Robert S. Bennett Asks Court to Suspend Disbarment

, Texas Lawyer

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Bennett also, for the second time, asked 289th District Judge Carmen Kelsey of San Antonio, a "specially assigned judge" presiding over his disbarment lawsuit, to order the commission to participate in mediation.

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  • Who‘s Your Daddy?

    Prior to my case going to trial the honorable Bennett called me and told me to find a new lawyer because the Government assigned him to the Allen Stanford case and he would earn 4 X the hourly rate he charged me and the funds from that case appeared to be endless. I had about a year of expenses with Bennett and he dropped me like a dirty condom and I had to begin with a new attorney and double my expenses. For the 1,054 cronies who signed the petition. This simply proves you are as cheap and worthless as Bennett, signatures are easy, why don‘t you pay to defend him or volunteer to defend him. The fact is he (and all attorneys) are required by law to represent and work diligently for the people they are representing and the law requires it. When the law doesn‘t fit your lifestyle you feel you are above it and shouldn‘t be held to that standard. Look yourself in the mirror and ask if this happened to your son, daughter, Mother would you want the attorney to uphold his end of the agreement or do you feel justice would be served by letting your family member be taken advantage of by a attorney who picks and choses how laws apply to him? The grand double standard is it not?

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