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Texas executed Larry Swearingen for a 1998 Texas slaying. His lawyer says bad science got him on death row.易盛娱乐国际注册

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Swearingen consistently maintained his innocence in the strangling death of 19-year-old Melissa Trotter. Texas prosecutors, however, had no doubt he was her killer.

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易盛娱乐二注册新账号 Sergio Flores for The Texas Tribune

TribCast: Behind the new Texas laws that take effect Sept. 1易盛2娱乐-注册登录官网

On this week’s TribCast, Emily talks to Ross, Alexa, Alex and Neena about the biggest new state laws taking effect Sept. 1, a crisis facing indigent defense in Texas, the new Texas secretary of state and the latest from the presidential campaign trail.

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易盛3娱乐注册登录网址 Laura Skelding for The Texas Tribune

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The Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Health and Human Services will issue a new rule Friday to withdraw from the Flores Settlement Agreement, the federal consent decree that has set basic standards for the detention of migrant children and teens since 1997.

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Texas' Driver Responsibility Program ends next month. Here's what that means for you.易盛娱乐二注册

More than 600,000 Texans will immediately be eligible to have their driver's licenses reinstated after the program's Sept. 1 repeal. The system was widely criticized for adding additional annual fees on top of the price of tickets, but all pending surcharges will soon be waived.

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易盛娱乐3平台注册 Trevor Paulhus for The Texas Tribune and Texas Monthly

How judicial conflicts of interest are denying poor Texans their right to an effective lawyer易盛娱乐登录注册

For decades, Texans who can’t afford a lawyer have gotten caught in a criminal justice system that’s crippled by inadequate funding and overloaded attorneys. A growing body of caseload data — and a recent lawsuit — point to an even more fundamental hazard: the unchecked power of Texas judges.

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