Bexar County Commissioners voted to approve a professional services agreement with the law firm to represent District Attorney Nico LaHood.
For starters, Joe Gonzales and Tylden Shaeffer agree that Nico LaHood’s behavior as DA reflected poorly on the District Attorney’s office.
The cite and release program allows Bexar County Sheriff’s deputies to treat five Class B misdemeanors as citable offenses.
Hate crimes increased nationwide in 2016, FBI statistics show, yet there are barriers to accurately reporting them, regional and national experts say.
LaHood first ran for district attorney in 2010, but failed to win the seat. In 2014, he ousted 16-year incumbent Susan Reed.
District Attorney Nico LaHood describes himself as “humble in spirit, fearless in attitude” and as a fierce advocate for the protection of children.