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TCADP May 2019 Alert: New film reopens question – did Texas execute an innocent man?

In this edition of our monthly alert, you’ll find details on a new film about the true Texas story of Cameron Todd Willingham, as well as coverage of two recent reports, the debut novel of attorney David R. Dow, and the stay of execution for Dexter Johnson.

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Honoring Champion of Justice David Dow

Seizing the Momentum: Honoring Houston’s Champions of Justice is just three weeks away!  TCADP hopes you will join us that evening as we honor three extraordinary individuals who don’t just talk the talk when it comes to pursuing justice.  One of our Champions of Justice is law professor, defense attorney, and award-winning writer David Dow.  His […]

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Join TCADP to Honor Houston’s Champions of Justice

On Thursday, September 15, 2011, TCADP will hold a special event in Houston to honor three extraordinary individuals who set a high bar for engagement and who we consider to be role models as “Champions of Justice”.  Please join us that evening as we recognize the contributions that State Representative Jessica Farrar, Professor David Dow, and […]

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August Alert: Executions Stayed, Houston Special Event, Summer Newsletter

Get caught up on the recent stayed executions, the coming special event in Houston, the summer newsletter and other news of interest.

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The Autobiography of an Execution; new insight into death row through death penalty litigator

The Autobiography of an Execution explores the politics behind the death penalty, while examining personal challenges faced by author and Texas death row attorney David Dow’s laborious career defending death row inmates and the impact such work has on his personal life as a husband and father. Dow criticizes the death penalty in Texas, siting […]