IN THE NEWS
No More Dodging Bullets, a book by Amy Herrig.
"Ex-Congressman Sentenced to 10 Years
for Stealing Charitable Donations" reported in the New York Times.
"Did Gas Pipe defendants know they were trafficking drugs? Jurors will decide" reported in the Dallas Morning News.
Injustice: The Story of the Holy Land Foundation Five, a book by Miko Peled.
"Accidental Warrior: The Life and Time of Barrett Brown," a full-length documentary produced, directed and edited by Anna Zetchus Smith.
"Lawyers for Price Cost a Fortune, but That Fortune Was Well Spent," reported in the Dallas Observer.
"Wednesday Morning Quarterbacking the John Wiley Price Verdict. Wanna Bet?" reported in the Dallas Observer.
"Five Things to Know Before the Impending Verdict In The United States of America v. John Wiley Price, et al." reported in the Dallas Observer.
"Are prosecutors blowing the case against John Wiley Price?" reported in the Dallas Morning News.
"John Wiley Price Trial: Your Week 1 Recap" reported in the Dallas Observer.
"Shadow Play: Defense Fires Some Sharp Arrows in the John Wiley Price Federal Corruption Trial" reported in the Dallas Observer.
"Defense Team Launches Counterattack Against FBI Testimony at JWP Trial" reported in the Dallas Observer.
"Chelsea Manning's Lawyer, a New Mexico 'Trailblazer,' Zeroed In on Key Distinctions" reported in The National Law Journal.
"Relatively Free" a documentary short on the release of Barrett Brown from custody by Alex Winter for Field of Vision.
"No New Trial Needed In $374M Medicare Fraud, Gov't Says" reported in Law360.
"The Children of ISIS" reported in Rolling Stone.
"Barrett Brown's Lawyer Speaks Out" reported in HuffPost Live.
"Barrett Brown Sentenced to 63 Months in Prison, Looks Horrible in Mustard Yellow Jail Togs" reported in D Magazine.
"Second Lawyer to help Price Co-Defendant Dapheny Fain" reported in the Dallas Morning News.
"Man tied to hacking group Anonymous back in court" reported in Huffington Post.
"Overwhelming volume of electronic evidence threatens to transform justice system" reported in the Dallas Morning News.
"200 Terabytes of Government E-Discovery Abuse" reported in Forbes.
"Terror trial case is false, defense says" reported in the Los Angeles Times.
"Survey Reveals Little Change in Sentencing Habits After Booker" reported in the Texas Lawyer.
"Pakistani gets five years for blades in carry-on at D/FW" reported in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram
"Colleyville businesswoman sentenced: Spa owner gets 61/2 years in prison for money laundering" reported in the Dallas Morning News.
"Mail fraud conviction overturned: Federal judge changes jury verdict in ex-Dallas officer's auto title case" reported in the Dallas Morning News.