San Antonio’s 4th Court of Appeals recently upheld a trial court’s order declaring a law school graduate a vexatious litigant, after he repeatedly sued two lawyers and a firm who represented him in a Texas Board of Law Examiners hearing over his withheld law license. The 4th Court also affirmed the trial court’s judgment dismissing his third suit.

“I’ve been denied access to a court,” says law grad Kristofer Kastner.

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