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Judge assaults public defender; no arrests made

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  1. Edison Exotic Excellence of execution belt Platinum Member

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    http://www.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/v...udge-and-public-defender-altercation.cnn.html

    CNN reports a Florida judge challenges a public defender to a fight, when the PD walks out into the hall way the judge grabs his collar and starts hitting him. Cops break it up and no arrests are made.

    Imagine if a normal person started a fight with a judge or prosecutor in court? They'd be locked up with the book thrown at them.

    Also, I checked and didn't see any other threads on this in the War Room.
     
  2. Ayin Black Belt

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    Brutal using a position of authority and doing something like that. If that Public Defender had of accepted and beat the judge down in the parking lot, the potential harm the judge could do to his life and his career is ridiculous.

    Also, I've never understood this 'challenged to fight' thing. There are actually places you can do that. Challenge them to a boxing match. Or even go down to a local club, lace up, and hit each other.
     
  3. Edison Exotic Excellence of execution belt Platinum Member

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    I'm sure the same judge has slapped people with fines or jail time for assaults, bar fights, etc
     
  4. Scrody Gold Belt Platinum Member

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    Lol what a weird story
     
  5. Tekk Brown Belt

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    Florida. Why am i not surprised?
     
  6. LucasWithLidOff Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    Yeah, judges break the law too.
     
  7. GearSolidMetal I'm here to chew bubblegum and bang your mom. Double Yellow Card

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    No arrests were made because those that enforce & make laws, are immune from them... For the most part.
     
  8. oldshadow Steel Belt

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    No arrest were made because no one had marks and no one wanted to press charges.

    The PD was being a real dickhead by witness accounts and the judge reacted badly.

    He should have just throw the PD in jail and been done with it.

    They may both still receive some kind of punishment by the bar.
     
  9. gocubsgo Green Belt

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    What an asshole. I can't even fathom why a judge would think that is OK. I'm just picturing the judges at my courthouse trying that. One of them I might be worried about. The rest are old or women whose asses I could handily kick.
     
  10. tkotom Fedor belt

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    They should tie the judge to a wall and throw books at him as a punishment.

    Hard cover preferably.
     
  11. Oiler Purple Belt

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    Meh...lawyer will sue. Id like the judge to attack me too.
     
  12. glennrod Just like mountain, ya paying your dues

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    Judge Dredd :icon_twis
     
  13. Bloody Pulp Gold Belt

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    Maybe the defendant invoked his right to trial by combat?
     
  14. MicroBrew Titanium Belt

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    Nods head.
     
  15. Quipling Silver Belt

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    The only witness account I've heard was that the PD was waive a particular right on behalf of his client. One he wasn't required to waive. The judge got mad, and asked him to step outside so they could "settle it like men." Then started punching him.

    So, what have you heard?
     
  16. DirkDiggles Purple Belt

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    I wish there were more of these fights. Back when politicians were men they dispensed with the fist o' cuffs for a good old fashioned duel. I think the Supreme Court once boycotted the funeral of a politician, not because the politician died in the duel, but because a rule was broken during the duel.

    Bring back duels!!!!
     
  17. AznTrojan Silver Belt

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    of course it's florida
     
  18. Armbars RIP Reckful <3

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    So?

    A judge's role is one of the utmost responsibility, he tells people day in day out that they are going to jail for such actions.

    He should be removed from his position and have some form of punishment.
     
  19. SleepyBoy Silver Belt

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    He needs to be fired.

    In any other profession, if you start punching someone at your work place you get fired and probably arrested.

    Unless you're a professional fighter, punching someone in the face should result in a termination of job 100/100 times.
    But hey, he is part of the justice system so of course he is above the law. I am sure the House of Authority Worship will be hear soon saying it's ok for Judges and Police to punch people because they were being annoying. That same standard could never be applied to anyone else in the real world.
     
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