‘The state of Texas lost this case,’ judge in foster care lawsuit says, warns further delays will bring fines
Dallas Morning News, October 8, 2019
After 8 ½ years, the state has quit fighting judicial oversight of long-term foster care. It’s here, and U.S. District Judge Janis Graham Jack says she’ll hold Texas’ feet to the fire.
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The Texas Lawbook, July 26, 2019
To date, the firm has worked more than 12,500 hours on the case and invested more than $5.8 million in staff time and expenses — all pro bono. The reason the litigation has taken so long and cost so much is that Texas officials have appealed court decisions seven times during the last decade — from pretrial orders to post-trial decisions ordering fixes to the system.