Law360, Los Angeles (August 18, 2015, 7:24 PM EDT) -- Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton was re-indicted Tuesday in state court, three weeks after the Lone Star State's top attorney was charged with three violations of state securities laws, including two first-degree felony counts alleging omissions to investors, according to the county district court site.
The case is split into three, one for each charge, and the new indictments appear in the two securities fraud cases, according to Collin County records. The third charge, for failing to register as an investment adviser representative, was unchanged Tuesday evening.
The re-indictment may be a technicality, as the charges appear to remain the same,...
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