Monday, October 23, 2017


IS JUDGE BEN EURESTI PLAYING FREE AND LOSE WITH THE LAW ALONG WITH SAENZ?  THE CASE OF ELIZONDO

Well Victor Ramirez filed a discovery request with the court.  Like I said no such thing as an Iron Clad contract.  I read every word.  When I do contract work, I read the contract with a ruler and a pencil. 

Such as in the Sanchez case I found the use of the term "alleged father,"  odd. I find Victor Ramirez use of the term as Escobedo's "appointed attorney" interesting.  Now it could be a typo?  God knows I know about typos.  But if it is, it says a lot about Ramirez.  No one except Elizondo has forgotten how he messed up the Raul Salazar's case.  Now he is also messing up Sanchez's case.

Under Texas law court appointed attorneys are selected randomly.  "(i). The court shall appoint attorneys from among the next five names on the appointment list in the order in which the attorneys' names appear on the list, unless the court makes a finding of good cause on the record for appointing an attorney out of order. An attorney who is not appointed in the order in which the attorney's name appears on the list shall remain next in order on the list."

What are the odds the attorney who represented Escobedo during the investigation is now appointed as his attorney?

When Raul Salazar asked for a court appointed attorney to deal with Victor Ramirez's mess, the court properly denied same because Raul's wife has a job. Why the difference? Carlos Elizondo's wife has a job.

But let's assume it is a typo in the letter. Victor's first official act as Carlos Elizondo's attorney was to embarass Judge Euresti, his client and himself.

You are going down Carlos.

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