THURSDAY NOTES

DECORUM! – Email sent this morning from Jack Tuter to stakeholders, followed by a screen shot we took of the chief judge from a recent Zoom meeting displaying appropriate dress …

BROADSIDE! – last night’s Bless Broward State Attorney Forum got heated at one point, with the ever outspoken Teresa Fanning Williams lashing out at the SAO’s ethics in response to a comment by Gregg Rossman. No names here, as Teresa used the strongest language possible, stating ” … one of the head supervisors … has got the worst ethics I have ever seen. He is the personification of prosecutorial misconduct … .” Unfortunately, the remark drew a swift shutdown of the dialogue, since a response was in the works and an interesting conversation could have ensued. Fanning Williams was reportedly also very candid at the recent Sun Sentinel endorsement interviews in regards to her fellow candidates. In any event, with everyone else thus far this campaign season on their best political behavior, people are wondering whether anyone besides Teresa or Joe Kimok will be breaking a lot of eggs if elected, or whether others are simply playing it safe for the win before announcing a thorough overhaul …

MORE CANDIDATE FUN – a previously taped judicial candidate forum premieres tonight at 5:30 PM via BCBA Facebook …

ARTAU UPEd Artau joins the 4th DCA, creating a vacancy on the Palm Beach circuit court …

12 thoughts on “THURSDAY NOTES”

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      “HOW’S THIS FOR DECORUM JACK”

      BROWARD JUDGES ARE A BREED ALL THEIR OWN
      ONE YOU DON’T WANT TO BE RELATED TO

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    IVE GOT YOUR BACK JT
    APPROPRIATE DRESS HAS ALWAYS BEEN A PRIORITY WITH MY TEAM IN THE CLERK’S OFFICE
    AFTER ALL – ALL OF BROWARD IS WATCHING

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    Jack Tuter should be more concerned with the myriad of substantive problems facing Broward’s Judiciary, for the list is as long as (his list) of lame excuses for the behavior of errant Broward judges.
    His leadership has contributed to more judges having been disciplined, suspended or removed from office than any other circuit in Florida.
    As Chief Judge, the buck stops with him. His so called leadership is severely lacking in so many respects it boggles the mind. Incompetence is the word that comes to mind. And still he remains clueless or lacks the prerequisite ability to solve problems.

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