Attorneys for Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price are fighting once again to have the bribery case against him dismissed.
New court filings claim the government's case is too vague and the search warrants used to collect evidence were too broad and general. The government seized thousands of computer files, hard drives, cell phone data and other documents.
Separate filings are challenging the tax fraud and conspiracy claims against price.
The county commissioner and two associates face trial next February. Two other associates pleaded guilty and agreed to testify against Price.