JAIL VISITS & WEEKEND SENTENCES

*UPDATE* 12:45 PM – BSO states a limited number of video conference calls will be made available to attorneys for non-recorded, secure jail visits, lasting for the duration of the state of emergency. The logistics should be ironed out by Wednesday at the latest, as specific procedures need to be worked out with Securus, the vendor providing the service to BSO. Don’t be alarmed by the word “limited,” as availability should be plentiful. The other good news is attorneys will be able to videoconference with incarcerated clients from cell phones or any other device of their choosing, so it may not be necessary to cancel tee times and trudge to Pompano in the coming days. We’ll post procedures as they become available.

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We’ve reached out to the powers that be over at BSO to see about video attorney/client visits. They’re looking to see if the current video equipment used for non-attorney visitation has the capability to be deployed without recording some or all of the visit. We’ll update as soon as the information is available, and proper procedures if it’s a go.

We’re also told Jack Tuter has suspended weekend warrior sentences during the local state of emergency. We’ll link as soon as that Administrative Order posts to the 17th Circuit website.

Well done!

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31 thoughts on “JAIL VISITS & WEEKEND SENTENCES”

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      Brave man.
      I’m not setting foot in there even if patient x in handcuffs hasn’t materialized yet.
      Thanks for the info.
      Why so long Weds?
      Doesn’t seem complicated.

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    Hey JAAB, is the April 13th hearing for judge Hawkins now postponed, or is it still on at this point.

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    Im sure they’re concerned with covid 19 important things rather then some suspended Judges joke trial but Id like to know too.

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      Hawkins was another Ilona freak show in the making until she was popped. After her trial maybe she can costar with Ilona’s “On the Road Again” on weekends over at the Sunrise Flea Market. They’ll pay her something I’d wager.
      Either that or she can work the fruit and vegetable stand for tips after this cluster puck is all over.
      Just don’t let her anywhere near the bench ever again.

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          He’s rehursing the gig with Ana. They both probably have some novel defenses they’ve come up with. A combination of some old and new tricks.

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    You fellas are ok but if you see anyone trying to get in the Courthouse wearing a kimono be sure to send up a smoke signal

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    was in contact with several Parkland students who al said they ae planning a march in Tally and DC to lobby for stricter COVID 19 laws to prevent any more infections.

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    BROWARD JUDGES ARE A BREED ALL THEIR OWN
    WHAT’S TWO WEEKES FOR THESE SLACKERS
    WHEN THEY ONLY WORK A COUPLE OF DAYS A WEEK
    AND TAKE 3 HOUR LUNCHES BEFORE HEADING HOME

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    BEING A BROWARD JUDGE WAS ALWAYS THE HEIGHT MY AMBITION
    WHERE IS ILONA WHEN SHES NEEDED AS A CHARACTER WITNESS
    MY AZZ IS ON THE LINE

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    Holness should put someone up for Tuter’s seat. He could be beat easy and send the message New Broward is done with tolerating the old ways.

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