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Texas Bar Journal 2021

Texas Bar Journal 2021 and links to the corresponding articles on LIT regarding the monthly list of lawyers behavin’ badly.


The Texas Bar Journal 2021.

p.s. July and August are one Edition, hence the duplication, as we like 12 months 🙂



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Dallas Lawyer Ray Jackson is All Jacked Up on Dope Money Laundering Charges

As alleged, Mr. Ray Jackson used his law degree not in the furtherance of justice, but to line his own pockets, a true travesty of the law.

Deutsche Bank: Was it Murder or Was It Suicide?

Val Broeksmit – a longtime source about Deutsche Bank – is missing. He’s the son of a Deutsche Banker found hanging from a door in London.

Wired former Wilmington Loan Officer Jailed, Despite Being a Key Witness for the Government

Loan Officer Joseph Terranova was the seventh and final former top Wilmington Trust official sentenced to prison in recent weeks.

Pardon Us, But We’re Not Done With Roger Stone Says Justice Department

The Justice Department sues pardoned Roger Stone and his wife, Nydia, of owing nearly $2 million in unpaid federal income taxes and fees.

Exclusive: LIT’s Obtained the Opening Statement from the Burkes Sizzlin’ Hot Petition for Rehearing

Abuse of the public trust cannot and must not be tolerated. Corrupt practices in government strike at the heart of social order and justice. – Federal Bureau of Investigation

Owen’s Easter Basket of Omissions and Whiteouts re Ocwen Loan Servicing et al.

The Burkes filed their Petition for Rehearing en banc to allow all the active judges who are not recused and able to participate, an opportunity to cast their Vote.

Texas Bar Journal 2021
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