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Articles and Blog Posts From 2018

Senior U.S. Judge to decide whether Whitaker's appointment was invalid

Senior U.S. Judge to decide whether Whitaker's appointment was invalid Senior U.S. District Court Judge David Ezra presided over a hearing yesterday in which Flanary Law Firm challenged President Trump's appointment of Matthew G. Whitaker as Acting Attorney General. On behalf of our client, Luis Valencia, Flanary Law Firm argued that the United States Attorney's Office and the Department of Justice do not have authority to continue in their prosecution of the case because… Read More

Flanary Law Firm defends client by challenging Trump's choice for Acting Attorney General

Flanary Law Firm defends client by challenging Trump's choice for Acting Attorney General Flanary Law Firm, PLLC, filed a Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Authority to Prosecute in Federal court on Monday, November 12, in two federal criminal cases to challenge Matthew Whitaker’s appointment as Acting Attorney General. In the first challenge of its kind, Attorney Donald H. Flanary, III., asked Federal courts to weigh in on whether President Trump can bypass vital checks and balances—the advice… Read More

Protecting an Innocent Man from an Egregious Charge

Protecting an Innocent Man from an Egregious Charge Child sex assault and indecency-with-a-child cases are among the most difficult to defend due to the heinousness of the offense. So it is with great joy that Flanary Law Firm, PLLC, can announce another win for an innocent client in a felony court of Bexar County, Texas, on a charge of Indecency with a Child. Our client had a story to tell. He waited a long time for his day in court to be able to… Read More

Donald Flanary to Teach at TCDLA's Annual Tim Evans Trial College

Donald Flanary to Teach at TCDLA's Annual Tim Evans Trial College Donald H. Flanary, III., of Flanary Law Firm, PLLC, will be teaching on Monday, March 26th, at the 42nd Annual Tim Evans Texas Criminal Trial College, hosted by the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer's Association (TCDLA). The College of Criminal Justice at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, serves as the venue for this prestigious week-long program. Eighty young lawyers are selected to… Read More