24 thoughts on “JAABLOG MOVIE NIGHT”

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      I tight help if they hire certified officers instead of the retardos that call themselves bailiffs on a second suck at taxpayer expense on what they think is vacation in sunny south Florida from NY.
      I’ve never seen a worse bunch of loudmouths who are totally incompetent at everything except trashing the place with everything from the baseball caps they’re hocking to their backpacks filled with magazines and snacks. Deplorable group of losers. Broward courts are a bad joke.

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      What do you expect when people with just a few years experience are now in homicide because so many experienced attorneys have left the SAO

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      Was his movie testimony taken verbatim from actual transcripts like they alluded to at beginning of the film? If so, he’s a disgrace.

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Satz

    Thou protest too much Mikey.

    Half of your entire Wikipedia profile dedicated to Sunny?

    “In a recent radio interview, Sonia “Sunny” Jacobs who claims she was wrongly convicted of taking part in the 1976 killings of two police officers has accused Michael Satz, who was the prosecutor at her trial as deliberately covering up evidence which would have exonerated her. Jacobs stated that though it was clear she and her partner Jesse Tafero were innocent of the charges, in order to facilitate his career advancement Satz bullied and threatened a female prisoner into falsifying evidence against Sunny as well as deliberately suppressing other evidence that would have showed that Tafero and Jacobs were innocent.

    Although “Sunny” Jacobs claims that she was wrongly convicted, the facts establish otherwise. Michael Satz prosecuted Sonia Jacobs Linder (Jacobs) and Jesse Tafero (Tafero) for the killings of two law enforcement officers, as well as the crime of kidnapping, in Broward County, Florida. Sonia Jacobs Linder was sentenced to death for the homicides and life for the kidnapping of Leonard Levinson.

    In the litigation that followed Jacobs’ 1976 convictions, the Supreme Court of Florida affirmed Jacobs’ convictions, but commuted her sentences of death to life in prison. Jacobs v. State, 396 So. 2d 713 (Fla. 1981). Fourteen (14) judges, both State and Federal denied Jacobs relief. However, in 1992 the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals reversed Jacobs’ convictions for first degree murder and kidnapping. In reversing Jacobs’ conviction, the Eleventh Circuit ruled that many of Jacobs’ incriminating statements should have been suppressed and would not be admissible against her at a retrial. The Eleventh Circuit’s decision was not based upon the sufficiency of the evidence against Jacobs. Rather, the Eleventh Circuit found that, 1) a discovery violation had occurred when the State failed to disclose a witness’s polygraph summary, even though the witness passed the polygraph and 2) the trial court improperly admitted Jacobs’ statements in violation of the Fifth Amendment. Jacobs v. Singletary, 952 F. 2d 1282 (11th Cir. 1992). The ruling by the Eleventh Circuit which suppressed many of Jacobs’ incriminating statements, along with the fact that it was extremely difficult to put a case back together for a retrial after sixteen (16) years had passed, were the reasons that Jacobs was not retried. In October 1992 Sonia Jacobs pleaded guilty to two (2) counts of second degree murder and one count of kidnapping, and waived her rights to appeal in exchange for a sentence of time served, which at that point amounted to sixteen (16) years and two hundred, thirty-three (233) days incarceration.

    As part of her plea agreement, Sonia Jacobs agreed, in court, that certain facts could be proved by the State if she were to be tried again by the State. The facts to which Jacobs agreed as a factual basis for her plea make clear her level of participation in the crimes. Those facts are detailed in the transcript of her change of plea dated October 9, 1992 at pages seventeen (17) to thirty-three (33). No court ever exonerated Sonia Jacobs.”

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      No. That recitation of the facts is incorrect… And Jacobs only agreed to the plea because she was promised immediate release so that she could reunite with her children. I don’t know many people who would continue to fight under such circumstances.

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    People despise Satz
    He’s a relic of the Jim Crow days. That’s why people celebrate all the not guilty verdicts! Especially the homicide not guilty verdicts!

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    Can someone explain to me how the Sonny Jacobs case became public, there are plays and movies about it, but no one ran against Mike Satz in the mid 90’s when the case was overturned. The criminal defense bar in this county is a joke.

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