Two years ago after losing a bitter re-election campaign for Williamson County district attorney, controversial lawyer John Bradley considered just picking up and moving away to a tropical island.

It’s the unfulfilled dream of countless disillusioned lawyers to move away from Texas’ stifling summer heat and its even hotter politics. But Bradley made it happen by relocating 8,000 miles away to Palau—a tiny group of islands in the South Pacific, where he currently serves as the republic’s attorney general.

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