The special prosecutors who have been handling the felony case against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton were initially expecting to earn $300 per hour, but those hopes were dashed Wednesday.

The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals denied a motion for rehearing on an opinion it issued in November 2018 that determined that Texas law caps special prosecutors’ pay at the same amount that Collin County pays to indigent criminal-defense attorneys.

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