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Category: The Birds Nest – Training, Educational, & Opinions

INFORMATIONAL: Texas Attorney General Provides Opinion on Out-of-County Magistrate Bond Setting

PLEASE NOTE: Nothing in this publishing or on this website should be taken as legal advice. INFORMATIONAL: Texas Attorney General Provides Opinion on Out-of-County Magistrate Bond Setting On April 1, 2022, the Lee County Attorney’s Office in Giddings, Texas sent a request for opinion to the Texas Attorney […]

TCOLE Instructor Arrested After 3 Cadets Make Complaints

PLEASE NOTE: Nothing in this publishing or on this website should be taken as legal advice. TCOLE Instructor Arrested After 3 Cadets Make Complaints A Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council (LRGVDC) Police Academy Instructor was arrested for alleged crimes towards multiple cadets. The Texas Commission on Law […]

Travis County District Attorney Indicts 19 Austin Police Officers, Claims Excessive Force

Travis County District Attorney Jose Garza recently called for the indictments of 19 Austin Police Department, Police Officers. The District Attorney’s Office stance is the use of less than lethal force, as used by the 19 officers, was considered excessive and harming. The officers are accused, essentially, of […]

City of Harlingen Contradicts Commissioner Uribe’s Comments Which Removed Prior City Manager Daniel Serna

In a prior City of Harlingen Commissioners Meeting, Commissioner Richard Uribe made declaration that the City of Harlingen turned over medical records of a police officer to a “criminal.” Specifically quoted in the Valley Morning Star is the following: “Uribe also cited a case in which the city […]

Hays County ‘Superstar’ Court Clerk has Motion for Contempt of Court Filed on Him

The ‘superstar’ employee of Hays County Court at Law, as described in a Hays Free Press publishing, has a motion for contempt of court filed on him for his less than stellar application of duty. The motion was filed with the 3rd Court of Appeals and due to […]

OPINION: There is ONLY One Way a False Case Filed by the Kyle Police Chief Can be PROPERLY Resolved

This all began when Jeffrey Blake Barnett, Jeff Barnett, JB Barnett, or what ever other name he wants to use, moved into Park Trails in Princeton, Texas. The move was unusual because he didn’t rent the model home he moved into. He seemed to have acquired it with […]

SB 530- Update to the State of Texas Harassment Laws – Protects Free Speech

Senate Bill 530 was filed to curb certain types of online harassment. The law was amended to add a new element to the Texas Penal Code 42.07, Harassment. Under the proposed law, which has passed the House and Senate vote, it would make it illegal to “publish on […]

EDITORIAL: Saint Barnett and His Legion of Fools

The is a man as tall as Napoleon with the same kind of kinder spirit. He has worked his way through life by deception and a fake persona. He tries to cover up his past and has lied to obtain everything he has obtained in life. He has […]

Howard County Justice of the Peace Issues Warrant for Another Howard County Justice of the Peace

On February 5, 2021, a warrant was issued by a Justice of Peace in Howard County on Robert Fitzgibbons; who was (at the time) a Justice of the Peace. The warrant was for Stalking: The affidavit claims that Fitzgibbons continually engaged in conduct towards a Micheal Anderson that […]

OPINION: Sunset Advisory Commission Sends Recommendations for TCOLE to the 87th Legislature

The Texas Sunset Advisory Commission (SAC) has recently completed its analysis of the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE). It has made numerous recommendations to improve the oversight of the organization. Many recommendations are management actions. The summary is not pleasant for TCOLE. The SAC believes the regulation […]

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