Tag: Bexar County

Cameron County District Attorney Files an Objection in a Case with No Justice

The Cameron County District Attorney’s Office ( CCDAO) has filed an objection to a motion submitted to Cameron County Court at Law 5 Their main objection? They believe there is a time limit to change pleading. Not that the defendant did what he was accused of. The truth […]

Federal Civil Rights Violations – Lawsuit- Ferrara v. Wallace, et al – ATTORNEY CONNECTION – Jeffrey B Barnett: Kyle Police Chief

Part of the complaint within Ferrara v. Wallace, et al filed in the US District Court, Western District of Texas within San Antonio; includes a connection of a previous lawsuit where Jeffrey B Barnett, Kyle Police Chief, is named and the attorney he used. Specifically, the court records […]

Federal Civil Rights Violations – Lawsuit- Ferrara v. Wallace, et al – LEGAL AUTHORITY EXPLAINED

This publishing is to provide the legal scope of the case filed within the United States District Court, Western District of Texas in San Antonio, Texas. There will be other publishings addressing the other parts of the civil case, but this is to present the matters in basic […]

Civil Rights Violations Have Been Reported to the DoJ on Cameron County

On September 21st, a report of Civil Rights Violation has been submitted to the Department of Justice (DoJ) related to an opportunity for the Cameron County Government to resolve the concerns of a citizen. The County was given an extensive amount of time to review the concerns and […]

TCOLE Refuses to Take Licensing Actions on Certain People – Endangering the Public?

We have submitted more than a few complaints to the Enforcement Unit of the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE), and they have failed to review the files properly. This matter seems to cause harm to the Texans, by officers improperly licensed by the commission. Specifically, we have […]

AG Paxton: City of San Antonio Ordered to Lift Ban on Chick-fil-A at International Airport

Press Release: AUSTIN – Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that the United States Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reached an informal resolution with the City of San Antonio regarding its decision to exclude Chick-fil-A from a concession contract based on the religious beliefs associated with that company and its owners. Last year, on March 28, […]

Deputy Sheriff’s Association of Bexar County President and Many Other Officers in the County are Expected to Receive Disciplinary Actions from TCOLE in September 2020.

About sixty-nine officers working in Bexar County are up for potential disciplinary action with the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE). Most of the officers are with the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) and a notable name may be Jermey Payne; the elected President of the Deputy Sheriff’s […]

AG Paxton Commends San Antonio Federal Court for Dismissing Case
Urging Changes to In-Person Voting

PRESS RELEASE: AUSTIN – Attorney General Ken Paxton today commended the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas for dismissing demands of multiple individual and organization plaintiffs who sought sweeping, judicially-imposed changes to the administration of Texas elections. The court concluded that it lacks jurisdiction to […]

NOTICE: The Cameron County Government was Given a Notice of Intent to a File Civil Rights Violation Law Suit

On June 26, 2020 the Cameron County Government was provided a letter which provides information protected by the 1st Amendment, which allows a citizen to petition the government to redress grievance. Below is the letter and other supporting evidence. In a civil litigation matter, the burden is the […]

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