Montgomery County District Attorney Ligon, County Attorney Griffin, Hyder urge Texas House to revive Texas Open Meetings Act in Austin committee hearing

Austin, April 3 – State Representative Steve Toth presented House Bill 2965, a bill to amend Section 143 of the Texas Open Meetings Act to the Texas House of Representatives Committee on State Affairs on Monday, April, 2019. The purpose of Toth’s bill, as he explained was to meet the objections of the Texas Court […]

BREAKING NEWS! “Nixonian” paranoia sweeps through Montgomery County Commissioner Riley’s office, as he attempts to quash lawful complaints

BREAKING NEWS! “Nixonian” paranoia sweeps through Montgomery County Commissioner Riley’s office, as he attempts to quash lawful complaints

Image: Richard Nixon began a strong presidency in 1969 but after months of paranoia inside the White House during the Watergate scandal and after Senator John Stennis (D-Mississippi), one of Nixon’s most ardent supporters, finally advised him to resign, Nixon left the Presidency by resignation on August 9, 1974, one night after he announced his […]

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 […]

Doyal’s sentence at the end of his criminal brief reveals fundamental problem with him as elected servant

Doyal’s sentence at the end of his criminal brief reveals fundamental problem with him as elected servant

Image: Craig Doyal, man of “privilege.” Austin and Conroe, July 18 – One sentence at the end of criminally-indicted Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal’s brief to the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in the criminal case against him for allegedly conspiring to violate the Texas Open Meetings Act (TOMA) reveals the fundamental problem in Doyal’s […]

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 […]

THE BIGGEST BREAKING NEWS OF ALL! Criminal indictees Doyal, Riley, Davenport must face a jury, as Court of Appeals reinstates TOMA criminal cases against them!!!!!!!

THE BIGGEST BREAKING NEWS OF ALL!!!!!!! Beaumont, January 7 – The Beaumont Court of Appeals reversed the dismissal of the criminal indictments of Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political boss Marc Davenport (who has claimed to be a County official on several occasions, largely thanks to the […]

MAJOR BREAKING NEWS! Court of Appeals to consider Doyal, Riley, Davenport criminal case on accelerated basis, denies oral argument

Beaumont, January 4 – The Beaumont Court of Appeals decided that it could no longer countenance delays by criminal defendants Craig Doyal, Montgomery County Judge, Charlie Riley, Precinct Two Montgomery County Commissioner, and Marc Davenport, local political boss and consultant. The Court of Appeals ruled yesterday on its own motion that it would handle the […]

Court of Appeals to hear all oral arguments in criminal cases against Doyal, Riley, Davenport on January 25

Beaumont, November 4 – The Beaumont Court of Appeals agreed on Thursday to hear together all of the oral arguments in the criminal cases under the Texas Open Meetings Act against Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley, and local political boss Marc Davenport. The oral arguments will occur on January […]