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Prior Kyle Police Association President Had 1 Hearing on Motion to Vacate Arbitration Award

PLEASE NOTE: Nothing in this publishing or on this website should be taken as legal advice. The prior Kyle Police Association President, Jesse Espinoza, had a hearing on May 25, 2022, to defend his filing involving a motion to vacate an award issued in an arbitration process. He […]

Corpus Christi Police Department to Increase Staffing on Weekends to 1 Unit

According to the Corpus Christi Police Department Blotter, the Corpus Christi Police Department will be increasing its availability to the community, on the weekends. The move comes as the Corpus Christi Police Department will attempt to solve a common problem faced by many law enforcement agencies throughout Texas; […]

4 Texas Judges Receive Public Discipline in April 2022

The Texas State Commission on Judicial Conduct (SCJC) issued six disciplinary actions to judges in the month of April. Four of the disciplinary actions judges received were public. The judges receiving public discipline are as follows: The Honorable Judge Clyde Black: On April 7, 2022, the Honorable Clyde […]

1 Texas County Judge Charged with Cattle Theft

A Texas County Judge was arrested after a yearlong investigation, which is still ongoing. Loving County Judge Skeet Jones, a descendent of a powerful ranching family, has been in his role since 2007. Loving County is said to be the least populated county in the continental United States. […]

Prior Kyle Police Association President to Have Hearing to Vacate Arbitration Award

On May 31, 2018, Jesse Espinoza, a prior Kyle Police Association President, filed a petition to have the arbitration award granted to the City of Kyle, vacated. Initially, the prior Kyle Police Association President was separated from the City of Kyle due to a 2015 investigation, which was […]

City of Mercedes Files Lawsuits on Prior City Attorney, City Attorney Gets Indicted

The City of Mercedes filed three lawsuits in Hidalgo County District Court. These lawsuits were filed in 2020. The cause numbers are C-1274-20-B, C-1564-20-J, and C-1640-20-G. The filings relate to prior City Attorney Juan R Molina’s time representing the City of Mercedes. The lawsuits reference decisions made by […]

Harlingen Swears-In First Female Mayor

Since there is a new mayor, what happens with the past mayors emails? The ones not on government server? The Texas Attorney General has a complaint on such this question. Copied directly from the City of Harlingen: 05/18/2022 “Harlingen, Texas– Harlingen City Commissionerstonight canvassed the votes of the […]

Past 404th District Judge and Past 404th District Judge Candidate Battle Free Speech Claims

Did the title catch your attention? Good… now we will explain what it means. Currently, past candidate for the office of the 404th District Court Judge in Cameron County, Texas has filed a lawsuit claiming defamation. However, the past 404th District Court judge is not the one that […]

SAPD Officer Suspension Report

San Antonio Police Department Releases its April 2022 Suspension Report.

The San Antonio Police Department (SAPD) has issued its monthly suspension report. DRIVING SUSPENSIONS: Officer Dario Ledesma was suspended for violation of an applicable fire or police department rule or special order. Essentially, he got into a vehicle accident. The suspension was rendered, based upon “[t]he level of […]

When Will Prior Bexar County Precinct 2 Constable Barrientes Vela Trial Begin?

Michelle Barrientes-Vela is one of Becar County’s prior Constables. She was elected to the Precinct 2 office. On or about May 17, 2021, Barrientes Vela was indicted on multiple counts. The offense date is claimed to be around June 26, 2019. On or about April 22, 2022, a […]

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