I find it sad, but predictable, that politicians rush to condemn a defeated, disabled, but decent man without knowing the full story. Sam Kent awaits a decision on his disability and will make his decision after that occursFederal judge sentenced to 33 months May 11, 2009
A trial would have been long, embarrassing and difficult for all involvedJudge makes plea deal, resigns from bench Feb 23, 2009
Judge Kent believes that this settlement is in the best interest of all involvedJudge makes plea deal, resigns from bench Feb 23, 2009
The first time she ever complained was when she was about to be firedJudge accused of sexually abusing worker Aug 29, 2008
They're from England -- they looked in the wrong directionLawyer claims hit-and-run doctor was drunk Mar 30, 2006
Dick DeGuerin (born in Austin, Texas, February 16, 1941) is a Texas criminal defense attorney. DeGuerin was admitted to the State Bar in 1965. Early in his career (1971–1982), he was an associate with Percy Foreman.
As of December, 2005, he is representing former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay in DeLay's defense against indictments for money laundering and conspiracy, brought by Texas prosecutor Ronnie Earle. DeGuerin, himself a Democrat, previously prevailed over Earle in a case involving misconduct charges against U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison. He also represented bankers involved in fraud cases tied to the Enron collapse.
Adjunct Professor, The University of Texas School of Law.