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Statement regarding indictments issued by a Harris County grand jury

April 12, 2022

“Since the State of Texas disbanded the Public Integrity Unit, which was housed at Travis County District Attorney’s Office, the responsibility for such work has landed exclusively with district attorneys across the state,” said Dane Schiller, spokesman for the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. “Prosecutors presented the evidence to a Harris County grand jury, which determined there was sufficient evidence for criminal charges. We will follow the evidence wherever it leads and apply the law equally to all; our work continues.”

The following persons were indicted Monday, April 11 in cases filed in the 351st District Court. Their first court appearances were made this morning:

Alexander Triantaphyllis

Misuse of Official Information, Third Degree Felony

Tampering with a Government Record, State Jail Felony

 

Wallis Nader

Misuse of Official Information, Third Degree Felony

Tampering with a Government Record, State Jail Felony

 

Aaron Dunn

Misuse of Official Information, Third Degree Felony

Tampering with a Government Record, State Jail Felony

 

An indictment means that a grand jury, after a review of the evidence, has determined that there is probable cause for a criminal charge. Please remember that a person is presumed innocent until proven guilty. The Harris County District Clerk’s Office is the keeper of court records and is point of contact for requesting copies of the indictments or other documents.

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