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Sunday, May 28, 2006

VISITING AN OLD FRIEND

The Miami Fishwrap reported today on the latest Episode out of our favorite Public Defender’s Office. A day without Brummer putting his foot in his mouth is like a day without a Miami bondsman stealing a case.

Today’s article brought us back to a simpler time: when there was no Captain, no Riddler, no Jason Grey, no moops logging on with stupid names, no intelligent debates with Abe Laeser. And most importantly: (almost) no readers. We just went on and on prattling away about things that bothered us, and no one cared. No mean and sexist comments. A simpler and maybe more pleasant time.

Then, we got a scoop. We caught Ol’ Bennett with his foot in the cookie jar (we love to mix metaphors.)

We have nothing to add to today’s Herald trashing of BB. But in honor of the man without whom we probably would be on the trash heap of dead blogs, we re-print one of our favorite posts.

Pay special attention to the section on HUBRIS. About the only thing we can say about BB’s current actions is that “it takes a man with a real hard head to not learn any lessons from his previous mistakes.” Keep right on swinging BB, you may just lose your job next time.

FROM NOVEMBER 25, 2005: WE PROUDLY REPRINT:

BRUMMER BUMMER
A JBB Exclusive: Dade Public Defender Settles Lawsuit for $200,000.00 + Attorneys Fees.!!

We scooped the Herald on this one:

The JBB has learned that long time Dade County Public Defender Bennett Brummer has caved in and settled a federal wrongful termination lawsuit that arose out of his contentious re-election campaign.

The Scene: The annual Martin Luther King Day Parade cira 2003.

Dramatis Personae : Assistant Dade County Public Defender Gabe Martin, who has announced his intention to oust his boss; another young assistant public defender (Lonnie Richardson) marching in support of Gabe Martin; and Bennett Brummer.

At the parade the Assistant Public Defender-Richardson- ( and soon to be Plaintiff) marching in support of Gabe Martin has a mega-phone, and is yelling anti- Bennett Brummer slogans, like "We Need A Public Defender, Not a Public Pretender. "

Brummer, gearing up for his re-election fight was present and witnessed the spectacle. Sometime thereafter, an enraged Brummer shows his dark side and orders his henchmen (in this case- we believe it was a hench woman) to fire the young PD.

A Federal lawsuit alleging wrongful termination was filed, and as it proceeded towards trial Brummer and his legal team filed a motion for summary judgment before new Federal Judge Marsha Cooke.

We haven't seen the ruling the denying the motion, but we hear it was a real barn burner, with some very critical language of Brummer and his legal team. Meanwhile, to ratchet up the pressure, in conjunction with filing the motion for summary judgment, but before Judge Cooke's ruling, Brummer and his team of legal eagles makes an offer of settlement: that the Plaintiff pay $1,000.00 and write an apology.

The Greeks have a word for this: Hubris. And if you have read any Greek tragedies, you know what follows: disaster.

Well, after they got up off the floor, the Plaintiff and his lawyer formally rejected the offer. Judge Cooke's blistering ruling followed sometime thereafter.

We don't know the rest of the specifics but we feel we are on pretty firm ground reporting the following:Brummer has parted with $200,000.00 PLUS legal fees, and didn't even get the gag order he wanted. The Plaintiff is free to talk and gloat about his victory whenever he wishes.

Brummer, who should be ashamed of himself, gets all the publicity here.

First Greek Tragedy; then Hubris, now, Irony:
In 2002 Brummer was honored by the ACLU with the Nelson Poynter award.
Named after the former crusading Editor and Publisher of the St. Petersburg Times, the Poynter award honors people who have tirelessly fought to promote and advance civil liberties and civil rights in Florida.

Here's the rub: Brummer was sued for wrongful termination and violating the FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS of his former employee, who was taking part in a peaceful march and was advocating his own political views during his own free time.

We have to believe that Poynter himself would have roasted Bennett's butt in a scathing editorial about Brummer's heavy handed anti-freedom of speech and expression tactics, if Poynter was still around. Poynter's gone, but the JBB is here to expose hypocrisywhen we see it.Brummer can't be feeling too happy these days.

On August 5, 2005, the Miami Herald (did we mention we scooped the Herald on this story??) reported that Brummer's top aid David Weed and another Public defender employee agreed to pay fines for violating Florida's Campaign Laws.Campaign dirty tactics?

Suppressing free speech? This is not the committee to re-elect the President we are talking about. This is Dade's Public Defender.We think ol' Brummer has built himself quite a little fiefdom over on 14th street. Plenty of cushy jobs and old time campaign cronies cashing big paychecks, while young PDs are forced to sign loyalty oaths and are fired if they don't vote the right way.

Bennet Brummer: ACLU Honoree or loser in a civil rights suit?Public Defender..or Public Pretender?

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See You In Court Tuesday.

77 comments:

Anonymous said...

That was some of your best work Rumpole.

Anonymous said...

I don't get it. Does Brummer want the 200k back that he settled?

Anonymous said...

Brummer should move to Russia and run for something there.

Anonymous said...

He should be able to fire somebody that does not support him as the boss. This whole thing is ridiculous. When I am State Attorney, I am going to fire everybody, then re-hire the people I choose (just kidding -- I am only going to fire a few people).

Anonymous said...

get off bennetts back. he is the best pd in the country. if you dont back your boss, you should be fired.

Anonymous said...

Acc'd to the quotes attibuted to him by the Herald, Brummer wishes to set the follwing precedent: The head of one govt agency is reported by a private citizen to another govt agency for wrongdoing. When the second govt agency finds the official, in effect, not guilty, the official can sue the private actor and make him pay the Govt back. Why would anyone ever report a govt official for wrongdoing to any govt agency if they're facing the loss of major $ (in this case Brummer wants Lonnie Richardson to pay "over 5 figures".)if the govt agency finds for the govt official?

This whole thing once again re-inforces something I've thought about Brummer for a while now: If this guy had been born in the Soviet Union and had been an agency head in that dread place, he woulda fit right in. A PURE POLITICAL HACK w/ no true regard or respect for dissent, democracy, or the rule of law. Well, maybe as long as it doesn't impact on his Power. See you in '08, Comrade.

Anonymous said...

To the 1:56pm poster, there is a difference in "supporting" a private sector boss who has invested his money into his business (and has created the job you hold), and "supporting" (in an electoral sense) a gov't agency head who is elected by a democratic vote. A slow re-reading of the First Amendment may be a cure for you. Open your mind a little bit and think outside Bennett's very narrow personal interests (and perhaps yours as well?).

Anonymous said...

It's amazing how clueless readers of this blog are. Do you enjoy having to respond to BS/made-up bar complaints filed by your clients? At least they aren't lawyers. Richardson is allegedly a lawyer. Brummer has first amendment rights as well. When a lawyer files a blatantly false ethics complaint, which does not garner even a finding of probable cause from the agency, they should have to pay.

Anonymous said...

BUT WHAT ABOUT THE FACT THAT THE FEC FOUND NOT ONLY PC BUT FINED RORY, WEED, ARRON ETC.? THEY PAID OUT.
SHIT DOES IT REALLY MATTER? BRUMMER IS NOT THE BEST PD IN THE NATION, FAR FROM IT. THE MAN IS AFRAID TO TRY A CASE. THE MAN HAS NEVER TRIED A DARN CASE.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps Bennett should sue himself for wasting millions of dollars over the years on Warren Schwatz and Co.


See ya in 08

Anonymous said...

Perhaps Bennett should sue himself for wasting millions of dollars over the years on Warren Schwatz and Co.


See ya in 08

Anonymous said...

2:29 poster - you are a class example of what I'm talking about. You can't spell, the charges were dismissed against Rory, and your comment about Brummer was inane. According to you, you can't be CEO of Ford unless you can build a car. I hope you handle nothing more serious than traffic tickets.

Anonymous said...

to the dipshit at 2;29. BENNETT IS AND WAS A TOP FLIGHT APPEALLATE ATTORNEY . NOT ALL LAWYERS ARE "TRIAL ATTORNEYS". AND THE ONES WHO CLAIM TO BE IN THE JUSTICE BUILDING, WITH FEW EXCEPTIONS ARE A SAD EXAMPLE OF A TRUE "TRIAL ATTORNEY". BENNETT AND THE FROG ARE THE BEST. LONG LIVE THE KING.

Anonymous said...

ditto 2:52. I litigated against Bennett when he was a line appellate lawyer. He was great. Smart. Eloquent. Incisive. Tenacious. And I never worked for him, only as an adversary, so my view seems uninfluenced by politics. Say what you will about the way he runs an office (I don't know about that), but he could probably write circles around many of the blog's posters and could spot issues that others would miss in a sea of 3.850 confusion.

Anonymous said...

Abe Laeser for Public Defender in '08! Run, Abe, run!

Anonymous said...

Brummer and "frog" are tired and need to go. It's time guys. Bennett is almost 70 years old. And frog's wires are all crossed up.

Anonymous said...

In Brummer v. Brummer, the court found Brummer owed himself 10 million dollars for paying tired old lawyers too much for too long.

Anonymous said...

Brummer is a shit trial lawyer and the office is,after all, a trial office. Rod Vereen will do a better job.And there's not much Brummer can do to ward that off. Sorry, Brummer, and Rory, and Weed,and Warren, and Kramer. Lights out in '08. But you guys stole enough already. AND YOU KNOW THAT'S TRUE.

Anonymous said...

Vereen ain't gonna run. He makes too much $. Besides, Brummer would crush in a dem primary.

Anonymous said...

frankly, i found the article on the supermodel, may andersen more interesting.sorry she is not coming in person to the justice bldg.

Rumpole said...

would that we were representing her...ahhh.

Anonymous said...

So many egos. Everyone wants to be the best trial lawyer. You are all full of shit. Unless you are Roy Black or Abe Laeser shut the fuck up once and for all! You guys don't care about your clients

Anonymous said...

A great trial or appellate lawyer does not a great manager make (in fact, some of the worst managers in the SAO and PDO are some of the best lawyers). Unfortunately, both offices (and especially the SAO) seem to promote their best lawyers into managerial positions that they may or may not want (there are a load of current and former DCs in the SAO who hated managing but accepted the promotion so they could try homicide cases). Thus, a significant part of the problem.

CAPTAIN said...

It's Week Four of:

"THE REVERSAL OF THE WEEK”

Although we normally focus on a local robed Judge for this weekly feature, instead, with the judicial campaigns moving into the summer swing and with the possibility that Miami-Dade County could have as many as 18 newly elected judges come this September, (YES I did say 18), I thought that it would be nice to shift our focus to what some of the other fine jurists of our State are up to:

INQUIRY CONCERNING A JUDGE, RE: JUDGE JOHN RENKE III, 31 FLW S337, May 25, 2006; the Florida Supreme Court has decided to hand down the ultimate sanction against this Pinellas-Pasco 6th Circuit Court Judge. What is interesting about this case, is the fact that Judge Renke is being removed, not for anything he did on the bench, but for numerous campaign violations that got him elected to the bench in 2002. Also interesting is the fact that the Supreme Court rejected the Judicial Qualifications Commission's original recommended sanctions for fines and reprimands.

The Court found that Renke made flagrant misrepresentations about his qualifications in his 2002 campaign. 1] He misrepresented in a campaign brochure the fact that he was an incumbent judge, when he wasn’t; 2] He misrepresented in the same brochure that he was Chair of the Southwest Florida Water Management District, when he wasn’t; 3] He misrepresented in the same brochure that he was being endorsed by the Clearwater firefighters, when he wasn’t; 4] He misrepresented his judicial experience, when he actually had none; 5] He misrepresented endorsements from two supposed public officials, when they were actually members of the Pinellas County Republican Party; 6] He misrepresented his experience as a practicing attorney, claiming that he had eight years of experience handling complex civil trials, when in fact he had never tried a jury trial, never sat first chair in a trial, and his only trial was a small claims case; 7] He misrepresented his opponent’s experience, claiming to have more trial experience than his opponent, when in fact his opponent had much more trial experience; and 8] He also was found to have funded his campaign race with an illegal $95,800 contribution - more than 90 percent of the campaign's financing - from his father, former state Rep. John Renke II, who enlisted the Republican Party's help in the nonpartisan campaign.

The Court stated, "In essence, Judge Renke and his cohorts created a fictitious candidate, funded his candidacy in violation of Florida's election laws and successfully perpetrated a fraud on the electorate in securing the candidate's election.

INQUIRY CONCERNING A JUDGE, RE: JAMES R. ADAMS, 31 FLW S317, May 18, 2006; here the Supreme Court went much lighter on the Administrative Judge of the Lee County Court and only handed down a public reprimand.

The JQC charged that during 2004 Judge Adams violated three canons of the Code of Judicial Conduct by having a romantic relationship with an attorney who appeared before him in a considerable number of cases. The allegations specified that Judge Adams granted numerous continuances requested by the attorney in five cases, and that Judge Adams dismissed the charges in four traffic cases in which the attorney represented the defendant.

The Supreme Court stated, “Judges must do all that is reasonably necessary to minimize the appearance of impropriety. They must remain cognizant of the fact that even in situations where they personally believe that their judgment would not be colored, public perception may differ.

CAPTAIN OUT ........................

Anonymous said...

You guys are all a bunch of hacks..Do you actuallu represent your clients??? Brummer runs the best PD's office in the nation, ask those outside Florida. Moreover, he gives back to the community on an ongoing basis? When was the last time one of you hacks went into Overtown or Liberty City to help your former clients restore their civil rights?? Brummer knows the meaning of public...

Anonymous said...

public waste.

Anonymous said...

public waste .... good description of the 7:11 AM Poster. So much anger, so early in the morning. Relax, Lonnie.

Anonymous said...

Its really kinda funny when the Brummers write in about how great BHB is, and how he's the best in the state or the nation or whatever? How the hell can anyone really know that? Sometimes I guess its just your turn to be #1. Whatever. Anyway, Rod V. would probably beat BHB in a Dem primary. If he wanted it, he definitely would win. No one has any love for BHb besides his 15 or 20 top cronies that have become millionaires solely b/c of the PDO. And, to 7:11, I've walked alot more black men out the door than any of his top fools. That's just a fact. Sorry.

Anonymous said...

Rumpole your like that fat guy from Stand By Me whom created the giant barfa rama.

Anonymous said...

How do you become a millionaire as a PDO????

Anonymous said...

They must have really dumb voters over on the west coast for that guy to have won the elction in the first place.

And as for the other County Court Judge, hey Captian, do you know if he was married too?

lazy gov atty said...

you work there 35 years 25 of which you make 100 k plus. you get 600 k from the drop and a fat pension for life.
the best part is, I only worked a total of 20 hrs per year.

Anonymous said...

In the midst of this all, everyone has overlooked the fact that Lonnie is a total clown who deserved to be fired...and I voted for gabe.

Anonymous said...

I'm a clown? Brummer had his chance to put it on the table and take me to trial. Instead, he begged my lawyer to settle for 200k. I kinda felt bad for him.
He's what we call up in Jersey a "plea picasso".

Anonymous said...

Here's my take on Judge John "Fraud" Renke. The voters got what the ydeserved, because that's what you get when you elect judges instead of having them appointed. At least with appointments, however partisan it may be, you get much more experience than a Renke. With Renke, money bought brochures and airtime and name recognition and votes.

Anonymous said...

Lonnie is indeed a clown of the highest order. He will almost certainly continue to be a complete zero as a lawyer.

And does Weed really think he's fooling ANYONE with that dead squirrel on his head?

Anonymous said...

Yeah, 4:33, real experience; like Norma Lindsey, and Antonio Arzola, and Nuria Saenz (all very nice people); but how much experience did they have ???

Anonymous said...

and what about that judge that was both doing the traffic tickets and doing the traffic ticket attorney.

so, any one of local ticket attorneys doing any hearing officers or judges, let me know so i can send my tickets your way.

Anonymous said...

rump i do miss the old days on the blog. we used to talk alot about rory steins ghost employee job and his danish/donut/bael eating habits. it was all in fun as i am sure mr stein took it that way.

now the blog has degeneated into really nasty namecalling and slander. calling one candidate gay and saying another sucked her way to judgeship is really unbecoming.
this blog used to be a great place for paractitioners to discuss the bench in the hope that when they were discussed maybe they would modify thier behavior. you know they read this site religoulsly.

i vote for censorship as too many of the contributors are baby lawyers in PDo and SAO who just love calling each other names.

Anonymous said...

come on bhb give it a rest. you have some chutzpah going after lonny for the omney which he probably doesnt have anymore. face facts you were guilty you did bad things. you fired him becuase he was for gabe. Judge Cooke wrote how bad your beahvior was.

somehow you and bob "soprano" aaron beat the charges. so what you should just walk away an continue building up your retirement.

lonny buy a house so bennet cant get your money

Anonymous said...

Captain, can you give us an update on the idiot parade (I mean judicial elections) so we can decide who we're all voting for.

Is the blog endorsing?

Anonymous said...

Bob Aaron isn't Tony Soprano.....

he's Nick Nolte (run Nick Nolte and mugshot in google if you don't believe me).

Just Another Face said...

"And, to 7:11, I've walked alot more black men out the door than any of his top fools. That's just a fact. Sorry."

I'm sure the black men appreciate you, whitey, keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

ask the blacks in dade what they think about the public defender's office in general. they think the office is a bucket of shit.
why do you think Gabe Martin was endorced by the Miami Times? because he is special? nope. it's because brummer scoops from the shit bucket.

Anonymous said...

To the guy who walks blacks out the door...What did you do for the ones you begged to take a plea after the plea???

That's the point...to give back to the community beyond the courtroom. Being a great trial attorney does not make you a good candidate for PD if you do not understand poverty, substance abuse, mental illness, child abuse and how those affect the crime rate. I have seen a lot of "great trial attorneys" put a client's life in jeopardy because their egos would not let them let their client take the sensible withhold plea, or they missed serious mitigation issues because they were only looking at "the trial."

Let's face it BHB has been a very vocal advocate for the communities his office represents, often pre-empting problems. Politics aside, the facts are the facts. It is the best run PD's office in the nation...Ask anyone who has left the Miami PD and practices in a PD's office somewhere else (need I even say Broward?) and see what they say. Most PD offices do not even focus on trying cases. Let alone the ongoing training that BHB's office has. And, yes, I do believe that focus is fue to the fact that BHB's forte was appellate law, and that he understands how important it is to be intellectually challenging to the SAO and the bench.

Anonymous said...

and one other thing, he loves his black people.

Anonymous said...

To 9:34pm poster, you must mean "The New Times". "The Miami Times", which some believed to be a voice for the Miami black community went out of business decades ago...We've been a 1 newspaper town for a while.

Anonymous said...

Rump go back to the elections...Or Captain how about another reversal?

Anonymous said...

FYI, 7:59, the Miami Times still does exist and provides one of the few voices here in Miami for the black population.

Anonymous said...

The New Times lashed Brummer also.

Anonymous said...

dear 7:59
The Miami Times is the only black paper in Miami. And yes, they supported the Cuban kid over Brummer.

Anonymous said...

Brummer
Richardson
Martin
Stein
Schwartz
Weed
Brummer
Richardson
Martin
Stein
Schwartz
Weed
Brummer
Richardson
Martin
Stein
Schwartz
Weed
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Richardson
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Stein
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Weed
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Richardson
Martin
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Weed
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Richardson
Martin
Stein
Schwartz
Weed
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Richardson
Martin
Stein
Schwartz
Weed
Brummer
Richardson
Martin
Stein
Schwartz
Weed
Brummer
Richardson
Martin
Stein
Schwartz
Weed
Brummer
Richardson
Martin
Stein
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Weed
Brummer
Richardson
Martin
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Weed
Brummer
Richardson
Martin
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Brummer
Richardson
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Richardson
Martin
Stein
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Weed
Brummer
Richardson
Martin
Stein
Schwartz
Weed
Brummer
Richardson
Martin
Stein
Schwartz
Weed
ENOUGH ALREADY, IT IS SO BORING I CANT TAKE IT ANY MORE

and no, I'm not any of those people

I've just memorized their names from this blog

SPICOLI said...

agreed. i could care less about these turds at the pdo. theyre worthless and weak...now get down and give me 20!!

jimmy superfly snuka said...

How condescending are we, that it stopped being about poor defendants male and female from all cultures, and turned into exclusively black men in need of a lawyer.

What a bunch of crap.

Disproportionate numbers don't lie, true. But just because you helped get a "black guy" off, doesn't make you anywhere near close a friend to the African American community and their struggles. Granted this is a forum about defense lawyers good and bad, but I seriously doubt that I'm going to be more motivated as to who's a better attorney merely because they can make a joker like Brummer look like a public pretender where minorities are concerned. The logic just doesn't follow there.

Anonymous said...

Do you guys who bash Brummer think you can do a better job?

I am not a pd but, have respect, like most in town, for the entire office.

Lawyers are egos. How do you control hundreds of out of control egos????

To me, BB should not have settled but, in the long run, it may have saved us all money becuase litigating costs big bucks.

Let's bash bad judges and bad cops... it is more fun.

Rory said...

nice comment, warren.

not til that Brummer goes away. said...

Bash who you want and I'll bash who I want. OK, Rory?

Let's be real: BHB does not run the office. He does not know any of the trial atty's. He hires people to do the PDO's bidding in Tallahassee. The man IS a ghost. He may not even still be alive. How would we know?

fact checker said...

"he does not know any of the trial attorneys."

Love how people never ever ever ever ever ever exaggerate on this blog.

Anonymous said...

Its basically true. I mean he knows guys like Rory and Kramer, etc. Those aren't the trial guys. 90% of the cases tried over there are tried by lawyers BB has never seen nor heard of.

Anonymous said...

At least the PDs have someone competent running their office while BHB is away. The SAO is run by Don Horn.

Anonymous said...

I thought the SAO was run by the miami herald?

Anonymous said...

Weed? No better than Brummer. Allergic to the courtroom.

Anonymous said...

one time when weed fell asleep we tried to smoke the weed off his head.

Anonymous said...

u tried to smoke his wig?

Anonymous said...

clogged my bong. fact

Anonymous said...

I'm still trying to figure out how ANYONE thinks the Miami PD's office is the "best in the nation"... Sorry... but not even close.... that doesn't mean I don' admire the folks that work there for very little money and less recognition.. I DON'T admire Brummer, Weed or Schwartz at all.

Anonymous said...

NYC
DC
JACKSONVILLE
LA
BROWARD
JUST TO NAME A FEW
DOMINATE DADE COUNTY PDO

Anonymous said...

As someone who is from NY and went to law school in NY, I can assure you, 10:32, there is no "NYC PDO." There is Legal Aid, which is present in each of the five boroughs. There are also borough specific indigent defense groups, such as the Bronx Defenders. Non of these offices are very good and they almost never go to trial. I only mention the trial part because the anti-BHB hacks on this blog seem to think that going to trial is the be all and end all of being a good PD.

Anonymous said...

To 10:32, you obviously never practice in any of these jurisdictions... I heard Finkelstein's new motto is "no trial, get them into a program" Now there are the real trial skills!!!

Anonymous said...

you got me with Finkleturd

finkelfuckbird said...

nobody here has ever been critical of the young trial atty's at the dade pdo. we are talking about the leadership or lack there of. we are talking about that ole bastard brummer who now feels the need to sue richardson under the guise of getting $ back for an office that continues to waste millions a year on old turds who refuse to try cases.

Anonymous said...

Last post was right on target. Perfect! Nothing else needs to be said. But... let me add one thing: The black men I walked out the door appreciated me. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

this is nonsense. bhb is the greatest, as were most of the apds under hubbard. i believe that rumpole wasnt hired by bhb and is seeking revenge. frankly, most trial attorneys are too busy to blog. and, based on the fact that most of the attention is on county court, rumpole must be a "bottom feeder"[sorry sy}.

Anonymous said...

o yes and I forgot to mention. i have been sucking the milk from the government tit since hubbart left office.

Anonymous said...

Howard Finkelstein is a cry baby. Always throwing up the "constitutional" flag, whether relevant or not. Great speaker, but no substance....all rhetoric.

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