Instead of battling weeds at his farm in Quebec, Canada, former Houston lawyer Stuart Bryson Collins is fighting extradition to Texas.

Collins, who gained notoriety in Texas in the early 1990s when his client filed a $1 billion conspiracy suit against a Texas governor, gave up his Texas law license in 1994 to end a suit brought by the Commission for Lawyer Discipline. He then moved to Canada and built a new career as an owner of an organic farming business.

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