If anyone is familiar with the pain of waiting years for the Texas Supreme Court to issue an opinion, it’s Christopher Hogue.

In 2001, Hogue was a first-year law student at Texas Tech School of Law and a plaintiff in Hogue, et al. v. Columbia Medical Center of Las Colinas when the medical malpractice case involving the death of his father was tried before a jury in the 193rd District Court.

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