Criticism from lawmakers, top attorney discipline officials and criminal-justice advocates has encouraged the Texas Supreme Court to loosen a rule governing when the wrongfully imprisoned can pursue grievances against prosecutors who they allege suppressed evidence.

The court first revised Texas Rule of Disciplinary Procedure (TRDP) 15.06 in October 2013 to comply with Senate Bill 825.

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