Heather H. Hall
Heather H. Hall is the managing partner in a boutique law practice in El Paso Texas
with a specialty in criminal law, and an emphasis in family law.
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Murder trial in shooting of El Paso DJ delayed
On Monday, Hernandez’s lawyers filed a motion requesting a delay of the trial because the lead public defender on the case, Heather Hall, had resigned from the El Paso County Public Defenders’ Office to go into private practice, public defender William Cox said.
Hall was a well-known public defender who handled several high-profile murder cases.
Cox is now listed as the lead lawyer for the case, and at the hearing Tuesday, Cox said the new lawyers appointed to Hernandez's case need more time to familiarize themselves with all the evidence.
Conroe mom gets reduced sentence in baby’s death with appellate court decision
A Conroe mom convicted two years ago in the death of her infant son received a reduced sentence of 10 years in prison Tuesday after an appellate court decision reversed the original judgment of 15 years.
Judge allows mom’s statements about baby’s death
As attorneys elicit painstaking testimony about the night 5-week-old Braylon Hood died, the defense team for his mother tried unsuccessfully Monday to keep her statements to police from jurors.
Mistrial declared in trial of El Paso homeless man accused of killing girlfriend
A mistrial was declared in the murder trial of a homeless man accused of body-slamming his girlfriend in 2015.
Mom charged in son's death appears before a magistrate judge
A mom arrested in connection with taking her already dead baby to a Juárez hospital appeared Tuesday at a bond hearing before a magistrate judge.
Officials still waiting for autopsy results in baby’s March death
The parents of a 5-week-old infant who died in March from a broken neck have not been indicted on first-degree felony charges of injury to a child because the autopsy results have not been received yet.
Ex—teacher guilty of sexual assault
A former Iola High School band director accused of dating a 15-year-old ex-student is now a twice-convicted sex offender.
Jurors announced the guilty verdicts in 28-year-old William Benjamin Watson's sexual assault of a child trial Thursday afternoon following 12 hours of deliberation that spanned two days.
“She is like a pitbull”
“Hall was a well-known public defender who handled several high-profile murder cases.”
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