Category: Updates

Questions arise as to coroner’s cover up in sudden death (CA)

Six months after Charles Castle suddenly and inexplicably died, the San Bernardino County Coroner has still not come up with a stated cause of death. And according to a Deputy in that office, a critical report is “missing” from Charlie Castle’s file. I had spoken with Charlie Castle on the evening of January 15 at Keep Reading…


City of Temple, Bell County taxpayers funding questionable arrests, prosecutions (TX)

Bell County taxpayers took another financial hit with regard to the C.J. Grisham prosecution as the Texas soldier whose March 16 arrest by Temple police spawned a viral video now prompted a three-hour pre-trial hearing Wednesday before a full courtroom that included supporters and gun rights advocates as well as other observers including local attorneys Keep Reading…


County survives Combs lawsuit (TX)

The Supreme Court of Texas on Friday decided not to review an appeal filed by attorney Jo Ann E. Combs against Kaufman County’s commissioners. In 2002, Combs was awarded $143,168.95 by a guardianship court for her services as attorney ad litem for Wallace A. Darst and his estate from 1995 until 2002. However, U.S. Fifth Keep Reading…


Texas judge overturns convictions of dead attorney

BROWNSVILLE, Texas (AP) — A judge has overturned the convictions of a South Texas lawyer whose body was found on the day he was to report to prison in a judicial bribery scandal. U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen set aside the racketeering, extortion and mail fraud convictions of 56-year-old Ray Marchan. Marchan’s appeal was pending Keep Reading…


Attention general public! Today’s judicial candidates can destroy tomorrow’s quest for justice (TX)

The following article puts forward thought-provoking perspective on judicial races. While there are identifiable players within the traditional political establishment, the article says “This culture of big-money bench manipulation inevitably seeps into appeals- and district-court races…” Absolutely true, but the public needs to understand how local legal industry efforts also get into this action to Keep Reading…

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