New Video of Connecticut Fraud Story

November 10, 2021 Edmund Burke 0

Connecticut | November, 2021 Source: Wayne Dolcefino New details about the fraud and malpractice case rooted in Connecticut’s “family court” system has been produced in a video by investigative reporter Wayne Dolcefino. To get a […]

TENNESSEE ATTORNEY FACING 100+ FRAUD CHARGES

January 10, 2020 Edmund Burke 0

Special judge denies dismissal By Tena Lee | Originally published Nov 21, 2019 Hendersonville Standard Two former clients of disbarred Hendersonville attorney Andy Allman may finally get their day in civil court after a special […]

Texas Judge Gets 5 Years for Bribery; Corruption

November 30, 2019 Edmund Burke 0

By Lorenzo Zazueta-Castro, Staff writer McALLEN — Disgraced ex-judge Rodolfo Delgado will be in his 70s when his 60-month prison term expires. Nearly 18 months after FBI agents raided the Hidalgo County Courthouse looking to […]

Tennessee Bar Examiner President Pleads Guilty to Fraud

November 23, 2019 Edmund Burke 0

Former U.S. assistant attorney pleads guilty to stealing thousands from feds by falsifying time cards Cassandra Stephenson, Jackson SunPublished 1:03 p.m. CT Nov. 21, 2019 A former assistant U.S. attorney pleaded guilty Thursday to stealing […]

OHIO COURTS ENFORCED FRAUD; RACKETEERING SAYS SUIT

October 27, 2019 Edmund Burke 0

Why Heirs Need to Protect Elderly Relatives Ohio, Michigan Cases Highlight Guardianship Woes BY JULIETTE FAIRLEY | Via PacerMonitor.com When Khashayar Saghafi’s aging mother was appointed a guardian by the Lorain County Probate Court in Ohio […]

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 […]

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