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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

San Antonio lawyer takes 5th more than 25 times
from San Antonio Express:
"Embattled San Antonio attorney Todd Prins finally appeared at a bankruptcy proceeding today, but he didn’t say a whole lot.
"Prins exercised his right not to incriminate himself more than 25 times during a creditors meeting on Tuesday. He had skipped a previously scheduled creditors meeting and two bankruptcy court hearings since he and his wife filed for Chapter 7 liquidation in September.
"Prins has been sued in the bankruptcy case by two former clients who allege he fabricated court documents and forged judges’ signatures to conceal from them the actual status of a lawsuit he filed in 2009."

Former New Braunfels mayor charged with criminal mischief
from Zeke MacCormack's article in San Antonio Express
A criminal mischief charge has been brought against former New Braunfels Mayor Stone R. “Stoney” Williams over a September incident in which he reportedly forced his way into a residence, assaulted a woman inside, then slashed tires on her vehicle.The Class B misdemeanor filed Friday relates only to damage to the tires of the woman whom police described as a 28-year-old Austinite who was a romantic acquaintance of Williams.

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