DAILY E-LERT

 

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

TODAY'S HEADLINE NEWS

 

 

Chinese Continue Protest Against Media Censorship

AIG: Thank You America, But We May Sue You

Judge Dismisses Suit Alleging Misleading Jobs Stats at Albany Law School

Supreme Court lets embryonic stem cell research go forward

Oil sands' toxins 'accumulate in freshwater ecosystems'

U.S. Legal Officials Split Over How to Prosecute Terrorism Detainees

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Index to Supreme Court of Texas

 

The Index to the Supreme Court of Texas database documents the activity and opinions of the Supreme Court of Texas, as reported in the Texas Supreme Court Journal and Southwestern Reporter. Its information is updated weekly. The Index includes three tables which aid the researcher in locating information concerning a case of interest:

Table of Cases (an alphabetical listing of all cases currently filed with the Supreme Court of Texas)

Statutes Construed Table (lists all statutes and rules construed in current opinions)

Subsequent History Table (includes a notation indicating that a petition for review, application for writ of error, or original proceeding has been filed with or disposed of by the Court)

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