80 thoughts on “TRIAL STATS”

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      Keep up the good work, Bill ! You’ve done more to bring to light the egregious excesses of judicial corruption in Broward than anyone else. As a matter of fact, you’re the only person responsible for exposing them for what they really are.
      Your work is appreciated by all who seek truth, fairness and justice.
      Finkelstein may have talked a really limp game as a petty politician and public defender, but you are the one recognized for doing the hard work in helping to clean up the corruption at a grassroot level and you continue to shine the light where the corrupt would prefer to keep it dark.
      Kudos to you and your energy and righteous efforts !

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    Its 12 months in a year so and trial averages 3 days its only 4 weeks out the month…. Jury starts on Mondays…. yea its very easy to see why demanding speedy trials always scares the judges. Everybody won’t make it. Would you swap a case out?

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      BACDL should be cooking up a Speedy Trial bombardment for the reopening. A coordinated member drive to make the SAO put up or shut up.

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      BFD–they would suspend the law and the rule of Law–they and the 4th routinely did this long before the shutdowns.

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    ALL BROWARD JUDGES SKATE FOR ALL ITS WORTH
    TOOTY’S BIGTOP IN BROWARD IS THE BIGGEST JOKE IN THE STATE
    NO JUDICIAL OVERSIGHT SPELLS A LAZY JUDICIARY WITH LITTLE TO NO RESPONSIBILITY ATTACHED OR WORK ETHIC
    THE TRIAL STATS TELL THE STORY IN BLACK AND WHITE
    ITS AN EMBARRASSMENT

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    I wonder why some of them dodge trials? Sitting back and calling balls and strikes at $77.00 an hour (160 grand annual @ 40 hours a week) is a nice way to spend the afternoon.

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            Reversals come from bad rulings–and that is only when the scummy 4th actually does its job instead of letting errant judges skate at the expense of their duty and fiduciary responsibility.

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        Spending thirty days a year in trial looks to be a major accomplishment in the 17th. Is this information from Dade available for comparison?

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      Bill looks like this post ruffled some judges feathers. LoL you know they don’t read the blog just like Admin at the SAO doesn’t. BS!!

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      Jealous jealous of Gelin. He’s making More money and has more clients than any defense attorney in town and you guys are just jealous. He’s laughing all the way to the bank! He has done more to show the corruption in this courthouse more than anyone of you who sit back and let it happen.

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        Hey, remember us? We publish both the bond court and afternoon IC docket hearings on our YouTube channel.

        We can tell you that Mr. Gelin is in one of those two hearing nearly every day.
        In our opinion he fights very hard for his clients and does not allow prosecutors to bully him and is not afraid of a fight.

        Even then he seems to be able to manage it tactfully.

        Don’t even say we are sucking up or anything, we’ve criticized him in the past for censoring us over the Contini fiasco. The facts are what they are and the videos on our channel show it.

        “DISCLAIMER”!

        The use of the word “fight” is in no way intended to encourage any type of INSURRECTION over any matter past, present, or future at any place or jurisdiction anywhere on planet Earth, including governments not considered legitimate.

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        There are actually quite a few of IC hearings she has presided over the past year on our channel.

        We are on the top pages of Google so just Google here name and since Google owns YouTube, more than likely you ‘ll find them easily.

        She usually starts off with a bit of an attitude but usually chills pretty quick and even becomes quite likable.

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    What’s just as fun is to run the trial stats of the PDs and SAO supervisors. For a better understanding go to the Supreme Ct Stats to compare the 17th with the other Districts.

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      Had it all wrapped up. That old hag was gonna bankroll my retirement…
      You can’t live too well on a Judge’s pension. Then again, you don’t have to do much if you’re a judge in Broward either. Its one of the perks.

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      LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE – YOU COULD ALWAYS GO BACK TO DRIVING CABS AGAIN LARRY

      YOU GOT MY CHEST EXRAYS AS A CONSOLATION PRIZE THOUGH

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    Since they can’t see the expression on my face the jurors are instructed that Beyond A Reasonable Doubt is just about this amount of bullshit

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    If Gundersen or Tuter are looking for me tell them to wrap an Ace bandage and a shield around their masked faces before I’ll even consider answering their questions over the phone

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    Pryor is telling people to be kind😂😂😂😂
    He should look in the mirror. It’s so funny. You guys were so had

  8. 4th DCA hands out orders Inconsistent with the law, even their own authorities. This is actually HILARIOUS... This is so blatant they dont even try to disguise it anymore. says:

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    So let me get this straight…. If the lower tribunal is impeding on a defendant’s Constitutional and Fundamental rights by violating his Double Jeopardy Rights, he has to become convicted before his rights are invoked and protected?
    I was waiting to see the result of this case… Haha. I’m actually shocked of this result based on:
    *Webster v. State, 968 So. 2d 125 – Fla: Dist. Court of Appeals, 4th Dist. 2007, and
    *Jackson v. State, 855 So. 2d 178 – Fla: Dist. Court of Appeals, 4th Dist. 2003…

    This is hilarious.

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      Lol. Wow. This guy is probably guilty, he has been stirring up stuff in the courts for a while now. He put a restraining order on Diaz. They are trying to serve him vengeance at this point it is clear. The whole case is interesting and suspicious. One thing i can say is this guy seems really determined to wiggle.

  9. 4th DCA hands out orders Inconsistent with the law, even their OWN cited authorities. This is actually HILARIOUS... This is so blatant they dont even try to disguise it anymore. See Attachment... MUST SEE says:

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    So let me get this straight…. If the lower tribunal is impeding on a defendant’s Constitutional and Fundamental rights by violating his Double Jeopardy Rights, he has to become convicted before his rights are invoked and protected?
    I was waiting to see the result of this case… Haha. I’m actually shocked of this result based on:
    *Webster v. State, 968 So. 2d 125 – Fla: Dist. Court of Appeals, 4th Dist. 2007, and
    *Jackson v. State, 855 So. 2d 178 – Fla: Dist. Court of Appeals, 4th Dist. 2003…

    This is hilarious…. To Be Continued.

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