Thursday, April 18, 2013

Reasonable Doubt Return Tonight (4/18/13)

After a several week hiatus, Reasonable Doubt returns to live TV at 8:00 p.m. tonight with a ton of topics to talk about.  We are still working on getting a guest lined up but there is no shortage of topics to discuss from the Kaufman County arrests, the Montgomery County attempted murder-for-hire, and a lot of stuff going on with Legislature and in the Supreme Court.

Tune in tonight with your questions.  I'll let you know when we get a guest.  As always, you catch us live streaming by clicking here.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Two prosecutors die: You post.

Bomb at a marathon and a plant explosion killing even more: You don't post.

Priorities...

A Harris County Lawyer said...

10:50,

Don't be an idiot.

I write about things going on in the Harris County Criminal Justice world. You won't find me talking about the Jodi Arias or North Korea here, either.

What happened in Boston and in West makes me sick to my stomach, but I have no specialized knowledge on terrorism or plant disasters. I write about what I know.

It has nothing to do with priorities.

Anonymous said...

Where have you been lately? Everything okay?

Anonymous said...

"I write about things going on in the Harris County Criminal Justice world."

Hasse and McLelland were from Harris County?

A Harris County Lawyer said...

Right. The murder of State of Texas prosecutors had no bearing on the world of Harris County whatsoever, because it occurred in another county.

Anonymous said...

What about the prosecutor who became a judge and got arrested today? We heard some of that behavior is going on in Harris county.Is that just a rumor?

A Harris County Lawyer said...

8:23 p.m.,
Not that I've seen or heard of from any of the defense bar. Everybody seems to be going so much better now that Lykos and the Gang Who Couldn't Shoot Straight packed up their carnival and left town.

Anonymous said...

Take off your rosé-colored glasses, Murray. Things are not "so much better." We have 5 mean girls in charge at the DA's Office and if you haven't heard of the issues, you need to listen a little better. When stupid ad questionable moves were done under Lykos, you quickly pointed those out. Stupid and questionable moves have been made again and you're silent. I understand that you have friends there, but TRY to be somewhat objective.

Anonymous said...

Anon 9:22

You are so right! Things are not good. Come on next election.

A Harris County Lawyer said...

In every administration, there will be personnel moves that don't sit well with some of the Office. Unless you are talking about the systematic bullying of fellow prosecutors and a paranoid policy that put self-preservation over everything else, I think we are still much better off than the previous Administration.

For those of you who are waiting for the Lykos Bus to come back around the CJC, however, I think you're in for a long wait.

I don't think the Anderson Administration is going to be creating the monthly scandals that Lykos and Leitner gave us.

charles said...

I'm hearing Mike is getting ready for a showdown full blown trial. It will be his first corruption trial with victor trevino on may 25,2013. I hear Chip is ready any news to that Murray.