The court ruled unanimously that the former president was trying to circumvent normal legal channels.
"Netflix alleges that Tyler County’s District Attorney, Lucas Babin, is 'abusing his office' through a 'singular and bad-faith effort' to maliciously prosecute Netflix in violation of the United States Constitution and in retaliation against Netflix for exercising its First Amendment rights."
Texas Prosecutors Blatantly Ignored the Law When They Charged a Woman With Murder 'by a Self-Induced Abortion'
As Starr County District Attorney Gocha Allen Ramirez belatedly conceded, that charge is explicitly prohibited by the Texas Penal Code.
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She was imprisoned for a year as she resisted a grand jury's investigation of WikiLeaks.
Will face trial on six charges.
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No record of a vote exists.
New evidence contradicts officers' claims that they shot Mohamed Bah because he stabbed one of them.
Prosecutors will have to make the call themselves and take responsibility.
How "the people" work around bad prosecutors.
A psychology professor testifies that there's pretty much always a good reason.
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