Thursday, March 22, 2012

Tonight's Reasonable Doubt (3/22/12)

Join us tonight at 8 p.m. for Reasonable Doubt with me and Todd Dupont.  Our scheduled guest in Republican candidate for the 174th District Court Joe Vinas.  Note, I say "scheduled" because he still had a  potential scheduling conflict that he had to resolve.  Hopefully he will be able to work it out and be on the show.

Over the next coming weeks, we hope to have all the candidates in contested primaries on the show.  We've extended invitations to Pat Lykos and, yes, even Lloyd Oliver to be on the show for the D.A. race.  All episodes with candidates will get posted on the blog.

So, join us tonight at 8 p.m.  You can watch it live streaming online by clicking here.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

First

Anonymous said...

http://harriscountyconservativepolitics.com/2012/03/21/596/

...and another Republican gets it.

Anonymous said...

Very good show. It would be interesting to know what the docket trial backlog is like in all the courts, that was interesting. It's sad that there are 150+ waiting for trial in one court.

Anonymous said...

Murray, you say all contestd Republican primary candidates ... the civils too? You should have the Civils. There are some doozies running. Heck with 26 district seats lost in 2008 and the GOP thinkng they can win them back in 2012, everyone and his brother filed. There are also some outstanding candidates.

Anonymous said...

Leitner is listed as a speaker at UT Law conference: Prosecutorial Oversight: A national dialogue in the wake of Connick v. Thompson.

Anonymous said...

Please vote for Joe! His primary opponent, Robert Summerlin, would is a scary alternative. Robert was one of the worst colleagues I ever had the misfortune of working with. He made a lot of people miserable. As Judge, I think his behavior would be worse than it was when he was an ADA.

Anonymous said...

Another republican group votes 95% for Anderson. Also, Lykos had a "conflicting event."

http://sanjacintorepublicanwomen.com/?p=491