Ruben Cavazos

Ruben Doc Cavazos

Former President at Cavazos Hendricks & Poirot P.C

Location:
900 Jackson Street, Dallas, Texas, United States
HQ Phone:
(214) 573-7300

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President - Mongols MC

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http://www.standard.net/topics/biker-gangs

FILE - In this Oct. 21,2008 file photo showing a wanted poster of Ruben Cavazos the Mongols former leader, during a news conference on the Mongols motorcycle gang in Los Angeles. Federal prosecutors touted the arrests of dozens of members of the notorious Mongols motorcycle gang but finding out what they have been convicted of and the sentences they've received have proven to be a major challenge. Most recently, the gang's former president, Cavazos, was sentenced during a closed hearing, which legal experts say is a highly unusual move and violates the First Amendment. (AP Photo/Ric Francis,File)
The discovery showed that Cavazos had entered his plea six months earlier, and only three months after federal agents arrested him and dozens of other Mongols members, which meant he was one of the first to enter his guilty plea.

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http://www.standard.net/stories/2011/09/16/website-allows-people-evaluate-utah-judges

FILE - In this Oct. 21,2008 file photo showing a wanted poster of Ruben Cavazos the Mongols former leader, during a news conference on the Mongols motorcycle gang in Los Angeles. Federal prosecutors touted the arrests of dozens of members of the notorious Mongols motorcycle gang but finding out what they have been convicted of and the sentences they've received have proven to be a major challenge. Most recently, the gang's former president, Cavazos, was sentenced during a closed hearing, which legal experts say is a highly unusual move and violates the First Amendment. (AP Photo/Ric Francis,File)

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New Jersey The Police State | The Aging Rebel

Then Mongols President Ruben "Doc" Cavazos had done the same thing Moore did.
Then Cavazos assigned the trademarks for the Mongols insignia to his own corporation. But four and a half years ago the late Florence Marie Cooper, who presided over that case until she died, ruled that even though Cavazos trademarked the club's insignia he never owned it and never could.

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