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Tag: Travis County Attorney

Hays County ‘Superstar’ Court Clerk has Motion for Contempt of Court Filed on Him

The ‘superstar’ employee of Hays County Court at Law, as described in a Hays Free Press publishing, has a motion for contempt of court filed on him for his less than stellar application of duty. The motion was filed with the 3rd Court of Appeals and due to […]

Hays Pro Tem has a Deadline to Respond to Motion for Contempt of Court

Afton Washbourne, a Hays County Pro Tem employed by the Travis County Attorney’s Office was served a Motion for Contempt of Court. The initial service was sent on December 20, 2021. She received the service on or about December 27, 2021. One typically has twenty days to reply […]

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 […]

Hays County Pro Tem Close to Receiving a Notice to Show Cause on a Suspected Contempt of Court Matter

Afron Washbourne, an Assistant Travis County Attorney, may be receiving a “show cause notice,” in the near future; as it relates to allegations she has violated an order of a District Court Judge in Hays County. Through numerous open records requests, so the public can be made aware, […]

Hays County Criminal District Attorney‘s Office Confirms a Few of a Hays County Police Chief’s Improprieties

On December 10, 2021, the Hays County Government through the Hays County Office of General Counsel released a confirmation that neither Kyle Police Chief Jeffrey Blake Barnett, or his officers, provided a document to the Hays County Criminal District Attorney ‘s Office to have his name protected from […]

The 3rd Court of Appeals Requests Lower Court’s Decision on Pre-Indictment Habeas Corpus Application and Motion to Dismiss

On or about June 14, 2021, a petitioner for pre-indictment habeas corpus relief was requested to fill out new bond paperwork without an order. This occurred in the Hays County Court at Law where the Honorable Judge Linda Rodriguez presided in a hearing to remove a bail bond […]

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 […]

Travis County Attorney Claims Her Chief Investigator (essential) Pencil Whips Complaints

Afton Washbourne, the lead attorney, that is not listed as the lead attorney for Hays County Cause 21-2259CR-1, as the Pro Tem for the Hays County District Attorney’s Office made a statement of concern in a hearing on October 13, 2021. The defense team wanted to interview the […]

Kyle City Manager Served Lawsuit Related to His Duty to Citizens

On September 29, 2021, a lawsuit was filed in Hays County District Court on the City of Kyle’s City Manager, J. Scott Sellers. The lawsuit goes into concerns that Mr. Sellers has not performed his duty in accordance with City Ordinance, Policies, Procedures, and Laws. Specifically, the concern […]

Pre-Trial Reset and No Trial Scheduled in False Claims by a Hays County Police Chief

Over the weekend, the court informed all parties in Hays County Court at Law 1, Cause 21-2259CR-1, The State of Texas v. John David Ferrara, the hearing scheduled on September 13, 2021, was to be reset to September 20, 2021. The date reset was the date scheduled for […]

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