Paxton Signs Multistate Letter Urging Joe Biden to Declare Fentanyl a Weapon of Mass Destruction
Attorney General Paxton has signed a multistate letter led by Florida and Connecticut requesting the Biden Administration designate fentanyl as a weapon of mass destruction.
The Law Enforcement Round Up is comprised of important arrests made statewide from the Child Exploitation, Human Trafficking, Medicaid Fraud Control, and Fugitive Apprehension Units.
Paxton’s Law Enforcement Defense Division Wins Major Trial in Case that Went Up to U.S. Supreme Court
A jury sided with a law enforcement officer represented by Attorney General Paxton’s Law Enforcement Defense Division in a case that went all the way up to the U.S. Supreme Court.
AG Paxton’s Criminal Prosecution Trial Team Secures Life Sentence for Sex Offender Who Shot Deputy in the Face
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s Criminal Prosecutions trial team secured a guilty verdict this week against a man who committed Aggravated Assault on a Public Servant.
Attorney General Paxton is pleased to announce on June 30, 2022, after six hours of deliberations, a jury returned a capital murder guilty verdict in the case of State v. Freddie Lee Smith.
The law enforcement round up highlights important arrests made with the assistance of the Child Exploitation, Human Trafficking, and Fugitive Apprehension units in April.
The law enforcement round up highlights important arrests from the Human Trafficking, Child Exploitation, and Fugitive Apprehension units.
A federal jury convicted a Texas couple, Lindell King and Ynedra Diggs, for a $1 million Medicare fraud scheme.
James Mark Bishop, a top 10 Texas Most Wanted Fugitive, was arrested in Medford, Oregon on March 28, 2022, for Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Young Child and Indecency with a Child by Sexual Contact, for offenses alleged to have occurred in Texas.
Attorney General Ken Paxton’s Criminal Prosecutions Division was responsible for securing a guilty verdict in State of Texas vs. Hollis Willingham for capital murder from a Leon County Jury in the 369th District Court. Willingham was arrested and convicted of the 2007 murder of Jim Craig Martin.