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Teen to be tried as adult in Montgomery Co. double murder
Thursday, March 1, 2018

County Attorney’s Office Receives Multiple Terroristic
Threats Involving Area Schools

County Attorney’s Office Receives Multiple Terroristic Threats Involving Area Schools
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
“In light of the recent tragedy in Florida, I would like to provide some information to the community,” announced Montgomery County Attorney J D Lambright.  The County Attorney’s Office has jurisdiction over all Class B and higher offenses committed by children under the age of 17 in Montgomery County, making Lambright’s office the recipient of most student-based school threats around the county…READ MORE

Juvenile Certified to Stand Trial as Adult on Capital Murder Charges
Friday, February 23, 2018

Sixteen-year-old Vanterrial Jones has been certified to stand trial as an adult for his role in a robbery that left two young men dead in the Tamina neighborhood last summer.  The Honorable Dennis Watson, Judge of the Montgomery County Juvenile Court, reached that decision after hearing testimony and argument in the case this past Tuesday and Wednesday.  With this transfer to adult court, the juvenile’s identity is now a matter of public record for the first time since his arrest on July 27, 2017…READ MORE

JP Mack dropped from federal suit over prayer; case continues against county
Tuesday, January 30, 2018

The lawsuit against Montgomery County concerning invocation in the courtroom will continue as planned as plaintiffs recently clarified the defendants. The case is set to be heard by a federal judge in January 2019. Plaintiffs with the Freedom of Religion Foundation originally filed suit against Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Wayne Mack in March 2017 before clarifying their intentions, stating they were suing Mack in his official capacity as a justice of the peace…READ MORE

Challenger says county treasurer noncompliant with posting balance statements 
Monday, January 22, 2018

County treasurer candidate Melanie Bush is continuing to push the issue of lack of transparency in the Treasurer’s Office, questioning its compliance with the law and why the county’s statements of balances are not posted monthly in a timely manner to the county website. However, County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport fired back, calling Bush’s claims a “political ambush.”…READ MORE

Bush counters in open records battle involving county treasurer race
Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Montgomery County treasurer candidate Melanie Bush has filed a brief with the Texas Attorney General’s Office in response to County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport’s brief seeking an AG’s Opinion regarding whether the Treasurer Office Procedure Guides developed in 2014 are exempt from the Public Information Act…. READ MORE

County treasurer blocks challenger’s access to department procedure, policy manual
Saturday, December 16, 2017

Montgomery County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport has blocked an open records request from challenger Melanie Bush for the department’s policy and procedure manual, instead seeking an Attorney General opinion as well as input from Commissioners Court on the matter… READ MORE


Commissioners take no position on open records request by treasurer, wait for AG opinion
Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Montgomery County Treasurer Stephanne Davenport took the opportunity to explain why she blocked an open records request from challenger Melanie Bush for the department’s policy and procedure manual saying it is to protect the county financially. The issue is being sent to the Texas Attorney General for an opinion. However, Davenport wanted to air her side during Commissioners Court Tuesday morning. However, the meeting, scheduled to start at 9:30 a.m., dragged into the early afternoon due to technical issues with the audio and visual recording components in the Commissioners Courtroom that took around an hour combined to resolve as the court and attendees endured two long breaks as the problem was being fixed… READ MORE

Montgomery County to launch pilot program for representing mentally ill
Tuesday,November 18, 2017

Commissioners on Tuesday approved a pilot program for County Court-at-Law 4, which, among other responsibilities, handles a majority of the county’s mental health commitment proceedings. The proceedings usually are brought on by a judge, police officer, parent or guardian who believes a person with mental illness is in need of emergency treatment, according to Assistant Montgomery County Attorney Daniel Plake…  READ MORE

Conviction of man who burned boy to cover up rape
Friday, October 17, 2017

With all state appeals exhausted, Montgomery County officials believe Don Willburn Collins’ capital murder conviction and 40-year prison sentence are finally affirmed after the Texas Supreme Court refused to look into the case Oct. 20…. READ MORE

Family, supporters want Conroe ISD action over racist student-to student Snapchat
Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Family and supporters of a black female who attends The Woodlands High School Ninth Grade Campus confronted Conroe ISD board members Tuesday night regarding the district’s lack of action after a classmate reportedly sent the girl a racist Snapchat message in September…  READ MORE

Conroe couple adds more names to the horse seizure suit
Tuesday, October 17, 2017

More Montgomery County officials now are listed in a lawsuit filed by a Conroe couple wanting to regain possession of nearly 200 horses they were   of cruelly treating… READ MORE

With ‘COPS’ in Montgomery County, contract eases liability
Sunday, Septemebr 24, 2017

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office started hosting a camera crew from the famed reality TV show “COPS” Tuesday in hopes of making it on air for the show’s 30th season…READ MORE

Conroe couple sues deputy, Houston SPCA over seizure of emaciated horses  
Thursday, September 14, 2017

The Conroe couple convicted of cruelly treating an entire herd of horses is suing a deputy and member of the Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in federal court…  READ MORE

Montgomery County commissioners to consider RFP for emergency bulk fuel   
Saturday, September 9, 2017

After being hit with a 118 percent fuel price hike, Montgomery County commissioners will consider issuing a request for proposals for the purchase of emergency bulk fuel. The court will meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday on the fourth floor of the Alan B. Sadler Administration Building…  READ MORE

Teenage Tamina double murder suspect could be tried as adult
Thursday, September 6, 2017

A 16-year-old accused of having an “active role” in the murder of two young Tamina residents in July might be tried as an adult. The juvenile, whose name was not released, is one of four people accused in the July 20 shooting that left Jaquise Williams, 23, and Akeem Russell, 24, dead. He and Conroe residents Roman Pray, 18, Tomas Lizcano, 17, and Roddrick Jordan, 30, were all charged in the shooting…  READ MORE

Commissioner Balks at Bulk Fuel Price Hike
Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Montgomery County officials are reviewing a bulk fuel contract with Houston-based Suncoast Resources Inc. after the supplier raised its fuel price 118 percent, forcing county employees to fill up at area gas stations at a lower price. The company also upped its delivery fee from a flat rate of $175 to $275 per hour… READ MORE

Hammers prompt review of commissioners courtroom security  
Friday, July 14, 2017

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is reviewing security operations at several county buildings in response to some members of Commissioners Court questioning Sheriff Rand Henderson about audience members bringing hammers into the Alan B. Sadler Administration Building in Conroe…  READ MORE

Montgomery County Prosecutors charging juveniles as adults
July 5, 2017

Courtroom prayer lawsuit targets Montgomery County, too  
Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Montgomery County is now a defendant in the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s lawsuit against courtroom prayer in a justice of the peace court. The county was served in the suit last week, according to Montgomery County Attorney J D Lambright. The county will be defending itself and will not seek outside counsel as commissioners approved a resolution stating such Tuesday…  READ MORE

Montgomery County officials, business leaders tout home visits for at-risk families
Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Public officials from the law enforcement and business communities in Montgomery County gathered Tuesday to address the importance of professional home visits to at-risk families…  READ MORE

Ligon, Lambright school MCRW on public integrity, county ethics policy  
Friday, May 26, 2017

Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon and Montgomery County Attorney J D Lambright spoke at the Montgomery County Republican Women’s meeting in River Plantation over lunch May 25, outlining Ligon’s Public Integrity Unit and the county’s recent ethics policy, which was approved by the Montgomery County Commissioners Court in January…  READ MORE

DA reviewing county judge’s campaign video for possible violation
Monday, May 22, 2017

Two county elected officials – previously indicted on a charge of conspiring to circumvent the Texas Open Meetings Act – potentially violated the Texas Election Code or the county’s newly adopted ethics policy by using county property and a county email in political advertising…  READ MORE

Sponsors, students make Mike Ogg awards a success
Saturday, May 20, 2017

In attendance to honor our Montgomery County Scholar Athletes were District Superintendents, high school principals and coaches, Doyal, Clark and County Attorney J D Lambright…  READ MORE

County amends ordinance to target illegal massage parlors  
Tuesday, May 9, 2017

The Montgomery County Attorney’s Office and the District Attorney’s Office are taking aim at regulations regarding sexually oriented business to help combat sex trafficking…  READ MORE

In spite of family ties, Inman remains on county Ethics Committee  
Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Montgomery County commissioners unanimously agreed to keep Dale Inman on the county’s newly formed Ethics Committee amid concerns brought to the County Attorney’s Office regarding his relationship with other county and state employees. County Attorney J D Lambright spoke to the court Tuesday after receiving several inquiries about Inman, who is the son-in-law of Judge Olen Underwood, of the Second Administrative Judicial Region of Texas. Lambright also noted that while Underwood is a state employee, he does have staff members on the county payroll and has been in a long-term relationship with a Montgomery County elected official…  READ MORE

Capital Murder conviction upheld for 1998 burning of Robert Middleton
Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Capital Murder conviction upheld for 1998 burning of Robert Middleton
Tuesday, April 4, 2017

In a 46-page legal opinion, the Ninth Court of Appeals affirmed the capital murder conviction of Don Collins. District Attorney Brett Ligon and County Attorney J D Lambright have both expressed their satisfaction with the ruling…  READ MORE

Commissioners debate, agree on Ethics Committee members  
Tuesday, March 28, 2017

During a spirited debate over nominees for Montgomery County’s Ethics Committee Tuesday, County Attorney J D Lambright cautioned Commissioners Court about choosing individuals who could cast doubt over the integrity of the group due to real, potential or perceived conflicts of interest.
Commissioners considered Lambright’s warning regarding former county employees, relatives and others connected to the county serving on the committee before deciding on the five-member committee, which will hear ethics complaints concerning county employees and most elected officials. In four separate votes, the court approved the five-member committee only after a handful of nominees were struck from consideration due to those possible conflicts…  READ MORE

15 nominees for county ethics committee to be culled
Monday, March 27, 2017

In a previous article, County Attorney J D Lambright said the process will allow a person to seek an appeal in front of an independent arbitrator. The policy went into effect Feb. 1 but gave the commissioners 45 days to organize the ethics committee…  READ MORE

Supreme Court denies case of Magnolia man who brought shotgun to crash investigation
Tuesday, March 14, 2107

A Magnolia man who was put in handcuffs and placed in the back of a patrol car for carrying a gun to a car crash investigation outside his home in 2013 lost his last chance at suing Montgomery County for damages…  READ MORE

Conroe puts on one for the history books
Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Then it was on to the Spirit of Texas Bank, where Director Dean Bass, his assistant, Hope Robinson, and Denton Florian hosted a most enticing dinner. Here greetings stemmed from County Judge Craig Doyal, and County Attorney J.D. Lambright, while internationally recognized sculptor Craig Campobella expounded on his work depicting Texas History. Also featured were official Conroe Legends Mary McCoy and Roy Harris…  READ MORE

Slippery floor proves to be slipperier lawsuit for plaintiff
Saturday, March 4, 2017

A man who slipped and fell mere inches from a wet floor sign inside the Montgomery County Courthouse back in 2013 lost a lawsuit against the county…  READ MORE

Juvenile could be tried as adult in off-duty Montgomery County deputy’s beating  
Monday, February 20, 2017

The Montgomery County Attorney’s Office filed a notice Thursday, essentially asking County Court-at-Law 1 Judge Dennis Watson to allow the case against the juvenile to be transferred to the District Attorney’s Office. County Attorney J D Lambright said he’s confident in the juvenile’s chances of being tried as an adult, meaning the teenager could face up to 20 years in prison if convicted as an adult. “If this guy wants to run with the adults,” Lambright said, “he ought to be treated like an adult.”  READ MORE

TexCom begins construction; injection wells still on hold  
Thursday, February 16, 2017

Houston-based TexCom Gulf Disposal LLC has been granted permits to construct a driveway and three buildings on its property off FM 3083 in Conroe after a federal judge ruled in favor of Montgomery County and required the company to reapply for the permits…  READ MORE

Commissioners appoint former Conroe mayor to LSGCD board
February 14, 2017

Commissioners appoint former Conroe mayor to LSGCD board. Melder served on the City Council for four years then as mayor for eight years, with water being one of the most important issues of his service. Melder has battled the Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District and San Jacinto River Authority over data regarding the aquifer recharge…  Read More

Montgomery County Commissioners Court to host special session for LSGCD board appointment  
Monday, February 13, 2017

The Montgomery County Commissioners court will consider appointing a representative to the Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District board during a special meeting Tuesday…  READ MORE

Commissioners no longer invited to agenda review meeting
Saturday, February 11, 2017

At the request of County Attorney J D Lambright, the Montgomery County Judge’s Office is no longer inviting county commissioners to its Expanded Agenda Review Meeting…  READ MORE

Groups of tow trucks speeding to the scene have some calling for new rules
January 26, 2017

Montgomery County Commissioners give green light to detailed ethics policy
Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Three years after District Attorney Brett Ligon urged Montgomery County Commissioners Court to create and adopt an ethics policy, commissioners finalized a comprehensive 18-page policy Tuesday. The almost hour long discussion during the court’s meeting ended with commissioners approving the policy as submitted by the County Attorney’s Office with one small change. Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack suggested the ethics committee established by the new policy be unanimous in its findings to avoid frivolous claims…  READ MORE

County commissioners, judge should steer clear of pre-court agenda meetings
Sunday, January, 22, 2017

For about a year now, the Montgomery County Judge’s Office has been inviting all four elected commissioners to attend a meeting regarding the draft agenda for the upcoming Commissioners Court meeting…  READ MORE

Teen facing felony charge for Magnolia motorcycle pursuit
Friday, January 13, 2017

Now, the Montgomery County Attorney’s Office, which prosecutes juvenile cases, plans on charging the teen with a felony, according to Montgomery County Attorney J D Lambright. “As soon as we get the offense report,” Lambright said, “we’ll get a court order directive to apprehend.”  READ MORE

Ligon, Lambright urge ethics focus for 2017  
Wednesday, January 4, 2017

County Attorney J D Lambright, who was sworn in for his second term Sunday, agrees with Ligon and said a fundamental building block of any organization, whether it’s in the private sector or in government, “is to construct it around people who have a high level of integrity and who adhere to the highest standards of conduct both in their professional as well as their personal lives.”  READ MORE

Warrants issued for teens in robbery of off-duty Montgomery County deputy
Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office officials are looking for Michael “Mike” Gene Jones, left, and Israel Treqwuan Hunter, right, both of whom they believe robbed an off-duty deputy near Porter on Dec. 10…  READ MORE

Police detain teen believed to be wearing ‘don’t shoot’ shirt in deputy’s attack  
Sunday, December 18, 2016

Authorities believe the teen in a ‘don’t shoot’ shirt who attacked an off-duty Montgomery County Sheriff’s deputy at a gas station is a 16-year-old. The juvenile, whose name was not released, was arrested Saturday following an “intensive investigation” by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, according to a press release from the County Attorney’s Office. An arrest warrant has been issued for another individual in the case, according to the release… READ MORE

Montgomery County leaders hear importance of early childhood education  
Thursday, December 15, 2016

Conroe ISD elementary school officials are hoping to continue to receive a grant that helps early childhood education for lower-income families. Armstrong Elementary received a two-year grant from the state for almost $1 million that helps provide pre-kindergarten education to students in the school. County officials, including Montgomery County Sheriff-elect Rand Henderson and County Attorney J D Lambright, spent their Monday morning learning from teachers about the importance of an early childhood education. The two also read to young students who are in the school’s pre-K program…  READ MORE

Montgomery County Commissioner Meador named Boss of the Year & Montgomery County Attorney’s Office names Department of the Year
Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Department of the Year
The County Attorney’s Office accepted the award for Department of the Year together on stage.
“I’m so proud, so honored and so blessed,” said County Attorney JD Lambright. “We received this award the first year I was in office in 2013 and then here again to be awarded this–I think it says so much about the staff we put together, their dedication and the great job they are doing for all of our clients, many of whom are in this room today.”  READ MORE

12-year-old Montgomery County chase suspect released again
Tuesday, August 23, 2016

A Montgomery County judge again released a 12-year-old Montgomery County girl accused of leading police on a high-speed chase last June. She was in juvenile detention until Tuesday for violating terms of her original release last month, according to officials…  READ MORE

Judge extends 12-year-old’s detention stay
Thursday, August 11, 2016

The 12-year-old girl who took her grandmother’s car on a high-speed-police chase in June is staying in detention for now. In her fourth detention hearing Thursday, County Court at Law No. 1 Judge Dennis Watson ordered an extension for the girl who returned last week after violating a court order, according to Montgomery County Attorney J D Lambright…  READ MORE

12-year-old girl violates court order after release
Tuesday, August 2, 2017

The 12-year-old girl who took her grandmother’s car on a high speed police chase is back in detention. Montgomery County Attorney J D Lambright said the girl allegedly violated a court order, which her uncle reported, as required by the court. “She did not follow court orders,” Lambright said. “The care givers did follow court orders and turned her in.”  READ MORE

Judge extends 12-year-old’s detention after CPD chase
Tuesday, July 5, 2016

The 12-year-old girl who led a high-speed police chase in Conroe last week faced the judge on Tuesday.
Prosecutors showed the judge a condensed video of the girl allegedly speeding in her grandmother’s car in excess of 100 mph west on Texas 105 for 10 miles with her 7-year-old sister. “This is the first time the judge has seen or heard anything on the case,” said County Attorney J D Lambright, who handles juvenile cases. “I think he was just as astounded as anybody else that somebody wasn’t killed or seriously injured.” READ MORE

Floodwaters cause oil spill near Spring Creek  
Saturday, June 11, 2016

“They have the right to do things on that drill site even if we own the land,” said Assistant County Attorney BD Griffin. “The mineral (rights owner) has some primary rights.” Griffin said the lease for the minerals rights dates back to 1948. The county acquired the land in 2012 as part of the Spring Creek Nature Preserve project and only owns the surface rights…  READ MORE

Conroe horse owner trying to get horses back again after seizure  
Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Embattled horse owner Herman Hoffman says the court that took away his horses June 2015 did not have the legal authority to do so in a brief filed in May. Hoffman, through a legal consultant, claims the Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace court under Wayne Mack treated a hearing for the civil forfeiture of more than 200 horses as a criminal trial rather than a civil proceeding as the law dictates. “They actually held a criminal trial, had a criminal ruling and made a criminal disposition as if they were a court of higher authority,” said Bill Wilson, Hoffman’s legal consultant. “It’s terrible.”  READ MORE

Juvenile Division Chief discusses local cases at MCRW   
Thursday, May 26, 2016

Chief of the Juvenile Division of the Montgomery County Attorney’s Office Marc Brumberger discussed the cases he’s faced, trends in local crime, and the Juvenile Justice System at the Montgomery County Republican Women’s general meeting on Thursday at the River Plantation Country Club…  READ MORE




Paralegal in County Attorney’s Office Achieves Board Certification
March 29, 2016

On March 10, 2016, Crystal Self, a paralegal in the Montgomery County Attorney’s Office, was formally inducted into the Texas Board of Legal Specialization (TBLS) at a ceremony in Austin, Texas. This special recognition event signifies that Crystal passed the rigorous Paralegal Certification examination which was administered last November… READ MORE

Lambright declines to send a rent-a-voter opinion request 
Wednesday, March 16, 2016

County Attorney J D Lambright refused to request the legal opinion of the Texas attorney general on a recent election fueled by rent-a-voters in Conroe after advocates for those convicted in a 2010 voter fraud case requested he do so. With each of the four people convicted in the 2010 Woodlands Road Utility District No. 1 election making appeals, Bob Bagley with the Montgomery County Tea Party asked Lambright’s office for the request, but was denied shortly thereafter… READ MORE

Montgomery County Attorney’s Office Sends Record Number of  

Juvenile Offenders to Texas Juvenile Justice Department

February 24, 2016

Montgomery County Attorney J D Lambright has released information concerning a significant increase in the number of juveniles the county has incarcerated in the Texas Juvenile Justice Department (TJJD)…

Letter to the Editor: Holding nose while voting for the road bond  

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

The recent release by County Attorney, J. D. Lambright, of his opinion on the voidability of the County Commissioners Court vote for the upcoming Road Bond Election, commands our respect as to legal correctness. He interjected neither opinion nor any extraneous questions into his written opinion. Few may take the time to read the seven page opinion, but I have…  READ MORE

Lambright, court personnel exceed as county employees
Thursday, December 10, 2015

Montgomery County Attorney J.D. Lambright was named boss of the year for the second straight year during the annual Christmas luncheon at Lone Star Convention Center Thursday. County awards were given for department of the year, employee of the year and boss of the year. Go to to view more photos from the event… READ MORE

County Attorney: Road Bond not voidable  
Monday, January 21, 2013

“We cannot and will not weigh in on the criminal investigation – just weigh in on the action they (commissioners) did to put this (road bond) on the ballot.”
— County Attorney J D Lambright


Montgomery County Commissioners match $15,000 DA contribution to help HSPCA with 200 seized horses  
Wednesday, July, 15, 2015

Montgomery County is helping ease the cost burden for the Houston SPCA from the more than 200 horses recently seized off of League Line Road. Commissioners approved matching $15,000 paid by the District Attorney’s Office, totaling $30,000 worth of funds to the association. HSPCA estimates it spends $8,000 per day caring for the horses…  READ MORE

SPCA officials take horses into care following alleged cruelty investigation
Wednesday, June 25, 2015

The Houston SPCA animal cruelty division took dozens of horses from Premium Star horse ranch off League Line Road in Conroe where almost 200 horses were seized by Montgomery County officials this week. The SPCA assessed the horses Thursday and took some to their Houston facility in order of importance of veterinary need…READ MORE  

Investigation into Conroe horse-breeding site continues  
Wednesday, June 24, 2015

On Wednesday, Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon, County Attorney J D Lambright and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals were on scene for the search warrant and to assess the situation. Ligon said part of the assessment will be determining the size of the alleged neglected herd and how many, if any, horses would be seized…  READ MORE

Corrections to Sunday, December 7, 2014 Courier Article Headlined “Dallas Woman Suing Montgomery County for False Imprisonment, Neglecting Medical Needs”

December 17, 2014

The Sunday, December 7, 2014 edition of the Courier carried a front page article captioned as shown above. The article erroneously stated that Montgomery County had hired attorney Ray Viada to defend the County against these claims. Unfortunately, the County Attorney’s office was not contacted prior to the publication of the story…  READ MORE

Home for the holidays
Wednesday, November 19, 2014

“This is an exciting day for our department,” County Attorney J D Lambright said. “It makes it all worthwhile for these kids.” “It’s one of the happiest days of our year,” said attorney Sarah Stallberg, who worked on many of the cases…  READ MORE

Judge throws out online solicitation indictment  
October 29, 2014

An accused child predator will not be tried on a September 9 grand jury indictment for online Solicitation of a Minor, thanks to 9th District Judge Kelly Case. On Wednesday afternoon, Prosecutors faced off with defense attorney Gilbert Garcia after he filed a motion to quash the indictment of 45-year-old Michael Burl Massingill of Alvin. He subpoenaed everyone from District Attorney Brett Ligon and First-Assistant District Attorney Phil Grant to County Attorney J.D. Lambright. In the end, the decision came down to a technicality…  READ MORE

Federal Judge Denies TexCom’s Motion for Reconsideration
October 14, 2014

On October 9th, United States District Judge Nancy F. Atlas denied TexCom Gulf Disposal, LLC’s July 25th Motion for Reconsideration of a Final Order of Dismissal the Judge issued on June 2th. In that June ruling, the Judge had dismissed all of TexCom’s federal claims against Montgomery County, the County Judge, the County Commissioners, and one former  Commissioner…

Appeals court sides with Montgomery County elected attorney’s, against Judge Case, again
Monday, October 13, 2014

The 9th Court of Appeals last Wednesday again agreed with County Attorney J D Lambright and District Attorney Brett Ligon regarding the Petition for Writ of Mandamus they jointly filed Aug. 14 against District Court Judge Kelly Case. In this most recent complaint involving defendant Leon Davis, both elected officials argued that Case broke the law when he ordered District Clerk Barbara Adamick to release the addresses of every prospective juror summoned for all 12 District Courts and County Courts at Law for all of 2013…  READ MORE

Court of Appeals Tells Judge Case- Vacate Your Order
October 10, 2014

On October 8, 2014, the gth Court of Appeals again agreed with County Attorney J D Lambright and District Attorney Brett Ligon regarding the Petition for Writ of Mandamus they jointly filed on August 14, 2014 against District Court Judge Kelly Case…   READ MORE

DA’S Office seeks judges recusal from child solicitation case  
Tuesday, September 23, 2014

The Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office filed a motion Tuesday for the recusal of the 9th state District Court Judge Kelly Case from hearing the Michael Burl Massingill online solicitation of a minor case that was recently the subject of a fifth mandamus filed by the DA’s Office against the judge…  READ MORE

Lambright hires three assistant county attorneys
Monday, January 21, 2013

Adhering to his commitment of hiring the best attorneys and support staff, County Attorney JD Lambright announced the addition of three assistant county attorneys. Conroe native B.D. Griffin is the department’s new chief of Real Property section, while Lana Shadwick was chosen to head up the Child and Adult Protective Services section. Stuart Hughes joins the Litigation section to defend the county in state and federal court…  READ MORE

Lambright hires three assistant county attorneys
Monday, January 21, 2013

Adhering to his commitment of hiring the best attorneys and support staff, County Attorney JD Lambright announced the addition of three assistant county attorneys. Conroe native B.D. Griffin is the department’s new chief of Real Property section, while Lana Shadwick was chosen to head up the Child and Adult Protective Services section. Stuart Hughes joins the Litigation section to defend the county in state and federal court…  READ MORE

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