Governor Perry’s attorneys are moving quickly to dismiss the felony charges against him and get the case thrown out of court entirely. In Monday’s Capital Tonight, we got a look at their first legal move and heard from a St. Mary’s law professor Gerald Reamey about what the governor’s strategy means.

CAMPAIGNS CONTINUE

While Gov. Perry travels to New Hampshire, the race to succeed him continues. We heard why the Wendy Davis and Greg Abbott campaigns have been mostly silent on the Perry indictment and what they’re focusing on instead.

ON THE AGENDA

The Quorum Report’s Harvey Kronberg joined us to weigh in on the day’s political news. Plus, we heard new testimony from the seismologist hired by the state’s oil and gas regulators.