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Family Injustice - Wayne Dolcefino
« on: Mar 15, 2018, 08:36:06 pm »
 

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Whoa! A little surprise there in one of the videos in this series. Someone you should recognize. Either way, a good series so far, by a good investigator. He might be wrong on some points, but he's a frickin legend round these parts.

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You might want to turn down your speakers for a sec before you hit the play button.  ;D













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Latest: Lombardino Refused to Step Down

https://dolcefino.com/blog/2018/04/17/judge-james-lombardino-refused-to-step-down/

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Embattled Harris County Family Judge, James Lombardino is setting up a potential ethics showdown over his relationship with big divorce lawyer Bobby Newman.

Lombardino has now denied a motion seeking his disqualification in the hotly contested child custody fight between James Rooney and Kora Leach.

Houston lawyer John LaGrappe had sought the constitutional disqualification and a voiding of the Judge’s court orders in the case.

The motion details a “systematic and continuous” financial relationship between Newman and Judge Lombardino and a personal relationship between the two. Newman has been representing Judge Lombardino’s son, David, in his own divorce since June of 2017. There are allegations he’s done it for free.

Judge Lombardino chose not to get out of the case, and that sets up an interesting showdown. First, the newly appointed administrative judge, Susan Brown, has to decide if she will force Lombardino off the case or not. There is the potential for a public court hearing, where LaGrappe could subpoena Newman and court workers from the 308th District Court.

The Lombardino-Newman connections have been the focus of part of a Dolcefino Consulting Investigation into Family Injustice in the Harris County Family Courts.



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And here is info on Harris County Family Court Judges' campaign funds...

https://dolcefino.com/blog/2018/05/03/family-injustice-harris-county-family-courthouse/



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Sound warning - the voice over is a lot louder than the opening song...











Problem is though, as a member of the BAR, the lawyers' first loyalty IS to the court and not to the client.



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P.S. (new post because an edit will mess with the video embed) Any Texans should keep in mind that, here things can get very complicated with  assets as soon as you open a joint account. Also it can be argued that you are civilly married as soon as you both state in public that you are married, and/or you have lived together for 7 years (I believe?) on paper. You gotta check for yourself though.



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Re: Family Injustice - Wayne Dolcefino - Steve Hotze
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Lawsuits create interesting allies


https://dolcefino.com/blog/2018/06/13/lawsuits-create-interesting-allies/

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You might think Hotze has Republican lawyers to hire if he really wants to drag the family business out in court.

Instead he hired John Zavitsanos of the law firm of Ahmad, Zavitsanos, Anaipakos, Alavi & Mensing P.C. Zavitsanos is a Democrat who has given money to the Democratic National Committee.

Wonder how that will go over at the Texas GOP Convention this week in San Antonio?

You see, the judge in the Hotze family feud is Fredericka Phillips of the 61st District Court here in Harris County. She is a Democrat too. In fact, Phillips is the Vice-Chairwoman of the Texas Democratic Party.

A funny thing happens when you look at Judge Phillips campaign reports.In the the 2016 political campaign Judge Phillips held her share of campaign fundraisers.

Judge Phillips is clearly a John Zavitsanos favorite.

In April 2016, the lawyers of his law firm donated $8,765.00 to Phillips’ campaign. His law firm threw in $5,000, and lawyers in the firm kicked in the rest.

On October 4, 2016, Phillips threw another fundraiser. There were 20 contributions made the event.Guess how many came from the Mr. Zavitsanos, his law firm and its lawyers?

Twenty.



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