State Representative Talks About Charges Against Texas Attorney General

Wichita Falls, Texas - The Chief Legal and Law Enforcement Officer for the State of Texas has been booked at a Dallas-area jail on felony charges alleging he misled investors before becoming the state's top lawyer.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton arrived at the Collin County jail earlier on Monday to be processed on two counts of First-Degree Securities Fraud and a lesser count of Failing to Register with State Securities Regulators.
District 69 State Representative James Frank talked to Newschannel 6 about the charges being brought against Paxton.