RESIDUE, WEED, AND THE LAB

The Broward SAO has apparently decided to catch up to the rest of the judicial circuits in Florida when it comes to small time drug cases, preferring to instead dedicate precious lab resources to the swift prosecution of more serious crimes starting January 1, 2018.

The language seems pretty clear, but we’ll be sure to follow-up with SAO public information officer Constance Jones Simmons, who left the world of television media to replace the recently retired Ron Ishoy

How do you ask a man to be the last man to die for a mistake?

-John Kerry

UPDATE – we received an email stream between Gordon Weekes and Jeff Marcus that began in August, including a proposed highly detailed and specific standing discovery stipulation for the SAO and PDO, which was drafted by Weekes and may have triggered the changes …

WHEEL!

– Robert Lee reportedly sent out an email this morning alluding to the fact the 17th Circuit will likely be going towards a countywide wheel for outside mediators.  And just a few days after the JQC spoke …

– The JNC has opened up Fred Horowitz’s seat.  Applications are due December 21st by 3:00 pm.