How the Courts Subvert Justice–Texas Style

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This brief tells the story of how reporter Juliette Fairley and her family were denied justice in a Texas probate court

Appellant’s Brief Fairley File Stamped May 6, 2016

You can track the progress of Juliette Fairley’s appeal by following the case docket for Texas’ 4th Court of  Appeals, Case No.: 04-16-00096-CV

Update: As of August 30 2016, the 4th Court of Appeals denied Appellant Juliette Fairley’s request for Oral Arguments, stating:

…has determined that oral argument will not significantly aid it in determining the legal and factual issues presented in the appeal. See TEX. R. APP. P. 39.8. Therefore, all requests for oral argument are denied, and the cause is advanced for ON BRIEFS submission on October 5, 2016, to the following panel: Justice Patricia O. Alvarez, Justice Luz Elena D. Chapa, and Justice Jason Pulliam. All parties will be notified of the Court’s decision in this appeal in accordance with TEX. R. APP. P. 48.

Stay tuned to see if an Appeals Court determines that a Texas Probate Judge representing the wishes of their own appointed Guardian can demand a fixed fee amount of $20,000 from Juliette Fairley to cover the costs of Juliette’s objections to the appointment of Court’s choice for Guardian since evidently, the court-appointed attorneys/guardians have already drained the estate and/or simply wish to make Juliette Fairley pay for them to misinterpret the law in what will be their personal, financial favor since win-or-lose, the lawyers always make out like bandits in probate court!