Tag: 13th Court of Appeals

Cameron County Civil Legal Division Seeks Reconsideration from the 13th Court of Appeals on Courthouse Security Mandamus

On November 2, 2021, the Cameron County Civil Legal Division filed a “Motion for En Banc Reconsideration and Request for Stay,” with the 13th Court of Appeals, in cause 13-21-00309-CV. This filing is tied to the Original Petition of Mandamus filed within the same cause. The mandamus request […]

Cameron County Civil Division may be Appealing a 13th Court Ruling on Courthouse Security

On October 13, 2021, Cameron County Sheriff Eric Garza boosted on official social media platform that he won a denial of a writ of mandamus on the lawsuit where he is named as a defendant, surrounding Courthouse Security. He used official correspondence to display this “win,” for his […]

Cameron County Civil Legal Division Wins a Petition on Mandamus Related to their Sheriff

On September 13, 2021, Judge Gloria Rincones ordered that Cameron County Civil Legal Division Chief Counsel Juan A Gonzales be disqualified as counsel for the Cameron County Government due to a conflict of interest between his representation for the County and prior consultive natured work for Cameron County […]

Cameron County DA Files Late Motion in Habeas Corpus Appeal

On April 15, 2021, an appeal for Habeas Corpus Relief was filed with the Thirteenth Court of Appeals, under cause 13-21-00101-CR. On August 16, 2021, the appellant filed his brief for review of the Trial Courts decision. The matter was then, “ready to set,” allowing the Cameron County […]

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