Rucker Law in the Press
Detective Suspended for Mishandling Murder Case
Last April, after a jury sent her daughter's killer to prison for 60 years, Wendy Majewski filed a formal complaint against the detective she once fruitlessly hounded to pursue the case in 1994.
Murder Plot Case in Family Feud Gets Even Stranger
A vicious inheritance fight that apparently has seen a brother send his sister a gift-wrapped bomb took an even more cold-blooded turn Tuesday when prosecutors alleged that...
Baytown Police Officer Guilty of Oppression
A Baytown police officer accused of smashing a suspect's forehead into a curb after a high-speed motorcycle chase was found guilty of misdemeanor official oppression this afternoon.
Houston Woman Sentenced to Life for Strangling Newborn
A Houston judge has sentenced a 27-year-old woman to life in prison for strangling her newborn daughter minutes after giving birth to her at home.
FBI Arrests 2 Former Houston Police Officers After Deadly Drug Raid
The FBI arrested two former Houston police officers Wednesday on federal charges tied to a January drug raid that left two people dead and five officers injured.
Defense attorney leaves scheduling hearing for Hallettsville school officials
Houston attorney Wes Rucker leaves the Lavaca County Courthouse Annex on Friday after scheduling a hearing for three Hallettsville school officials accused of failing to report abuse allegations.