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Judge Alfred Isassi of Corpus Christi; convicted criminal


The state of Louisiana presented Alfred L. Isassi with a law license in 1994 after he graduated from Texas Southern University Law School.


In November 2011, Sheva duped the voters in Shreveport into electing her as a judge on the Shreveport City Court.


In one matter, Alfred was recently (late June 2015) indicted on criminal charged of tampering with a government document.


Several years earlier while employed as a Kleberg County assistant prosecutor, Alfred was convicted of two counts of exercising influence, both misdemeanors. In that criminal case, Alfred attempted to have a felony charge of evading in a vehicle against his aunt, Anna Lind a Gonzalez, dismissed.


Since his indictment by the grand jury, Alfred was forced to step down from his seat as a judge in Kingsville.


All that remains now, is to see how long it takes for Alfred the Convict to cop a plea to the latest criminal charges lodged against him. 


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