Friday, June 24, 2011


This case was reversed by the Texas Supreme Court on June 17th.  The cemetery messed up the burial.   There is no issue that the defendants needs to pay damages.  The issue is Judge Limas' disregard for basic law for the sole purpose of inflaming  the jury to higher damages.  In the end this victory by the defendant may be hollow, because a retrial could end up with the same damages.

When you read the opinion it will shock you how open Judge Limas was in ignoring the law. - see the last case. 

For anyone interested here are the briefs.

I am not saying there was any wrongdoing by the Plaintiffs' lawyers - but given what we now know about Judge Limas, I think we should be concerned that with bribes and without bribes the Cameron County Plaintiffs' Bar kept this guy on the bench to do their dirty work.  It may be time for the FBI to open its investigation to all of Judge Limas' cases with major judgments.

It is like I have said many times. there is no greater threat to our democracy than the judiciary.


Anonymous said...

Bobby, do you think that these attorneys that have been indicted will lose their license?

BobbyWC said...

felony conviction makes it automatic

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

Should we expect more attorneys to be indicted still?

BobbyWC said...

I think the FBI is now looking at the entire picture

Anonymous said...

It sounds like they have their work cut out for them in Brownsville.