The fact that some people think they have any right to concern themselves with my private parts is very disturbing.
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Seldin might have suspected he had been spotted, because he retreated back into his office for a moment, which gave Julia time to hit the record button on her cellphone. But within minutes, he had apparently thrown caution to the wind and was back in the doorway, whacking away. At first Julia got only waist-down footage. During another recess in the proceedings, Julia moved the phone to a different tray on her desk, and caught Seldin a second time from a new angle: this time from the waist up, with his hand moving in a tell-tale manner. Score one for oppressed temps everywhere!
She didn't show up for work the next day. A couple of weeks later, she went to police, who hauled in Seldin again. This time around, Seldin hired Dick DeGuerin and DeGuerin protégé Sean Buckley.
On October 27, he was sentenced to 70 days in Harris County Jail for violating the terms of his probation on the first charge, and his probation has been extended by three months.
Seldin has been practicing since 1978 and is a graduate of Cal-Berkeley and UT Law. While his sexual proclivities may be beyond the pale, the general practice attorney does have a clean record with the State Bar of Texas and is accredited with the Better Business Bureau.