I filed a very serious and well-documented complaint with the state bar against the Boerne lawyer I've discussed previously in "They Said" (9/16/09) and elsewhere after it became clear that I would have to do so in order to force him to turn over copies of documents Ed Hodges said he'd sent to this lawyer, the lawyer was refusing to give me a complete copy of my file, and I desperately needed these documents for my lawsuit with Hodges. I also included in this complaint copies of the statements made by this lawyer as exemplified by the ones posted in "They Said", as well as copies of some of the legal documents this attorney had insisted on drawing up for me that the document expert I'd hired had found very serious problems with.
Officials with the State Bar of Texas notified me that they were investigating my complaint, and they eventually told me they had called the lawyer in for some sort of questioning session. However, I soon received notification that they had found no wrong-doing and would not be taking any action against the attorney. On the evening of the same day I received a letter from the state bar to this effect, someone in one of the houses close to ours threw a very large and loud party. We saw the lawyer I'd complained about and some of his family members at this party, and we also saw the lawyer, his family, and various friends of theirs doing repeated drive-bys, walk-bys, and even "bike-bys" of our home all evening long.
I also filed a formal complaint with the State Bar of Texas against the "government lawyer" (from her listing on their website at the time) who accepted a retainer check from me after meeting with the Boerne lawyer and his two p.i. friends (the former FBI and DEA agents) without my knowledge but supposedly on my behalf and then refused to meet with me or speak to me by phone. (See "Versions Of The Truth", posted here on 9/29/09). By the time I filed my complaint against her, I'd learned she had formerly been with the DEA but now had a criminal defense practice and had almost certainly actually been working for my ex-husband and his family. Despite my documenting what had been said and done by all involved and providing the bar with a copy of my cancelled check and bank statements regarding this lawyer, the bar association refused to even look into the matter, much less take any action. (This same attorney later suddenly moved to Washington, D.C. with her attorney husband after being charged in a strange incident in Boerne involving another attorney and a local police officer.)