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SAPD Officer Casanova ‘Knock and Talk;’ What Happened?

PLEASE NOTE: Nothing on this website or in this publishing should be taken as legal advice. SAPD Officer Casanova’s Legal Battle On March 25, 2022, Kens5 wrote a story about an officer involved shooting. Specifically, they referenced Officer Casanova of the San Antonio Police Department (SAPD) and his […]

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

Michelle Barrientes-Vela is one of Bexar 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 […]

Did Union Billboards Have Anything to do with Crime Spike in Bexar County?

Recently, Sheriff Javier Salazar, of the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, identified a trend in crime within county patrolled areas. Specifically, he submitted a letter to the Bexar County Commissioners Court stating in the last several months, violent crime has increased: He identified incidents which occurred after billboards were […]

Hays County Pro Tem Formally Served Show Cause Notice in Suspected Contempt of Court Cause

Afton Washbourne, the assigned prosecutor for the State of Texas, by way of recusal ordered by Judge Steel of the Hays County District Courts, was formally serviced process for a motion for contempt of court related to said order. The Hays County Criminal District Attorney’s Office was initially […]

Court Tosses Attorney General’s Frivolous Suit on San Antonio Police Chief

Originally filed on January 15, 2021, the Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, attempted to remove San Antonio Police Chief William McManus from his public office for suspected violations of Senate Bill 4 (an immigration law passed to assist in coordinating matters important to the Federal Government and related […]

2 Areas of Texas Connected by One Police Chief (Cameron County & Hays County)

Recently, a citizen filed two Petitions for Mandamus Relief in two separate District Courts. The first, was filed in the Cameron County District Court and provides for a clear connection to the second filing in the Hays County District Court. The first mandamus alleges members of the City […]

Prior Harlingen Area and Current San Antonio Area Police Chief yet to Waive Service on Civil Rights Lawsuit

On May 5, 2021, all other parties to Ferrara v Wallace have waived service to the lawsuit filed based upon Terry Jay Wallace Seniors false report. The only waiver remaining it Terry Wallace’s. Terry who goes by Jay Wallace, or TJ Wallace has yet to formally acknowledge the […]

The Cameron County Government Waives Service of Summons in Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit

On April 15, 2021, the Cameron County Government provided three of four waiver of summons in a Federal Civil Rights lawsuit. The fourth waiver could not be returned at this time due to the fourth person, Luis Mendieta no longer being with the Cameron County Government. Interestingly enough, […]

Hays County Claims to Have Misfiled a Case at a Higher Level

On April 13, 2021, the Hays County 274th District Court held a hearing on a pre-indictment habeas corpus relief hearing. In the hearing the Travis County Attorney, Pro Tem disclosed the matter to be considered a misdemeanor and not a felony. Apparently, per the Travis County Attorney, the […]

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