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Texas: Health & Human Services Commission sued in federal court for constitutional violations in guardianship

July 8, 2019 // 0 Comments

NEW BRAUNFELS – The Texas Health and Human Services Commission was sued in Western District federal court on July 5 for allegedly violating the freedom of speech and right of association of a 75-year-old New Braunfels woman who is a Ward of the state. A guardianship was imposed upon Shelley Thomson on May 23 after she fell ill with potassium deficiency and visited a hospital emergency room, according to a press release. HHSC is currently Thomson’s guardian. “HHSC has a duty to provide [- more...]

Texas: 5th circuit appeal for injunctive relief follows allegations of ADA violations by Texas courts

June 12, 2018 // 0 Comments

From the SE Texas Record By David Yates | Jun 11, 2018 SAN ANTONIO – The Manhattan resident who sued her San Antonio-based mother Mauricette Fairley for fraudulently and unconstitutionally guardianizing her blind military veteran father James Fairley has filed a notice of voluntary dismissal without Prejudice with the federal Western District Court of Texas. The pleading was filed last week and states that plaintiff Juliette Fairley’s “voluntary dismissal against Defendant Mauricette [- more...]