Conjuring Justice

Proof that One Person Can Make a Difference

I wasn’t going to dignify this video with a response but I reconsidered. It is important to speak out when it is necessary and this video reverberates the lack of respect this man has for his constituents. This was an overblown social media story that was essentially a misunderstanding but instead of correcting the misperception, …

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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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