Texas Attorney General Paxton Submits Brief In Court Of Criminal Appeals Case Against Criminal Defendant County Judge Doyal’s Pro-Government-Secrecy Position

Austin, September 29 – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton submitted a Brief to the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in support of Special Prosecutor Christopher Downey’s criminal prosecution of outgoing Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, whom a Montgomery County Grand Jury indicted in June, 2016, for alleged violations of the Texas Open Meetings Act (“TOMA”). […]

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals agrees to hear Doyal’s criminal case ominously without oral argument

Austin, June 7 – The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals granted the petition for discretionary review in the criminal case against Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal for alleged conspiracy to violate the Texas Open Meetings Act yesterday. The Court of Criminal Appeals has not yet granted the petitions in the criminal cases against Precinct 2 […]

BREAKING NEWS! Jefferson County Sheriff Harrison, 2 former Sheriff candidates indicted, arrested for campaign finance violations after Texas AG, Texas Rangers investigate

BREAKING NEWS! Chambers County, April 27 – Jefferson County (Beaumont) Sheriff Zena Harrison, former Sheriff candidate Ray Beck, and former Sheriff candidate Joe Stevenson were indicted by a Chambers County Grand Jury today and arrested for campaign finance violations. The Chambers County Grand Jury unsealed indictments against the three that resulted from a related federal […]

Editorial: All the way around, County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport’s behavior regarding her “procedures manual” has been abominable

Eric Yollick, The Golden Hammer At the beginning, on December 1, 2017, Montgomery County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport told Melanie Pryor Bush and Justin Pulliam, who requested a copy of her office procedures manual, that she couldn’t produce the document to them as “public information” because she had to protect the personal identifying information, including dates of […]

Breaking News: Texas Attorney General Paxton rules against Montgomery County Treasurer Davenport, orders her to stop hiding her office procedures manual from public!

Breaking News: Texas Attorney General Paxton rules against Montgomery County Treasurer Davenport, orders her to stop hiding her office procedures manual from public!

Image: Top of letter ruling from Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton who has ordered Montgomery County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport to stop withholding from the public her office procedures manual. Paxton issued the ruling on February 28, 2018. BREAKING NEWS! Conroe, March 1- Attorney General of Texas Ken Paxton has ordered Montgomery County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport […]

County Attorney Lambright refuses to represent corrupt Treasurer Davenport before AG, while Bush asks for quick decision to require County Treasurer to make procedures public before March Election

Conroe, December 28 – Montgomery County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport’s efforts to hide her office policies from the public suffered two additional blows during the past week. First, County Attorney J.D. Lambright refused to represent Davenport in seeking an opinion from Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton that Davenport doesn’t have to disclose her office procedures manual […]

AG Ken Paxton to Woodlands Republican Women: “We’re in a war against the president having the power to rewrite the law”

The Woodlands, November 9 – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton told the Woodlands Republican Women on November 8, 2017, in reference to the Obama administration’s efforts to expand federal power, “We’re in a war against the president having the power to rewrite the law.” Paxton described several cases his office handled in which Paxton, as […]

Texas Attorney General seeks to participate in appellate oral argument in criminal case against Doyal, Riley, possible delays looming

Conroe and Beaumont, November 2 – In their effort to defendant themselves from the criminal charges against them for alleged violations of the Texas Open Meetings Act (“TOMA”), Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political boss Marc Davenport have argued that TOMA is unconstitutional because, they claim, it […]

Texas Attorney General Paxton sides against Montgomery County Judge Doyal, Commissioner Riley in Texas Open Meetings Act criminal case

Conroe, October 18 – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a sweeping Brief on the side of the special prosecutors seeking criminal convictions of Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and corrupt local political boss Marc Davenport. On October 13, Paxton filed an Amicus Curiae, “Friend of the Court,” Brief […]

Montgomery County Government “For Sale!” (Part 4): secret meeting with Davenport Ring begets County vendor Phonoscope’s frightening control

Montgomery County Government “For Sale!” (Part 4): secret meeting with Davenport Ring begets County vendor Phonoscope’s frightening control

Image: HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL: FOR YOUR EYES ONLY! (If you are a Russian hacker or a terrorist, please do not look at the above drawing): Montgomery County’s “High Level Initial Phonscope [sic] Network.” Conroe, October 18 – Warning: If you are a Russian hacker or a terrorist from any nation, please do not read this article, because […]