1991 | Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson becomes president.

On his induction night, outgoing president Tim Evans played a kazoo solo and we burned the mortgage on the home office of TCDLA. President Anderson asks for volunteers to call him or use the modern electronic wonder—the fax—to contact him.

In the Rehnquist Supreme Court, Brennan and Marshall in dissent are the guardians of liberty.

TCDLA issued a press release on September 19, 1991 opposing the nomination of Clarence Thomas to the US Supreme Court.

The Voice for the Defense carries an article on how to defend against DNA evidence in a criminal case.

The Strike Force defended Dan Guthurie when he was subpoenaed to testify before the same grand jury reviewing his high profile client.

Texas Controlled Substances Tax Act goes into effect.

Membership reaches 1315.

The Bill of Rights celebrates its 200th Anniversary.

Geesa v. State is decided giving guidance on the reasonable doubt instruction.