Meet Judge Jerry Edwin Smith of the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (5th Cir.)

3502 Bellefontaine St, Houston, TX 77025

3 beds 2.5 baths 4,309 sqft
Valuation: $876,115

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Judge Jerry Smith’s Financial Disclosure Report

Simply stated, Smith’s investments pays homage to Chase and JP Morgan Chase, as we’ve discussed in Judge Willett’s audit report. The decisions in favor of JP Morgan Chase by the Hon. Jerry Smith are reflected in his financial investments. Try our SearchLight search above and it will confirm the obvious. LIT rests.

About Houston Political Consultant and Judge Smiths’ spouse, Mary Jane Smith

Mary Jane Smith’s most recent major event was running as a candidate for Houston City Council District C in 2019. (she lost).

Mary Jane Blackburn Smith is a native Houstonian and is married to Judge Jerry E. Smith, Firth Circuit Court of Appeals. They are the parents of four adult children: Ruth Ann, Clark, J.J., and Brandon. She is a graduate of Maryville College of the Sacred Heart in St. Louis, Missouri. She has done graduate studies at the University of St. Thomas and Rice University and received professional certification in NSFRE from Rice University.

Smith’s professional career has centered on the Texas and Houston political world for over four decades.

She has served as a political consultant to Presidential campaigns and an advisor to United States Senators and Congressmen, mayors, and many other elected officials and to governmental and private sector initiatives.

She has served as a delegate to two Republican National Conventions and was a Presidential Elector. She is the founder and president of The MJS Group, a political consulting and fundraising firm.

Mrs. Smith has served as a Harris County Republican Precinct Chair for forty years as well and as a Senatorial District Chair.

She served as Executive Director of the Harris County Republican Party under chairs Nancy Palm and Ray Barnhart.

She is founder of The Texas Conservative View, a general purpose Political Action Committee (PAC) and Small Cities, America, a local Republican Club servicing the small cities within Loop 610.

While politics is her profession, Mrs. Smith has actively served our community as a ten year member of the Harris County Historical Commission, a Harris County Grand Juror Commissioner, a member of the Board of Directors of Catholic Charities and Chair of the Development Board of Catholic Charities, a member of the Incarnate Word Academy Board of Advisors, President of the Pope John Paul II Texas Foundation, a thirty-five year member and officer of the Charity Guild of Catholic Women, and a member of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem.

She has served as a Director of The Texas Judicial Foundation.

She is an active member of the Braes Heights Civic Association. Smith is a parishioner at Corpus Christi Catholic Church.

Current List of Judges (2020), Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit, LA.

WILSON, CORY T.

WILLETT, DON R.

WIENER, JACQUES L. (JR.)

STEWART, CARL E.

SOUTHWICK, LESLIE H.

OWEN, PRISCILLA R.

OLDHAM, ANDREW “ANDY” S.

KING, CAROLYN DINEEN, (MRS. REAVLEY)

JONES, EDITH H.

JOLLY, E. GRADY

HO, JAMES “JIM” C.

HIGGINSON, STEPHEN A.

HIGGINBOTHAM, PATRICK E.

HAYNES, CATHARINA

GRAVES, JAMES E. (JR)

ENGELHARDT, KURT E.

ELROD, JENNIFER W.

DUNCAN, STUART K.

DUHE, JOHN M.

DENNIS, JAMES L.

DAVIS, W. EUGENE

COSTA, GREGG J.

CLEMENT, EDITH B.

BENAVIDES, FORTUNATO P.

BARKSDALE, RHESA H.

Second Circuit and Amici from CFPB Ensure Homeowner Can Obtain Meaningful Relief from PHH Ocwen

We do not believe that Naimoli needs to make an additional showing of damages to survive summary judgment on her § 1024.35 claim.

Young’s ‘Pretty Good Deal’ is Another Baked Fifth Circuit Foreclosure Opinion by an Infamous 3-Panel

Compare, for example, the foreclosure case of Rob authored by Judge Stephen Higginson in 2018 which reversed and rendered for homeowners.

The Fifth Circuit Won’t Consider Reversing in Affirming Reverse Mortgage Foreclosure

Dismissals for lack of jurisdiction are generally without prejudice. Not in this case sayeth the Fifth Circuit panel reviewing de novo.

Expressive Associations Exist for the Purpose of Engaging in Those Activities Protected by the First Amendment

The district court specifically held that Mote’s association and speech rights were clearly established. The Fifth Circuit Agreed.

Fifth Circuit: Why is Herbert’s Foreclosure Settlement Agreement Missing from Federal Court Docket Exhibits?

When is a settlement agreement not a settlement agreement? When it involves a foreclosure, a bank and the Fifth Circuit.

Texas Attorney Thomas Austin Willbern III’s Foreclosure Affirmed by Fifth Circuit

Chase’s 2013 proposed repayment plan and its 2014 request for less than the full amount owed is an intent to abandon its 2010 acceleration.

Laws In Texas is a blog about the Financial Crisis and how the banks and government are colluding against the citizens and homeowners of the State of Texas and relying on a system of #FakeDocs and post-crisis legal precedents, specially created by the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit to foreclose on homeowners around this great State. We are not lawyers. We do not offer legal advice. We are citizens of the State of Texas who have spent a decade in the court system in Texas and have been party to during this period to the good, the bad and the very ugly.

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