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Comment from: Anonymous [Visitor] Email
Wow! Guess who is NOT going to sit on the Dallas county bench again. No attorney is going to let that happen after that D Mag article.
11/22/09 @ 20:10
Comment from: TINA [Visitor] Email
id just like to say that in 1998, this judge would not even listen to me in court(he was writing) while I was talking. and this was my life, in his hands, regarding my children. not to mention just prior to our proceeding, the other parties came out of his office or a room, with him and at the end of us speaking, without hesitation, he handed the papers with the "verdict" already written out, to each attorney.(so he had already made his ruling). it was not fair at all. this is just a quick overview, but addresses all the points. He ruined my life and since that day,12 yrs later, I still have no contact with my children(due to this judges descion.
06/18/10 @ 19:24
Comment from: anon [Visitor]
TINA:

Your description sounds so much like Sandoval. That one should be executed and buried in the county dump. Instead, he gets a pension.
06/22/10 @ 22:19
Comment from: Justice4All [Visitor] Email
Sandoval should be disbarred immediately....if only half of the stories about him are even remotely true! I know all about him via my divorce and what I've read parallels what I've experienced.

The man is 100% toxic. Any attorney or DA (that's a big freaking hint to somebody) that aligns themselves with Sandoval may go done in flames with him.

I suspect the current situation with Sandoval, Roach and Wooten is so corrupt the Feds will have to investigate or take over the Collin County Courthouse. What a mess!
12/05/10 @ 22:32
Comment from: IONCC [Visitor]
Dear Justice4ALL,

Sorry to hear about your divorce settlement. Is toxic a proper wording for this judge? Maybe corrupt would be a more descriptive term. What do you think?

I've been in Sandoval's chambers and personally experienced his disrespectful attitude toward those he was elected to serve. Not a good feeling. Wonder how those folks who were given a CHOICE with Prometa feel about his ability to serve as a judge. "Hang 'em all Sandoval"

As for why anyone would want to put themselves out there in connection with him and make an absolute idiot out of themselves in the process I'll never know. Doesn't make any sense does it? Some say insanity may be the cause but I'm not so sure that's the case in this situation. If "the most powerful man in Collin county", (his words) were insane, he wouldn't be able to follow orders like he's been doing for some time now. Even a nut case couldn't screw up things as bad as he has. Almost looks intentional. What makes you think someone hasn't taken over already? As it was told to Michael Thomas of Pure Intent, "Things are not always as they appear to be"

While folks are looking into things maybe someone should check out some of the appraisals in Collin county. Corruption, courthouses and appraisals usually go hand in hand. I think taxes are collected at the courthouse, are they not? Non profits receiving grant money for expansions to facilities due to an abundant source of referrals from the courts. It's usually customary to show proof of need before applying for grants. That would be easy to document. Who benefits from the increased value of the property once it has expanded and increased in value. Maybe the person or persons whose name the property is titled to. I'm not sure how appropriate it is to use one's position of "POWER" to personally gain from it at taxpayers expense?

Oh yea, we forgot about Sandoval. Where's he been in all of this. It's sure gotten quiet around Collin county lately. I'll bet ya somebody knows something. Anyone missing some socks?
12/09/10 @ 11:59

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