Tag: Bexar County

Cameron County Court at Law 5 Cause 19-CCR-01643 is on the Move to the 13th Court of Appeals

We have received notice the cause involving a fraudulent report by Terry Jay Wallace Senior, a Police Chief with the Department of Veterans Affairs, but acting in his private capacity is moving to the 13th Court of Appeals. The County Clerk has informed us the Clerk’s Record has […]

A Lawsuit Against Two Police Chiefs (Veterans Affairs and City of Kyle) Has New Movement

Well, the United States District Court, Western District of Texas, San Antonio Division has proceeded with Ferrara v. Wallace, et al (5:20-cv-01128) The most recent component was an order by the Honorable United States Magistrate Judge Richard B. Farrer. He ordered the plaintiff to provide a “more definite […]

City of Dallas Security Force in the 1980’s was a Security Officer Program

We have received confirmation from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) through the Texas Public Information Act (TPIA) that the City of Dallas Security Force commissioned Security Officers through the Texas Board of Private Investigators and Private Security Agencies. Comparing the names on the above document, one […]

Texas Medical Board Publicly Reprimands San Antonio Doctor

A San Antonio Doctor has agreed to be publicly reprimanded by the Texas Medical Board (TMB) and to reimburse a patient under his care. the full summary is here: “Garcia, Ronald K., M.D., Lic. No. H2394, San AntonioOn June 12, 2020, the Board and Ronald K. Garcia, M.D., […]

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What is the REAL REASON, Jeffrey B Barnett, Left Princeton Police Department for Kyle Police Department?

We have written a few publishings about Jeffrey B Barnett, the Police Chief, for the City of Kyle. Most recently, we have been provided through the Texas Public Information Act (TPIA) a submission for Doctorate Degree confirmation for Mr. Barnett. So, we looked at the date and remembered […]

Bexar County (Former) District Court Judge Receives Public Admonishment

Honorable Jose “Joey” Contreras, a Former Judge of the 187th Criminal District Court located in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas received a Public Admonishment on or about September 8, 2020, from the State Commission on Judicial Conduct (SCJC). On October 23, 2018, Judge Contreras presided over a murder […]

Complaint Submitted to City of Kyle Attorney Related to Police Chief Jeffrey B Barnett

Most recently, the City of Kyle has received a complaint related to the Police Chief. The matter was addressed in two separate complaint documents. The first document surrounds “misuse,” of office; which is an item which may have caused recusal of the Hays County District Attorney’s Office from […]

Hays County DA Recuses Himself in Matter Involving City of Kyle Police Chief, Jeffrey B Barnett

Per Criminal District Attorney Wes Mau’s word, the case related to Jeffrey B Barnett, City of Kyle Police Chief, has been referred to the Travis County District Attorney’s Office for processing. Specifically mentioned in the recusal is the following: Referee for “any potential case regarded Mr. Ferrara AND/OR […]

MANY ORDERS NOT SIGNED BY JUDGE in Cameron County Court of Law 5, Case 19-CCR-01643

It appears there may be an issue with the Court Record for Case 19-CCR-01643. We received information from the Cameron County Clerks Office there are orders listed on the public court log, but there are no orders signed by the Judge, as indicated. Specifically, there were claims of […]

Cameron County Court of Law 5, Case 19-CCR-01643 – New Filing Submitted

In response to the Cameron County District Attorney’s Office (CCDAO) objection to the defendants motion to change pleading, the Pro Se submitted a “Statement of Facts,” for the CCDAO to consider before finally deciding to object. The Pro Se understands the convoluted nature of the matter and has […]

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