Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Over the years, I'd also kept in touch with a friend of mine from my working days in Houston. This friend had a sibling who was an attorney with a large Houston firm, and I also contacted them to ask for referrals. The sibling sent me a list of lawyers they and their co-workers knew and could recommend that practiced in San Antonio, and I began contacting them.
All but one of these attorneys refused to talk to me at all and said through various employees of theirs that they couldn't help us. The lawyer I sent the letter to that's posted here did call me personally, however, when he received it. He asked me to go over to the local courthouse, ask them for a copy of everything on file in my divorce case, and mail the documents I received to him as soon as possible. I did as he requested, and I also included copies of various incriminating documents related to my dealings with the fraudulent trust and the various people that had defrauded me.
A few weeks later, I received the other letter posted here in reply from him. This letter came inside a package containing all of the documents I'd sent him. I immediately faxed his office a request for a referral to another attorney, but I never received any reply.
This lawyer's son, a well-known criminal defense attorney, is currently running for public office (D.A.). Another son of his was murdered. The lawyer himself is now a judge.