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Title: Political intelligence: Annals of juvenile justice - not quite fixed
Authors: Michels,Patrick
Source: Texas Observer, Sep-12, 104 :9    
Subjects: Juvenile detention homes - Law and legislation Texas Youth Commission Texas Juvenile Probation Commission Texas Juvenile Justice Department Whitmire John Madden Jerry
Ref ID: 94742
 
Title: The innocent man, part 1
Authors: Colloff,Pamela
Source: Texas Monthly, November 2012, 40 :11 ,pg 128- 135+
Subjects: False imprisonment Morton Michael Morton Christine Boutwell Jim Administration of criminal justice - Austin (Tex.)Wood Don Anderson Ken
Additional Information: Profiles the investigation into the1986 murder of Christine Morton in North Austin, the subsequent arrest and trial of her husband, Michael, and his ultimate exoneration after years in prison.
Ref ID: 95102
 
Title: The trials of Eroy Brown: The murder case that shook the Texas prison system
Authors: Berryhill,Michael
Source: Texas Observer, Nov-11, 103 :16 ,pg 14-20-  
Subjects: Brown Eroy False imprisonment Estelle W. J. "Jim" Justice William Wayne Texas Department of Corrections Habern Bill Washington Craig Moore Billy Max Adams Bill Pack Wallace
Additional Information: The Trials of Eroy Brown: The Murder Case that Shook the Texas Prison System by Michael Berryhill.
Ref ID: 92775
 
Title: Political intelligence: The political beat - Slush fund?
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, Nov-11, 103 :16 ,pg 3-4-  
Subjects: Texas Enterprise Fund Perry Rick Texans for Public Justice Wheat Andrew
Ref ID: 92859
 
Title: Political intelligence: The last boot camp
Authors: DePrang,Emily
Source: Texas Observer, Mar-12, 104 :3    
Subjects: Shock incarceration Texas Department of Criminal Justice
Additional Information: T.L. Roach unit in Childress County is the last state-run offender boot camp in Texas.
Ref ID: 93237
 
Title: Editor's letter: The scales of injustice
Authors: Silverstein,Jake
Source: Texas Monthly, Jun-12, 40 :6 ,pg 32-  
Subjects: False imprisonment Criminal justice - Administration of
Ref ID: 94336
 
Title: Trials and errors
Authors: Silverstein,Jake;Hall,Michael
Source: Texas Monthly, Jun-12, 40 :6 ,pg 146- 151+
Subjects: False imprisonment Criminal justice - Administration of
Additional Information: Roundtable discussion on the large number of Texans convicted of serious crimes who are later exonerated, moderated by the authors and featuring a panel of criminal justice experts and an exoneree: Art Acevedo; Rodney Ellis; Anthony Graves; Barbara Hervey; Kelly Siegler; Craig Watkins.
Ref ID: 94338
 
Title: Red River justice
Authors: Michels,Patrick
Source: Texas Observer, Jul-12, 104 :7 ,pg 22- 29
Subjects: Political corruption Racism - Red River County Red River County - Politics and government Lesher Rhonda Lesher Mark Cooksey Lynn Varley Val Justice William Wayne Harbison Brandon Coyel Shannon McCarver Red Coyel Jerry Richardson Vergil Calloway Kevin Lee Clyde Richardson Jermicole Reed Terry LaRowe Lynn
Additional Information: Attorney Mark Lesher fought the corrupt justice system in this East Texas county until it came for him too.
Ref ID: 94746
 
Title: Fed up!
Authors: Hall,Michael
Source: Texas Monthly, Jan-12, 40 :1 ,pg 10- 12
Subjects: Crime Criminal justice - Administration of LaFuente Richard Murder
Additional Information: Details the case of Richard LaFuente who was convicted in 1986 for the murder of Eddie Peltier. The author suggests he is innocent and compares this to the cases of Michael Morton and Anthony Graves who were wrongly convicted of murder and later exonerate
Ref ID: 93250
 
Title: Editorial: A different kind of Texas justice
Authors:
Source: Texas Observer, Jan-12, 104 :1    
Subjects: Criminals - Rehabilitation Texas Department of Criminal Justice
Additional Information: Editorial advocating programs like the Baby and Mother Bonding Initiative and veteran courts, both of which are jail diversion programs
Ref ID: 93199
 
Title: Baby steps
Authors: Claitor,Diana
Source: Texas Observer, Jan-12, 104 :1 ,pg 21- 25
Subjects: Texas Department of Criminal Justice Baby and Mother Bonding Initiative (BAMBI) Criminals - Rehabilitation
Additional Information: Texas Department of Criminal Justice-sponsored program to reduce recidivism among female inmates who are new mothers
Ref ID: 93222
 
Title: After the parade: Courts ease homecoming for troubled vets
Authors: Levinson,Leila
Source: Texas Observer, Jan-12, 104 :1 ,pg 14- 19
Subjects: Texas Department of Criminal Justice Veterans Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Additional Information: Veterans courts, an initiative of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, purposed with jail diversion programs for veterans, particularly those suffering from PTSD.
Ref ID: 93266
 
Title: State of Texas: Texas' sputtering death machine
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, Jan-12, 104 :1 ,pg 26-  
Subjects: Capital punishment Criminal justice - Administration of
Additional Information: Chart displaying the reduction in death sentences administered from 2004 through 2011 compared to the increase in life without parole sentences.
Ref ID: 93272
 
Title: Narrative of neglect: Texas prisons for men
Authors: Price,J. Keith//Susan Coleman
Source: East Texas Historical Journal, Fall 2011, 49 :2 ,pg 44- 68
Subjects: Prisons -- History Texas Department of Criminal Justice -- History Prison reformers
Additional Information: Tables: (1) Historical Eras of the Texas Prison System; (2) Benchmarks in Texas Prison Growth; (3) Texas Prison Leadership.
Ref ID: 91963
 
Title: The innocent man, part 2
Authors: Colloff,Pamela
Source: Texas Monthly, December 2012, 40 :12 ,pg 168- 175+
Subjects: False imprisonment Morton Michael Morton Christine Boutwell Jim Administration of criminal justice - Austin (Tex.)Wood Don Anderson Ken Bradley John
Additional Information: Part 2 of story about the investigation into the1986 murder of Christine Morton in North Austin, the subsequent arrest and trial of her husband, Michael, and his ultimate exoneration after years in prison.
Ref ID: 95103
 
Title: Political intelligence: Dept. of wealth redistribution - lien on me
Authors: DePrang,Emily
Source: Texas Observer, December 2012, 104 :12    
Subjects: Kerrville (Tex.) - Health facilities Psychiatric hospitals - Law and legislation Criminal justice - Administration of
Additional Information: Criminal defendent involuntarily committed to Kerrville State Hospital amassing huge bills for treatment. Debate over who pays, the patient or the state.
Ref ID: 95119
 
Title: Editor's letter
Authors: Silverstein,Jake
Source: Texas Monthly, December 2012, 40 :12 ,pg 24-  
Subjects: Morton Michael False imprisonment Administration of criminal justice Colloff Pamela Texas Monthly (Periodical) - Investigative reporting
Additional Information: Concerns the two part story in Texas Monthly about Michael Morton, falsely convicted and imprisoned for the murder of his wife.
Ref ID: 95286
 
Title: Letter from Eagle Pass: Minor emergency - In the past eighteen months, more than one hundred middle- and high-school-age kids have been arrested for smuggling drugs across the border from Piedras Negras. The numbers may be on the rise--unless one juvenile
Authors: Tobia,P. J.
Source: Texas Monthly, Aug-11, 39 :8 ,pg 70+-  
Subjects: Eagle Pass (Tex.) - Drug traffic Juvenile justice Administration of Ballou Bruce Castaneda Tony
Ref ID: 92951
 
Title: Political intelligence: From the happy talk files - Youth movement
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, 8-Apr-11, 103 :7    
Subjects: Madden Jerry Texas Youth Commission Administration of juvenile justice
Ref ID: 91206
 
Title: Lifestyles of the corrupt and elected: How do Texas legislators live large on their $7,200 salaries? Campaign funds pay for lavish perks and personal expenses, courtesy of special interests
Authors: Mann,Dave;Rapoport,Abby
Source: Texas Observer, 7-Jan-11, 102 :23   13
Subjects: Legislators - Texas Fraser Troy Aggott Greg Estes Craig Patrick Dan Nelson Jane Whitmire John Gallegos Mario Jr Shapiro Florence Perry Rick Campaign funds Lobbying Texans for Public Justice McDonald Craig Brown Fred Texas Ethics Commission Eversole Jerry
Additional Information: Should be v.103, no.1.
Ref ID: 90637
 
Title: Paying for crime
Authors: Aguilar,Julian
Source: Texas Weekly, 2010, 27 :2    
Subjects: Budget deficits Texas Department of Criminal Justice Texas Youth Commission
Additional Information: ID: 608; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 84854
 
Title: Letter from Corpus Christi: The great pretender - He founded a law firm in Corpus Christi. He referred personal-injury cases to powerful litigators across South Texas. And he lived the high-rolling life of a successful plaintiff's attorney. There was just
Authors: Colloff,Pamela
Source: Texas Monthly, 2010, 38 :5 ,pg 68+-  
Subjects: Celis Mauricio Corpus Christi (Tex.) - Law firms CGT Law Group International Cisneros Carlos South Texas Region - Administration of justice Legal ethics
Additional Information: ID: 270; The Case Runner by Carlos Cisneros.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 84944
 
Title: The 2010 agenda: Criminal justice
Authors: Henson,Scott
Source: Texas Weekly, 2010, 27 :2    
Subjects: Criminal justice - Administration of
Additional Information: ID: 611; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 85080
 
Title: Purple state: Populism vs WASPulism
Authors: Moser,Bob
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :8 ,pg 28-  
Subjects: Populism Social justice Perry Rick
Additional Information: ID: 258; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 85253
 
Title: Political intelligence: Tyrant's foe - The families' advocate
Authors: Burke,Laura
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :19    
Subjects: Jackson Tarsha Administration of criminal justice - Houston (Tex.)
Additional Information: ID: 328; Includes photograph.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 90026
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