San Diego attorney Cory Briggs published an open letter on his law firm’s website Wednesday responding to inewsource stories investigating his business practices, including potential conflicts of interest between him and his wife. Details »
The lawyer argued in court this morning against releasing a key document responsive to an inewsource public records act request. Details »
An interactive timeline of inewsource‘s investigation into Cory Briggs.
The lawyer for Cory Briggs’ wife released the document Monday, saying she had no objection. It shows she was associated with her husband’s law firm for the past 20 years while also working for a consulting firm that did business with local governments he sued. Details »
The ambiguity surrounding the relationship between Cory Briggs and Sarichia Cacciatore could be problematic, considering statements made under oath and recorded in land deeds. A San Bernardino Deputy District Attorney spoke with inewsource. Details »
San Diego attorney Cory Briggs and his personal and professional partner Sarichia Cacciatore have signed contradictory documents about where they live and their relationship — potential felonies according to both a prosecutor and mortgage fraud experts. Details »
Three experts from around the country reviewed the case of Gonzalo and Gabriela Arteaga — recipients of a Briggs home loan. The Arteagas said they would have been better off never having met the San Diego attorney. Details »
inewsource has interviewed many experts for our ongoing investigation into Cory Briggs, including professors, authors, politicians, attorneys, developers, ethicists and law enforcement. Here are their bios.
“If you hide assets from folks for a client,” said William Black, an expert in fraud and white-collar crime, “first you’re just going to lose the ethics case… and you’re going to be debarred.” Details »
On March 30, Cory Briggs and Sarichia Cacciatore sent a retraction demand to inewsource regarding a story about the ambiguity of their relationship. This is inewsource‘s response.
Another lawsuit connecting environmental attorney Cory Briggs and his significant other, Sarichia Cacciatore, involves a cross border development project. Details »
For the second time, inewsource has received a retraction demand regarding our Cory Briggs investigation. For the second time, here is a point-by-point response.
One of Briggs’ frequent clients, environmental nonprofit San Diegans for Open Government, filed a lawsuit Thursday against inewsource and its executive director. Details »
The subpoena asks for information related to an inewsource interview with San Diego City Attorney Jan Goldsmith. Details »
inewsource has served Cory Briggs with a response to his subpoena, which you can read here.
Sunroad donated $10,000 to the city’s Parks and Recreation account and the appraisal is now underway. Details »
After inewsource‘s lawyer challenged the subpoena request in court, Briggs withdrew it, saying he has already received all the information he needs from the City Attorney’s Office. Details »
Judge Gregory Pollack said attorney Cory Briggs knew the nonprofit he represented in the litigation had been suspended by the state at the time. “Mr. Briggs may be in a whole heap of trouble,” Pollack said. Details »
One of the subjects of inewsource‘s investigation into San Diego attorney Cory Briggs has requested a retraction of a recent article. Here is our response.
Despite repeated requests for answers, some big questions still stand in inewsource‘s investigation into the environmental attorney. Details »
A judge heard arguments to dismiss a local nonprofit’s lawsuit contesting the legality of inewsource’s lease agreement with San Diego State University and KPBS. Details »
A San Diego judge threw out a lawsuit against inewsource, KPBS and San Diego State University, concluding that it was prompted by the inewsource’s investigative journalism. Details »