1,000-Plus Lawyers Urge Second Look at Disbarment of Robert S. Bennett of Houston

, Texas Lawyer


The disbarred attorney is seeking a new trial.

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What's being said

  • Bob Bennett

    Since the signing of the Amicus, 27 Amicus Briefs have been filed and over 151 letters of support have been filed with the 14th Court of Appeals. Not one ethics expert or even one attorney has filed anything in support of the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel or the Commission for Lawyer Discipline. But Judge Carmen Kelsey who signed the disbarment order has been removed from office and she has been properly vetted at robeprobe.com. For more current information about the case, go to ocdc-revealed.com and read what has been posted there.

  • Whois Yourdaddy

    Congratulations you learned to sign your name. Have a cupcake to celebrate because you are a tweenkie. Get lost in another snow storm.

  • Whois Yourdaddy

    Congratulations you have learned to sign your name. Have a cupcake you twinkie. Get lost in another snow party.

  • Iam Yourdaddy

    Whois yourdaddy I signed the petition and I will be very happy to post my name here. Do you have a basis or an issue and you cowardly calling the signers "poor"?

  • Whois Yourdaddy

    Poor Bob and the more than 1,000 who see that they too could be disbarred. This could have all been prevented had all issues been handled by proper procedure and protocol initially. Isn‘t it ironic when the table is turned and the "attorney" is not happy with the outcome.

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