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Background Information

Employment History

TDCAF

Texas Aggie Bar Association

Drug Enforcement Administration

Attorney

Caroom

Affiliations

Moderator
Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP

Education

BA

South Texas College of Law

Web References (116 Total References)


Texas County Progress - Magazine Article The Test of Time

www.countyprogress.com [cached]

Chapter 258 of the Transportation Code, created by HB1117, gives commissioners courts the authority to adopt a proposed county road map and include on the map every road in which the county claims a public interest, including roads established by prescriptive rights prior to 1981, said Charles Kimbrough, attorney with Bickerstaff, Heath, Pollan and Caroom, LLP.

When working with clients, Kimbrough now refers to HB1117 as a Chapter 258 Project."
...
Its where you are today, Kimbrough said.
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When considering the legislation, which applies to all counties regardless of size, counties need to ask themselves whether or not they can legally prove their claim to their county roads, Kimbrough said.
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Without a title, deed, or other piece of physical evidence, or firsthand testimony, all the county has is an argument, Kimbrough said.
...
Along with in-house data, both Kimbrough and Bass recommended requesting digitized data from the Texas Department of Transportation and the countys council of governments.
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It would be great if you get data from both of them and then measure the roads you claim against theirs, Kimbrough said.


The Test of Time

www.countyprogress.com [cached]

Chapter 258 of the Transportation Code, created by HB1117, gives commissioners courts the authority to adopt a proposed county road map and include on the map every road in which the county claims a public interest, including roads established by prescriptive rights prior to 1981, said Charles Kimbrough, attorney with Bickerstaff, Heath, Pollan and Caroom, LLP.

...
Its where you are today, Kimbrough said.
...
When considering the legislation, which applies to all counties regardless of size, counties need to ask themselves whether or not they can legally prove their claim to their county roads, Kimbrough said.
...
Without a title, deed, or other piece of physical evidence, or firsthand testimony, all the county has is an argument, Kimbrough said.
...
Along with in-house data, both Kimbrough and Bass recommended requesting digitized data from the Texas Department of Transportation and the countys council of governments.
...
It would be great if you get data from both of them and then measure the roads you claim against theirs, Kimbrough said.


County Progress - Feature Article

www.countyprogress.com [cached]

Chapter 258 of the Transportation Code, created by HB1117, gives commissioners courts the authority to adopt a proposed county road map and include on the map every road in which the county claims a public interest, including roads established by prescriptive rights prior to 1981, said Charles Kimbrough, attorney with Bickerstaff, Heath, Pollan and Caroom, LLP.

When working with clients, Kimbrough now refers to HB1117 as a "Chapter 258 Project."
...
"It's where you are today," Kimbrough said.
...
When considering the legislation, which applies to all counties regardless of size, counties need to ask themselves whether or not they can legally prove their claim to their county roads, Kimbrough said.
...
Without a title, deed, or other piece of physical evidence, or firsthand testimony, all the county has is an argument, Kimbrough said.
...
Along with in-house data, both Kimbrough and Bass recommended requesting digitized data from the Texas Department of Transportation and the county's council of governments.
...
"It would be great if you get data from both of them and then measure the roads you claim against theirs," Kimbrough said.


County Progress - Feature Article

www.countyprogress.com [cached]

Chapter 258 of the Transportation Code, created by HB1117, gives commissioners courts the authority to adopt a proposed county road map and include on the map every road in which the county claims a public interest, including roads established by prescriptive rights prior to 1981, said Charles Kimbrough, attorney with Bickerstaff, Heath, Pollan and Caroom, LLP.

...
"It's where you are today," Kimbrough said.
...
When considering the legislation, which applies to all counties regardless of size, counties need to ask themselves whether or not they can legally prove their claim to their county roads, Kimbrough said.
...
Without a title, deed, or other piece of physical evidence, or firsthand testimony, all the county has is an argument, Kimbrough said.
...
Along with in-house data, both Kimbrough and Bass recommended requesting digitized data from the Texas Department of Transportation and the county's council of governments.
...
"It would be great if you get data from both of them and then measure the roads you claim against theirs," Kimbrough said.


Chapter 258 of the Transportation Code, ...

www.countyprogress.com [cached]

Chapter 258 of the Transportation Code, created by HB1117, gives commissioners courts the authority to adopt a proposed county road map and include on the map every road in which the county claims a public interest, including roads established by prescriptive rights prior to 1981, said Charles Kimbrough, attorney with Bickerstaff, Heath, Pollan and Caroom, LLP.

When working with clients, Kimbrough now refers to HB1117 as a "Chapter 258 Project."
...
"It's where you are today," Kimbrough said.
...
When considering the legislation, which applies to all counties regardless of size, counties need to ask themselves whether or not they can legally prove their claim to their county roads, Kimbrough said.
...
Without a title, deed, or other piece of physical evidence, or firsthand testimony, all the county has is an argument, Kimbrough said.
...
Along with in-house data, both Kimbrough and Bass recommended requesting digitized data from the Texas Department of Transportation and the county's council of governments.
...
"It would be great if you get data from both of them and then measure the roads you claim against theirs," Kimbrough said.

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