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Have you now or have you ever been investigated for bribery by the FBI?  

Have any of your ex employees have run out of your DA’s office and straight to the FBI?  If so,  how many times?  

Was your decision at TWIN PEAKS your “intellectual property?”  Do you own this f#ck up?

Did you have a job with the Andersons and it fell through because of the dumbshit plea deal?

Can you pass the urinalysis?  Hair follicles?  


Instead of demanding to know if Law Enforcement is investigating Abel for bribery our news folks decide to let him and his sometimes nuts drunk dialing daddy to sound like it’s all o-tay in Reyna world.



When you think of law offices,  think of a firm described as “boutique”?

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WACO, Texas (KWTX) Former McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna will lead a new office of Patterson + Sheridan, an intellectual property law boutique, in Waco, the firm announced Monday.

“I’m excited about this firm and the new opportunity that it brings. I get the opportunity to broaden my business and (intellectual property) litigation, and continuing my practice in criminal litigation,” Reyna said.

The firm has 80 attorneys working out of eight offices in Texas, California, North Carolina, New Jersey and Japan.

Reyna’s addition builds on the expansion of the firm’s trial practice with litigators John H. Barr, Jr., and Jay Yates, who joined the firm’s Houston office in August 2018.

“With the addition of these outstanding attorneys, we are expanding our litigation practice to include not only intellectual property cases, but also general business litigation and white-collar criminal defense cases,” said Patterson + Sheridan founding partner B. Todd Patterson.

“Abel Reyna had an extensive background in criminal defense work before he became district attorney. Abel also has a sincere dedication and commitment to Waco and McLennan County as represented by his family history and service to the community.”


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