Wednesday, December 16, 2015

 
ROBERT AND LORRIE SANCHEZ MAKE ME WANT TO PUKE
 
I am going to update this as I go along.  I will begin with the drug testing results.  Lorrie came up clean.  Robert Sanchez did not, according to the results filed yesterday by Lorrie Sanchez's counsel as part of an emergency motion to terminate Robert Sanchez visitation rights.  More on that.  But be sure neither of these two are angels and neither seems to care about the nightmare the children are suffering.
 
My post is based on over an hour of reviewing the court pleadings.
 
Based on drug testing Robert Sanchez came up positive for Norcocaine, Cocaethylene is formed in vivo by the liver when cocaine and ethanol coexist in the blood, and Benzoylelgonime, Benzoylecgonine is a topical analgesic and the main metabolite of cocaine.
 
It will be for the court, not me to determine what these test results mean.  Robert Sanchez is also free to submit the results from an independent lab which may contradict these results.  I obtained the information directly from the submission by the testing company.
 
THE UNETHICAL STUNT BY LORRIE SANCHEZ'S COUNSEL
 
According to pleadings, against the express demand by Sanchez's counsel via email, Mr. Armstrong who represents Lorrie Sanchez met with Robert Sanchez, his father, and Lorrie Sanchez and her father to work out a property division.  Ernesto Gamez who represents Robert Sanchez was not at the meeting.  This is a major no, no.  Even if Robert Sanchez went voluntarily Armstrong had a duty to notify Gamez of the meeting.  There is a pending motion for sanctions on this.
 
Sanchez claims that during one of these meetings Lorrie Sanchez's father Joe Garza Sr. threatened to kill Robert Sanchez.  This is why you do not do these meetings without both counsel present.  This is going to be a he said she said.  There is no references to witnesses.
 
LORRIE SANCHEZ APPEARS TO BE FLAMING THE FIRE
 
In another motion filed by Robert Sanchez, he claims Lorrie Sanchez tour down some valuable trees to put up a fence between the family home and the father in law's home next door which is where Robert Sanchez lives.  Lorrie claims she had her father tear out some thorny bushes and a sour orange tree for the privacy fence.  You do not so something like this, even if it is justified, without the consent of the court.  Either her counsel cannot control her or he is giving her really bad advice.  Neither side seems to want to calm  things down.
 
 
 
ROBERT SANCHEZ WAS ABLE TO GET THE PROTECTIVE ORDER VOIDED BECAUSE IT WAS DONE EX PARTE IN VIOLATION OF THE RULES, AND OUTSIDE THE 30 DAYS AFTER THE VIOLENCE AS PROVIDED FOR BY THE FAMILY LAW CODE
 
What we have is complete incompetence by Saenz.  Now I will say I have read the entire guide by the AG concerning DA's filing for protective order and I can find nothing which says it must be filed within 30 days, but § 83.006(b)(2) of the Family Code does say 30 days.  But the protective order section relied on by the DA is in a completely different part of the family code.  So I am on the fence on the issue.  I would think the AG's guide telling DA's they have only 30 days after the alleged violence to seek the protective order is something which should be in the guide.
 
THE NEW CLAIMS OF VIOLENCE AND NEGLECT ALONG WITH THE OLD
 
Yesterday Lorrie Sanchez filed a motion through her counsel claiming that her 11 year old was slapped in the face in church by Robert Sanchez.  The matter needs to be investigated.  The original two assault charges involved Lorrie Sanchez being hit by a door by Robert Sanchez, and their 17 year old son having his hand slapped.  Unless the latter was in defense of the mother I think Saenz is really stretching it on that one. 
 
I have been the loudest voice to stop domestic abuse, but a father slapping a son's hand is hardly family abuse, unless it was in the context of the son protecting the mother.
 
Lorrie Sanchez is also claiming that two of her children told her the father got mad and made then get out of the car and walk a few blocks without him.
 
These are allegations.  But if the drug tests in fact prove drug use by Robert Sanchez, we have a problem.
 
It is inconceivable to me Judge Rene De Coss with claims of direct abuse of the children is sitting on this motion without an emergency hearing.  Both sides for weeks have been filing cross motions inflaming the situation and Judge De Coss cannot find the time for an emergency hearing to stop the endless nonsense which is causing the children to suffer.
 
Even if De Coss had a chance as a Republican in Cameron county to win during a presidential election, Gloria Rincones now has the evidence to show he is not qualified to do heated family law cases.  He should have brought this case under control weeks ago, and he has not.  The children are suffering as he sits and waits until January 4, 2016.  If the drug results are valid and Lorrie Sanchez's claims of additional violence on the 11 year old are true along with forcing the younger kids out of the car, then making these children wait until January 4, 2016, for a ruling in my mind is just plain cruel.
 
SAENZ NEEDS TO INTERVIEW WITNESSES CONCERNING THE ALLEGED ASSAULT ON THE 11 YEAR OLD WHILE AT CHURCH
 
If witnesses verify the claim we are looking at a felony charge.  Just so my readers understand the cut off for misdemeanor versus felony is 14 years of age.
 
I am still researching who signed off on the $6,000 bond for the alleged assault on Joe Garza Sr,, age 72.
 

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