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Word of Chris Pettit suicide attempt takes courtroom by surprise; Judge denies his ask for $10K monthly [San Antonio Express-News]

Aug. 5— A lawyer angered a San Antonio bankruptcy judge by disclosing in open court that ex-attorney Christopher "Chris" Pettit— accused of plundering millions of dollars belonging to his clients— had tried to commit suicide. Keyser divulged the sensitive information to support Pettit's request for $850 in mental health services as part of a monthly budget.
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Tragedy deepens in scandal enveloping ex-San Antonio attorney Chris Pettit

The scandal enveloping ex-San Antonio attorney Christopher “Chris” Pettit has developed into a deeper tragedy. Charles Joseph Pettit, Chris Pettit’s younger brother, died in an apparent suicide after the disgraced former attorney’s alleged misdeeds were made public. A redacted version of an incident report released by...
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A prominent San Antonio Catholic high school has a Chris Pettit problem

At the end of 2016, two representatives of Antonian College Preparatory High School paid a visit to Christopher “Chris” Pettit at his San Antonio law office. The pair — then-Principal Tim Petersen and alum Charles Montemayor — detailed a capital campaign to fund improvements at the Catholic school in hopes Pettit would contribute.
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Ex-San Antonio attorney Chris Pettit spent almost $252,000 in the 40 days after filing bankruptcy

Ex-San Antonio attorney Christopher “Chris” Pettit, accused of stealing his clients’ money, spent more than $250,000 in the 40 days after he filed for bankruptcy. The spending is detailed in court exhibits that are part of the Chapter 11 trustee’s motion seeking an order directing Pettit to show why he should not be held in contempt for withdrawing $125,000 from his retirement account after filing for bankruptcy June 1.
SAN ANTONIO, TX
Daily Texas News

Ex-San Antonio lawyer Chris Pettit was ‘one-stop fraud shop,’ trustee’s representative says

Ex-San Antonio lawyer Christopher “Chris” Pettit was a “one-stop fraud shop,” an attorney representing the trustee overseeing Pettit’s bankruptcy case said Monday. “Basically, that one stop involved trusts, it involved tax filing, it involved probate, it involved personal injury,” Attorney Patrick Huffstickler told Chief US Bankruptcy Judge Craig Gargotta at a hearing in the case. “He was a licensed financial adviser so it involved investments. So there are a lot of documents.”
SAN ANTONIO, TX
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Chris Pettit

NFL Front Office Notes: Ventrelle, Raiders, Patriots, Giants, Bears. Headlines were made yesterday when the Raiders released a statement from owner Mark Davis that team president Dan Ventrelle was “no longer with the Raiders organization.” Ventrelle had been promoted from executive vice president and interim president, after the resignation of Marc Badain, following the conclusion of the 2021 NFL season.