So Haggard asked the county ethics board about any possible conflicts of interest. They gave him the green light to handle criminal cases, as long as he recused himself from certain legislative votes. But the issue was later revisited by County Court Judge Jerome Richards, according to a letter written by County Attorney Stephen Button. So Haggard has stopped taking criminal cases.
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