92 thoughts on “senior toxicologist nadra nash-montgomery”

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    Why weren’t we getting Brady notices when she was being demoted? I think it said that she was demoted back to Tox I on 3 occasions for mistakes. Did it really take them 11 years to learn that she lacked the knowledge to do the job? Jesus.

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      All I know is if Weekes wants the office with him he’d better announce a new slate of Chief’s. The ones now are mostly lazy and not very good lawyers.

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      What a childish, petty thing to do by Al ‘bossman’ Schreiber!

      Seriously. What better way to tarnish one’s name than to start acting like a stupid pussy.

      Ok, Al ….when did YOU ever get off that fat ass and try a case?

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      Schreiber is right. Who want’s Howie’s Pimp Gordon Weekes who has little to no experience in a courtroom when Lynch can offer so much more without all the BS. Gordon Weekes has done nothing but kiss Howard’s butt. We need a trial veteran for Public Defender, not another pretender.

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        So we’ve got Al Schreiber and Tom Lynch ganging up on Gordon Weekes – claiming that he doesn’t go to trial enough?!

        Not only did Al Schreiber never step foot in a courtroom while he was PD, but Tom Lynch hasn’t defended anybody in a jury trial since the 1980s!

        Yeah, right Lynch : a “trial veteran”?!

        Here’s something to ponder: Lynch wants to come out of retirement to represent Indigent people at taxpayer expense. Okay, how come he hasn’t put his name on the Registry list to represent Indigent people then?

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    Dear Friends and Colleagues

    As the 2020 races begin heating up, we are called upon to support the various candidates up for election or re-election. In particular, I proudly support Brenda Forman in her re-election bid for Broward County Clerk of Court. In her time as the clerk for Broward County, she has served the office, staff, judiciary, members of the bar and the general public well.

    Please join me tomorrow, February 6th, at the offices of Gray Robinson from 5:30 pm to 7:30 to say hello and show your support for Brenda Forman. Food and drinks will be provided. Contributions to the re-election campaign are greatly appreciated whether in person at the event, by mail to the address on the attached flyer or I would gladly accept checks on her behalf to take to the event.

    Thank you and we look forward to seeing you tomorrow.

    Sincerely,
    Ken Hassett

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      Only if Old Brenda Baby is serving up frozen fried fish on a stick and tater tots with retard sauce! You can count me in Ken ! I’ll bring the Tums. Retard.

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    Free food?
    Understandably a good idea, but
    Can’t you see what an idiot she is?
    Ken, you aren’t an idiot, too?!

    Yes, I’ll vote for Paul Backman
    Our clerk office is messed up
    Up,, way messed up!

    Ken, please reconsider
    Even you must know
    Now is the time for No Foremen!

    (The 1st letters of each sentence spell out a special message for Mr. Hassett!)

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      Hassett is a has been already ! Lol. Trying to politically align yourself with a idiot like Brenda Forman will have only one predictable outcome for both of them.
      Better look for another way to earn your keep, Kenny. You’ve screwed up on this one. Amateur.

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        Or perhaps he’s just another bonehead dummy who’s looking to get in on the judge action by kissing the wrong asses. There’s plenty of them looking to sit on the bench in Broward and greasy enough to think they’re making points by catering to people like Forman.
        Ditch the green tie for starters. You’re not a leprechaun stupid.

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    Do a full inquiry on broward county case#: 18002120MM20A.

    I see that this case was never disposed despite the fact that the defendant never waived speedy trial which expired on February 13th, 2019 ( 90 days after he was placed in custody via summons on November 15th, 2018) and the defendant filed a notice of expiration on March 7th, 2019. This is Now 02/06/2020… How is this case still active? Even if a valid trial had occurred….

    What about the mandate for mistrials provided in Fla.Crim.R.P 3.191 (m)?

    See…(m) Effect of Mistrial: A person who is to be tried again shall be brought to trial within 90 days from the date of declaration of a mistrial by the trial court. If a defendant is not brought to trial within the prescribed time periods, the defendant shall be entitled to the appropriate remedy as set forth in subdivision (p).

    Also I thought that pursuant to Fla.Crim.R.P 3.191 (n) states that if a conviction or withheld adjudication has not been obtained during this period that the defendant is entitled to discharge.

    I also see that the defendant asked for a standby attorney prior to his trial at and on January 31st, 2019 (based on the record) and the judge denied the defendants request for standby attorney… only to later cause a mistrial by the defendant requesting during the trial for an attorney…

    … Isnt that bad faith conduct by Judge Diaz for “goading” a defendant into a mistrial by his own bad faith conduct?

    a judge should use caution in denying standby counsel, because a defendant may waive the right to self-representation if the defendant later abandons his or her initial request to proceed pro se. Brown v. Wainwright, 665 F.2d 607, 611 (5th Cir. 1982) (en banc). The trial judge is not required to allow a nonlawyer to assist a pro se defendant in lieu of a licensed attorney. See Bauer v. State, 610 So. 2d 1326 (Fla. 2d DCA 1992).

    Part of the job of standby counsel is to be ready to take over the defense of the case if the defendant withdraws a request to proceed pro se, or if the court terminates the defendant’s right to proceed pro se.

    Prepare as if you are going to take over the defense? – See United States v. Hagen, 468 F. App’ 373, 388-890 (4th Cir. 2012) (appointing as standby counsel attorney who had been representing defendant and ordering counsel “to continue preparing for trial as if he were trying the case” and to “assist defendant if and when and to the extent called upon by defendant”). r

    Based on that theory double jeopardy attaches to that mistrial.

    The Double Jeopardy Clause BARS RETRIALS in which there is bad faith conduct by the Judge or Prosecutor.

    See United States v. Jorn, supra, at 485 ( 91 S. ct., at 557) also See United States v. Dinitz, 424 U. S., at 611, 96 S.ct., at 1081.See Oregon v. Kennedy, 456 U.S. 667 (1982)

    Also if he had a mistrial isn’t he entitled to a trial in 90 days pursuant to Fla.Crim.R.P 3.191 (m)

    Again due to bad faith conduct by the judge because whatever lawyer that got appointed to the case following a mistrial will only have 90 days to get acquainted with an extremely detailed case and clean up or fix anything a NON lawyer (such as a pro se defendant) may commonly mess up on. All of that could have been avoided originally when the defendant requested standby counsel at his arraignment on January 10th, 2019 and the record also reflects on January 31st, 2019.

    The judge could have foreseen this highly probable issue approaching but still denied the defendants request in “BAD FAITH”

    I got this from the defendants Motion to Discharge he filed on February 3rd, 2020:

    On January 31st, 2019 the record (Motion to Dismiss Hearing) reflects that the defendant previously requested a “Standby” Attorney.

    See transcripts Page 14 line 19-24. Judge Diaz on his OWN FAITH stated: “No, I don’t think that’s fair to the attorney.” … On Page 15 “line 1- 3” Judge Diaz further explains why stating verbatim: “Because they have a license. They have to protect and they can’t really represent you if they’re on standby.”

    I think this case is a very good case to review the blatant disregard for any laws, rules, statutes, etc by the judge…. Was it intentional to deceive the “pro se defendant” that is not how the law works? Deception is prohibited by the florida bar and is unethical.

    This case is very exhausting and confusing so it takes a lot of analytical skills just to catch the flaws… this case is just lingering on out of malice not justice. This is corruption.This defendant really doesn’t have a fair chance of getting his due process.

    Debatable?

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        The accused must be accorded due process. If lawful process may be abrogated in placing a
        citizen in jeopardy, then any means may be utilized to deprive a man of his freedom, and all
        dissent may be stifled by utilization of defective process.

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      Get in line–this crap goes back decades of cases that will never get review as long as Satz lives–he’s be facing decodes in prison himself along with all of his included current and past ASA’s, especially those who he got into judicial positions to continue this criminal organization by lettering newer ASA’s execute his progromme and even judges like Gardiner who were promised 4th DCA slop if they went along under the continuing guidance of slop like Raft and Cuddihy covering their backs from across the office by selling out her clients.

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      I’m ready!

      Vote RICHARD BRIAN KAPLAN – the “hungry dog” – ensuring liberty and name-game unqualified candidates for all!

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        Laugh. But “Kaplan” could beat “Tuter.”

        Also. If Tuter runs a campaign like he does a court system, then he’s done.

        Also. He’s never had an opponent before.

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    Judge Krista Marx is typical human trash.

    There were really just two people willing to risk their careers to go after Epstein: Palm Beach Police Chief Michael Reiter and Detective Joseph Recarey.

    Judge Krista Marx is corrupt, and help spread the glee in Broward.

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    I’d be embarrassed to have my name appear on Brenda Forman’s campaign contribution list. With all the shanks this chick has pulled over the years, only an idiot would support her for Clerk of Courts. The office is a bad joke even for Broward.

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      It would please me to see both Forman and Diaz voted out. It is my opinion these two are a drag on the 17th moving forward.

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        Diaz’ wife works for the Clerk’s Office. Case closed ! Lol
        You gotta oil those palms to keep on the dole. Especially here in Broward ! Although I hear Brenda isn’t doing too well raising any dough. Let’s hope Broward cleans house in 2020.
        Broward deserves better !

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    These Judgies will keep him CJ like forever. He covers them better than Ross. Its up to a lawyer to beat him bad at the polls. That’s how to fix 17.

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    Hey there Jack
    Booger Boy is back
    I had a small vaca
    And now I’m here to stay

    I want to shout it out
    As I dig in my snout
    I like to pick my nose
    And in between my toes

    And with added measure
    It gives me great pleasure
    To wipe it on my tie
    I am that type of guy

    Let me make it clear
    For all of you to hear
    If you see me coming
    You better go a running

    Because if you come near
    I won’t shed a tear
    When I wipe snot on you
    I’m the booger buckaroo

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      DO YOU EVER FEEL LIKE YOURE IN OVER YOUR HEAD

      I DIDNT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THE ONES FOUND IN THE BOTTOM OF THE POOL EITHER

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    We’d give back every trophy and plaque they ever gave us if these events were held at Capital Grille instead of Signature Grand

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      Capital Grille? Isn’t that the expensive restaurant all the ASA’s love to dine at with a certain defense attorney?

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      Can anyone think of any other field where they shower people with awards for simply doing their job?

      What’s the deal with all the trophies for Judges?

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        I think the awards, the pomp and circumstance, are to keep them from quitting due to the low pay. Flattery.

        The dinners and the events also reinforce the hierarchy of power for those easily impressed and intimidated, or wishing to join the club.

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      Politicians are a funny breed. Imagine having to wear that campaign placard in public. Having to ask people for money and votes to stay employed. They really are public servants. It must be humiliating. Plus the pay is pathetic.

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        Indirect and Covert Quid Pro Quo’s is what 95% are after.
        Under-Handed Deals’ Deal’s Deal’s.
        Creatures Lurk Broward.
        The good news is, an informed public threatens those in power.

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        The politician’s or judicial pay is good for the average Tom, Dick or Harry with a high school diploma. It’s not good for a professional with advanced degrees. But for the average Joe Blow from a low tier law school its worth the campaigning to make almost the same money as a First Year lawyer does at a law firm from a good school plus the nice pension. A great lawyer can go to any school and make more than any Yalie any day. But that requires natural talent and drive. There are plenty of successful lawyers from St Thomas, Nova, Florida Coastal. But for Joe Blow lawyer of average natural gifts it won’t usually happen out of those schools so the government dosh seems like big time money and well worth the campaigning. There are also some lawyers that are successful and then become politicians or judicial officers for a pay cut. That is the epitome of a public servant. Campaigning to them doesn’t mean much because they won’t go bankrupt if they lose. They can also go back to law and make more money. Unfortunately how many are like this? Unfortunately most are in it for a big pay raise and pension. Sadly so.

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    BEING ON THE PUBLIC DIME AINT ALL THAT BAD
    THE WORKING HOURS ARE REALLY SHORT AND THE PERKS ARE GREAT – YOU DON’T HAVE TO PICK UP A LUNCH TAB AS A BROWARD JUDGE AND DEPENDING ON THE CHIEF JUDGE YOUR AZZ IS COVERED FOR ANYTHING BUT THE WORST OF ATROCITIES – YOU JUST GET TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER DIVISION
    AND THE NEWBY LAW BIMBOS ALWAYS THINK THEY’RE SPECIAL WHEN YOU WANT TO HANG OUT BECAUSE NOBODY ELSE WANTS TO
    BEING A BROWARD JUDGE IS JUST WHERE I WANT TO BE
    MY ENCHILADAS KEEP GETTIN BETTER AND BETTER

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