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There Is a big problem in South Florida with Public Corruption. In just the last couple of years since we started this web site, several Public Officials, Mayors, Lawyers, Police Officers, and yes, even Judges, have gotten themselves into some serious trouble with both the local and federal authorities.


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Corruption is the abuse of power by a public official for private gain or any organized, interdependent system in which part of the system is either not performing duties it was originally intended to, or performing them in an improper way, to the detriment of the system's original purpose.


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>>>>CURRENT NEWS-----CURRENT NEWS----------------------Here we are halfway through the year and here we go again, another Broward County judge in trouble. Earlier this afternoon the Florida Judicial Qualifications Commission (JQC), filed “Formal Charges” against Broward county judge Gina Hawkins. What did the judge do? According to the JQC the judge choked a courthouse employee that failed to have her afternoon schedule ready on time. Probable cause exists as to the following formal charges: “1. On June 11, 2019, at approximately 10:30 A.M., you instigated a physical confrontation with a court employee. You sought out the confrontation by interrupting the employee’s work in another courtroom and summoning him into a secure hallway. As he walked through the door, you placed your hands around the neck of the employee and shook him. Your actions were captured on a courthouse security camera.” 2. The genesis of the conflict with the employee appears to have been your displeasure with the fact that he did not have your 2:00 P.M. afternoon docket available for you that morning. That’s right, the judge seems to have choked a courthouse employee, a simple touch strike battery under Florida law, Florida Statute 784.03, and to make it worse, she is trying to deny it even though a video record of the event exists. It does not usually turn out well for judges that challenge the JQC. In fact, this seems to only be step one. The JQC wants the Florida Supreme Court to suspend the judge immediately without pay and says she is unfit to serve on the bench.” two-thirds of the members concurring, that the Commission should recommend Judge Hawkins be immediately suspended without compensation, from the position of Circuit Judge for the 17th Judicial Circuit, pending final disposition of this matter. And-Your actions constitute inappropriate conduct that violate Canons 1, 2A, and 3B(4) of the Florida Code of Judicial Conduct, and demonstrate a present unfitness to serve. Unfitness to Serve That is some pretty serious language, and it’s meant to be. It is quite clear the JQC wants this judge off the bench permanently. If any of us as employers, or even just common citizens, put our hands on someone in that way, we would probably be sitting in jail. In the judge’s defense, (According to her lawyer), she cried when she saw the video but still denied remembering actually putting her hands on the employee. She stated the video looked grainy. Guess she has no memory. Only in Broward County, the most disciplined judicial circuit in Florida, are the judges so arrogant, and believe themselves so entitled, could someone contest charges like these with the mountain of evidence against them. The judge could end up disbarred also if she is not careful. The Florida Supreme Court has to sign off on all this and has shown in the past their willingness to impose harsher sentences, which is something we believe will happen in this case. UPDATE JULY 19, 2019, THE FLORIDA SUPREME COURT HAS SUSPENDED BROWARD CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE GINA HAWKINS EFFECTIVE TODAY!!!!!!! This is pending the outcome of the JQC's final investigation. The judge is contesting the charges although a video clearly shows her putting her hands on the court employee.....----------------- CURRENT NEWS-----------------------Assistant Broward State Attorney Charged With DUI An assistant Broward state attorney is out of jail after being arrested and accused of driving under the influence. Alim Babayev, who works in the criminal division, has been charged with DUI involving property damage and leaving the scene of an accident. On Tuesday, around 6:45 p.m., Babayev is accused of rear-ending a gold Nissan Pathfinder and sideswiping a black Toyota Corolla on northbound I-95 near Broward Boulevard. A witness said he called 911 and followed the hit and run driver who abandoned his white Ford Crown Victoria on I-95 between Sunrise and Oakland Park boulevards. When the witness stopped, he said Babayev walked up to his car and begged to get in, promising he would give him anything he wanted. A Florida Highway Patrol trooper arrived and took Babayev into custody, noting his actions and “a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from his breath,” according to the report. Babayev was taken to the Breath and Alcohol Center. The trooper noted that Babayev’s clothing was soiled, wet, there were vomit stains on his shirt, and his left pant at the knee was torn. When asked if he was involved in an accident on I-95, Babayev replied “no,” according to the report. After reading the Miranda warning, the trooper asked if he still wished to speak to which Babayev replied ‘no.” When asked if he would take a field sobriety test, Babayev again replied “no.” He was then arrested on the two charges and taken to the Broward County Jail The State Attorney’s Office said Babayev has been suspended without pay until the charges are resolved. At that time a decision will be made on his employment with the office.

The Broward Sheriff's Office, along with B.A.T. are using 16 year old "children" for undercover stings. We assume they are getting these children from their "Explorers Program". We believe it is only a matter of time before one of these "children" gets hurt. Most of the Places that they send these kids have video cameras now. What do YOU think would happen if someone was to post a video of one of these kids in the act of being a confidential informant. Remember, these kids are still in High School.


I would also remind everyone that in the case of alcohol stings, that 18, 19, and 20 year olds can't legaly purchase alcohol. So it's both pointless and dangerous, to use 16 year old children.


Look at the article above about the 22 year old deputy arrested will all the drugs after a hit & run accident. Probably a former Explorer. Do you think he started doing drugs at 22?


I would futher state that when the deputy's themselves, do these type of stings, they come into court wearing ski-masks.



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Do you know when we vote for judges?


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Judge Merrilee Ehrlich-First judge Joel Lazarus, now judge Merrilee Ehrlich. Again we used a popular courthouse blog, the J.A.A.B. Blog, to alert Broward Public Defender Howard Finkelstein to another really screwed up Broward judge.                                      Click here

Another Broward Judge Facing JQC Ethics Charges


The state Judicial Qualifications Commission charged Broward Circuit Judge Ernest Kollra while campaigning that he had received a Democratic group’s endorsement and telling the Sun Sentinel editorial board his party affiliation.

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JQC Files Ethics Charges Against Another Broward Judge


With only a couple of weeks left in the year The JQC, (Florida Judicial Qualifications Commission), filed ethics charges against yet another Broward County judge.

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