IS THERE A FAMILY COURT THAT IS NOT CORRUPT SERVING HARRIS COUNTY TEXAS?
Not an attorney. this article is not intended to be legal advice. Consult an attorney for legal advice.
How can it be that Harris County Family Courts are so conclusively corrupt yet Law makers, Court Administrators and the office of the Attorney General does not seem to be aware or simply ignore obvious wide spread racketeering and corruption that is degrading the reputation of the courts.
Or could it be that these officials, agencies and institutions are well aware of Harris County Court Corruption but are either burying their heads in the sand or are simply ignoring the plight of thousands of especially vulnerable Harris County residents that are unable to resist judicial assault from the hands of family courts judges.
Law makers provided judges with great latitude and immunity from prosecution for obvious injustices and crimes. They, in essence tie the hands of hard working and law abiding parents, while providing court officials with enormous levels of resources, for providing protection to court processes, judges and their staff.
Children? who cares about children?
Can any one believe Texas cannot afford to employ separate clerks for the 1st and 14th intermediate courts of appeal serving Harris County Texas? Clerks are provided lots of administrative power and and selected by justices of the court. Having one clerk for both courts, short circuit litigants chanced of obtaining justice.
Clerk Christopher Prine is closely related to Past Judge Charley Prine. Charley Prine up to November 2018 was the most aggressive, controversial judge serving the county. Also, the family court system was the most corrupt and manipulating government institution operating in the County. Judges constructed a ring of comradeship that made public opposition impossible. Yet one Clerk made the determination as to which appeals court an appellant was placed in.
Can anyone contemplate court reporters in Harris County family courts charge about $500.00 per hour for recording testimony? Family Court 246 Harris County charged $2400.00 for 10 hours of trial. Of essence most of the 10 hours were spent in court deliberations and procedures having nothing to do with testimony recording. This period also included 90 minutes daily for lunch.
These reporters make use of taxpayers court material and equipment and are paid salaries in the professional range. How can Harris County justify these fees. A reasonable conclusion could be that these fees are charged to hinder average Americans to afford justice.
Family court 309 charged $125.00 for a 10 minute hearing where the Judge simply reset the hearing by requesting the petitioner's personal phone number and promising to contact him when she was finished reviewing a motion to reinstate a case that was falsely dismissed by Judge Charley Prine who lied on an official document claiming there was no activity in the case for 6 months. A simple review of the court docket will clearly show both opponents and petitioner were in court regarding that case 5 times in that period.
Extend the case milk law abiding parents.
Harris County Family Courts stage judicial kidnapping of children from caring parents to parents they favor without the support of evidence or law. These judges make rulings that are so outrageous that they impose gag orders to protect their injustices and lawlessness. Harris County family courts impose default judgments without notice or process service to parties affected in many instanced, the court has knowledge that the party was not available or the court had neither certificate or prof of service, mandatory to provide jurisdiction for authenticating a case.
Harris Court family court judges refrain from providing rational for verdicts simply because they cannot provide statements of facts and conclusions of law. These judges are intentional law breakers who protect their lawlessness using high costs that are clearly outside the reach of especially minority Americans.
A few hours in family court 310 would leave someone even a novice, with no doubt that Associate Judge Conrad is either incompetent, bias, vindictive or punitive. After all, the judge started a hearing without swearing or affirming any party, then concluded by asking the respondent whether she opposed the motion filed by the petitioner, then simply denied the motions to restore the case to conditions of pre- trial since the case was dismissed along with all temporary orders associated rulings, including salary garnishment and also to reinstate the case, since reinstatement was timely filed and accepted by the court there were hearings attended by both parties weeks prior, yet Associate judge Conrad found legal cover to deny the motions using Texas Rules Of Civil Procedure, 165 a.
I encourage every reader who is not convince of the of judge Conrad lack of understand or simple disregard for Texas rules to read this very simple and uncomplicated rule.
I met a young man in court family court 310 who has made a game of family court gimmicks. He has not only predicted the method of operations of the court but the time it takes to go through routines of the judges and attorneys. They are very predictable; extend the cases to milk every penny from hard working parents.In his case the family court judge uses another method to pirate funds from this parent, given the judges by law makers. THE ATTORNEY AT LITEM AND AMACUS were given to judges by the to legislature to further their reach into the pockets of residents who have limited resources. These judges act as judicial pirates even more dangerous compared to pirates using riffles.
This young man was paying his attorney fees and the cost for the attorney at litem yet there was no urgency or necessity to complete his case. The case has already lasted more than 2 years and as predicted the attorneys gabbled together and the referee, the associate judge Conrad simply reset the case and their corrupt gimmick continues. Another hearing, more wasted time, a few more dollars pirated by the Texas family court system.
The best situation for Harris County Courts is the election results of 2018. All suspect judges lost their reelection attempts including Charley Prine and judges from courts 309 and 310 breaking the established ring of judicial corruption that existed in Harris County . This in essence brought to an end the existing web of corrupt associated with judges operating the courts. Unfortunately, Harris County litigants will have to contend with web attachments that will continue to exist between individual judicial affiliations and appeals courts, politicians and judicial administrative personnel.
Fortunately, new judges will not have access to and established ring and be in collaboration with an army of corrupt judges that existed prior to 2018.
That is certainly good news for Harris County but particularly for the Judaical System of Harris County Texas.
Family courts pirate money from parents.
Below is yet another case depicting corruption involving family court 310 Harris County Texas. Exhibits and further documents are available by Google court 310 Harris County.
Not endorsing comments or material associate with the following material. Material used for comparative and support of personal experiences from family courts Harris County Texas.
Associate judge assume the role of pirate
I demand fear I will be revered
d. Should Judge Lisa A. Millard and Associate Judge Conrad Moren in the 310th Court of Harris County, Texas recused in the cause of myself and my only child? Does there appear to be bias in Joni Saloom’s case? Saloom has been allowed no meaningful contact with her now almost eight year-old son, her only property “child,” since he was 5 1/2–2 1/2 years ago though she was his only consistent and primary caregiver since his birth? Would it matter knowing that Judge Millard moderated a CLE course the subject of which was how to not allow oneself to be “recused?”
Demand justice from Harris County family courts
The good news for residents of Harris County Texas is the Court system has bottom when comes to integrity, it is at an all time low and can only get better, providing hope for fairer, more equitable and just legal decisions for residents of this great County.