Over the course of his career, Nathan J. Mays has represented and won judgements in many high profile cases. This is just a small sampling of long and extensive career working in both state and federal cases.
Grand jury decides not to indict doctor accused of possessing child porn
“The Dr. Keping Xie, received a “no bill” at approximately 1 p.m. according to his defense attorney, Nathan Mays. Xie surrendered himself to authorities on Aug. 20 after learning he was being charged with possession of child pornography. He told Channel 2 Investigates that at the time he was “totally shocked” when he heard of the charge…”
MD Cleared Of Wrongdoing
A former MD Anderson Cancer Center scientist accused of possession of child pornography had his case dismissed Wednesday after a Harris County grand jury declined to indict him on charges brought by university police.
Keping Xie, a 56-year-old researcher in pancreatic cancer, resigned from the cancer hospital in April, some three months after University of Texas-Houston police launched their investigation into contents of his work computer…
Gambling Laws Could Be Changing
In a landmark opinion for the Sports Betting and Sports Book industry, the Supreme Court struck down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, finding in an unconstitutional violation of the “anti-commandeering” provision of the 10th Amendment to the United States Constitution.