Justice Medina’s Saga Continues

As we’ve previously written, Republican Supreme Court Justice Medina and his wife were indicted last month by a Harris County grand jury for conduct relating to a fire at their home. Shortly thereafter, the Republican district attorney had the indictments dismissed.

Now the case takes another twist. Six members of the grand jury have sued so they can speak out about the evidence in the case. The jurors contend that the district attorney and other lawyers in his office have waived any privileges of secrecy by continually talking about the case.

I don’t know where this will go, but it’s obviously not going away any time soon.

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