Attorneys for indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry were back in court on Monday to file a sixty-page motion to dismiss the charges against their client. The motion contends that Governor Perry had the constitutional right to veto funding for the Public Integrity Unit after the district attorney in charge of the office was convicted of drunken driving.
The governor, who is exploring another run for the White House, was touring several battleground states when the motion was filed.
ABC’s Jim Ryan reports from Dallas/Ft. Worth.
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