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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.
The big problem is; that this is the norm here.
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There you go man,
keep as cool as you can.
Face piles of trials with smiles.
It riles them to believe that you perceive
the web they weave.
And keep on thinking free.
The Moody Blues 1969
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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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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Here you can view videos of Police, Judicial, and other Official Misconduct.
On the Bond Court Page you can watch past bond court hearings with former judge Hurley. Those videos are for fun, but their are also links for the "Live" Bond courts that are Currently available.
Currently available are: Brevard, Broward, Hillsborough, and Orange County Bond Courts. Also The Florida Supreme Court Live and Archives.
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The judicial information listed under this heading is to help you understand how the courts operate and how they are organized in Florida.
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How judicial vacancies are filled when a judge resigns or retires before their term is up.
There is also Information about how Florida Supreme Court justices are appointed and retained, and more.
Complete lists of all the judges in Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach Counties, along with links to a short biography and other information about them.
Information for voters and past judicial elections and much more. Judicial Information
If November was you’re answer, you’re only partially correct.
Actually we vote for judges in August during the primary.
If no candidate gets more than fifty percent of the vote, we then vote for them in a run off in November.
If a judge is unopposed, then they are automatically re-elected in the August primary.