WELCOME TO THE OFFICIAL RICHARD E GERSTEIN JUSTICE BUILDING BLOG. THIS BLOG IS DEDICATED TO JUSTICE BUILDING RUMOR, HUMOR, AND A DISCUSSION ABOUT AND BETWEEN THE JUDGES, LAWYERS AND THE DEDICATED SUPPORT STAFF, CLERKS, COURT REPORTERS, AND CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS WHO LABOR IN THE WORLD OF MIAMI'S CRIMINAL JUSTICE. THIS BLOG HAS BEEN CALLED "THE DEFINITIVE BLOG ON MIAMI CRIMINAL LAW" BY THE NY TIMES, THE WASHINGTON POST, THE POPE, AND DONALD TRUMP WHO ALSO ONCE SAID IT WAS "REALLY GREAT". POST YOUR COMMENTS, OR SEND RUMPOLE A PRIVATE EMAIL AT HOWARDROARK21@GMAIL.COM

Tuesday, January 09, 2018

PARKING PROBLEMS

Several alert readers sent us pictures regarding the on-going saga of Lot 26 near the REGJB.

Not a lot of spots available for cars that don't have red and blue lights on top of them

And so it goes.



From occupied America, where there are NO parking spots, Fight the power for a space. 



4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I pay $100.00 a month to park there and have to fight with cops for a parking spot.

No me gusta cops.

Anonymous said...

Bertie Soto used to do something about it. She would call police agencies and demand that they not take all of our parking spaces.

Anonymous said...

Although times change some things stay the same. When I went on the road in 1975 with the then named DCPSD there was insufficient parking for court at the Justice Building when we(officers) were due for court. On occasion we parked a marked unit on the grass or wherever so we wouldn't be late before the Court as we were lowly police officers and didn't want to disrespect the Judge by being late. On more than one occasion I returned to my unit to find a city of Miami metermaid had issued a parking citation. Guess city/county govt. hasn't changed.

Anonymous said...

Who's Bertie?