Office of the Attorney General Provides Update on the Two-Year Anniversary of the Disappearance of Jason Landry
This week marks the second anniversary of Jason Landry’s disappearance. Attorney General Paxton and the entire Office of the Attorney General (OAG) want to reaffirm their commitment to this active and ongoing investigation and assure the public that this case remains a top priority with the following information:
For the eighth consecutive year, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and his Agency employees will participate in the Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) “Go Purple Day.”
Attorney General Paxton’s Cold Case and Missing Persons Unit Locates Woman who has Been Missing for Over 40 Years, Shortly After Creating the Unit
In 1981, two deceased individuals, who were the apparent victims of a homicide, were discovered in a wooded area in Houston, Texas, and their identities could not be determined at that time.
Attorney General Paxton Calls Attention to Reimbursements Available Under the “Crime Victims’ Compensation Program” for Victims of Uvalde Tragedy
In the wake of last week’s horrific Uvalde tragedy, Attorney General Paxton today called attention to certain benefits available under his Crime Victims’ Compensation (CVC) Program, a public fund used to reimburse victims, their families, and providers for qualifying medical expenses and financial loss following an episode of violent crime.
AG Paxton Sets Up Crime Victim Services Location in Uvalde for Victims of Robb Elementary Shooting
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is asking the entire state to keep the families and loved ones of those who lost their lives in the senseless shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, TX in your prayers.
Attorney General Ken Paxton joined Mississippi in sending a multistate letter to the American Law Institute (ALI) opposing changes to the Model Penal Code (MPC).
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton joined a coalition of 56 state and territorial attorneys general representing all 50 states, the District of Columbia and five U.S. territories urging Congress to adopt key changes to the Victims of Crime Act that provide critical financial support to victims of violent crimes and their families.
The Office of the Texas Attorney General is observing National Crime Victims’ Rights week, which runs from April 19-25, in collaboration with communities statewide.