Texans elected Indicted Judge

October 12, 2019 Edmund Burke 0

Here’s why newly elected Justice Rodolfo ‘Rudy’ Delgado was suspended from bench again… Eleanor Dearman, Corpus Christi Caller Times A South Texas judge elected to the 13th Court of Appeals while under federal indictment for […]

Texas Lawyers Angry That Judge-Briber Still Practices Law

October 5, 2019 Edmund Burke 0

“To think there’s an attorney who’s pleaded guilty to bribing a judge, and he’s been allowed to keep practicing law,” solo practitioner Pat Nitsch said. “It’s a black-and-white issue, as far as I’m concerned.” By […]

TEXAS’ BEXAR COUNTY IN FRAUD SPOTLIGHT

September 21, 2019 Edmund Burke 0

Attorneys battle over San Antonio real estate tycoon’s estate: By Patrick Danner/Expressnews.com While the late real estate tycoon James F. Cotter may be resting in peace, tensions are running high over the multimillion-dollar estate he […]

Big Trouble in Texas Probate

May 27, 2019 Edmund Burke 0

Judge Kazen OK’s Lawyer’s $200K Billing-Frenzy; Targets Whistleblower With “Sanctions” San Antonio, Texas (Bexar County) John MacCormack May 24, 2019 Updated: May 24, 2019 7:37 p.m. In a stern rebuke, a judge ordered maverick lawyer Phil […]

Are Judges Really Immune?

September 26, 2018 Edmund Burke 0

Houston federal judge allows state judge to be sued By David Yates | May 16, 2018 HOUSTON – Southern District Chief Justice Lee H. Rosenthal recently issued a landmark ruling allowing a wrongful death lawsuit […]

Texas Lawyer Forged Will; Faces Disbarment

June 12, 2018 Edmund Burke 0

Lawyer Convicted of Forging Millionaire’s Will Faces Disbarment A West Texas lawyer who was convicted of forging a will to steal the estate of a multimillionaire now faces disbarment, while also seeking… By Angela Morris […]

Probate Lawyer Admits Purgery

December 5, 2017 pershing 0

Probate Attorney Admits He Lied to Grand Jury John Young leaves the Tom Green County Courthouse Monday, Oct. 30, 2017. (LIVE! Photo/Joe Hyde)  By Yantis Green | Oct. 31, 2017 7:27 pm SAN ANGELO, TX […]

Texas’ Probate “Players” Drain Assets

July 1, 2017 pershing 0

How judges, probate attorneys, and guardianship orgs abuse the vulnerable by Michael Barajas A Bexar County court twice investigated whether Jack Hood was incapacitated when he contested a guardianship case involving his wife of 35 years. […]