Tuesday, November 25, 2008


Today I wanted to post a hard hitting piece on Willacy County but my source failed to bring me the documents. Maybe tomorrow. This is my concern, Judge Banales knows he violated the rules of professional conduct when he discharged Juan Guerra from 5 of the cases. The lawyers who presented the motions know they violated the rules of professional conduct.

Here is my question, even if the indictments are bogus, and Juan Guerra cannot be the victim and prosecutor at the same time, does he not have a right to fair notice that the trial judge intends to remove him from 5 of the cases. What does it say about the Attorney Pro Tem who was appointed to replace Guerra. He knows the judge and the attorneys violated the rules of professional conduct, but yet stands there in open court and says - "I’m okay with unethical conduct."

This case deserves transparency. The local and national press get an "F" for their coverage of this issues.


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