Prosecutors will have a tougher time convicting defendants of organized crime, thanks to a Sept. 22 Court of Criminal Appeals decision.
In Nguyen v. Texas, a rare win for the defense, the court held that prosecutors must prove a defendant collaborated with others to commit more than one crime in order to secure an organized- crime conviction.
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