Tuesday, April 21, 2009
THIS AND THAT
David Markus writes about the recent Supreme Court decision about searches of automobile compartments and concludes that "the Fourth Amendment is not dead yet." Keyword- "YET".
Markus and the Broward Blog also report that former Dade Assistant State attorney and current Chief Judge of the Broward Criminal Court division Ilona Holmes is being mentioned as the next US Attorney for the Southern District Of Florida (motto: "Give us a case and we'll blow it big time.")
Judge Holmes would whip that office into shape. You betcha.
Query: What exactly are our obligations in the upcoming Judicial elections? Hypothetically speaking, lets say we personally endorse one candidate over another. Do we have an obligation to remain neutral on the blog?
(mug shot of woman flipping off cops)
NFL draft this Sunday. Say what you want about the Fins' needs, but they won't be doing a Nick Saban and drafting a WR (and his family) in the first round. With a draft deep in corner backs, look for a D-lineman, or a linebacker in round one unless a highly rated corner back falls.
See you in court, dreading the dog days of summer. How about a discussion on what is the best time to go away over the summer and where are the best places to go? (Canada, North Carolina, Tennessee, Hialeah, etc. )