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Friday, December 20, 2013

CORRECTING CORRECTIONS

MONDAY UPDATE:
Double Down Weisman and Long Shot Lurvey both picked a winner yesterday in the Survivor pool (Chargers) so they head into the final week, capping an amazing season for them.

REGJB Blog Fantasy Football: The right and Honourable Miguel De La O is in the championship game against the experienced and wily  Richard Barron.

TWITTER:  The Fake Alex Michaels account, @draculawyer is on a classic rant this Monday morning. The best local twitter account by far, and one of the all around greatest.


An email from FACDL El Presidente on Corrections policies and the release of our clients (don't hold your breath):






Corrections quickly (11 days later) responded:






So there you have it. Problem.  Problem solved. 

See you in court. 

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Easily your finest post EVER!

Anonymous said...

Ticket Clinic founder will not face domestic violence felony

BY DAVID OVALLE
DOVALLE@MIAMIHERALD.COM
Mark S. Gold, the prominent Miami Beach traffic ticket attorney who founded the lucrative Ticket Clinic law firm, will not be prosecuted for felony domestic battery.

Prosecutors on Friday declined to file any charges against Gold, who was arrested by Miami Beach police in October.

"Mr. Gold would never strike a woman," said his attorney, Christopher Lyons. "He looks forward to enjoying the holidays with his family and focusing on his highly successful business."

Gold’s fiancĂ©e told police that Gold, during an argument at his posh Rivo Alto Island home, “struck her with his hand and then pushed her to the ground.”

But Gold — whose jail mugshot shows a heavily battered face — claimed that the woman attacked him. Prosecutors decided that they could not prove the domestic battery charge, especially because she "had prior incidents of violence toward others."

The woman also told prosecutors "she would like the incident to go away."

Gold touts himself as one of the preeminent ticket lawyers with 16 offices across Florida, and other states. The Ticket Clinic advertises heavily and he has been featured in many media stories.

Last year, Gold made worldwide headlines after suing the downtown Gold Rush strip club, alleging that servers plied him with drinks and rang up $19,000 on his credit card in one night. The suit is ongoing, court records show.

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/12/20/3829953/ticket-clinic-founder-will-not.html

Anonymous said...

I have always wondered how secure our system really is. Unless the DOC people look in the clerk docket, how do they know for sure the orders they get are real?

MC Waste Services, Inc said...

http://www.keysnet.com/2013/12/21/493473/state-attorneys-office-investigator.html YEEHAW!

So Be Dandy said...

I'm eating out big time Rumpy.!!!

Carbone is the year’s most polarizing restaurant. The chefs Rich Torrisi and Mario Carbone, with their business partner, Jeff Zalaznick, imagined a stylized, exaggerated red-sauce joint recast in the fine-dining idiom, and it takes nerve to pull that off. Yes, the captains are pushy and talky, but good New Yorkers ought to know how to push and talk back. Yes, the prices are dizzying, but so are the portions, the quality of the ingredients and the sheer exuberance of the preparations. Carbone doesn’t use dust-flavored farmed shrimp for its scampi alla scampi; it uses remarkably sweet and delicate langoustines caught off the coast of Scotland. The lobster fra diavolo is the size of a sea monster and is head-spinningly rich with Cognac and shellfish reduction. At times it’s all too much, but too-muchness is at the heart of the Italian-American restaurants that Carbone celebrates.

So Be Dandy said...

I'm eating out big time Rumpy.!!!

Carbone is the year’s most polarizing restaurant. The chefs Rich Torrisi and Mario Carbone, with their business partner, Jeff Zalaznick, imagined a stylized, exaggerated red-sauce joint recast in the fine-dining idiom, and it takes nerve to pull that off. Yes, the captains are pushy and talky, but good New Yorkers ought to know how to push and talk back. Yes, the prices are dizzying, but so are the portions, the quality of the ingredients and the sheer exuberance of the preparations. Carbone doesn’t use dust-flavored farmed shrimp for its scampi alla scampi; it uses remarkably sweet and delicate langoustines caught off the coast of Scotland. The lobster fra diavolo is the size of a sea monster and is head-spinningly rich with Cognac and shellfish reduction. At times it’s all too much, but too-muchness is at the heart of the Italian-American restaurants that Carbone celebrates.

Anonymous said...

Rump, what's the deal with you and the 11th circuit?