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In re Escamilla

Court of Appeals of Texas, Fourth District, San Antonio

September 12, 2019

IN RE Leticia Murillo ESCAMILLA[1]

          From the 81st Judicial District Court, La Salle County, Texas Trial Court No. 15-05-00091-CVL Honorable Russell Wilson, Judge Presiding.

          STATUS HEARING ORDER

          Sandee Brvan Marion, Chief Justice.

         On June, 11, 2019, in appeal number 04-19-00078-CV, this court issued a contempt judgment against Ms. Leticia Escamilla. The contempt judgment precludes Ms. Escamilla from working on any other matter until she files complete reporter's records in appeal numbers 04-18-00411-CV and 04-19-00078-CV.

         Based on filings to date, which is three months since the date of the contempt judgment, Ms. Escamilla has not completed the reporter's record in either appeal number. In addition, based on this court's records, Ms. Escamilla is also responsible for preparing the reporter's records in the following appeals:

1. 04-19-00403-CV; The Texas Brandon Corporation, Inc. v. EOG Resources, Inc. The reporter's record was originally due to be filed on July 15, 2019. The docketing statement shows the reporter's record was requested and payment arrangements were made on June 16, 2019. On July 15, 2019, Ms. Escamilla filed a notification of late record referring to the contempt judgment, estimating the length of the record to be fifty pages, and requesting an extension to August 14, 2019. By order dated July 17, 2019, this court granted the extension to August 14, 2019. On August 14, 2019, Ms. Escamilla filed a second notification of late record referring to the contempt judgment, estimating the length of the record to be between fifty and seventy-five pages, and requesting an extension to September 14, 2019. By order dated August 16, 2019, the court granted the extension to September 13, 2019.
2. 04-19-00357-CR; Idrogo v. State
The reporter's record was originally due to be filed on July 22, 2019. On July 30, 2019, Ms. Escamilla filed a notification of late record referring to the contempt judgment, estimating the length of the record to be 100 pages, and requesting an extension to August 23, 2019. By order dated August 1, 2019, the deadline was extended to August 23, 2019. On August 26, 2019, Ms. Escamilla filed a second notification of late record referring to the contempt judgment and requesting an extension to September 23, 2019. By order dated August 26, 2019, the court granted the extension to September 23, 2019.
3. 04-19-00543-CV; Prado v. Lonestar Resources, Inc.
The reporter's record was originally due to be filed on August 12, 2019. On August 14, 2019, Ms. Escamilla filed a notification of late record referring to the contempt judgment, stating she was unsure of the length of the record because another court reporter also took a record, but estimating the record to be approximately 250 pages. By order dated August 16, 2019, the court granted the extension to September 16, 2019.
4. 04-19-00534-CV; EP Energy Company v. Storey Minerals, Ltd.
The reporter's record was originally due to be filed August 19, 2019. The docketing statement shows the reporter's record was requested and payment arrangements were made on July 19, 2019. On August 19, 2019, Ms. Escamilla filed a notification of late record referring to the contempt judgment, estimating the length of the record to be approximately 100 pages, and requesting an extension to September 19, 2019. By order dated August 26, 2019, the court granted the extension to September 18, 2019.
5. 04-19-00503-CV; Chesapeake Expl., L.L.C v. 7K Investments, Ltd.
The reporter's record was originally due to be filed on August 23, 2019. The docketing statement shows the reporter's record was requested and payment arrangements were made on July 19, 2019. On August 26, 2019, Ms. Escamilla filed a notification of late record referring to the contempt judgment, estimating the length of the record to be approximately 1, 200 pages, and requesting an extension to ...

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