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Can Lazarus Rise Again?
Gary Bradley faces bankruptcy, and Austin wonders if he'll survive and thrive one more time.
News Story  October 11, 2002, by Amy Smith
"...Last month, a Travis County family law judge delivered a startling ruling in response to Bradley's request to reduce his $4,000 per month child support payments. Not only did Associate Judge John Hathaway deny the motion, he candidly explained the factor that weighed most heavily in his decision: the mysterious Lazarus Exempt Trust -- the Rubik's Cube of Bradley's bankruptcy that's keeping various lawyers up at night..."

A Rather Unjudicious Race
Things get personal between the campaigns for Travis Co. judgeships
News Story  February 6, 2004, by Amy Smith
"...Such is the case with the contest to fill the open 200th District Court bench that Judge Paul Davis will vacate at the end of the year. With no Republicans vying for the seat, voters have their pick of three qualified candidates in the Democratic primary: John Hathaway, an associate district court judge and advocate of victims of family violence; Jan Soifer, a lawyer with 20 years of civil litigation and consumer protection experience; and Gisela Triana, a court-at-law judge with 10 years of bench experience in municipal and county courts...."

Naked City
Three high-profile contenders for an open seat on the Travis Co. bench
News Story  December 5, 2003, by Amy Smith
"...The March primary is still months away, but the race for the open 200th District Court seat has turned into a high-stakes match between three top Democratic contenders: Gisela Triana, an ambitious county court-at-law judge; John Hathaway, a longtime associate judge, and Jan Soifer, a popular lawyer who is already catching flak from detractors (and even some supporters) for her role in the 2001 redistricting that helped transform the Texas Legislature...."

Endorsements
Our endorsements for the March 9 Republican and Democratic primaries
News Story  February 27, 2004
"...He's again being challenged for his job by his former chief deputy, Flynn Lee (currently employed as a "compliance specialist" with the city's Office of the Police Monitor), and while we have no reason to think that Lee wouldn't make a good constable, we also don't have any reason to think he would be a better constable than Mercer. In short, while Mercer may not be the most progressive guy around, we see no need to fix a working office with an unknown quantity.200th District Court: No Endorsement With no Republicans vying for the open seat, voters have three very capable choices in the Democratic primary: John Hathaway, an associate district court judge and advocate of victims of family violence; Jan Soifer, a lawyer with 20 years of civil litigation and consumer protection experience; and Gisela Triana, a court-at-law judge with 10 years of bench experience in municipal and county courts..."

Endorsements
Our endorsements for the March 9 Republican and Democratic primaries
News Story  February 20, 2004
"...He's again being challenged for his job by his former chief deputy, Flynn Lee (currently employed as a "compliance specialist" with the city's Office of the Police Monitor), and while we have no reason to think that Lee wouldn't make a good constable, we also don't have any reason to think he would be a better constable than Mercer. In short, while Mercer may not be the most progressive guy around, we see no need to fix a working office with an unknown quantity.200th District Court: No Endorsement With no Republicans vying for the open seat, voters have three very capable choices in the Democratic primary: John Hathaway, an associate district court judge and advocate of victims of family violence; Jan Soifer, a lawyer with 20 years of civil litigation and consumer protection experience; and Gisela Triana, a court-at-law judge with 10 years of bench experience in municipal and county courts..."

The Rest of the Races
Anti-Soifer site comes down, Hidalgo Co. turnout goes up, and Williamson Co. (as usual) veers right
News Story  March 5, 2004
"...The Triana campaign denies any connection to the site, as does the third candidate in the race, John Hathaway. "What I find amazing is that Soifer keeps telling people to go read the Web site," Maxey said..."

200th District Court Candidates
News Story  February 6, 2004
"...JOHN HATHAWAY..."

Off the Record
Good vibrations courtesy of the Roots, Distant Lights, and the Sword
Music Column  August 27, 2010, by Austin Powell
"...Factoring in contemporary R&B crooner John Legend further guaranteed their collaborative taping for Austin City Limits on Tuesday would highlight the program's 36th season. Recalling the documentary Standing in the Shadows of Motown, the two parties put a suave, modern touch on 1960s protest songs, including Baby Huey's soulful "Hard Times," Donny Hathaway's "Little Ghetto Boy," and Bill Withers' Vietnam-era stunner "I Can't Write Left Handed," which went off like Woodstock, guitarist Captain Kirk Douglas playing Hendrix to ?uestlove's thunderous Buddy Miles boom-bap..."

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