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Family law attorney Mary Jo McCurley discusses the separation
of Troy and Rhonda Aikman
Dallas family law attorney Mary Jo McCurley says that it's imperitive that in divorces involving high-profile couples -- such as the Aikmans -- a confidentiality agreement should be signed to protect children from scrutiny. Ms. McCurley practices at McCurley Orsinger McCurley Nelson & Downing L.L.P., a nationally prominent law firm and one of the largest in Texas specializing solely in family law. To learn more about the firm, visit the website http://www.momnd.com/.
Dallas attorney Barry Sorrels says Jared Loughner's lawyers
will likely pursue the insanity defense
Dallas criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor Barry Sorrels tells Fox4 News' Steve Eagar that the man who tried to kill U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords will probably claim insanity as a defense. That would probably be the only tact that would prevent him from facing the death penality, he says. Mr. Sorrels is one of the most respected criminal defense lawyers in Texas. He has tried more than 300 federal and state trials throughout Texas and other states. He has won acquittals for his clients on charges ranging from complex federal fraud to first degree murder. He is one of a handful of criminal defense attorneys in the Southwest to have won a verdict of "not guilty by reason of insanity" in a felony jury trial. To learn more about Mr. Sorrels, visit his law firm's web page at http://www.sualaw.com/.
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