85 thoughts on “CJ TUTER”

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      No wonder you couldn’t get any support. Tooty ? Really, Dale? You got to learn to let your obsession with kissing butt go … it’s done nothin for you.

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      Four month countdown to Tootyville ! He will be a Broward chief judge that won’t be forgotten.
      The good thing is Fatty Weinstein won’t be able to freeload as much anymore.

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      I believe Judge Tuter will be independent. I knew him back in Minneapolis years ago. Our mutual friends Ted, Mary, Rhoda and Lou introduced us. Everything will be fine.

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        Captain Tuter saved my life in Nam. The delta was thick with Mr. Charles but Cap didn’t think twice about going back for me. He’s a natural born leader. Doesn’t believe in zippo raids but Cap will get things done slow and steady.

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    What do we know about Tuter? Is he an originalist? A textualist? Will he try to legislate from the Chief Judge’s Bench?

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      Dale’s busy exploring dumpsters around Pompano Beach Fashion Square. He wrecked the judiciary for over twenty years and Weinstein has been nothing but a self serving do nothing clod gobbler. Now We’ll see if Tuter can do anything with the slacker judges that sit on the bench in Broward. He’s got his hands full !

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        Dumpster Diving seems to be Dale’s new passion. Pompano needs his help. Keep up the good work Dale. We’re depending on you. Lol. Happy to see you’ve found something you’re good at.

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    Anyone has to be better than Whiney. But Tooty ? LOL.
    Rodriquez got nothing and Horowitz gets two. One of which was his. So it’s off to the races with Tooty and Whiney is shuffled off to root for truffles which he does best if he can do anything at all.

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    Weinstein will still be a lazy do nothing donut eating machine and will always be a do nothing slacker always has been always will be. Bring on the celebratory donuts, keep em coming as long as there free cause whiny Weinstein doesn’t like paying for anything..

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    Have his prior rulings been examined to see where he stands on abortion rights, because with Roe in jeopardy I hope ourJudges made an informed decision today.

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    I dont think anyone needs to worry about him getting drunk at Chief Judges’ school and causing a rukus in front of Justice Labarga. He looks like a Scotch man anyway. Leave the beers to the gals.

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    I’m sure a majority of the Judges will once again assure Judge Horowitz they will definitely be voting for him in 2 years as they did in the last 2 elections.

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    Some are questioning what happened to those early ballots cast before today? Who watches them? The Court Admin office? They would sure seem bias considering Weinstein is their boss. Is early voting really needed for 90 ballots? Some say it was those early ballots that pulled it ahead for Tutor in the end. Could be true, what security measures are in place? Why did Peter wait hours before disclosing the actual tally. Why have public records requests in the past been denied to see the cast ballots?

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    More than 2,000 Harvard alumni have signed their names to an open letter addressed to White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, the husband of Ivanka Trump and a fellow Harvard alumnus. The signatories asked Kushner for a meeting, at his convenience, to share their concerns. “We do not have the President’s ear, but you do, and we hope that we have yours,” the letter reads.
    The author of the letter, attorney David Rochelson, told BuzzFeed News that he has already gotten more than 2,000 signatures in 24 hours with 100 more Harvard alumni joining every couple hours.
    The delicately worded letter mentions Kushner’s grandparents, who were refugees from Nazi Germany, and implores Kushner to use his influence on Trump in regards to the immigration order.
    We appeal to you to influence the Trump Administration, and Mr. Trump himself, in a positive way. We ask that you remember your grandparents, refugees from Nazi Germany, when the Administration shuts our nation’s borders to the millions around the world who are fleeing conflict. They are counting on you. The millions of undocumented persons who contribute their blood and sweat and taxes to our great nation are counting on you. Women and the LGBTQ community are counting on you. People of color are counting on you.

    The message concludes by noting the privileges afforded to Kushner and his family by virtue of being Americans.
    This great nation has afforded you and your family all the opportunities in the world, and you have succeeded beyond your ancestors’ imaginations. You have earned great material success and, now, enormous power. We ask that you use it to help ensure that this nation remains a beacon of freedom, opportunity and hope throughout the world.

    Rochelson told BuzzFeed News that he was motivated to write the letter because his grandparents are refugees from Eastern Europe and his paternal grandfather survived Auschwitz. “When I heard that Jared’s grandparents were survivors too, I couldn’t stop thinking about him being in the room when they discussed this policy. I just felt so furious and so powerless. I felt like I had to do something,” he said.
    Here’s the entire article-
    https://www.buzzfeed.com/nitashatiku/harvard-alumni-sign-an-open-letter-to-trump-advisor-jared-ku?utm_term=.gkLOgrEoX#.myrE46LDB

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    Yes, Everyone’s Flipping Out Over Beyoncé But This Tweet Is A Must-See-
    On Wednesday afternoon, the world was collectively shook when Beyoncé announced she was pregnant with twins.

    One Twitter user didn’t just react. She made a hilariously depressing point that quickly went viral.
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/yes-everyones-flipping-out-over-beyoncé-but-this-tweet-is-a-must-see_us_58924314e4b070cf8b805f33?ra99nsne8mbpm0a4i&

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        No one.

        Just seems some think we’re stupid.

        Thanks. We are launching a project to have anyone going to certain courts to download a free app that can broadcast live.

        Concern was prohibitions directed at press.
        We are almost finished with the page, but need to finish the cites.

        Want people to know, Florida Supreme Court agrees.
        Robinson, and the judge that calls Hispanic lawyers what; Hector, Sanchez?

        Send us clear and convincing evidence in form of video, and we’ll make the JQC complaint.

        Here’s your outsider.
        Thanks.

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            If someone asks the judge to exclude the cameras, use the suggested form of statement set out in the Judicial Access chapter.

            Modify the portion which identifies your objection to say:

            I am not an attorney, but I understand the Florida Supreme Court permits cameras to be present in Florida courtrooms, and have established a test that must be met before the cameras can be excluded. At the very least, the law requires that a hearing be held, with the press and public having an opportunity to be heard through counsel, prior to closure. I therefore request such a hearing so our attorney can be heard on our behalf.

            Source: The Florida Bar

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              Hey dumb Mr. Corruption

              Permit is not a “right” as you wrote. You are going to try to infiltrate courtrooms with your stipid camera app will get you thrown in jail. You are definitely not an attorney, just some idiot trying to poach people from this blog so you can earn money from your site. Ulterior motives. Stay away.

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                Can all but guarantee that everyday at least a few people in court are doing this in secret. WE have over 50 of these videos.
                So if we publish them the judge is going to put a warrant out for arrest?

                Against who? If the account the video came from is using a fictitious name?

                Not against the website, FREE PRESS 1st Amendment.

                Besides, the court is recording it and a video can be obtained through a public records request.

                The purpose is to keep order in the court. Not to prohibit someone from getting the video for free without paying the county, and if your not moving around and being disruptive, there should be no reason for the court to say know if you tell them.

                Can’t make a video but can buy one from the County?

                Who’s scamming who.

                Next you’ll tell us we have to ask a cops permission to video them while on duty.

                We think your a judge so can see why you would worry.

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                  What Florida Statute would we be accused of violating. Lay of on the typos this is a blog not a pleading. We see plenty in all other media too.
                  You talk that shit to the Herald and Times also?

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                    If Mr. Corruption claims to be the media or press (trolling a website to poach people to his website for money) then why would Mr. Corruption have typos? Or errors in facts or judgment? Just an idiot with an ulterior motive. Just wait folks. He is here for a reason.

                    What gives Mr. Corruption the right to claim that he has the “right” to secretly record court proceedings? And encourages people to violate the rules of the court. Of course he is not an attorney. Just another idiot trying to test theories. Just dumb. Go away Mr. Corruption. Go back to your stupid website.

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                      You’re a Moron.
                      You need a license to claim the 1st Amendment?
                      Or have to be “Press”? What ever the hell that is.
                      DRIVE PEOPLE TO OUR SITE TO MAKE MONEY?
                      We only make money if someone actually buys something.
                      Not just clicks. You better do some reading up Mr. attorney.
                      It’s a public hearing.

                      The Defendant is really the only one with real standing to ask cameras be forbidden.

                      From what the Florida Supreme Court has said, the judge can really only object to keep order, not because they just don’t like it.

                      Ah, but being from Broward we understand your belief. Judges here make up there own rules.

                      Hidden motive? Making sure people like you NEVER become a judge.

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                  Mr. Corruption now hides behind the freedom of press but he is not the press. Just dumb. Mr. Corruption does not even understand the words he uses. Just dumb.

                  You have 50 videos of court proceedings from people that were recording? I call BS.

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                    Here’s one.

                    Arrest is first 5 min. Court is last 10 min. You’ll recognize the judge. No not speeders. Read the back of the shirt the guy wore to court. F–k the Police.

                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0piqPO0U6bM

                    We didn’t make this but proves the point. If anything We made had any value we would have published it.

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      Copycat. “What sat” us? You are an idiot and do not know anything about the courts. Why do you have a website anyways. You do not have a right to record a hearing. Courts have rules and you have to follow them. Go back to your horrible website.

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        While we do not accept all of the claims made by the proponents [of cameras] and will not discuss them in detail, we are persuaded that on balance there is more to be gained than lost by permitting electronic media coverage of judicial proceedings subject to standards for such coverage.

        The prime motivating consideration prompting our conclusion is this state’s commitment to open government. Post-Newsweek, 370 So. 2d at 780.

        The court reasoned that trials were PUBLIC EVENTS and that electronic media coverage of other branches of government both had informed the public about the operation of government and encouraged its representatives to act more responsibly.

        The court argued that, likewise, the judicial branch would BENIFIT from such coverage.

        Two years later, the Florida Supreme Court further refined and explained its Post-Newsweek holding. In State v. Palm Beach Newspapers, Inc., 395 So. 2d 544 (Fla. 1981), the court ruled that a trial court must hold an evidentiary hearing whenever the presence of cameras is challenged and must make specific findings on the record to support their exclusion. Id. at 548.

        Additionally, the court stated that the affected media must be permitted to participate in the hearing and that the qualitative difference required by Post-Newsweek must be real and identifiable, as opposed to general or speculative. State v. Green, 395 So. 2d 532 (Fla. 1981).

        In the wake of Post-Newsweek, Florida courts at all levels have endorsed cameras in the courtroom, consistently ruling that their presence does not deprive criminal defendants of a fair trial or otherwise adversely affect judicial proceedings. See, e.g. Chavez v. State, 832 So. 2d 730 (Fla. 2002) (trial court’s refusal to prohibit camera coverage of jurors did not impair criminal defendant’s right to fair trial); Patten v. State, 467 So. 2d 975 (Fla. 1985) (cameras did not interfere with criminal defendant’s right to consult with counsel); Jent v. State, 408 So. 2d 1024 (Fla. 1981) (alleged clicking of the camera was not distracting enough to deny criminal defendant effective assistance of counsel); Clark v. State, 379 So. 2d 97 (Fla. 1979) (criminal defendant failed to demonstrate specific denial of due process resulting from presence of cameras); WFTV, Inc. v. State, 704 So.2d 188 (Fla. 4th DCA 1997) (restriction of camera coverage of jury was unsupported by proper findings); Times Publishing Co. v. State, 632 So.2d 1072 (Fla. 4th DCA 1991) (criminal trial court order prohibiting media from publishing photographs of potential or seated jurors was unconstitutional); Gore v. State, 573 So. 2d 87 (Fla. 3d DCA 1991) (presence of cameras did not render criminal defendant incompetent to testify); Zamora v. State, 422 So. 2d 325 (Fla. 3d DCA 1982) (no ineffective assistance of counsel where defendant failed to show specific prejudice from unchallenged presence of television cameras); State v. Conde, 6 Fla. L. Weekly Supp. 692, 27 Media L. Rep. (BNA) 2311 (Fla. 11th Cir. Ct. 1999) (motion to restrict camera coverage of jurors and to seal juror information denied); State v. Conde, 6 Fla. L. Weekly Supp.692 (Fla. 11th Cir. Ct. 1998) (motion to exclude cameras from all proceedings denied); State v. Chavez, 6 Fla. L. Weekly Supp. 691 (Fla. 11th Cir. Ct. 1998) (motion to exclude cameras from all proceedings denied); Lang v. Tampa Television, Inc., 11 Media L. Rep. (BNA) 1150 (Fla. 4th Cir. Ct. 1984) (despite plaintiff’s objection, restricted camera coverage allowed in civil proceeding); State v. Alvarez, 10 Media L. Rep. (BNA) 1493 (Fla. 11th Cir. Ct. 1984) (cameras could not be excluded from jury selection in criminal trial); In re B.P., 9 Media L. Rep. (BNA) 1151 (Fla. 4th Cir. Ct. 1983) (subject to certain restrictions, cameras could not be excluded from juvenile proceedings). But cf. Sunbeam Television Corp. v. State, 723 So.2d 275 (Fla. 3d DCA 1998) (restriction of camera coverage of jurors affirmed where jurors’ names and addresses were sealed).

        The court reaffirmed its commitment to camera coverage of judicial proceedings in late 2005 when it declined to amend then-Rule 2.170 to give trial courts broad authority to restrict such coverage to protect privacy rights and “confidential matters.” In re Amendments to the Rules of Judicial Administration (Two-Year Cycle), 915 So.

        2d 157, 161-62 (Fla. 2005). The proposed rule change also would have provided for an automatic ban on photographing jurors’ faces. Id. at 162 n. 5. In so ruling, the court clarified that parties seeking to prohibit or limit camera coverage of judicial proceedings still must meet the Post-Newsweek test, after notice to the media and an opportunity to be heard. Id. at 162 n.7.

        Additionally, as part of its continued expansion of public access to courts, the Florida Supreme Court in late 1997 began statewide television broadcasts of its oral arguments. The broadcasts also are available in audio form over the internet. Spearheaded by former Chief Justice Gerald Kogan, the broadcasts are a joint project between the Florida Supreme Court and Florida State University’s Department of Communications and College of Law. These broadcasts drew nationwide attention in November, 2000, when oral arguments in the dispute over the Florida presidential election results reached millions of viewers.

        In April 2009, Chief Justice Peggy Quince proclaimed that month as the 30th Anniversary of the Post-Newsweek Station decision in order to commemorate the nation’s broadest camera allowance rule.

        In 2010, Florida’s First District Court of Appeal in Morris Publishing Co. v. State et. al,held that that laptop computers are excluded from the scope of Rule 2.450 and are allowed in a court proceeding unless the court finds that such use will cause undue disruption. Morris, 2010 WL 363318, 38 Media. L. Rep. (BNA) 1245 (Fla. 1st DCA Jan. 20, 2010).

        TESTING THEORYS?

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              Mr. Corruption. You are an idiot. The sheriff and Kluger are correct. And you call yourself a journalist. You own a website? Get your facts straight. Why do you even troll another website other than to promote your dumb website that just copy’s material from others.

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                Really? Than why did he get to continue to record?

                Notice the judge called the chief judge and told it’s ok.

                Do you believe if any of us get arrested, first off if the judge found out we were recording, can’t be held in contempt without an opportunity to stop, you really think the Florida Supreme Court that broadcasts ALL it’s hearings, will say especially to this county, that judge deserves better?

                You have a law degree, but miss a lot of important things.

                No, we are correct and you are wrong.

                The dumb ass bailiffs as you all call them now have law degrees?

                Don’t think he’s a sheriff. Miami-Dade does.t have a sheriff anymore.

                Call yourself a lawyer, LOL

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                  Public defenders office, remember a man named Jonny Scott? Well a lot more are going to hear him now.

                  2 years in jail and:

                  NOT GUILTY BT JURY TRIAL!
                  HE GOT SCREWED.

                  Bet you can guess what he thinks of Barbara McCarthy.

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                  Mr. Corruption you are an idiot. This is what happens when an idiot who calls himself a news reporter and website operator only knows how to cut and paste other individuals words. There is no “right” to record a proceeding. Like a child you say that you are “right.” What did we miss from someone who doesn’t have a brain and can only cut and paste other material. The judge allowed it. Know the case well. She didn’t have to. Many judges would have thrown them out.
                  Stop throwing around words you don’t understand and go back to your joke of a website built by a 3 year old. Everyone can read that you are an idiot. It’s laughable

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                      Don’t forget

                      Tomorrow, 9:00Am
                      Florida Supreme Court’s Public Reprimand of Judge John Contini.
                      On the Florida Channel.

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    But have we called court projects yet? I know it’s only been 11 days but I’m questioning competency. I’ll take whatever dr is next on the list.
    I woke up to a tweet with threats to cut federal funding to UC Berkeley which canceled a speech by Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos after violence broke out.

    Yesterday was the call with Mexico. Here’s the highlights…it didn’t go well. There was the call with Australia. It didn’t go well. Who picks a fight with the Australians? Then hangs up?
    Some of the funniest stuff ever if it weren’t a sign of… I’ll wait for the medical opinions. Judge can we have a competency evaluation and reset this hearing 3 weeks? The evaluation can be done while he’s on vacation. Who works 11 days and needs a vacation?

    http://www.thewrap.com/trump-picks-a-fight-with-australian-prime-minister-during-heated-phone-call-sparks-social-media-aftermath/

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    TRUMP HAS DONE MORE IN HIS FEW DAYS IN OFFICE THAN WASHINGTON SCUMSUCKERS DO IN THEIR ENTIRE CAREERS.
    DRAIN THE SWAMP AND EXPOSE CORRUPTION

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      That Melissa is the only real lawyer still with the PD’s office. She is the entire homicide division. The State fears her. So smart to demand speedy and shut down the death penalty especially in this case. Would have loved to see Toms face when Holmes said no death.

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    Wheinstien is not worthless, he is loved by all at dunkin Donut’s, he’s their biggest and I do mean biggest customer. Now if they can just get him to pay for the millions of donuts that he has shoveled down in the last couple of days alone they soul be very happy.

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    This means that Weinstein Will still be allowed to do absolutely nothing all day and his rude lazy JA will be continue to only work one day a week for a couple of hours. Both her and the judge are the two laziest losers in this courthouse. Totally useless.

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    Easy live and quiet die. Now she can, kiss it goodbye.
    Duffy is no bride to be. Trouble from the get go does not a good portend make.
    If she has a problem drinking she has no place on the bench.

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    Weinstein is lazy you say ? That’s not true at all. Put three dozen jelly donuts in front of him and see how fast he gets to work on eating every single one of them. Nothing lazy about Weinstein at all.

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    Duffy most definitely is a drunk and a racist. Thanks to Judge Benson for stepping up and doing the right and moral thing and speaking up. Finally a judge willing to do the right thing.

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    Is it true that Sanchez, or Valdez or whatever his name is only got two votes for chief judge. His and his wife.

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