Harris County Attorney staffers are preparing to head back to civil court to get a temporary injunction reactivated.
They want a state judge to enforce a long list of sanctions against Treasures adult nightclub in Houston.
This comes after a failed attempt by attorneys representing the club to have its nuisance case moved to federal court.
County officials filed suit against the business claiming it was a haven for prostitution and drugs.
It’s an allegation Casey Wallace who represents Treasures denies.
Last month a civil court judge ordered Treasures to get more security cameras, perform drug tests and background checks on all of its enployees.
That order was placed on hold when attorneys for Treasures tried to have the case moved to federal court.
A federal judge kicked it back to the state.
Robert Soard with County Attorney Vince Ryan’s office says they’re waiting on a court date to have the temporary injunction enforced.