Texas Attorney General Turns Himself In On Fraud Charges

Texas Attorney General Turns Himself In On Fraud Charges

By Bill Chappell

Facing three felony charges of securities fraud, Ken Paxton was processed at a county jail and released on bail Monday morning.

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