Harris County Clerk of the Court unlawfully changes Plaintiff’s Pleading

The Harris County Clerk of the Court changes the Petitioner’s pleading by adding a post-it-note to the pleading asking why it was filed in this court. Moreover, the Plaintiff was never sent a copy of this change thus was unlawfully unable to respond to the ex-parte communication.


Judge and clerks unlawfully holds court records

The Realtor requested a copy of a court record and the Judge would not respond to the request thus the Realtor had to send a copy of a Writ of Mandamus. After this, they finally released the record to me. The Judge says on his website that he “rights a wrong” is blatantly false. How can you right a wrong when you are the wrong?


Grace Cantana accuses requester of records of ex-parte communication

Grace Cantana of the Harris County Civil Courts accuses a requester of public records of ex-parte communication. Rule 12 of the Rules of Judicial Administration specify how a requester requests public records. Pursuant to Rule 12.2(e)(2) you are the custodian of records in the above case. As you can see, I never received a response on how my valid request was ex-parte communication.