SOLIZ, DAVID vs. J AND B HICKS INC. ET AL
(Court 080, JUDGE JERALYNN MANOR)
OCT 7, 2022 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: OCT 10, 2022
Waitin’ for service to be completed n’ returned.
Rogue Lawyer Erick DeLaRue is Representing Thief and Convicted Felon David Soliz in Two Conflicting Court Cases and now there’s the $200k theft intervention and Soliz has filed a pro se lawsuit. Is DeLaRogue still on the case? If so, he’s not filin’ https://t.co/noRdA1utoe
— lawsinusa (@lawsinusa) October 14, 2022
SOLIZ, DAVID vs. PHH MORTGAGE CORPORATION
(Court 165, JUDGE URSULA HALL)
SEP 14, 2022 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: SEP 15, 2022
Rogue lawyer Erick Delarue knew that David Soliz stole $200k from two rent to buy victims he signed a sales contract with on this residential property. DeLaRue knew Soliz has a delinquent mortgage on the property and clearly knew PHH Ocwen were foreclosing, as he is the lawyer in the case below, defending Soliz in an lawsuit commenced by the scammed tenants/buyers and their counsel.
Is PHH aware of this?
Did Soliz disclose on the original loan this was a rental home and again in the loan modification applications?
Both the Fort Bend main residence and the Harris County residential property were purchased/inherited in 2005.
Has Soliz disclosed his criminal convictions on any loan modification or loan applications since the purchase of these homes?
Service completed and returned for PHH and Ocwen (Oct 28).
No movement on docket since intervention.
The Soliz Residence; 16 Fosters Ct Sugar Land TX 77479
GONZALEZ, MARIO vs. SOLIZ, DAVID S
(Court 011, JUDGE KRISTEN HAWKINS)
JUN 14, 2022 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: SEP 15, 2022
Mario Gonzalez and Teresa Uyoa signed a sales contract to purchase the property at 530 W Bertrand St Houston TX 77037 for $238K. They gave Soliz $196K down-payment and have paid more than $200k before realizing the home is in foreclosure and Soliz scammed them out of their ‘life savings’.
DeLaRue is representing Soliz in the defense of this case.
There’s no movement on the docket, maybe they’re all mediatin’…off the record.
The Soliz Rent to Buy Property (in foreclosure) ; 530 W Bertrand St Houston TX 77037
Soliz v. State
(Tex. App. Aug. 17, 2021)
AUG 17, 2021 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: SEP 15, 2022
After appellant, David S. Soliz, without agreed punishment recommendations from the State, pleaded guilty to the felony offenses of insurance fraud and forgery of a commercial instrument, the trial court assessed appellant’s punishment at confinement for two years for each offense, suspended the sentences, placed appellant on community supervision for five years for each offense, and ordered that appellant pay $2,200 in restitution related to the insurance fraud offense.
In three issues, appellant contends that the trial court erred in denying his motion to withdraw his guilty pleas, his trial counsel provided him with ineffective assistance of counsel, and the record does not support the trial court’s restitution order.
We modify the portion of trial court’s judgment in trial court cause number 1560682, titled, “Terms of Plea Bargain,” to delete “2 YEARS STJ PROBATED 5 YEARS AND RESTITUTION FEE,” and we modify the portion of the trial court’s judgment in trial court cause number 1560683 titled, “Terms of Plea Bargain,” to delete 2 YEARS STJ PROBATED FOR 5 YEARS.” See TEX. R. APP. P.
We affirm the judgments of the trial court as modified.
SUNTRUST BANK vs. SOLIZ, DAVID S
OCT 21, 2015 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: SEP 15, 2022
This is how David S. Soliz mind works, like a fraudster and criminal that he is.
Soliz v. State,
(Tex. App. Oct. 28, 2003)
OCT 28, 2003 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: SEP 15, 2022
David Salinas Soliz found guilty of PERJURY. $500 fine and one year suspended jail sentence.