SUICIDE POOL: IT STARTS THURSDAY WITH THE GIANTS -REDSKINS GAME. IF YOU WANT EITHER OF THOSE TEAMS EMAIL US BEFORE GAME TIME. OTHERWISE YOU HAVE UNTIL SUNDAY 12 NOON FOR THE POOL.
Here's how it works: pick one team each week to win. No points. Straight up. However, when you use that team for that week you can no longer use that team for the rest of the year. David O Markus and Clay Kaiser have already emailed us their picks for the week.
At stake: bragging rights. A certificate suitable for framing. A starbucks card. And extra two days to prepare for trial on any case you have before Judge Huck. The right to cut to the front of the line on any county court wednesday sounding. Hmm...and a bunch of other stuff.
There's something about the 5 day forecasted track of Ike that we don't like.
"One hand washes the other."
Chief Circuit Criminal Court Administrative Judge (CCCCAJ for short) Stanford Blake issued his ruling today and from what we know the PDs will no longer be assigned 3rd Degree Felonies (approximately 60% of all cases filed in Dade) as of September 15, 2008. Those cases will now be assigned to the ROC and their staff of two high school students who have expressed an interest in going to law school in the future.
The title links to Oh Susanah's Herald story.
The Canes are an estimated 163 point underdog in their game with the Gators on Saturday. Take the points.
The SAO is now a 125 point favorite in all 3rd degree felonies. Give the points. The Fins are a three point dog to the J..E...T..S and Favre on Sunday. Give the points and take gang green. More on that later this week.
See you in court not taking third degree felonies.