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A Collin County grand jury has reviewed an officer-involved shooting from June of this year and cleared the involved Plano police officer. The officer, a TMPA member, was represented by John Snider. ... See MoreSee Less

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We are proud to anounce that Bob Lyon, Bob Gorsky, Mark Gilbert, Bill Baab and David Watsky have once again been recognized by their peers as Texas Super Lawyers in their respective fields of practice.
Additionally, David Watsky has been selected by "The Best Lawyers in America" as the 2018 Dallas/Fort Worth Labor Law-Union "Lawyer of the Year".
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On August 30th a Dallas County grand jury cleared a Dallas police officer of any wrongdoing in a 2015 officer involved shooting. At the time the grand jury announced it's decision the officer was on the Texas coast, along with numerous other DFW first repsonders, assisting flood victims. With the support of the Dallas Police Association, LGG attorney Robert Rogers represented the officer in both the investigation and grand jury proceedings. ... See MoreSee Less

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On Tuesday a Collin County grand jury determined that two Allen Police Dept. officers were justified in their January 1, 2017 use of force. The officers received legal and moral support from the Texas Municipal Police Association and were represented in the investigation and grand jury proceedings by LGG attorneys, Robert Rogers and Bob Gorsky. ... See MoreSee Less

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On Monday August 14, 2017 LGG partner Bob Gorsky had the pleasure of addressing local law enforcement officers on the subject of police critical incidents . The class was presented by the Texas Municipal Police Association and taught by TMPA Field Representative Clint McNear. ... See MoreSee Less

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On March 6, 2013 LGGL attorneys, in conjunction with the Texas Municipal Police Association, presented this critical incident class in Allen, Texas to local law enforcement officers.