Edinburg — A jury on Thursday acquitted former Edinburg Mayor Richard Molina on a litany of charges related to the 2017 municipal election. The former elected official was acquitted[...]
Edinburg — Former Edinburg Mayor Richard Molina is telling his side of the story. Molina took the witness stand Monday afternoon to defend himself from allegations that he committed [...]
Edinburg — What is residency? The question surfaced on Monday as former Edinburg Mayor Richard Molina’s attorneys began their case in his voter fraud [...]
Edinburg — Have a look at these exclusive images from inside the courtroom during this trial from The Monitor's very own Joel Martinez & Delcia Lopez [...]
Law 360 recently wrote an article about a federal trial our firm is handling involving a corporate insurance claim. Our firm represents Dimas Bros. Construction LLC who is seeking [...]
McALLEN — The three men accused of conspiring together to defraud the city of Weslaco out of millions of dollars are set to finally have their day in federal court [...]
McALLEN — A jury found Dr. Jorge Zamora Quezada guilty of healthcare fraud Wednesday following a month-long trial during which the government presented evidence alleging he intentionally misdiagnosed patients for profit[...]
McALLEN — Jurors will begin deliberations Tuesday morning in the case of Dr. Jorge Zamora Quezada, an Edinburg-based rheumatologist accused of healthcare fraud[...]
A certified public accountant testified Thursday regarding financial transactions of the Center for Arthritis & Osteoporosis, the clinic owned by Dr. Jorge Zamora Quezada whose trial is entering its final days.Mariela Ruiz, a certified public [...]
As part of their efforts to provide career-advancing opportunities for students, Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD students enrolled in the district’s Pre-Law Institute had the opportunity to intern with various [...]
A judge, who said Friday he has been “troubled by the whole Twin Peaks matter from its inception,” put off the trials of bikers in his court until after the first of the year because he wants the new McLennan County district attorney to review how the remaining Twin Peaks cases will be handled [...]
A judge Thursday denied a motion to throw out the indictment against Tom Modesto Mendez and indicated that Mendez should be the second Twin Peaks biker to go to trial in McLennan County.After arguing for two hours over language in the first-degree felony riot indictment and the state's theories in the case, prosecutors agreed to amend language in the indictment 11 days before the scheduled Sept. 10 trial. After the amendments, the judge denied the motion to quash the indictment.
An attorney for biker Tom Modesto Mendez did not filea motion to recuse 19th State District Judge RalphStrother as expected Monday, but he filed a variety ofother motions, including one seeking to quash theindictment.Strother and court officials had made preparations forattorney Jaime Pe a to file a motion to recuse the judgeafter Pe a said he could not be prepared for ascheduled Sept. 10 trial setting in Mendez’s Twin Peakscase.
McALLEN — A jury must now decide if a 41-year-old woman andco-owner of a medical supply company in McAllen was at thecenter of a multi-million dollar Medicaid fraud scheme, or wascheated by her employees who pleaded guilty before the trial.
McALLEN — Prosecutor Michael Edward Day stood before afederal jury Tuesday to deliver his opening statement in a caseconnected to the largest healthcare fraud takedown in U.S.history, and repeated an ominous saying three times in Spanish. [...]
Former Mexican banker Rafael Olvera Amezcua is accused of stealing $65 million from depositors “tobuild a money-laundering empire” in San Antonio and Florida, according to a lawsuit filed in a Floridacourt. [...]
Three Mexican businessmen allege in a lawsuit filed this week in San Antonio that a U.S. investment firm had help from the governments of both countries to defraud them in a real estate deal.