District court Judge, Lena Levario, who held Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins in contempt of court has now been subpoenaed by a grand jury that is looking into whether her ruling was incorrectly swayed by other judges. Judge Levario is fighting the allegations and questions being brought up by prosecutors and has hired an attorney. The subpoena was served to Judge Levario last week as she sat on her bench and her attorney Tom Mills has filed a Motion to Quash the Subpoena. Levario is the second judge subpoenaed in this matter regarding Craig Watkins. Watkins is looking to prove or determine whether criminal court judges Julia Hayes and Angela King attempted to wrongly influence Levario’s decision in a case in which Watkins was accused of prosecutorial misconduct by an oil family millionaire. Everyone involved in the case has been ordered by State District Judge Mike Snipes not to discuss any details of the matter. When the office of Craig Watkins was asked for comment they declined due to the fact that they do not comment on grand jury proceedings. It all began when Judge Levario held Watkins in contempt for refusing to testify about the allegations put forth against him. In the same hearing, she also ended up dismissing some charges against oil heir Al Hill III after Watkins refused to testify. Later after the trial, another judge acquitted Watkins of the contempt charges stating that the hearings should not have happened in the first place because Hill needed sufficient evidence of misconduct by Watkins for Levario to grant the hearing however the hearing was being held only to seek evidence. After everything was said and done, no ruling was ever made on the facts of holding Watkins in contempt or the accusations of prosecutorial misconduct. At this time, it is unclear whether Levario is being investigated or just being sought to be interviewed as a witness. Stay tuned for more updates on this pending legal matter!