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Ms. Janet Ebanks Booker

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School Degree Major Graduation
Dedman School of Law, Southern Methodist University J.D. Law School 1994
State / Court Date
Texas 1996

TX State Lawyer Additional Information: Statutory Profile last Certification Date: 07/20/2013 Language translation Primary Practice Location: Richardson, Texas Firm Size: 2 to 5

Service Type:Private

Language:Spanish

Update Date:2015-05-21


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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

The Supreme Court Grants Review of DAPA Case
The Supreme Court has granted review of the Fifth Circuit's decision to uphold an injunction against the DAPA program. In this blog post, I will explain what this development means, and the unusual decision by the Supreme Court to add an issue to the case which was not decided by the Fifth Circuit.
Presidential Primary Updates: Cruz and Clinton Win the Iowa Caucuses
After nearly a year of buildup and excessive coverage of every utterance of Donald Trump, the Iowa Caucus on February 1, 2016, marked the beginning of the 2016 Presidential Primaries. In this post, I will review the victories for Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton, offer my thoughts..
Governor Doug Ducey of Arizona Wants State Moved from the Ninth Circuit
The Associated Press reports that Governor Doug Ducey (R) of Arizona is pushing to have Arizona taken out of the appellate jurisdiction of the Ninth Circuit Court of the Appeals.