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Cameron County Sheriff’s Office - Chief Deputy Files Lawsuit

Cameron County Sheriff’s Office, Chief Deputy Files 1 Lawsuit on His County Commissioners

PLEASE NOTE: Nothing in this publishing or on this website should be taken as legal advice. Cameron County Sheriff’s Office, Chief Deputy Files 1 Lawsuit on His County Commissioners Robert Garcia, currently employed by the Cameron County Sheriff’s Office as the Chief Deputy, has filed a lawsuit on […]

FIRED: 1 Cameron County Sheriff Deputy was Deceitful in Background Investigation

PLEASE NOTE: Nothing in this publishing or on this website should be taken as legal advice. FIRED: 1 Cameron County Sheriff Deputy was Deceitful in a Background Investigation The Cameron County Sheriff’s Office has let go one of its deputies due to answers provided on the mandatory requirement […]

Cameron County DA’s Office Makes Confusing Move in Brownsville ISD Trustee Case

PLEASE NOTE: Nothing published in this article or on this website should be taken as legal advice. Cameron County DA’s Office Makes Confusing Move in Brownsville ISD Board Member Case The Cameron County DA’s Office has made another change of pace in the nepotism case affecting Brownsville ISD […]

Harlingen Swears-In First Female Mayor

Since there is a new mayor, what happens with the past mayors emails? The ones not on government server? The Texas Attorney General has a complaint on such this question. Copied directly from the City of Harlingen: 05/18/2022 “Harlingen, Texas– Harlingen City Commissionerstonight canvassed the votes of the […]

Past 404th District Judge and Past 404th District Judge Candidate Battle Free Speech Claims

Did the title catch your attention? Good… now we will explain what it means. Currently, past candidate for the office of the 404th District Court Judge in Cameron County, Texas has filed a lawsuit claiming defamation. However, the past 404th District Court judge is not the one that […]

Cameron County District Attorney Motions to Dismiss Appeal on Brownsville ISD Nepotism Case

First Administrative Assistant Edward A. Sandoval, filed a motion to dismiss in the Court of Appeals, Thirteenth Judicial District under cause 13-22-00206-CR. The motion to dismiss is related to Minerva Pena, a Brownsville ISD board member, being indicted on a class c misdemeanor charge of nepotism. The matter […]

Federal Deposition Appears to Expose Risks within the Cameron County Sheriff’s Office

PLEASE NOTE: Nothing in this publishing or on this website should be taken as legal advice . Federal Deposition Appears to Expose Risks within the Cameron County Sheriff’s Office In one of the lawsuits filed on Cameron County Sheriff Eric Garza, he is questioned related to his campaign […]

Judge Rescinds and Reissues Order Quashing Indictment Filed by Cameron County District Attorney’s Office

On May 10, 2022, the Cameron County District Attorney’s Office got their wish. The late filed order, which quashed the indictment filed on Minerva Pena, a Brownsville ISD board member, has been rescinded and reissued. Now the Cameron County District Attorney’s Office can file an appeal to the […]

Cameron County’s Timeframe to Appeal the Nepotism Dismissal on Minerva Peña has Passed

On May 3, 2022, the Court of Appeals, for the Thirteenth District of Texas sent notice to the Cameron County District Attorney’s Office, which states the following: “It appears that the appeal has not been timely perfected. Pursuant to Tex. R. App. P. 37.1, you are hereby given […]

Cameron County is Quick to Appeal Nepotism Case

On May 2, 2022, Janie Carrizales, on behalf of Edward Sandoval, submitted a document which appeared to be signed by Luis V Saenz, to appeal the Motion to Quash that dismissed the nepotism case filed by the Cameron County District Attorney’s Office. The case will now head to […]

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