Conjuring Justice

Proof that One Person Can Make a Difference

  I was looking over a case Masters vs Gilmore, et.al.  It’s a case of a prosecutor’s misconduct. The beginning of the lawsuit cites the ethical canons of the office of prosecutor. I thought they would be interesting food for thought.  Canon 5 of the American Bar Association (“ABA”) Canons of Professional Ethics adopted in …

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A Million Years from Now A million years from now, what  will you see? the good times the bad times the tough times all from memory. A million years from now, what will I see? the good times the bad times the tough times and how you stood here for me. L. Patrick Gonzalez Jr. …

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As I’ve said before, this blog is about getting “Justice” for those that didn’t get it. In Pensacola, Florida, it appears that this is an impossibility for some. If you are not well liked in Pensacola, and you are not in the political clique, then you get accused, convicted and sentenced without a shred of …

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