Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton appears for arraignment Aug. 27 in state District Judge George Gallagher’s court in Fort Worth. Paxton was indicted in July on two felony counts of securities fraud and one count of failing to register with the State Securities Board. Questions have also been raised about his role representing two granddaughters of the late Dallas billionaire Ray Hunt.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton appears for arraignment Aug. 27 in state District Judge George Gallagher’s court in Fort Worth. Paxton was indicted in July on two felony counts of securities fraud and one count of failing to register with the State Securities Board. Questions have also been raised about his role representing two granddaughters of the late Dallas billionaire Ray Hunt. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton appears for arraignment Aug. 27 in state District Judge George Gallagher’s court in Fort Worth. Paxton was indicted in July on two felony counts of securities fraud and one count of failing to register with the State Securities Board. Questions have also been raised about his role representing two granddaughters of the late Dallas billionaire Ray Hunt. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram

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