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Cruz, Cornyn Try to Deliver Five New Federal Judges for Texas (Texas Public Radio, 09/07/16)
JULIÁN AGUILAR & THE TEXAS TRIBUNE: Glenn Sugameli, an environmental attorney and activist who tracks judicial nominations, said the Eastern District of Texas demonstrates the real-time damage the vacancies cause. The district is the preferred venue for patent litigation, which has been held up during the current crisis. “When there are not enough judges, cases get delayed, people die, people forget things, documents are lost, all sorts of things happen,” he said. “That means that even if and when you do get to a case, it may be too late to even get justice. Justice delayed is justice denied.”