Charlie Thrash's family hasn't seen him
since March 6, 2019.

That's when Judge Oscar Kazen ordered Charlie isolated.

Charlie Thrash hasn't been seen in 880 days.

On August 24, 2020, Charlie Thrash's guardianship was appealed to the Texas State Supreme Court

 “Appellants respectfully submit that this Court’s resolution of this appeal will determine whether senior Texans subjected to guardianship proceedings like Charlie Thrash can realistically expect to be treated with dignity and respect by Texas courts or whether their fundamental human rights and/or constitutional and/or statutory and/or common law rights, privileges and immunity may be summarily denied, while their property is used to pay their guardian’s attorneys to thwart anyone, who gets in their way.”

Attorney Philip M Ross, writing on behalf of Plaintiffs Charles Innes Thrash, Brittany Martinez-Thrash, Laura Martinez-Thrash, and himself

Part 1: PETITION FOR REVIEW, and alternatively, ORIGINAL PETITION FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS re: Guardianship of Charles Inness Thrash, an Adult

In re: Guardianship of Charles Inness Thrash, an Adult, On Petition for Review from The Court of Appeals: Fourth Court of Appeals District – San Antonio, Texas, Court of Appeals No. 04-19-00477-CV. On Appeal from Probate Court No. One, Bexar County, Texas Honorable Oscar Kazen, presiding Trial Court Cause No. 2017-PC-2912.

Table of Contents – Volume 1

Charlie Thrash Petition for Review and/or Writ of Mandamus

Charlie Thrash, taken at his shop in San Antonio, Texas, prior to his removal by court-order and his forced isolation from his chosen family & friends, on March 6, 2019.
Charlie Thrash, taken at his shop in San Antonio, Texas, prior to his removal by court-order and his forced isolation from his chosen family & friends, on March 6, 2019.

Part 2: PETITION FOR REVIEW, and alternatively, ORIGINAL PETITION FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS re: Guardianship of Charles Inness Thrash, an Adult

In re: Guardianship of Charles Inness Thrash, an Adult, On Petition for Review from The Court of Appeals: Fourth Court of Appeals District – San Antonio, Texas, Court of Appeals No. 04-19-00477-CV. On Appeal from Probate Court No. One, Bexar County, Texas Honorable Oscar Kazen, presiding Trial Court Cause No. 2017-PC-2912.

Table of Contents – Volume 2

Charlie Thrash Petition for Review and/or Writ of Mandamus

Have you seen Charlie Thrash's story, part of  Netflix series Dirty Money's "Guardianship, Inc." episode?

Click on this image to watch the 55 minute episode that exposes the dirty, greedy side of lawyers & courts targeting the wealthy, and stripping them of everything, including court orders, isolating the wards from any family or friends, through 'legal' guardianship.

Charlie Thrash and his common-law wife, Laura Martinez-Thrash You must have a Netflix subscription to watch this video

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