A MESSAGE FROM THE BROWARD JUDGES

*UPDATE* – Channel 10 picks up the story from JAABLOG …

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The following is a message written by Dennis Bailey, speaking on behalf of the Broward judiciary. Apparently, lawyers are taking liberties with the virus-necessitated Zoom hearings, with a lawyer appearing shirtless, and another one with a master bed visible in the background. There are also some procedural tips included for the brave new electronic world, and the sad news that a judge’s spouse is battling Covid-19.

The message is posted on the Weston Bar Association’s website, and was reportedly emailed to others last Thursday with the “Please take note” header:

Please take note of the 5th paragraph in case you happen to have, as I did this morning, a hearing conducted via Zoom.


 Virtual View From the Bench –
DURING THE COVID-19
A Letter from the Honorable Dennis Bailey

38 thoughts on “A MESSAGE FROM THE BROWARD JUDGES”

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    I like the “miniature spare tire “ analogy but it is more like using a skate board wheel in lieu of a real tire. We have no choice at this point and although there will be a huge learning curve we have to do our best. I applaud and respect all judges, staff and personnel for rising to the occasion and thinking outside the box to keep the wheels (no matter how undersized presently ) of justice rolling . Thank you

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      EVERY BROWARD JUDGE UP FOR RE-ELECTION IS AN EAZY MARK WITH ALL THE BAD PRESS THEYVE RECEIVED LATELY

      FOR A FILING FEE WITH THE RIGHT NAME ITS AS EAZY AS ONE – TWO – THREE. = YOURE IN

      BROWARD JUDGES NEED A GOOD FLUSHING TO IMPROVE THE JUDICIARY

      AND THE BEST PART IS YOU CAN DO MOST OF YOUR CAMPAIGNING FROM YOUR LAPTOP

      THROW THE DICE
      CHALLENGERS TAKE ALL

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    This is a joke, Someone who kicks attorneys out of the courtroom for doing their jobs is now calling other attorneys inappropriate. Broward judges should have picked a better representative to convey this message.

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    I’m sure Judge Bailey means well, but shouldn’t Judge Tuter or someone else in Admin be the ones doing this? I wonder if this is to help with his public profile since he is under reelection. I mean Judge Tuter helped Judge McCarthy with her election if my memory serves. That’s what the Sentinel said anyway about her transfer to Civil Div.

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    Hahaha. The guy who chastised a disabled man with his service dog in court and was disciplined by the Supreme Court for his behavior in another incident! Wow Tooty- this just shows how clueless you all are. Were Bidwill, Ribas, Murphy, and the countless other judges who aren’t insane all busy?!?

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    Seriously? All the Judges are upset about a bed being visible?
    All of them may live in palaces, but none of them understand some people only have one computer?

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    In this crisis, let’s talk petty. I have my washer/dryer AND my bathroom visible during Zoom hearings. What am I supposed to do? Hang a sheet whenever I have a Zoom hearing so none of these are visible?

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    Upon being presented with the Notice of Investigation, Judge Bailey took immediate responsibility for his conduct, both in his written response, and during his sworn testimony before the Commission. Judge Bailey has admitted that his conduct was inappropriate, intemperate, and violated the Canons. He regrets that his intemperate conduct damaged the integrity of the judiciary, and has undertaken stress management courses to ensure that such conduct won’t occur again.

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      Upon being presented with the Notice of Investigation, Judge Bailey took immediate responsibility for his conduct, both in his written response, and during his sworn testimony before the Commission. Judge Bailey has admitted that his conduct was inappropriate, intemperate, and violated the Canons. He regrets that his intemperate conduct damaged the integrity of the judiciary, and has undertaken stress management courses to ensure that such conduct won’t occur again.

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        Oh that hurts. It’s electrician loser.
        Oh yeah, thanks for paying for my food, shelter and insurance.
        Not to mention the current and last years free Oxycontin.

        Hospital bill alone without specialists was $217,000.00
        Thanks Broward Health.

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            Time release, 2 a day. Lowest dose they have. Removing a complete lung they have to cut a lot of nerves. Some still haven’t healed completely yet.

            Skipping doses here and there to try to do without it eventually.
            Would say I’m lucky to even be alive, but being a Christian, luck had nothing to do with it.

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    “GRAVE CONSEQUENCES” will follow if he appears before the FLSC again. they know he’s a ticking time bomb and are waiting for him to violate the cannons. he’s done it and during this time when there is time its time to bring him back before the court to finally get rid of his inappropriate behavior towards the public. meeting other judge(s) in the judge’s parking lot to discuss cases. intimidating female attorneys because he’s a four time looser.

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    The article re: attorneys appearing via zoom says that there was a master bed in the frame. What is a master bed? Does the attorney own a plantation?

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