Gov Rick Perry gave him a phone call:)
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Perry embracing Texas Supreme Court Justice David Medina and his wife and family.
Texas Supreme Court Justice David Medina indicted in connection with fire
By EMILY RAMSHAW / The Dallas Morning News
April 2008 A Harris County grand jury indicted Texas Supreme Court Justice David Medina and his wife Thursday in connection with a June fire at their home in Spring, north of Houston.
Indictments tossed against Texas Supreme Court justice, wife
Jan. 18, 2008 The Harris County District Attorney's office this morning dismissed the indictments returned Thursday against Texas Supreme Court Justice David Medina and his wife in connection with the fire that destroyed their home in Spring last summer..... Rosenthal insisted there is not sufficient evidence to charge the Medinas with involvement in what arson investigators determined was a deliberately set fire. The blaze caused almost $1 million worth of damage to three homes in the Olde Oaks neighborhood in Spring...........
Justice Medina's wife indicted in Spring home fire Judge apparently cleared; previous panel's decision ended in controversy
May 1, 2008 For the second time, a Harris County grand jury indicted the wife of Texas Supreme Court Justice David Medina, alleging she burned down the couple's Spring home and damaged two neighbors' homes in a fire last year. The indictment, handed up Wednesday, charges Francisca Medina with felony arson for the destruction of her home, felony criminal mischief of more than $200,000 for damage to their neighbor's home, and criminal mischief, a state jail felony, for damage done to the house behind the Medinas' home.....................
Charges dismissed against Texas Supreme Court Justice David Medina's wife
August 28, 2009 At the request of the Harris County District Attorneys Office, 176th District Judge Shawna Reagin of Houston yesterday dismissed an arson charge and a criminal mischief charge against Francisca Medina, the wife of Texas Supreme Court Justice David Medina. The two felony charges were dismissed due to insufficient evidence. In April 2008, Francisca Medina was indicted in connection with the June 28, 2007, fire that damaged the Medinas home and a neighboring home in Spring. Steve Baldassano, the assistant DA handling the case since January, says his office didnt have sufficient evidence to prove arson. We couldnt eliminate an electrical malfunction, says Baldassano.