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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 […]

Default Judgement Motion Filed in Lawsuit Involving the City Manager of Harlingen

On November 3, 2021, a motion for a hearing to confirm a default judgement on the City Manager Gabriel Gonzalez was filed in the 404th District Court of Cameron County. The motion comes as Mr. Gonzalez has not answered the lawsuit served on him through the service provided […]

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 […]

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, […]

Federal Appeal Against Two Police Chief’s Has Been Dismissed.

A Federal Appeal , filed in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, under 21-50050, which received no service to the defendants listed, in District Court, was dismissed today, March 9, 2021. This occurred after the Appellees in the cause raised concerns they were not […]

Ferrara v Wallace Et Al, a Lawsuit on Two Police Chief’s is Moving to an Appeal

Ferrara v. Wallace Et Al, (a case involving a Veterans Affairs Police Chief and the City of Kyle Police Chief) has moved to the United States 5th Circuit Court of Appeals under 21-50050, after a District Judge appeared to overlook objections made to the US Magistrate’s Report and […]

NEW UPDATED in Civil Suit Naming TWO Police Chiefs, US District Court, Western District of Texas, San Antonio Division

Most recently, in file 5:20-cv-01128, the United States Magistrate Judge filed his “Report of Recommendations,” and, as a result, there has been an “objection,” made in the cause. We believe, the most important part of the matter, is the factual information in the cause. It links to two […]

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 […]

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