DIVERSION!

SUN SENTINEL

“To demonstrate her sincere remorse and not wanting any special treatment” and to satisfy prosecutors, Honowitz took a four-hour internet class about stealing, (Attorney Jayne) Weintraub said …

The Broward State Attorney’s Office said Tuesday that after the case was closed on Nov. 5, Honowitz was restored to her job. While she was suspended and absent from work, she used vacation time and will not be paid for approximately 20 additional days …

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    WHAT ABOUT A FOUR HOUR INTERNET CLASS ON MAKE-UP APPLICATION
    SHE LOOKS LIKE A GREASED CLOWN

    TEACH THIS OLD BIMBO LESS IS MORE

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      Hereafter to be known a the Goo Girl of the State Attorney’s Office. Sad little underachiever returns to desk job in back room.

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    I’m in total awe! She should have been prosecuted to the fullest. Caught on tape, a four hour class, and still has a job. Who’s kidding who?
    If it were the average joe they’d have been fined on top the conviction. She also escaped probation at a cost. The average joe would also get nailed for court costs. The judge could have also imposed psychiatric counseling to get to the root of her cleptomania. She got caught once which means she got away with stealing for many years.
    A true travesty and a great snapshot of how our great courts work! Either rich or connected and walk.
    She should never ever be allowed to preside on any bench that’s not concrete or metal. She should have been made an example of.
    She saved her pension and the DAs office knew it.
    My guess is that she’ll retire soon to her pension.
    Broward Courts are still corrupt! If it’s not about money and friends in high places.
    A career criminal….30 years!!!!

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      Shut up. Everyone is eligible for pretrial first time up. I hope you aren’t a criminal defense attorney. I would hate to think that is what you tell your clients they should plea to.

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          What the poster above said was “the average person” would get. If that is what he tells his clients they should get- then I still feel bad for them.

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          Higher standard in the Broward ASA ? Don’t make me barf.
          More like downhill government gofers with chips on their shoulders. Most were too dumb to do anything else.

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    It’s this lack of integrity within our system of justice that’s tearing it apart. But these Government squeezes get a free ride and their jobs back ?
    She will never live this down, but she’ll stay on the dole until it’s time to drop.
    If I worked in the same office as she does, I’d keep the desk locked.

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    Absolutely ridiculous, dishonest and allowed to stay a prosecutor? Satz you are a total fraud who clearly stands for nothing.

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        How is it preferential treatment? It was in Dade and they offer that to everyone. How exactly was it “preferential”? Just curious. You may not like that she got her job back- but there was nothing made available to her that isn’t available to everyone.

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    Maybe now she can print up a flyer about the dangers presented to society by Kleptos…
    Pass it off as a lesson we’ll learned there, girl …

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    The most expensive 40 bucks worth of cheap makeup this scuzz ever got pinched for.
    Hope they post a pic of this chick’s ugly mug at every Publix 🙂

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    This is wrong on so many levels. A prosecutor charged with upholding the law is issued a promise to appear for stealing cosmetics caught on multiple video security cameras and then is let off with watching a 4 hour presentation on stealing ?
    Then she is allowed to return to her previous job prosecuting people for breaking the law with no other consequences attached to her actions ?
    What has this place become where this double standard of Justice is allowed to continue ?
    What kind of example does this set for society?
    This is a total miscarriage of Justice.
    I don’t know this person and don’t want too, and I certainly don’t wish her any harm, but this outcome for a 30 year prosecutor who should know better than most the consequences of breaking the law is absurd.
    How can a prosecutor charged with stealing ever be trusted to ever do her job with this episode in her past and still be expected to uphold the integrity of her office and the integrity of Justice to be served again ?

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    Please start a collection for a Publix Gift Card within the Office of the State Attorney of the 17th Judicial Circuit for Stacey Honowitz.
    It will be greatly appreciated.

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    Regardless of the outcome : The fact of matter is, that every time she walks into the office, everyone knows what she did.
    She’s always going to be wondering what people are really thinking.

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      What Stacey did was a terrible mistake and lapse in judgment and forgetfulness,” her lawyer, Jayne Weintraub, said Tuesday. “It was not a crime.”

      WHY DIDN’T SHE TAKE IT TO TRIAL???

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        Maybe because all she had to do was complete a four hour internet video on the moral implications of stealing. Easy- peesy.

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    Very fair result. Hang in there Stacy, your future looks bright!

    I was fired from the Attorney General’s office for professional negligence, insubordination, lack of truthfulness and theft of government property (for moonlighting out of the government office, using government property and resources for private practice clients). I also made my office into an apartment after I got thrown out of my house.

    The restraining orders against repeat violence my wife took out against me didn’t help either.

    But I was still able to secure a spot with the ORCC and came close to being a judge. In Broward, even sleezy idiots like me can get by.

    Let’s do lunch.

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    I don’t think it should have cost her the pension but she shouldn’t be allowed to prosecute and keep a badge any longer.

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    This is what happens when bimbos are allowed in positions of authority. High profile, thirty year vet pinching merchandise to try to keep up appearances. It’s all an honest mistake.
    Beware. They are everywhere in the SA office.
    To have to deal with some of them is really too much sometimes. It’s a mixed bag of hormones, in this case post menopausal.

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    The woman bashing that goes on and on and on … makes me wonder how many of the posters are scared men intimidated by the capable women practicing as lawyers in South Florida. Comment on the allegations or the resolution all you want, that is your right, but STFU about appearance, personality, attitude etc. Only a man who does not have any women friends, real relationships not based only on sex, refers to women as bimbos. Again, STFU and try getting past dealing with women like you are 13.

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