Who is Judge Kyle Carter, 125th District Court, Harris County, Texas?

Judge Kyle Carter worked himself into the Real Scumbags Series on LIT and his recent actions raised red flags, so we went diggin’.

After Judge Carter restricted access to the expedited foreclosure case petition on Friday (PNC Bank v. Lamberth, Patricia A., 20 May) – a week after LIT had highlighted a related case which is part of our blockbuster ‘The Real Scumbags Series” – that only peeked our interest in his relationship with the Real Scumbags. As you’ll note herein, our hunch appears to have been validated by the evidence…

Judge Kyle Carter has a busy docket with Real Scumbags in Harris County Court 125.

MAY 22, 2022

Kyle Carter is a judge of the Texas 125th District Court. His current term ends on December 31, 2024.

Carter (Democratic Party) ran for election for the Place 2 judge of the Texas Fourteenth District Court of Appeals.

He lost in the Democratic primary on March 1, 2022.

Hey Bro!

Keepin’ the State Bar of Texas in the Family, from lawyer Dad to Robe wearin’ Judges Eric and Kyle.

Personal Life and Family

Eric is the youngest son to Eric G. Carter, a trial lawyer, and Rev. Dr. Suzan Orr Carter.

His brother, Kyle Carter, currently presides over the 125th Civil District Court of Harris County, Texas.

The ONLY Judge Jerry Schutza Donated To Would Be Kyle Carter

It’s not the amount, it’s the thought that counts.

Nanik Bhagia’s 2019 Donation to Judge Carter’s PAC

Timing is everything. Donated $100 in May and on Nov. 1, his ‘investment’ paid off as Bhagia filed a pro se TRO which Judge Carter Granted on Nov. 4, 2019.  Last time we checked, corporations cannot file pro se and need a lawyer to represent them, but hey, no need to strike the TRO, who cares about the rules in Texas courts, right?

202183782 – ANKUS L L C vs. PHH MORTGAGE CORP. (Court 125)

Removed to Federal Court on Feb. 2, 2022.


201979884 – BHAGIA, NANIK vs. 2018 LONGTERM RE LLC (Court 125)


A-K Texas Venture Capital, L.C. Overview

A-K Texas Venture Capital, L.C. filed as a Domestic Limited Liability Company (LLC) in the State of Texas and is no longer active. This corporate entity was filed approximately thirty years ago on Friday, March 27, 1992 as recorded in documents filed with Texas Secretary of State. There are several officers known to have been associated with this organization at one point.

Judge Al Bennett Assigned to a Familiar Real Scumbag Foreclosure Lawsuit

This is the second time this Plaintiff has been removed to SDTX in a foreclosure involving the same attorneys on both sides.

Corrupt Houston Lawyer Erick DeLaRogue’s Wafer Thin Taco, err Complaint Leaves a Bad Taste

The homeowners complaint refuses to name the husband, has no evidence of the loan or arguments presented e.g. exhibits and more.

Rogue Lawyer Vilt and his Thievin’ Client Kim Bellotte, a former Precinct 2 Lieutenant in Harris County District Court

The only parties allowed in HC District Court are criminals and miscreants. The Outlaws in Dirty Robes prefer ’em to honest litigants.

Who is Judge Kyle Carter, 125th District Court, Harris County, Texas?
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