Ken Paxton flees from subpoena at his house before abortion hearing

Posted on AllSides September 27th, 2022
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Jon Shapley/Houston Chronicle

A process server who attempted to deliver Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton a subpoena on Monday morning says Paxton ran away from him after he stood at the door of Paxton's home in Collin County and explained to Paxton's wife that he had important legal documents for him.

In an affidavit filed in court, the process server said he waited an hour outside the home until Paxton came out, and that when he approached him with the documents, Paxton turned around and ran back into the house through the garage. The...

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