Breaking her silence after three years, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Presiding Judge Sharon Keller says she feels “vindicated” by a special court of review’s decision to vacate the State Commission on Judicial Conduct’s public warning and charges against her.

Although some reporters have written that the three-justice court of review’s Oct. 11 decision in In Re: Honorable Sharon Keller was only a technical victory for Keller, she doesn’t see it that way.

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