Texas Panel Tells Trial Judge It's Time To Enter Judgment

By Michelle Casady (June 18, 2019, 6:06 PM EDT) -- The Fourteenth Court of Appeals chastised a Houston trial court judge on Tuesday for an eight-month delay in entering judgment on a jury's verdict in a breach of contract case, saying the delay is "unreasonable and constitutes an abuse of discretion."...

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