JAABLOG BRADY NOTICE …

From: Kunsman, Gary
Sent: Thursday, July 27, 2017 4:46 AM
To: heckerlawfirm@gmail.com
Subject: GW Kunsman Depo (case cite deleted)

Mr. Hecker;
I have just looked at the toxicology file for the case in which I am to be deposed today only to discover that the matter involves the essentially negative results (only inactive THC metabolite present) of a urine tox analysis. I fail to understand why I am continually deposed on cases of alleged DUI when only a urine specimen is available for analysis as urine results, especially when the only finding is the inactive metabolite of Delta-9 THC is present, only inform us of what an individual has been exposed to over the 3 or 4 days prior to the specimen collection (7 to 10 days prior in reference to the Cannabinoids Delta-9 THC and Delta-9 Carboxy THC) and bears no relationship to what may or may not have been present in the blood at the time of specimen collection and certainly none to the time of any alleged incident prior to the collection. The ASA should be cognizant of these facts since I have testified to this in deposition and in court at least 6 or 7 times since mid-May of this year (the time of Mr. Wagner’s retirement).

I certainly understand the need for and purpose of depositions but when they provide nothing more than information that is already available in recent testimony from the expert witness to be deposed it seems that the time and expense of all parties involved could be put to far more profitable ends; in my case that means being spared the trip from Dania Beach to the Courthouse and being allowed to perform my principle function as a postmortem toxicologist working for the District 17 Medical Examiner.

Please note that I would copy the prosecutor on this case except that, in the normal fashion of the Broward County SAO, they have not contacted me concerning the toxicology results in this matter so I do not know who is the ASA most recently assigned to this matter. I encourage you to forward this email to them if you do know who they are, again, in the interest of saving us all from a needless expenditure of our very valuable time.

Thank You for your attention in this matter and I look forward with hope to notification that my deposition will not be required while anticipating that I will lose the greater part of an afternoon being deposed and trying to catch up on real work (ME casework) this weekend.

G.W. Kunsman, Ph.D., F-ABFT
Chief Toxicologist
District 17 Medical Examiner’s Office
Broward County, FL

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THANKS TO SCOTT HECKER, who adds at 4:13 p.m. in the comments section:

I sent this email here to be posted. Apparently, in misdemeanor DUI we only get the toxicology report and not the whole file.

I wanted to know the concentrations of the drugs, and was told by the ASA, that information was not available and the lab never supplied it to them.

I filed a motion to compel and was sent 23 pages of the toxicology report that was not in the initial discovery request. Even the ASA expressed surprise. And the concentrations were in the report.

I set the deposition of Dr Kunsman, and received this letter from him before the deposition today

He said with metabolites he is NEVER able to testify or render an opinion that the individual was under the influence at the time of driving.

As to Active THC in a toxicology report, He has the same opinion
Without knowing when the individual and went to the bathroom before giving his sample, or whether the person was hydrated or dehydrated , he can render an opinion as to intoxication with just a urine report.

Blood was a different story.

So, If you did not know to ask for a full report, you would not know this additional evidence existed.

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    “I do not know who is the ASA most recently assigned to this matter. I encourage you to forward this email to them if you do know who they are, again, in the interest of saving us all from a needless expenditure of our very valuable time.”

    DOESN’T THIS DOCTOR KNOW THAT THE NEEDLESS EXPENDITURE OF VALUABLE RESOURCES TO COVER SATZ’S BEHIND IS WHAT WE’RE ALL HERE FOR SINCE 1976?

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    I sent this email here to be posted. Apparently, in misdemeanor DUI we only get the toxicology report and not the whole file.
    I wanted to know the concentrations of the drugs, and was told by the ASA, that information was not available and the lab never supplied it to them.
    I filed a motion to compel and was sent 23 pages of the toxicology report that was not in the initial discovery request.
    Even the ASA expressed surprise. And the concentrations were in the report.
    I set the deposition of Dr Kunsman, and received this letter from him before the deposition today
    He said with metabolites he is NEVER able to testify or render an opinion that the individual was under the influence at the time of driving.
    As to Active THC in a toxicology report, He has the same opinion
    Without knowing when the individual and went to the bathroom before giving his sample, or whether the person was hydrated or dehydrated , he can render an opinion as to intoxication with just a urine report.
    Blood was a different story.
    So, If you did not know to ask for a full report, you would not know this additional evidence existed.

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    That sucks! For the Defense Attorney and the Defendant. It’s all about putting people in jail/prison particularly in Broward County!

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    How about that bullshit infraction stuff for weed cases too. How’s that working out for the Black Man?

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      Dear Mike. Instead of looking completely miserable at all times, why not try something different? The last few decades are nothing to speak of. Why not branch out from the misery business and see what else life has to offer?

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    gary kunsman has always been a rude, arrogant, ass. if he bothered to make one phone call he could have apprised the ASA of this. should he/she have known, sure, but clearly he or she did not. probably someone with less than 1 year experience since only doing misdemeanor DUIs.

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    Nothing against Gordon but no one thinks he can win. Besides Hecker would get rid of the lazy good for nothing newbies currently in administration.

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      Gordo’s done next to nothing in his tenure as a PD but run and hide every time he’s needed. He’s got NO CHANCE to be the next PD. It’s pretty laughable that The Fink thinks he’ll have anything to do with leaving a crippled PD office to somebody like Gordo or for that matter any of the other numb nuts who are hanging on by a thread before the ceiling caves in. They can’t keep anybody for more than three months before they catch on.

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        He’s only one of the useless asst pds who does nothing. Most of them carry no cases and spend the rest of their time causing unnecessary problems for the rest of us. Audit the nonexistent caseloads of all of the so called supervisors and find out just what’s really happening. It’s a tribe of do nothings. And where is The Fink in all this ? MIA

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    “I will lose the greater part of an afternoon being deposed and trying to catch up on real work (ME casework)”

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    Was it Mancini? Who’s trained at the feet of how Loe can you go? Someone said she was a mess? As in past tense. Stop. Now I’m 😂. What a good laugh. She’ll be in homicide any minute and hiding shit then too. I mean acting surprised when she “finds it” after she opens her file for the first time and is forced to turn it over during a Motion to Compel hearing.

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      If weight determines trafficking charges and usually disqualifies a person from drug court why would a veteran be allowed to have his case transferred to VA court for two first degree felony trafficking charges? My friend dodged a bullet but I am just curious as to why his case was allowed to be transferred (he was Airforce vet) when it would not have been accepted in regular Broward Drug Court?

      12/07/2016 1 (F1) Traffick Methampheta 14g><28g
      12/07/2016 2 (F1) Traff Morphine 4-14 Grams
      Date Filed: 01/13/2017
      Current Statute: (CF1)893.135(1)(c )1a
      Filing Type: SAO Information
      Filing Agency: Broward Sheriff Office/Oakland Park
      Original Statute: (F1)893.135(1)(c )1a-Traff Morphine 4-14 Grams

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    Rumor has it Judge Fishman is retiring. That race fill up with prosecutors like Padowitz and and a few defense lawyers and the usual suspects

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    It’s great for Mr. Satz to be supportive of his attorneys running for Judge. I’m not being critical, but in the past with only Apd’s being permitted to run didn’t make sense. I know it’s unpopular to commend Mr. Satz around here but this is really great leadership.

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      He isn’t supportive of that, not at all, in fact I know a few people who left the office because when they made it known they wanted to run for judge Satz stopped promoting them.

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        But why would he do something like that? This makes little sense. He boasts all the time about how many of the bench worked for him once upon a time.

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      says who? anybody who (1) gets a pay raise (2) has ZERO life experience and (3) has ZERO work experience should not be a judge until they are at least 60. just because you sit second chair on big trials doesn’t make you qualified.

      nice girl, though.

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      Bloom and MLC couldn’t be more opposite. I think they would both make great judges. Even-tempered, fair and more trials than half the sitting judiciary.

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      Kroll sounds more like Bogenpoop every time he makes empty excuses for these crooked judges!
      Santino should be trashed just like she trashed her opponent and have her ticket yanked too.
      Broward isn’t the only circuit with really lousy judges.
      These creeps would sell their grandmothers to keep their jobs. Anything to suck at the public trough.

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    Whatever happened to Truth and FairPlay in Broward? The SA’s office and Broward’s judges should be required to Refamiliarize themselves with the ethical obligations to citizens footing the bill for their salaries and pensions.
    The degree of corruption within the judicial system in Broward clearly needs to be addressed in detail.

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    They can start by not giving awards to Judges that spend more time on extracurriculars than being on the bench. Mixed messages much?

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    THE BROWARD JUDICIARY HAS ALWAYS BEEN A MIX OF INTENSE SELF INTEREST AND CORRUPTION COMPRISED MOSTLY OF THOSE THAT COULDNT MAKE IT IN PRIVATE PRACTICE OR GOVERNMENT FLUNKIES AND ARE ATTRACTED TO WHAT THEY VIEW AS EASY STREET WITH A PENSION ATTACHED AND NO SUPERVISION WHATSOEVER BY A CHIEF JUDGE WHO HIMSELF IS NOTHING BUT A SPONGE.
    THATS WHY SO MANY BROWARD JUDGES HAVE GOT IT CAUGHT IN THEIR ZIPPERS.

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    Honestly the only WEEKES in broward is Johnny Weekes – he would make a great PD – imagine if he ran against Gordo – everyone would pick johnny – that’s who Gordo should be scared of

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    Aronberg is a passing through kind of person. Marking time until his next opportunistic move for a more prestigious position. He won’t be missed.

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    https://www.news4jax.com/news/ethics-panel-approves-former-inspector-generals-outside-work

    This is the same agency, where the ChildNet COO was working before she was hired in Broward County, FL. ChildNet is in total shambles and has gotten rid of its most experienced employees, since that fool got in charge. The federal Health and Human Services found Broward failing across the board on 11 of 14 measures. When will the Board of Directors, the Governor, State Representatives and even the local reporters do something to protect these children (not from the abuse by the parents) from the institution abuse that places these children at risk of serious bodily injury or death. The time is now.

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        At least Broward has been blessed with an ambitious-less slug who is more than satisfied keeping his boot on the neck of poor people. That’s a good thing isn’t it?

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    2018 is around the corner and we have some great candidates.

    17 / 8 Kollra, Ernest Albert (NOP) *Incumbent Active
    17 / 39 Shotwell, Camille Coolidge (NOP) Active
    17 / 43 Casey, Daniel Arthur (NOP) Active
    17 / 46 Curry, H. James (NOP) Active
    17/16 Miller, W. Dale (NOP) Active

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      The only wing nut that’s missing is Deb Steinschmaltz again to make this loser list complete!
      Dale Miller just doesn’t get it ! LOL

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    Oh right, demmery thinks he’s going to move to Broward with his 5 yrs as a lawyer and that ‘catchy’ (not) name to be judge!
    Is Haccord allowed to change his name to H. ??

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    Uhhhhh…………..I thought everybody knew that the science behind the urinalysis was garbage. If anybody wants a “go by” for a marijuana urinalysis, let me know and I’ll give you one. Here are a few depositions anybody can use.

    http://duimotions.com/dui-drug-cocaine-deposition-of-toxicologist/

    http://duimotions.com/ambien-defense-toxicologist-deposition/
    http://duimotions.com/ambien-defense-forensic-toxicologist/

    http://duimotions.com/the-science/

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      Kristie Mckenzie…just the latest ASA to jump from this sinking ship. Satzy how many ASAs have you lost in the last year? Since you’ve lost a quarter of your ASAs in a year, don’t you finally realize the problem is YOU AND YOUR ADMINISTRATION and not each of them?

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        Talk about an overly boisterous bimbo. He’s probably happy to be rid of that rapacious blabbering bimbo.
        There’s a few more that should hit the pavement. Flat tires have no place in the SA’s office.
        Just my opinion, but the herd needs to be thinned. It’s a good start.

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          Heard she was a hard worker when not at the mall. Very good in trial and extremely well liked by Donelly lol.

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              All the time, that’s why she was demoted. Heard she like to plea pill mill kingpins to probation behind Donelly’s back.

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    Attorneys come and go every day. The State Attorney’s office is no different.
    The PD’s office has lost all the old timer trial attorneys except the supervisors (who would never be confused with trial attorneys) and who are hanging on for all it’s worth handling no cases and doing nothing but collecting their paychecks while the rank and file get paid chicken feed and carry 120 plus cases.

    At least in the State Attorneys office you’re expected to carry a caseload. You make the call …

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      I don’t think it is an everyday occurrence for 100 lawyers (half the office) to leave a firm over the course of a couple years…just in the past 12 months a 25% turnover sounds normal to you?

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        There’s been a large number of attorneys leaving to be prosecutors at statewide, the AG, etc., for the same pay or even a pay cut. That’s what should concern a state attorney who cared about the working environment he’s created.

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        To refer to the SA or PD’s office a law firm is laughable. More like a bunch of monkeys scratching their butts.
        Girls in the high school I used to go to walked around acting like the knew what they were doing all the time.
        I chew them up and spit them out every day in court.

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          Youre an idiot. Some of the best criminal attorneys work at or have worked at the PD or SAO. And no, I don’t work at either but have been up against and in court with many. Yes, there are some idiots at each place, particularly now that both Satz and Finkelstein are running their best people out the door with their antics, but there are also a lot of hard working, excellent attorneys.

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          I’ve got to agree with u. The quality of attorneys in both the pd and sa have really hit new lows. No wonder no real law firms will touch them.
          Government flunkies aren’t welcome unless it’s to another governmental agency. It’s why they all want to be judges after a while of working within the grid. Most of them lack the talent to do anything else.

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      Prosecution spokesman Ron Ishoy said Berg’s drug use was included in the report because it would have been an issue at trial if the case had been prosecuted and would have made the accusation more difficult to prove.

      “We do not send out a simple ‘we decline to prosecute’ memo because we could then be accused of declining the case for no valid reason; we have to document the reason for our decisions,” Ishoy wrote in an email statement to The Associated Press.

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      Rothstein’s squeal will do in Padowitz” chances of running for SA.
      Kenny would do better to run for Public Defender as long as he cleans out the freeloaders after taking office.

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      Deb may have some questions to answer, but I don’t believe she’s got anything to fear from another dweeb like Finkelstein who by his own admission is “non-political ” not known outside Broward and would have many questions to answer himself about how his office has been managed, or as many would say and have, mismanaged.

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    Interesting article. Santino’s violations are very minor compared to the campaign violations from Michael G. Ahearn (ATurd) candidates, and they want Santino removed. Mr. ATurd took campaign money from his candidates: (1) Lynch, (2) McCarty, (3) Streeter, (4) Duffy and (5) Kushner (via other conduets) and gave it to Tom Lauder, the unemployed loser that runs the website RedBroward.com to write positive blogs about ATurd’s candidates and negative article about the opposition. Well, that’s a felony under Fla. Stat. 104.071. Like I said, Santino’s violations are minor compared to the five candidates above. Tick, tock.

    http://www.sun-sentinel.com/opinion/fl-op-editorial-judge-dana-santino-20170804-story.html

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      I forgot to mention, Mr. ATurd also pays the washouted Sun Sentinel reporter Buddy Neivens to write blogs on BrowardBeat.com and also Neiven’s squirly looking kid Aaron Nevien to write trash posts on hellofla.com.

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    How nice it would be if someone young and smart who understands their duty to the taxpayers rather than their overpaid upper management took the reins in either office. Imagine the housecleaning that would take place.

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      But it’s human nature to become a self-serving schmoe the longer staying in office. Absent term limits every elected person needs an opponent every time up.

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        VOTE THEM ALL OUT
        BROWARD NEEDS JUDGES THAT SERVE THE PEOPLE, NOT THEMSELVES AND THEIR CRONIES
        BROWARD HAS THE MOST DISTURBING JUDGES IN THE STATE AS HAS BEEN SHOWN REPEATEDLY
        VOTE NO TO ALL INCUMBENT BROWARD JUDGES WITHOUT EXCEPTION

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    easily describes the sao too. too many ‘chiefs’ making over 100k with the people doing the real work making tens of thousands less.

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    17 / 36 Padowitz, Kristin Weisberg (NPA) Active
    17 / 39 Shotwell, Camille Coolidge (NOP) Active
    17 / 43 Casey, Daniel Arthur (NOP) Active
    17 / 46 Curry, H. James (NOP) Active
    Miller, W. Dale (NOP) Active
    Weekes, Mariya (NOP) Active

    8 More will be filing within the next 10 business days

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      ALL INCUMBENT BROWARD JUDGES NEED TO BE SHOWN THE DOOR BY VOTERS.
      BROWARD HAS THE WORST POLITICAL HACKS SITTING AS JUDGES IN THE ENTIRE STATE AND THE MOST CORRUPT AS WELL AS ALCOHOLISM BEING A REAL PROBLEM AS HAS BEEN REPEATEDLY SEEN.
      ALL BROWARD JUDGES NEED TO TO OUSTED.
      ITS OUR MONEY THESE SCUZBALLS SURVIVE ON.
      ITS OUR CHOICE.
      VOTE THEM ALL OUT AND REPLACE THEM WITH HARD WORKING JUDGES INSTEAD OF LAZY HACKS SURFING TO PENSION TIME.
      REMEMBER THESE PENSION SUCKERS BECAME JUDGES BECAUSE THEY CANT SURVIVE IN THE REAL WORLD.
      MAYBE THATS WHY THEY DRINK SO MUCH.

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        There are so many bad Broward judges to choose from and only so many spots open. Judicial incompetence is so endemic in Broward, it easy to see why they are all being run against.

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      Miller ran a strong campaign last time despite not having a lot of money. He has stayed active in the community over the last year or so. Don’t count him out.

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      James or Dale have a better name and are first on ballot. In this race the men will win. Plus they both have experience and are great guys.

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    Miller can’t raise enough excitement over another campaign to count the votes he’ll get on one hand no matter how bad he wants to get out from under Lit’l Howie’s thumb.
    Like the rest of the PD’s he’s itching to get out.

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      VOTE OUT ALL INCOMPETENT INCUMBENT BROWARD JUDGES
      GIVE BROWARD A NEW VOICE
      THAT OF REAL JUSTICE

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      What would Gordo know about Justice? He’s not been in a courtroom except to show just how little he knows about anything. Lol
      The only revolution that’s coming is the overthrow of the mess Gordo’s been part of under The Fink.
      You’ll find Gordo hiding out like the rest of the do nothings with no cases and no answers.
      Better start looking for cardboard boxes.

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      What happened to the dreads, Bro ? Join the revolution? LOL. The big guns haven’t even filed yet. Weeks better take some courses in rhetoric from what I’ve seen the few times he’s been forced to show in court.
      He’ll be trading in the Hummer for a bike before it’s over.

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              Enough of the Trump loving Judges

              Izquierdo and Marina (embarassed to use my husbands name) G (arica) Wood (ex husband name from years ago)

              All supported by Carlos Reyes, Esq formally of RRA and currently running against DWS. Get that info to the old biddies in West Broward.

              Here is the Trump reccomendation of Izzy

              https://www.apnews.com/c3ce976d85bd4d559e5bc1c95eefb438

              Of course the Jaab pic of Marina celebrating with Trump.

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                Izquierdo is a two yearer for sure. Free pension to anyone that’s the first to file. Trump has ruined this country and his Judges must go.

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                  This is an interesting dilemma because they can separate Judge Izquierdo from Trump by showing his reference letter was simply a favor by mutual friends i.e. no real connection to Trump whilst at the same time exposing the crooked JNC process wherein qualifications have zero bearing on the appointment process because it’s all down to who one knows and collecting and paying off favors.

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                    Poor guy is going to lose his seat all because The Bradford wanted to be a big shot and got Trump to send an email recommending him. I wonder if Jose even knew The Bradford was doing this or found out after the fact.

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                      Bradford’s all hat and no cattle. Better known as The Weeny, when he rears his blather I think of this pic ! Lol
                      Although it maybe a little flattering to the loudmouth !
                      So long Jose …

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                      Haters gonna hate. Brad saved Kodak Black from prison. I hear Kodak gave him a big shout out at his concert this weekend. All while Brad was VIP backstage. Where were you this weekend? Mowing the lawn and going to Home Depot?

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                      poor guy? he got the job because cohen called the President >>I mean the guy has the presidents number in his phone sorry call him what you will> I have seen him in court and he always delivers> even Gelin gave into his charms it looks like

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            That could be interesting…

            Trying to get Diaz on being reprimanded has been played. What is open for discussion is a reexamination of why he was reprimanded. It would be factual to say that measures Judge Diaz took against Judge Seidman were due to his support and want of continued illegal immigration. One thing everyone can agree on, no one supports illegal immigration.

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      In a place known for its corruption, not unlike Broward political hacks, some lobbyists and politicians are changing their underwear about now.
      The good news is, it looks like it’s gonna stick to their asses this time with any number of political junkies and office holders bagged.
      Hold onto your asses …

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        Bring them on down to Broward. They can start with Broward judges and work their way over to the Broward County Commission.

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    Think about all those Broward Republican Judges that supported Trump despite the dog whistle racist campaign he ran. It’s time every appointed Broward Republican Judge gets an opponent and shown the door. Broward deserves better.

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      Not just Republican judges, ALL incumbent judges!
      Forget the pension, they shouldn’t be allowed to serve long enough to get one.
      If the legislature will not set term limits, the people will.
      Thought judicial races are “supposed” to be non-partisan.

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        A Two Term Judicial mandate would go a long way toward cleaning out these pension parachute punchers before they milk it dry. Most of them became judges because of the pay increase they’d receive and the hefty pension benefits. It’s no secret. That’s why we’ve got such crappy judges in Broward.
        Judicial Oversight would also help. Right now it’s a mess.

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          Good start. Maybe add cannot serve again for three terms.
          Might cut back on the “favors”.
          Are you a lawyer? Maybe want to collaborate on some legislation?

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            ALL THE JUDGES THAT YOU REPRESENT (MICHAEL G AHEARN A/K/A SOUTH FLORIDA CORRUPTION)
            SHOULD BE VOTED OUT
            TERM LIMITS FOR JUDGES ARE
            NEEDED IN BROWARD COUNTY & PALM BEACH COUNTY

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              You’re a moron. Like Ahearn would advocate term limits you phony!

              Keep screwing with us loser, did Bob Norman help you?
              Should have contacted us.

              We respect Norman, but you seem to be full of it.

              By the way, we can tell your not part of this niche.
              You’ve proclaimed who you are even if you’re to stupid to know it.

              Keep it up.

              FIX YOUR CAP LOCK BUTTON, BLM

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                  If you would like our help, you should try being more diplomatic about it.

                  Have to honestly say, we think Todd Watson is not as out in left field as you are.

                  A lot contact us, a lot are really messed up.

                  Why do you say we are affiliated with Ahearn?

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                  CORRUPT JUDGE CLAUDIA ROBINSON IS SO SMUG IN THE INTERVIEW WITH BOB NORMAN
                  DOES SHE & HER HUSBAND HAVE FINANCIAL PROBLEMS?
                  DOES HER HUSBAND HAVE FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES TO HIS FORMER WIFE & CHILDREN (ALIMONY & CHILD SUPPORT)?

                  CORRUPT JUDGE CLAUDIA ROBINSON & MICHAEL G AHEARN SHOULD SUBMIT OR BE COURT ORDERED TO HAVE A COMPREHENSIVE FINANCIAL AUDIT

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                    MY SOURCES SAY…
                    MICHAEL G AHEARN CHARGES $350.00 PER HOUR PER SIDE IN MEDIATION
                    MICHAEL G AHEARN ALSO ASKS TO BE PAID FOR 4-6 HOURS IN ADVANCE WITH THE PROMISE TO REFUND PAYMENT IF THE MEDIATION TAKES LESS
                    IN THE BOB NORMAN ARTICLE, IT STATES AHEARN CHARGES $250.00 PER HOUR

                    https://www.local10.com/news/local-10-investigates/broward-judge-accused-of-showering-campaign-manager-with-lucrative-appointments

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                      ARE INCOME TAXES BEING PAID FOR
                      “AHEARN DISPUTE RESOLUTION”

                      IT IS NOT A FLORIDA COMPANY OR CORPORATION

                      SOUTH FLORIDA ARBITRATIONS LETTERHEAD REQUESTS PAYMENTS (CHECKS) BE MADE PAYABLE TO “AHEARN DISPUTE RESOLUTION”

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                      If he is asking to be paid by check in the name of an entity, how can the checks endorsed to the entity be deposited in a bank? Must be a DBA. What good is a check that can’t be chased?

                      No wonder Di Pietro looses all the lawsuits you advise him to file and your son Zach is a failed lawyer whose Mommy had to give him a job cleaning paint brushes.

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                      Enclosed please find the Notice for Arbitration indicating the date and time of the arbitration for the above referenced case. Please be advised that the flat fee for the arbitration is $750.00. Each party will be responsible for bringing a check in the amount of $375.00 made payable to: AHEARN DISPUTE RESOLUTION, on the day of the hearing.
                      In the event the arbitration process exceeds three hours, an additional fee of $100.00/hour will be charged for any subsequent time expended.
                      Additionally, please be advised that if the Arbitration is cancelled within one day or less notice of the scheduled arbitration time, the full fee of $750.00 ($375.00 per side) shall be accessed. If the Arbitration is cancelled within seven (7) business days’ notice of the scheduled Arbitration time, a cancellation fee of $300.00 (three-hundred dollars) i.e. $150.00 (one hundred fifty dollars per side) will be assessed.

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                    Florida Division of Corporations
                    Fictitious Name FEI/EIN Number List
                    Fictitious Name Address City State County Status
                    AHEARN DISPUTE RESOLUTION 2850 NORTH ANDREWS AVENUE WILTON MANORS FL MULTIPLE A
                    MICHAEL AHEARN CONSULTING 2850 N. ANDREWS AVE WILTON MANORS, FL MULTIPLE A

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      Brace men like Mike Satz fought in WWII to rid the world of Nazis only to have that noxious flag carried around Charlottesville. Disgraceful.

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    GIVE BROWARD A NEW VOICE
    ONE WE DESERVE
    OUST ALL INCUMBENT BROWARD JUDGES
    END CORRUPTION, INCOMPETENCE AND DRUG ABUSE

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      WHEN IT COMES TO BROWARD JUDGES, THE ANSWER IS SIMPLE. ALL OF THEM NEED TO BE RUN AGAINST WHEN THEY’RE UP FOR RE- ELECTION.
      THEY SHOULD HAVE TO ANSWER TO THE PUBLIC EVERY TIME AND BE MADE TO EARN THE POSITION.
      NEW BLOOD NEEDS TO INFUSE THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM WITH A SENSE OF CONFIDENCE THAT IS SEVERELY LACKING.
      MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD AND SEND A LOUD STRONG MESSAGE TO BROWARD JUDGES THAT RESPONSIBILITY AND COMMITMENT TO JUSTICE IS REQUIRED TO KEEP THE POSITION.
      AS WE HAVE SEEN REPEATEDLY, THIS IN MANY CASES IN BROWARD HAS NOT BEEN THE CASE.
      MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD IN THE ELECTION PROCESS.
      FAMILIARIZE YOUSELF WITH WHAT NEW CANDIDATES FOR JUDGE BRING TO OUR COMMUNITY INSTEAD OF WHAT HAS BEEN A LONG LIST OF JUDICIAL SCANDALS.

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    Tooty Rooty at the helm. It’s all about switching chairs before the chit really hits the fan, keeping them flying under the wire and away from public scrutiny.
    Bet on it…
    It’s a new game.
    No more jelly donuts.

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    THE STATUE THAT STANDS IN THE HALLS OF NAPOLEON BROWARD IN THE BROWARD COUNTY COURTHOUSE SHOULD BE REMOVED.
    IT DENOTES BIGOTRY AND DISCRIMINATION AGAINST AFRICAN AMERICANS.

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        When are all the Malcolm X, born Malcolm Little, monuments and street signs coming down?
        Preached nothing but hate and bigotry.

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            Like the early movies of cowboy and indians used to show them running around in bearskins scalping all the helpless settlers … it depends on who’s serving up the propaganda.

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              Yes, American Indians and any other race or ethnic group that does not advocate bigotry or violence to get their point across.
              Seminoles’ only assert the rights under federal law.

              This 1960’s liberal political attitude needs to stop.

              It caused riots and destruction then, and we’re seeing it starting again.

              Now, just like then, it’s the liberals causing it.
              Sore Losers!

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    Egyptian-born American preacher Ammar Shahin gave the sermon at the Islamic Center of Davis California.

    In a video translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), Shahin also stressed that the Hadith (oral tradition of sayings attributed to the prophet of Islam) does not say where the final battle will take place. “If it is in Palestine,” for example, “or another place,” hinting at the possibility that such a battle could happen in the United States or Europe as well.

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    At issue in this case is whether the trial court had jurisdiction when it resentenced appellant after he knowingly violated a sentencing agreement with the state. Because the court did not have jurisdiction to resentence appellant over 3 years after he was originally sentenced, we reverse.

    Appellant Todd Watson faced charges of possession of oxycodone and driving under the influel).ce in one case, and trafficking in oxycodone in an amount of 28 grams or more but less than 30 kilograms in another case. After entering into a substantial assistance agreement with the state, appellant pled guilty to all counts in both cases. Appellant was not sentenced at the time of the plea.

    After violating the substantial assistance agreement, appellant entered into a “stipulated agreed sentence” with the state. The stipulated sentencing agreement provided that appellant would be sentenced to 6 years in prison in exchange for agreeing to “not file or threaten to file any complaints or litigation regarding any and all law enforcement members, agencies, or the State involved in the arrest and prosecution of his cases,” and to waive all postconviction and appellate rights. If appellant violated the agreement, he would automatically be resentenced to 35 years with a mandatory minimum of 25 years, and a $500,000 fine would be imposed.

    In May 2011, Judge Gillespie approved the agreement and sentenced appellant to 6 years on one case and a concurrent term of 5 years on the other.

    By October 2014, appellant had intentionally, egregiously, and repeatedly violated the agreement. For example, appellant filed multiple postconviction motions over 3 years. In response, the state filed an emergency motion to enforce the agreement’s automatic resentence provision. Finding that appellant violated the agreement, and that he knowingly entered into it, Judge Levenson resentenced him to 30 years with a mandatory minimum of 25 years, and assessed a $500,000 fine.

    Appellant argues that the court did not have jurisdiction to enforce the agreement and increase his sentence. The state asks us to dismiss the case because appellant waived his appellate rights.

    There are set pathways a party can use to invoke the court’s jurisdiction in a criminal case. Such pathways are established by statutes and procedural rules. Once a sentence has been imposed, a circuit court’s jurisdiction can be reinvoked “only under certain circumstances.” Spain v. State, 849 So. 2d 340, 341 (Fla. 2d DCA 2003).

    The Florida Supreme Court has recognized that, without an applicable statute or procedural rule, a court’s jurisdiction in a criminal case cannot be reinvoked after sentencing. In Sanchez v. State, the defendant was adjudicated and sentenced to a 3-year probationary term. 541 So. 2d
    1140, 1141 (Fla. 1989). Two years later, he moved to mitigate the term of probation and to vacate the adjudication. Id. The trial judge granted the early termination of the probation, but refused to vacate the adjudication. Id. The defendant argued on appeal that, “because the trial judge can adjudicate him guilty if he fails to meet the requirements of probation,” he could likewise vacate an adjudication if the defendant complies with probation. Id. at 1142. The court disagreed, explaining that “there is no rule, statute, or decision of this Court authorizing such action beyond the sixty-day limitation” of rule 3.800(c).

    This limitation on a criminal court’s jurisdiction was acknowledged by
    McCoy v. State, 599 So. 2d 645, 649 (Fla. 1992). There, the court observed

    that prior to the creation of rule 3.170(g), “[t]he State’s ability to have a breached plea agreement vacated [wa]s not without its limitations.” Id. at
    649. The supreme court thus found it “more appropriate to establish a definitive procedural rule that would provide the prosecution with a method of addressing a defendant’s noncompliance with the specific terms of a plea agreement.” Id.; see also Amendments to Fla. Rules of Crim. P.
    3.170 & 3.700, 633 So. 2d 1056, 1057-58 (Fla. 1994).

    Here, the state did not travel down any existing procedural pathway to reinvoke the court’s jurisdiction. Indeed, it could not have, because none would apply. Rule 3.800(c) was inapplicable because it was well beyond the 60-day period, and rule 3. 170(g) would not apply because the state was not looking to vacate appellant’s plea. See Spain, 849 So. 2d at 342 (explaining that rule 3.170(g) “contemplates that the defendant’s plea, as well as his sentence, will be vacated”).

    This case is like Spain, where the circuit court increased the defendant’s sentence after he violated a cooperation agreement with the state. Id. at 341. On July 24, 2000, after entering a guilty plea, the Spain defendant was sentenced to 60 months on one count and 15 years on another. Id. at 340-41. On August 3, the defendant entered into a cooperation agreement with the state, which called for the circuit court to vacate the defendant’s original sentence, and provided that he would be resentenced in 90 days. Id. If the defendant failed to comply with the agreement, he would be resentenced to 30 years. Id. On April 30, 2001, after the defendant allegedly violated the agreement, the circuit court sentenced the defendant to 30 years on count one and further imposed the 15-year sentence on count two. Id.

    The second district reversed because “the court had no jurisdiction to increase [the defendant’s] sentence.” Id. While rule 3.800(c) gave the circuit court jurisdiction to vacate the defendant’s 60-month sentence, “it did not give it jurisdiction to increase his sentence some eight months later.” Id. at 342. Additionally, rule 3.170(g) would not have applied because that rule “contemplates that the defendant’s plea, as well as his sentence, will be vacated,” and the cooperation agreement was not a part of the plea agreement. Id. “In short, the circuit court had no jurisdiction to honor or enforce the terms of the cooperation agreement, and the parties were not empowered to grant thatjurisdiction by their contract.” Id.

    Similarly, here, the state asserts that the agreement itself provided the court with jurisdiction to resentence appellant, but in a criminal case such as this one, jurisdiction cannot be created by an agreement of the parties. Snider v. Snider, 686 So. 2d 802, 804 (Fla. 4th DCA 1997); see also

    Ingraham v. State, 122 So. 3d 934, 935 (Fla. 2d DCA 2013). Moreover, neither such jurisdiction, nor the ability to protest its absence, can be waived. See Alvarez v. City of Plantation, 824 So. 2d 339, 340 (Fla. 4th DCA 2002); Waggy v. State, 935 So. 2d 571, 573 (Fla. 1st DCA 2006) (quoting Young v. State, 439 So. 2d 306, 308 (Fla. 5th DCA 1983)).

    The state attempts to analogize the agreement here to a Quarterman agreement. See Quarterman v. State, 527 So. 2d 1380 (Fla. 1988). Through a Quarterman agreement, a court can grant a furlough between the plea hearing and the sentencing hearing, and if the defendant does not appear for sentencing as agreed, :’the trial court can sentence the defendant to any lawful sentence even if it is a sentence in excess of the sentence specified in the negotiated plea agreement.” Neeld v. State, 977
    So. 2d 740, 743 (Fla. 2d DCA 2008). Thus, with a Quarterman agreement, the court retains jurisdiction because the defendant is not sentenced until
    after the furlough.

    Here, unlike a Quarterman agreement, the court lost jurisdiction after it sentenced appellant to 6 years. See Spain, 849 So. 2d at 341 (explaining that the circuit court did not have jurisdiction to increase the sentence once it was imposed). Without an applicable rule of procedure or statute, jurisdiction could not be reinvoked. We therefore reverse and remand for reinstatement of appellant’s 6-year sentence, and order that appellant be discharged because the sentence has been completed.

    Reversed and remanded.

    WARNER and FORST, JJ., concur.

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    Crack Dance
    CRACK’IN SKULL
    Or Bobby as we call him.

    if you’re cruising Broward, watch out for this crack-head. He’s also been know to frequent Pompano, Fort Lauderdale, and Oakland Park.

    We promised him “Crack” to do this dance.

    Poor bastard, fried his brain so bad, he doesn’t even realize he’s “DEAD”, and crack won’t effect him.

    That’s his “hell”, always want’s it, smoke all you want, but nothing, and always wanting more.

    Just like his life.
    Ha Ha Ha

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    Ever get the feeling this entire presidency thing was just a scheme for the Leader to finally be able to drive Jared away from his porcelain daughter?

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    This is just the last gasp of the trash that refuses to compete on a level playing field. Obama was a shock all right but dipshit President Backlash is only going to seal their fate over the next four years of blundering. Call it evolution and look forward to 2020.

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    The “backlash” to an African-American President is to be expected in a country that is rapidly becoming minority majority but the truly scary part is the Republican leaders and judges that should know better who are more than willing to go along to get along.

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      Welcome to Broward where judges will do anything to suck at the public trough as long as they can! Garbage in, garbage out. Vote them all out and watch them cry how they were singled out by the same sleazy political system that democrats have run into the ground by a few corrupt sleazbags!
      Let your voice be heard: Vote out all incumbent Broward judges and send a strong message to these suckers.

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        Judges in Broward resemble cartoon characters, but they are not the least bit funny. I agree. They should all run against. Never seen a bigger bunch of losers. Several had better be looking to find new jobs that don’t include sucking off the public tit by the looks of it.
        It’s a jungle out here and they’re ill equipped to do anything but skate to the finish line last.
        You won’t catch me voting for a single one of them.

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          You’ve got so many of them looking over their shoulders right now, about the only time you see a Broward judge off the bench is when they are on the run with a downright paranoid look on their face.
          Their worst fears will no doubt take place as more people recognize them for what they are, a bunch of slackers, and file against them bringing their little fantasies of riding it out on easy street to an abrupt crash.
          Broward judges are in for quite a surprise. The ride is over.

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    No eclipse in South Florida. Bunch of people closing court early to see skies that never darkened. President Trump protect us from our enemies in white coats and the media.

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      He’s relieving the jail population. It’s got nothing to do with The Fink. Pull your head out.
      Tooty ? Yet to be seen, but anybody is better than Weinstein. He’s done nothing but try to keep Baby Whiney in business and keep own his gut filled. His mirror act has failed miserably because like a consummate bureaucrat, he never had a plan but to protect crooked and alcohol addicted Broward judges so he could garner their votes to stay chief judge.
      Tell it like it is if you’re going to tell it.
      At least the squirmer isn’t in a position to screw things up any worse than they already are anymore. He should get an award for being the biggest do-nothing Chief Judge in the state.
      Weinstein has always been a clown.

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    Interesting that a Republcian Chief Judge has attempted to do more for incarcerated defendants (mostly black) in his first month than the former Chief Judge, who used to attend the Chanukah part at Obama’s White House, did during his 6 years as Chief.

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      Judge Robert Lee is not getting any black votes with that name. Get a good white female candidate who can maintain appeal with black voters and this could be an upset.

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        Lee can kiss it goodbye. He’s had enough of a free ride. Time to kick this tweety to the curb come the vote.
        Never thought he was much of a judge anyway.

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      May be 1000s of you but tens of thousands of blacks and other liberals in Broward….McLawrence should run against Judge Robert E. Lee

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    I don’t know his views but how can anyone assume this fellow shares the same views of some long deceased ancestor? This seems stupid.

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      Great Great grandson? Cousin? Do tell. Is that why he can afford to work for next to nothing? Does he own half of Virginia?

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    Hmmm…Word from surprised attorneys around townis that they are receiving fundraising calls for Weekes from higher-ups at the PD’s office in the last few days.

    Don’t worry some were smart enough to log the time of the calls… nothing a public records request cant square away.

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      Fundraising for Gordo ? None of the PD supervisors have any cases so they’ve got lots of time to fundraise. And Howie runs around telling everybody that he doesn’t run a political office.
      Just more if his hypocrisy from the lit’l man.
      LOL. Think I’ll look into this one.

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      I hear he is going into the Holmes seat. Hispanic Vote knows after Alfreda Cowart, blacks can’t anoint and pass along a seat.

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    Can’t have another Pedro. The last Pedro coughed it up because he couldn’t get over himself and he’s still whining about how the harsh reality of voters robbed him of his free pass card.

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      He’d have better luck at turning out tacos at Taco Bell than he has of pulling the wool over voter’s eyes. Not a chance.
      These suckers once they’ve slopped at the public trough are forever tainted.
      He’ll get trashed.

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        I want my old job back ! It was a real breeze being a judge in Broward. I got a big raise and you don’t have to do much and the perks are great!

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      Stab him in the back? Are you kidding? She could have had the media all over that place with some of what occurred there but she didn’t. Maybe you should get the real story. I hope she runs. If she does I’ll be campaigning for her.

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        I’m sure all the anonymous people posting will really help out a campaign . Someone will beat Satz eventually- but it won’t be someone with a last name like alcalde.

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            I’m not the one “anonymously” saying I will support her. It’s not racist. It’s true. Sorry that facts are facts. She couldn’t beat Satz-but she could take enough support from the rank and file to hurt him and a third person wins it.

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    Stop this Trump and Scott nonsense and get goodness on the bench in Broward. Republican nuts shouldn’t be telling Broward citizens what to do or appointing Judges. What happened in Charlottesville will be happening here too unless Broward wakes up.

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    BROWARD JUDGES ATE AMONGST THE WORST IN THE STATE
    ALL INCUMBENT BROWARD JUDGES SHOULD RECEIVE OPPOSITION
    END THE FREE RIDE THESE POLITICAL PIMPS REPRESENT
    MAKE BROWARD JUDGES ACCOUNTABLE
    REGISTER YOUR VOICE AND MAKE IT HEARD LOUD AND CLEAR
    VOTE AGAINST ALL INCUMBENT BROWARD JUDGES
    END THE LAZY, UNACCOUNTABLE REIN OF THESE POLITICAL JUDICIAL IMPOSTERS
    HOW MANY BROWARD JUDGES HAVE BEEN POPPED FOR DUI AND DRUG RELATED CHARGES ?
    HOW MANY BROWARD JUDGES HAVE HAD TO BE REMOVED FROM CRIMINAL DIVISIONS AND MOVED TO CIVIL DIVISIONS DUE TO BAD BEHAVIOR TO PROTECT THEM BY CHIEF JUDGES WHO DONT CARRY ANY CASES THEMSELVES BUT CONTINUE TO PRESS THE LEGISLATURE FOR MORE JUDGES QUOTING HIGH CASE COUNTS WHEN JUDGES DONT WORK FULL WORK SCHEDULES AND REMAIN UNACCOUNTABLE?
    YOU MAKE THE CHOICE.
    VOTE YOUR CONSCIENCE AND DECIDE IF BUSINESS AS USUAL BY BROWARD JUDGES SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO CONTINUE OR THEY SHOULD BE KICKED TO THE CURB FOR BETTER JUDGES THAT WE PAY FOR.

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      California Imam under fire after asking Allah to ‘annihilate’ Jews in sermon

      Jewish groups have asked Homeland Security and the U.S. Attorney’s office to investigate a California Imam who gave a sermon calling on Allah to “annihilate” Jews “down to the very last one” — and asked for his congregants to take part in the slaughter.

      http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/07/26/california-imam-under-fire-after-asking-allah-to-annihilate-jews-in-sermon.html

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          Mosques, Islam, The Muslim Brotherhood, Nazis and White Supremacists are all SYMBOLS of HATE & VIOLENCE

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    Any new would-be judge would be better than the junk we’ve got now. File against any incumbent judge in broward county and chances are with the prevailing political blowback coming you’d walk away with it. These appointed judges didn’t deserve it and it would be so easy to defeat them at the polls. Broward County is ripe for an avalanche of new judges.
    Rebirth will be easy. Return a semblance of justice to what’s become a mixed bag of political expediency.
    I’m looking forward to election time when I can make a difference, some real change in a county that’s only as corrupt as the judges we allow to sit.

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    Hasn’t Broward County citizens seen enough of drunk and drugged up judges ? Isn’t it time for a change from the status quo ?
    Shouldn’t judges be held as accountable as any other citizen, particularly when taxpayers are footing the bill for their salaries and benefits?
    Why are their work schedules not made public?
    Why do many not work a 40 work week ?
    Why is there no oversight of judges in Broward?
    Why are they not answerable to anyone?
    Make all Broward judges answerable come voting time!
    Being a sitting Judge in Broward is not part of their hefty retirement package until they actually retire. It’s is not a part-time job.
    Why do many judges in Broward get away with very lax work schedules ?
    Many questions remain unanswered with regard to judges sitting in one of the worst judicial circuits in the state.
    How many Broward judges in the last 5 years have been removed from office ?
    Is it not time to drain this Judicial Swamp ?
    Voting incumbent judges out of office will not only save vast amounts of money in the long run but will insure better and more ethical judges as the old intrenched political hacks are deminished and replaced with new judges who aren’t afraid to work.
    Make them answerable. Don’t allow the hide and seek game.
    Vote and make your voice heard !

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        You didn’t hear… some random person from Hallandale filed a Bar Complaint against Ahearn based on the Norman story and the Complaint was dismissed without investigation. Bob Norman was right, no illegal or wrongful conduct.

        Good job to whomever got the old lady in Hallandale to file the complaint. Time to celebrate with a cupcake with Sprinkles.

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          I heard that after fixing a couple issues and providing more evidence, and after the complaint was resubmitted, they are going to grievance committee. Celebrated too soon??

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            I KNOW SOMEBODY WHO WILL GLADLY PAY FOR AN AUDIT AT NO EXPENSE TO THE FLORIDA BAR

            CORRUPT JUDGE CLAUDIA ROBINSON IS SO SMUG IN THE INTERVIEW WITH BOB NORMAN
            DOES SHE & HER HUSBAND HAVE FINANCIAL PROBLEMS?
            DOES HER HUSBAND HAVE FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES TO HIS FORMER WIFE & CHILDREN (ALIMONY & CHILD SUPPORT)?

            CORRUPT JUDGE CLAUDIA ROBINSON & MICHAEL G AHEARN SHOULD SUBMIT OR BE COURT ORDERED TO HAVE A COMPREHENSIVE FINANCIAL AUDIT

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              SOUTH FLORIDA CORRUPTION…
              YOU SHOULD SUPPORT AUDITS
              OF BOTH MICHAEL G AHEARN
              AND CORRUPT JUDGE CLAUDIA ROBINSON
              IF YOUR CLAIM OF NOT BEING
              MICHAEL G AHEARN

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    Just another Broward Judge who can’t tell by the numbers ! Lol
    A political hack gets what …

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    This is not a new practice. ATURD worked to get S. Ross elected. He’d been getting court appointments from Boss Hog Ross for years.
    It’s always been a practice of you scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours in Broward Judicial Politics with grunts like ATURD slopping up crumbs for appointment cases.
    Boss Hog oiled the machine with like grunts for years and nothing was ever done about it because it’s business as usual in Broward as long as it’s somebody else’s money that’s paying the grunts.

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    This “dreamer” thing is nothing but a night mare. Does the words ILLEGAL or UNDOCUMENTED not mean you have broken the laws of this country? If, as a parent you came to this country, stayed for year’s and did nothing to become a legal citizen so your ass and that of your children could stay here then stop putting the blame on our government and President Trump. For once take some responsibility and look your children in the face and admit you didn’t take the steps to see that your family was taken care of. You lived here for year’s yet protecting your family was not all that important?

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