Richard Esper successfully negotiated with the Federal Government to keep his client from being indicted in the high-profile El Paso Independent School District cheating scheme case being prosecuted in the Western District of Texas, El Paso Division. Richard Esper’s client was the former interim superintendent for EPISD. While a former superintendent, several assistant/associate superintendents, and other school personnel were indicted, pleaded guilty, or are awaiting trial in the matter, Richard Esper has successfully kept his client out of the courtroom and charged with any criminal offense.
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