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”). […]

Prosecution files appellate brief in Doyal-Riley-Davenport criminal case before Texas Court of Criminal Appeals

Austin, September 3 – Special Prosecutor Christopher Downey and his legal team filed their Brief, on behalf of the State of Texas, without any delay in the Texas Open Meetings Act (“TOMA”) criminal prosecution case against Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political boss Marc Davenport, who is […]

Riley, Davenport file briefs in Texas Court of Criminal Appeals

Austin and Conroe, August 10 – Two of the criminal defendants in the Texas Open Meetings Act (TOMA) criminal case pending before the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals filed their appellate briefs late on Monday, August 6. Criminal defendant and Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley filed his brief. Criminal defendant and local political boss […]

Court of Criminal Appeals accepts Riley, Davenport appeals along with previously accepted Doyal criminal appeal

Austin, June 22 – The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals agreed to hear the petitions for review on appeal of criminal defendants Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley and local political boss Marc Davenport with respect to their criminal indictments under the Texas Open Meetings Act. The Court notified the parties of its decision […]

After Riley’s, Doyal’s criminal indictments reinstated, pro-government spending, anti-citizen lobbying groups come to their aid in Texas Court of Criminal Appeals to fight against government openness

After Riley’s, Doyal’s criminal indictments reinstated, pro-government spending, anti-citizen lobbying groups come to their aid in Texas Court of Criminal Appeals to fight against government openness

Image: Criminally-indicted co-defendants Craig Doyal (lame duck Montgomery County Judge) and Charlie Riley (Precinct 2 County Commissioner) enjoy some refreshments at a bank together in late April, 2018. Austin, May 12 – The ultra-liberal, pro-government spending, and anti-citizen lobbying groups, the Texas Municipal League and Texas Association of Counties, celebrating their work with liberal House […]

Criminally indicted co-defendants Riley, Davenport file petitions in Court of Criminal Appeals

Austin, April 14 – Criminally indicted co-defendants Charlie Riley and Marc Davenport, the Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner and local political boss, respectively, whose criminal indictments the Ninth Court of Appeals reinstated on February 7, 2018, filed their petitions for discretionary review with the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in Austin on Monday, April 9, 2018. […]

Co-Defendants Riley, Davenport briefs due April 9 in their criminal case in Texas Court of Criminal Appeals

Austin and Conroe, April 8 – Co-Defendants Charlie Riley and Marc Davenport, the Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner and local political boss, respectively, whose criminal indictments the Ninth Court of Appeals reinstated on February 7, 2018, must file their petitions for discretionary review with the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in Austin by Monday, April […]

Montgomery County’s Precinct 2 Commissioner Riley loses his moorings, admits corruption, wrongdoing in Unabomberesque screed

Montgomery County’s Precinct 2 Commissioner Riley loses his moorings, admits corruption, wrongdoing in Unabomberesque screed

Image: Corruption bonded with corruption and nepotism bonded with nepotism, when Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, who created jobs for his wife and his nephew at taxpayer expense and whose constituents are County engineering firms and other vendors who pay for his criminal legal defense fund, embraced JP James Metts who cost the County […]

If Doyal, Riley convicted, they’d be removed from office, Democrat could possibly replace them

If Doyal, Riley convicted, they’d be removed from office, Democrat could possibly replace them

Image: Criminal co-indictees Marc Davenport (left) and Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal (right). Conroe, March 3 – Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political boss Marc Davenport are criminal co-indictees for allegedly violating Section 551.143 of the Texas Government Code, a provision of the Texas Open Meetings Act. […]

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