Conjuring Justice

Proof that One Person Can Make a Difference

Last week Commissioner Doug Underhill was cleared in his ethics complaint by the Florida Ethics Commission. They did not find anything unethical in a representative of a county, a public servant, asking for hand outs from his constituency for a defamation suit, resulting from talking smack about a political opponent.  In the most bizarre stretch …

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There were 2 articles in the news today that caught my attention. The first was : Governor Rick Scott calls for FBI Director Christopher Wray to resign Highlights from this article: “The FBI’s failure to take action against this killer is unacceptable,” Scott, a Republican loyal to Donald Trump, said in a statement. “The FBI has admitted …

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Not everybody dines with a judge and a pedophile at one table.

  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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