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Misconduct Complaint Alleges 5th Circuit Senior Judge Edith Brown Clement Issued Partisan Attacks on Colleagues

292 Views April 17, 2019 Be first to comment

Harrington explained in his misconduct complaint that it doesn’t concern the merits of the dissent, but rather the partisan, insulting, egregious and unnecessary comments aimed at other judges. The alleged inappropriate comments said the defendants had bad luck drawing a “majority-minority panel,” that Reeves had issued an order that was tailored to win an election for one candidate, and that if the Fifth Circuit didn’t act, it would have decided the November election for the Senate district in question, which would be uncommon for a federal district judge to decide a race.

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Deutsche Bank and the Two Billion Reasons the Donald Trump Cabinet is Filled with Bankers, Lawyers and Foreclosure Kings

243 Views March 19, 2019 Be first to comment

Ms. Vrablic, an intensely private person who rarely discussed personal matters with her colleagues, steered more than $300 million in loans to Mr. Trump over the ensuing years. When…

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In Acceleration, Bankruptcy, Bill Of Review, Debt Collector, Deed of Trust, Editors Choice, Fake Documents, FDCPA, Federal Law, Fifth Circuit, Foreclosures, Jurisdiction, Laws In Texas, Mortgage Servicers, News, Quiet Title, QWR, State Law, Supreme Court of Texas, Texas, Texas Finance Code

The Truth About Political Intervention for Citizens and Consumers: There is None: You’re on Your Own

288 Views March 15, 2019 Be first to comment

During the run-up of the housing bubble, banks acquired thousands of subprime mortgages and turned them into securities. They created trusts as repositories of the mortgages, with bonds flowing…

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