Two state lawmakers hope their bill – and a constitutional amendment – will speed up the process of releasing jailed defendants who are considered unlikely to skip their court date or become safety risks. The proposed legislation would require judges to use an automated, pretrial “risk-assessment” system to measure those risks before making bail decisions. The goal is to allow [..]
SAN ANGELO, TX – Robert Lamar Miller, 45, charged with the murder of his late wife Naomi Michelle Miller, appeared in the Tom Green County Court House this morning for a motion for his right to Habeas Corpus. Habeas Corpus is a court order to a person or agency holding someone in custody to deliver [..]
Last week, governor Abbott signed a bill into law that would allow first time DWI offenders to apply for a “non-disclosure” which would place restrictions on who can see your criminal record, like employers, if you get an “ignition interlock” on your vehicle. Some say while the law is a positive step, they think more [..]
Around 2,200 convicted criminals will soon be notified by Travis County prosecutors that forensic evidence in their cases may have been flawed because of faulty testing at APD’s crime lab. KVUE reported that officials will send out the first round of letters to 642 people with addresses that have recently been verified by prosecutors and [..]
A 35-year-old man originally charged with murder agreed to a plea deal on a lesser charge. Queandro Quarles Junior was charged in the death of 36-year-old Kenneth Sneed. Sneed died after being knocked down and struck in the head in October of 2015. It happened in front of a Ballinger apartment complex and investigators say [..]
Members of the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce Concho Cadre helped with a ribbon cutting on a new attorney’s office. Brian Raymond had the help of several representatives with the official opening of his office on west Beauregard. He says he’s ready to go to work. Raymond’s office is at 202 west Beauregard.