Ahead of Hearings, UT Regent Hall Requests Subpoena

University of Texas System Regent Wallace Hall's possible appearance before the legislative committee that is considering recommending his impeachment remains up in the air following a Thursday exchange between the parties' lawyers.

Allan Van Fleet, an attorney for the regent, requested that the co-chairs of the House Select Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations say whether or not Hall will be subpoenaed to testify at an upcoming hearing. Van Fleet noted that Hall's lawyers have counseled him "to not appear before the committee absent a subpoena." Van Fleet set an end-0f-day deadline for the answer.

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