Caballero to Face State Bar


POSTED: Sunday, November 25, 2012 - 11:24pm

UPDATED: Monday, November 26, 2012 - 7:41pm

Did El Paso Lawyer Disrupt 2001 Trial?

The Texas State Bar disciplinary trial is set to begin Monday for high-profile El Paso attorney Teresa Caballero. This is different from the proceeding she faced in August along with her law partner Stuart Leeds. At that time, a court found Caballero guilty on nine charges of contempt of court, and Leeds guilty of seven. But this does stem from the same 2011 trial in which Leeds and Caballero helped win acquittal for their client, Judge Regina Arditti, on bribery  and nepotisim charges.

The State Bar intends to determine whether Caballero disrupted that trial.  Many of the accusations involve alleged remarks and gestures concerning the visiting judge from Brazos County  Texas.

Leeds will face a separate bar trial at an unannounced date.

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I am so so tired of the ongoing saga's of Teresa Caballero. I just read in the Times that she is again protesting that the judge is biased against her. If you ask me, Caballero should resign from the Texas Bar & move to another city in a state far away from El Paso. I will give her that her intentions may be good but how she goes about it is really, really bad. As most educators (& judges) would say, she needs an attitude adjustment. Please Teresa just take your medicine & go away.

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