds, 10-A-016308. Read more … Continue reading

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Jury Sides With CrossFit In $3M Back Injury Lawsuit Filed By Weightlifting Personal Injury Attorney

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Texas Appellate Court Reverses Sexual Harassment Award, Saying Jury Should Have Been Allowed to Hear About Consensual Nature of Relationship

In most Dallas sexual harassment cases, the parties are both of age – that is, above the age of 18. Sometimes, however, the complaining party is underage, leading to additional complications. Such was the case recently, when a mother brought … Continue reading

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$14 Million Jury Verdict for Error in Misreading CT Scan

Courtney Webster was diagnosed as having rectal cancer when she was 41 years old. Five years later, she underwent a CT scan at CDI Indiana Center for Diagnostic Imaging after she experienced constipation and noticed blood in her stools. An … Continue reading

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