EMERGENCY DOCKETS SHOULD START THURSDAY/TUESDAY UPDATE/PB PARTIAL CLOSURES

We’ve personally had a couple knock-down drag-outs in First Appearances on Sunday in felony and today in juvenile, where judges overruled the SAO’s “business-as-usual” approach to keep nonviolent offenders locked up, and to hell with the pandemic. In both cases, ASA’s told us they had no directive from their bosses at the SAO to change course from the Office’s standard approach to magistrates.

Accordingly, the following PRR’s were sent to the SAO after court this afternoon:

THE SAO RESPONSE:


THE FOLLOWING PRR WAS SENT TO BSO; RESPONSE WILL POST WHEN RECEIVED:

AND THIS FROM THE 15TH CIRCUIT:

VOTE HERE FOR BOARD OF GOVERNORS UNTIL MARCH 23RD

10 thoughts on “EMERGENCY DOCKETS SHOULD START THURSDAY/TUESDAY UPDATE/PB PARTIAL CLOSURES”

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    SAO, when will value of personal gain outweigh the cost of doing what’s right. Apparently even a pandemic won’t outweigh doing right?

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      There will be no Gulkin for Bill until he’s 90 and no longer a threat to the clowns at BACDL.
      There should be one for Dutko though.
      He’s a great trial lawyer that was unfortunately overshadowed by Dave’s histrionics for many years.
      He’s honest and smart.
      He’s one of the few that could put Bill in his place, and has.
      He walked away from Dave on principle.
      That couldn’t have been easy.
      A bunch of dickhead cops taught him 40 years back that loyalty is blind, but he still did all he could to steer the firm away from Lady Disaster.
      He should get the award for that alone.
      If it still means anything, and if the Bozo Brigade isn’t still afraid of Dave, Gulkin for Dutko.

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    Also do not bother asking for any GPS monitor in lieu of / combination with lower bond, because BSO Pretrial Services has run out of GPS monitors. A large number of defendants sitting in Broward jails right now waiting for GPS monitors to eventually get fitted on them when that “magical” shipment of them arrives someday.

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    The State is saying those that don’t pose a public safety threat can be released.

    But Judge, she smoked marijuana.
    She spit on the sidewalk.
    She stole a bag of donuts.
    She’s on probation for stealing a bag of donuts and she stole some coffee.
    BLAHHHHHHHHHH……..

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