Tag: Government

Cameron County Constable for Precinct 5 Changes Last Name

On June 12, 2012, a Facebook post was published by the Cameron County Constable’s Office for Precinct 5. In the post it changed the name of Constable Solis to add DeLaunay. We are unsure if there is a legal name change for the request. The posting is here: […]

14 Months Later and No Charges on a Hays County Police Chief’s False Claims

Hays County Court at Law 3 held a Habeas Corpus Hearing today for an individual arrested by a Justice of the Peace warrant. The Hays County Justice of Peace, Beth Smith, from Precinct 2 issued an arrest warrant on behalf of pseudonym John Smith (a.k.a. Jeffrey Blake Barnett, […]

OAG Files Appellate Brief After Losing a Lack of Jurisdiction Claim Related to Whistleblower Lawsuit

The Texas Attorney General’s Office provided the following Press Release: “AUSTIN – Yesterday the Office of the Attorney General of Texas (OAG) filed an appellate brief with the Austin-based 3rd Court of Appeals fully debunking a group of former OAG political appointees who had gone rogue and lodged […]

SB 530- Update to the State of Texas Harassment Laws – Protects Free Speech

Senate Bill 530 was filed to curb certain types of online harassment. The law was amended to add a new element to the Texas Penal Code 42.07, Harassment. Under the proposed law, which has passed the House and Senate vote, it would make it illegal to “publish on […]

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