The Third Court of Appeals in Austin upheld the lower court decision regarding the former museum building. I wrote about that trial here. In the trial, it appeared from the newspaper account that one of the defendant’s key witnesses was impeached. The court of appeals apparently did not agree with my assessment. See San
Sale of Museum to Low Bidder is Upheld
By Thomas J. Crane on
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When I was a young lawyer, fresh out of law school, I worked as a law clerk for a state district judge in small town Louisiana. My judge had sat on the bench for close to 20 years. Prior to serving as a judge, he had worked as a prosecutor for 10 years or so.