This week, hundreds of North Texans report to jury service in the public corruption trial of Dallas Co. Commissioner John Wiley Price. The trial is considered one of the most important and controversial of a governmental official in Dallas history. Race, religion and politics are significant factors. Legal experts say that U.S. Chief District Judge Barbara Lynn is the perfect judge for the case.
“This trial has all the elements of a case that could turn into a circus,” says legal ethics expert Randy Johnston. “There are a few judges who could keep this trial from getting out of . . .
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