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  • Pilot Flying J execs line up white-collar criminal expertise

    May 29, 2013 - Cleveland.com

    Rusty Hardin is representing Pilot Flying J President Mark Hazelwood in the federal probe of allegations of fuel rebate fraud at the Knoxville-based company. view article

  • Ex-DA arrested after Hardin prosecuted in court of inquiry

    April 23, 2013 - The Texas Tribune

    A rare court of inquiry in Williamson County led to the April 2013 arrest of Ken Anderson, the former county district attorney. A judge determined after hearing evidence presented by special prosecutor Rusty Hardin that there was probable cause to believe Anderson withheld critical evidence in Michael Morton's 1987 murder trial. The update of story below indicates Anderson appealed. view article

  • Texas’ Rusty Hardin & Associates Wins $10 Million Settlement in 18-Wheeler Death

    April 3, 2013 - Press Release

    51-year old father killed in rural, two-lane crash in Southeast Texas HOUSTON – Attorneys from Houston’s Rusty Hardin & Associates, LLP, recently negotiated a $10 million settlement for the heirs of Juan Campos, a 51-year-old Houston welder who died when a trucker fell asleep while driving a loaded 18-wheeler and... read more

  • Rusty Hardin Named To National Law Journal’s 100 Most Influential Lawyers

    March 25, 2013 - National Law Journal

    It's one thing to win cases, close deals and teach torts. It's entirely another to create real change. The National Law Journal has chosen 100 lawyers in the United States who have shaped the legal world through their work in the courtroom, at the negotiating table, in the classroom or on in government. view article

  • Special prosecutor Hardin elicits shouts from suspect former DA

    February 9, 2013 - The Texas Tribune

    Dramatic testimony was elicited during a court of inquiry to determine if former Williamson County District Attorney Ken Anderson should be charged with manipulating evidence to convict an innocent man of murder. Special prosecutor Rusty Hardin’s cross examination at times inspired Anderson to shout back his answers during his dramatic six hours on the witness stand in February 2013. view article

  • Rusty Hardin Featured in “Profile in Persuasion” from the American College of Trial Lawyers Bulletin

    February 6, 2013 - American College of Trial Lawyers - The Bulletin

    Over a wide-ranging interview, I learned a few things about Rusty Hardin not the least of which was his advice to his client, Clemens. Vilified by other lawyers, as he put it , for letting Clemens testify before Congress, Clemens (and his counsel's advice) was ultimately vindicated by a jury view article

  • The Defense Rests: Rusty Hardin, the man who helped get Roger Clemens acquitted, on the landmark trial

    December 4, 2012 - ESPN

    On June 18, Roger Clemens was acquitted on two counts of perjury, three counts of making false statements and one count of obstructing Congress, capping a trial that lasted more than two months. The charges stemmed from his testimony at a congressional hearing in February 2008 in which he denied using performance-enhancing drugs. view article

  • Watch Rusty Hardin interviewed at the 2012 Texas Tribune Festival

    October 4, 2012 - Texas Tribune

    Watch Rusty Hardin interviewed at the 2012 Texas Tribune Festival about his appointment as the special prosecutor in the Michael Morton case and his work on behalf of Roger Clemens. view article

  • In New Task, Tapping Into a Lifetime in Court

    August 24, 2012 - The New York Times

    The key to Rusty Hardin’s extraordinary career, in his view, has been his ordinariness. He is just a regular guy. A regular guy whose expansive office on the 22nd story of a Houston high-rise frames the city’s skyline. A regular guy who is famous for his ice-cream-colored suits. A regular guy whose walls are lined with newspaper photos of his superstar clients, including Roger Clemens, Wade Boggs and Warren Moon. view article

  • In New Task, Tapping Into a Lifetime in Court

    August 24, 2012 - The New York Times

    The key to Rusty Hardin’s extraordinary career, in his view, has been his ordinariness. He is just a regular guy. A regular guy whose expansive office on the 22nd story of a Houston high-rise frames the city’s skyline. A regular guy who is famous for his ice-cream-colored suits. A regular guy whose walls are lined with newspaper photos of his superstar clients, including Roger Clemens, Wade Boggs and Warren Moon. view article

NEWS

  • ‘Who’s Who Legal’ Names Rusty Hardin a Global Elite Thought Leader

    February 15, 2020read more
  • Rusty Hardin & Associates Honored Among US News – Best Lawyers’ Top Law Firms

    November 1, 2019read more
  • Texas Super Lawyers Honors Three from Rusty Hardin & Associates

    September 10, 2019read more

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