Former San Antonio Lawyer Pleads Guilty to Scamming Clients With Fake Court Rulings

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Todd Prins forged judges' signatures and tapped into a client's $2.4 million trust fund for his own personal use, according to an indictment.

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  • UnCoveringUnCoverup

    UnCoverUp sounds like another pro-se type that thinks the rules of civil procedure shouldn‘t apply to him or his case. The cited case just details a colossal procedural screw-up by the plaintiff that resulted in him being poured out of court. No conspiracy to see here folks.

  • UnCoverUp

    Just the iceberg tip of the booming lawyer/judge case rigging racket in Texas. The failure of state "law enforcement" agencies, including the Texas Rangers, State Bar of Texas, Texas Ethics Commission, the State Commission on Judicial Conduct, and the Attorney General, to take any substantive action against decades of citizen complaints that document many cases of Texas iawyers laundering bribes to Texas judges on behalf of their insurer bosses in quid pro quo for corrupt judges committing honest services frauds against the state by knowingly issuing fraudulent rulings that favor the insurer and their lawyers. The feds need to review past complaints and move to lock up the dirty judges, and the law enforcement bureaucrats who have enable them in their crimes. See scribd.com/document/77638195/Opinion-on-Remand-by-David-L-Bridges-June-23-2003 and scribd.com/document/155127415/Texas-SCJC-Memo

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