This case was nothing. I’m an evangelical teetotaler, prone to sharing my thoughts (most always unsolicited) about the evils of alcohol. If not for its spotty, at best, success last time we tried it, I’d be for reinstituting Prohibition.
Despite that, after hearing the state’s case to toss Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg from office, I’m telling you it was nothing. As a Travis Countian, I heard nothing to justify tossing her. And, by way of his quick ruling Wednesday, Judge David Peeples said he heard nothing that would require him, under the law, to toss her.
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