RSVP

PIO WATERS: The chief justice will be unable to attend … The chief justice has no plans to visit Broward at this time.

*It’s unknown at this time if the meeting is still scheduled, however based upon the emails above,  it’s apparent the Chief Justice will not be in attendance …

88 thoughts on “RSVP”

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      Tuter hasn’t figured that out yet. He’s still trying to balance this in terms of the votes he’ll need to stay Chief Judge.
      This is the Broward Judiciary we’re talking about.
      How do you think that Moron Ross stayed CJ so long besides nobody else wanting it ?

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        That “moron” you call Ross kept the judges in line. That’s why they disliked him.

        The inmates are no longer running the asylum again.
        Get used to it

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      FLORIDA U KNOW THIS COURT – IS INCOMPETENT INEPT & CORRUPT!!! – FUKTHISCOURT.COM

      WOW!!!

      THAT IS SOME FANCY ACCOUNTING THERE
      LETS SEE – ON THIS PAGE 1 OF FORM6

      IT SHOWS TOTAL ASSETS OF $781,530.24

      IT SHOWS TOTAL LIABILITIES OF $430,239.02

      IT ALSO SAYS NET WORTH OF $773,550.73

      I SAY HOW?

      IT DOES SAY ON THE FORM PART “A” – NET WORTH

      NET WORTH IS NOT CALCULATED BY SUBTRACTING YOUR REPORTED LIABILITIES FROM YOUR REPORTED ASSETS, SO PLEASE SEE THE INSTRUCTIONS ON PAGE 3

      CAN SOMEONE POST THE INSTRUCTIONS ON PAGE 3

      FUKTHISCOURT.COM
      PART OF THE “FUK” (FLORIDA U KNOW) NETWORK OF SITES AND PAGES

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      No wonder he needed the job. Too bad he won’t have it very long. Some enterprising schlep will knock him out first time at the gate.
      Isn’t this Daddy Diaz’ punk diddley ?

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      THIS JUDGE HAS MORE THAN $240,000.00 IN CASH IN BANK OF AMERICA EARNING VIRTUALLY NOTHING
      HE OWE $19,729.11 ON A BMW WORTH $15,000.00
      YOU ARE UNDERWATER ON THIS LOAN…
      MAY I SUGGEST YOU PAY OFF THAT BMW TOMORROW!!!
      ALSO, PAY OFF YOUR STUDENT LOAN
      YOU HAVE THE CASH TO MORE THAN COVER
      INVEST AT LEAST HALF IF NOT MORE OF THE REMAINDER

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        He’s thinking what most of them think: how to puff up the numbers so his friends don’t realize he got a super big pay raise to “serve” and so his enemies don’t realize how vulnerable he is at the polls.

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      Trumps pics are better than low energy Jeb Scott’s picks.
      As you know, the benches and seats are the battle ground.

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        In which case the Broward Judiciary is ripe for the pickings. Talk about low hanging rotten fruit. 🍎
        Which of the needy contenders will get the apple? 🍏

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    Fuckhead Ehrlich gets to sneak away without any hassle from the JQC or the Bar? The Supreme Court can’t be bothered to even show up? This woman is dead. It’s no wonder the Judges are hated.

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    Let’s keep it “real”.
    Why not send the grieving parties her home address.
    The JQC takes too long.

    Justice delayed, is justice denied.

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              CAMILLE COOLIDGE-SHOTWELL
              IS THIS THE BEST YOUR POLITICAL CONSULTANT CAN DO FOR YOU
              IN YOUR PLIGHT TO BECOME A
              JUDGE IN BROWARD COUNTY?

              SHAME ON YOU!!!
              CAMILLE COOLIDGE-SHOTWELL
              FOR GETTING INVOLVED WITH
              MICHAEL G AHEARN
              FROM THE OWNERS OF
              http://www.michaelgahearnesq.com/

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      I think I know why Weinstein looked foolish all those years. In addition to his obvious deficiencies, he didn’t have much of a consigliere.

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      In 1981, a federal grand jury indicted Judge Alcee L. Hastings, appointed to the federal district court in 1979, along with his friend William A. Borders, a Washington, D.C. lawyer. Hastings was charged with conspiracy and obstruction of justice for soliciting a $150,000 bribe in return for reducing the sentences of two mob-connected felons convicted in Hastings’ court. A year after Borders was convicted of conspiracy, the result of an FBI sting effort, Hastings’s case came before the criminal court. Despite Borders’ conviction, and the fact that Hastings had indeed reduced the sentences of the two felons, he was acquitted in a criminal court in 1983 and returned to his judicial post.

      Subsequently, suspicions arose that Hastings had lied and falsified evidence during the trial in order to obtain an acquittal. A special committee of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals began a new probe into the Hastings case. The resulting three-year investigation ended with the panel concluding that Hastings did indeed commit perjury, tamper with evidence, and conspire to gain financially by accepting bribes. The panel recommended further action to the U.S. Judicial Conference, which, in turn, informed the House of Representatives on March 17, 1987, that Judge Alcee Hastings should be impeached and removed from office.

      On August 3, 1988, following an investigation by the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, the House of Representatives voted 413 to 3 to adopt H. Res. 499, approving 17 articles of impeachment against Hastings, the greatest number of articles in any impeachment proceeding to date. Charges included conspiracy, bribery, perjury, falsifying documents, thwarting a criminal investigation, and undermining the public confidence “in the integrity and impartiality of the judiciary.” The Senate received the articles on August 9, 1988.

      Following the precedent set in the 1986 Claiborne impeachment case, the Senate again chose to refer the matter to a special committee as authorized by impeachment rule XI. On March 16, 1989, the Senate rejected a motion by Hastings to dismiss the case, and adopted S. Res. 38, creating a 12-member trial committee to hear evidence and then report to the full Senate on contested and uncontested facts. The committee was not tasked with making a recommendation on guilt or innocence. Committee hearings continued from July 10, to August 3, 1989. Consisting of six Republicans and six Democrats, the committee heard evidence for and against Hastings, and took testimony from 55 witnesses, including Borders. The House managers presented convincing evidence that Hastings had, indeed, conspired with Borders to solicit the bribe. Hastings, who appeared in his own defense, objected to the use of the committee, insisting that the full Senate should be required to hear evidence. His motion failed. Hastings also insisted that the Senate trial amounted, in legal terms, to “double jeopardy” since he had already been acquitted in a court of law.

      The trial committee presented its report on October 2, 1989. Sixteen days later, the trial began in the U.S. Senate, with prosecution and defense given two hours to summarize their cases. The Senate deliberated in closed session on October 19, 1989. The following day, the Senate voted on 11 of the 17 articles of impeachment, convicting Hastings, by the necessary two-thirds vote, on 8 articles (1-5, 7-9). On two articles (6, 17) the vote fell short of the required majority to convict. On article 11, the Senate voted 95 not guilty to 0 guilty. Having achieved the necessary majority vote to convict on 8 articles, the Senate’s president pro tempore (Robert C. Byrd) ordered Hastings removed from office. The Senate did not vote to disqualify him from holding future office.

      Four years later, Hastings was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives for the term beginning January 3, 1993. As a member of that body, on December 19, 1998, Hastings voted (on four articles of impeachment) against impeaching President William Jefferson Clinton.

      Chronology
      August 28, 1979 President Jimmy Carter appointed Alcee Hastings to the Florida federal bench, making him Florida’s first African-American federal judge.
      February 4, 1983 Judge Hastings was acquitted in the criminal trial for perjury and bribery.
      March 1983 A month after Hastings’ acquittal, two U.S. District Court judges filed a complaint against Hastings under the 1980 Judicial Councils Reform and Judicial Conduct and Disability Act (PL 96-458), accusing the judge of fabricating his defense.
      August 25, 1986 Hastings tried but failed to block federal judiciary from making a formal recommendation to Congress.
      September 2, 1986 The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta voted to recommend impeachment to the House, despite the fact that Hastings was acquitted in his criminal trial.
      September 3, 1986 Recommendation of Circuit Court forwarded to U.S. Judicial Conference.
      January 16, 1987 Hastings petitioned Congress to terminate the judicial investigation and to repeal PL 96-458, which provided the legal basis for the investigation. The Senate referred the petition to the Judiciary Committee.
      March 17, 1987
      Subsequent investigation of Hastings’ actions led the panel of 11th Circuit Court judges to conclude that Hastings had lied during the trial and was guilty of perjury and bribery, and that he had fabricated his defense. The 27-judge panel certified that Hastings had “engaged in conduct which might constitute grounds for impeachment,” and recommended impeachment to the House of Representatives.

      April 18, 1988 U.S. Supreme Court rejected Hastings attempt to invalidate the Judicial Councils Reform and Judicial Conduct and Disability Act.
      May 18, 1988 House Judiciary Subcommittee on Criminal Justice began investigating charges against Hastings.
      July 7, 1988 House Judiciary Subcommittee on Criminal Justice voted 7 to 0 in favor of impeachment.
      July 26, 1988 House Judiciary Committee voted 32 to 1 to approve 15 articles of impeachment, and approved 2 other articles by voice vote.
      August 3, 1988 House of Representatives voted 413 to 3 to approve 17 articles of impeachment.
      August 9, 1988 House of Representatives formally presented impeachment resolution to the Senate.
      January 26, 1989 Senate Rules Committee heard arguments from House Managers and Hastings’ attorneys on how to conduct impeachment trial. Defense attorneys also asked that Hastings be allowed use of Senate funds in his defense.
      March 15, 1989 Senate began impeachment proceedings. Hastings appeared before the Senate, asking that the articles be dismissed, claiming a second trial would amount to “double jeopardy.”
      March 16, 1989 After a two-hour closed session, the Senate rejected Hastings’ motion for dismissal by 92 to 1 vote. (Senator Howard Metzenbaum later stated that he believed Hastings had already been tried and a further trial was not warranted and violated protections against “double jeopardy.”)
      March 16, 1989 Senate passed S. Res. 38, creating a 12-member Senate Impeachment Trial Committee.
      April 12-13, 1989 Senate Trial Committee deliberated in closed session.
      May 18, 1989 Senate Trial Committee rejected Hastings’ request for Senate funding of his defense.
      July 5, 1989 Judge Gerhard A. Gessell dismissed Hastings’ complaint that he would not receive fair trial unless the full Senate heard all evidence and testimony.
      July 10, 1989 Senate Trial Committee began hearing evidence, a process that continued until August 3, 1989.
      October 2, 1989 Senate Trial Committee presented its report to the Senate.
      October 2, 1989 Senate Trial Committee presented its report to the Senate.
      October 18, 1989 Case came before the full Senate. Hastings, on the Senate floor, spoke in his own defense.
      October 19, 1989 Senate deliberated in closed session.
      October 20, 1989 Senate voted on 11 articles of impeachment, convicting Hastings on 8 articles, with 2 articles falling short of the necessary two-thirds majority for conviction, and a third article receiving a 95 to 0 vote for not guilty. The president pro tempore of the Senate ordered Hastings removed from office.

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      Just another screeching dried up yenta Broward judge who hasn’t had a good bang in 30 years and feels better about herself when she’s just had hormone replacement therapy and can let it all out.
      What she really needs is a nurse with a good stiff hose.

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    I would suggest Davis, Schiff and David Haimes (who is up for election…don’t try to fool the people with a last day filing) get off there asses and start working as they are all ripe for an opponent. The candidates are coming and you should all mount up your support and hope you have a better name for the judicial name game. I sure wouldn’t want to be a man in a judicial women’s world.

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      Usan lives in Parkland
      Usan teaches in Plantation
      Usan works in Fort Lauderdale

      A Judge is a daytime job
      A Teacher is a daytime job

      How is Usan not teaching on State time?

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        Two places at once?
        QM simply explained.
        Also explained, is just why The Florida Bar and The JQC are imaginary, and based on the collective brain washing of our legal community.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zx1fqp7ir70

        So you see, there’s a perfectly logical and scientific explanation for Judge Usan, to be in two places at the same time.

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          A lot of Broward judges are part time on the bench while working other jobs.
          The real losers are Broward Citizens.

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          COUNTY HOW MANY BROWARD JUDGES HAVE OTHER JOBS
          GOES TO SHOW UNEQUIVOCALLY HOW LITTLE THEY DO AS JUDGES FOR THE SALARIES THEY ARE PAID BY TAXPAYERS
          STOP BROWARD MOONLIGHTING JUDGES
          WRITE YOUR CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVE

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      Does The JQC allow for Judges to accept visible retracted and nefariously filed fake police reports , not on record with any dept.), to fulfill prerequisites and gain jurisdictions of a non existent case?

      Judge Coates went to Yale, how could he have not known that he can’t accept a counterfeit, and visible redacted, with the agency scribbled out as a real police report?
      Why don’t they investigate/arrest the court contractor and the court clerk who forged and validated the form as authentic with a state seal.

      These Judges under the guidance of the JQC are crooks.
      They are engaged in R.I.C.O. activities.

      The JQC is The Ultimate Frauds for allowing it.

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    To The JQC

    Where are the missing children ?
    Why hold exparte hearings? And for who ?

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