Anonymous wrote in:
rumpole you should have a trial trial board like they do at the Public Defender's Office.
Rumpole says, ok. Not that we don't have enough to do during the day, but if a Judge or attorney wants to email us on a Monday ( or whenever a trial starts) we will post the trial, the attorneys, and the results.
As to the other posts about the Markus verdict: 1) We don't know who got the guilty verdicts and who got the Not Guilty verdicts. 2) We were just being friendly to Mr. Markus, as we are about to ruin his career (or at least his reputation) with a post we have about our views of the Vatican and the federal college of cardinals. Stay tuned and we will let you know when its up on his formerly well respected blog.
Rumor has it hoards of men dressed in purple suits with yellow ties descended on a restaurant in downtown Miami this evening and staged a "We love Judge Shelly Schwartz" rally.
Rumor has it the Don Cohn / Judge Rippengale race almost had a third candidate.
Rumor has it that a domestic violence county court judge personally visited an attorney recently to try and talk him/her out of filing against HIM.
Rumor has it that sales of Ambien among judges up for re-election this year has skyrocketed.
Rumor has it that attorneys North of the Border have started their own blog. In the words of Bruce Willis in Die Hard "welcome to the party pal."
Rumor has it that the Kommisar of Konty Kort doesn't like our humble blog. We respond, "those who can....do. Those who can't....teach. Those who can't teach, teach gym. Those who can't teach gym become supervisors of bloated state bureaucracies .
Rumor has it that the County Court Judges will each issue their own individual opinion on the pending motions on the DUI breath machine because nobody wants to be in the Herald issuing a dissent for the defense.
Rumor has it that a noted criminal defense attorney helped nab a "perp" this past weekend, and after criticizing the manner in which the police beat up witnesses, was almost arrested himself.
See You In Court where rumors run rampant.