Now, courtesy of the Chief Of the City of South Miami Police Department, you can find out.
The Miami New Times reported here that the good natured and ever helpful chief Orlando De Castro has been (illegally? es possible) running attorneys in NCIC. And not just any attorneys, but attorneys who apparently bug him.
Here they come, fresh from the Zimmerman acquittal, the book deals. Juror #37 now has a book deal. No word on whether her husband, who is a member of our beloved Florida Bar, helped her land the deal. More book deals, we are sure, to come. Juror #37 talked to the Washington Post and said "most if not all" of the jurors believed it was Zimmerman on the phone calling for help. That right there probably won the case for Zimmerman.
JUDICIAL (*cough cough*) CONFERENCE
If you're a county court practitioner, you have a quiet week, as most of your judges are labouring away at difficult judicial conference designed to iron out those wrinkles and return your favourite robed readers, renewed, refreshed, up on the law, and after many difficult hours of introspection, a better, more fair jurist.
(Trying saying that with a straight face.)
Plus, there are those shrimp cocktails and mojitos.
They never seem to hold these conferences in Hialeah, or Homestead, or at one of those hotels right off of 441 near Dolphins stadium. Oh well, we're sure it's just an oversight.
WHAT WE WOULD LIKE TO DISCUSS
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If I was african-amercian, I would be more outraged over the mass jailing of AF/men, then this tragic case, as tragic as it is.
See you in court.