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Friday, October 21, 2016

WELCOME OUR NEWEST JUDGE, ALEXANDER BOKOR


THE CAPTAIN REPORTS:

YOUR NEWEST COUNTY COURT JUDGE IS .....

ALEXANDER S. BOKOR

Congratulations to Mr. Bokor who was appointed earlier tonight to the open seat on the County Court created by the resignation of Judge Jacqueline Schwartz.

We last covered the JNC nominating process on September 1, 2016 in a post that can be read here.

Alexander Spicola Bokor is 38 years old and he is an 11 year member of The Florida Bar.  He is currently employed as an Assistant County Attorney working for the Miami Dade County Attorney's Office since 2008.  He handles litigation cases and has worked as legal counsel for the Miami Dade Department of Transportation and Public Works, the Property Appraiser's Office and the Tax Collector's Office.  He began his legal career with Jones Day in 2002 and worked for Kozyak Tropin from 2006-2008.  You can read Judge Bokor's entire bio by going here.

Mr. Bokor was chosen by Governor Scott over Ramiro C. Areces, Raul Cuervo, Elijah Levitt, Joseph Mansfield, and Julie Harris Nelson.

YOUR NEXT CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE WILL BE .....

Chosen from among the 15 finalists that are being interviewed next week by the JNC to replace Judge Blake.  On Friday, October 28, 2016, the following attorneys and County Court Judges are scheduled to be interviewed, (we have it on good word that the number has been reduced to 14):

9:30 a.m. Raul A. Cuervo

9:50 a.m. Andrea Ricker Wolfson

10:10 a.m. Spencer Jet Multack

10:30 a.m. Alexander Spicola Bokor

11:10 a.m. Jason Emilios Dimitris

11:30 a.m. Pamela M. Gordon

11:50 a.m. Joseph J. Mansfield

12:10 p.m. Lourdes Simon

1:30 p.m. Elijah A. Levitt

1:50 p.m. Victoria del Pino

2:10 p.m. Jason E. Bloch

2:30 p.m. Wendell Mitchell Graham

3:10 p.m. Milena Abreu

3:30 p.m. Ayana N. Harris

3:50 p.m. Carlos Alberto Lopez, Jr.

The JNC will send between 4-6 names to Governor Scott and he will have 60 days to make the appointment.  Therefore, we should have a new Circuit Court Judge by no later than New Year's Eve.

CAPTAIN OUT .....
Captain4Justice@gmail.com





9 comments:

Anonymous said...

It a lock----Jason (37mm) Bloch

Anonymous said...

Bokor, another lightweight with no private practice or life experience.

Anonymous said...

Is there any relationship between the Spicola Bokor who has been appointed county court judge and the Spicola who is the governor's relatively new general counsel?

Anonymous said...

Rump - you hardly post enough lately, plus there are very few responses? I love the blog and want more content and discussion.

Anonymous said...

Wolfson! Wolfson! Wolfson!

Anonymous said...

Alex Bokor is a sharp guy. Smart as hell and a gentleman. The Governor got it right on this one.

Anonymous said...

422 your right working for the county attorneys office is nothing. it would be better if he was a defense attorney who split his fees with bondsmen so he could really understand what your pathetic practice consists of.

Bokor is right guy for the job

Anonymous said...

wolfson or simon are the picks here

Anonymous said...

This is sad. Governor Scott once again disappoints and misses the opportunity to diversify the Court. Not to discredit Bokor, but really when will Governor Scott listen to the multitude of articles that call for diversity appointments. I am sure all the candidates were more than qualified yet another white male gets the appointment. Sad.