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Appointment by House Speaker to Florida Commission on Ethics
It is my pleasure to appoint you to serve as a member of the Florida Commission on Ethics. By copy of this letter I am notifying the Ms. Bonnie Williams,Executive Director, and the Governor's Office. You should be hearing from Ms. Williams with further instructions. Should you have any questions regarding your appointment, please contact Edward Howlette or Missy Jones in the Office of the Speaker 850 488-7171. Congratulations on your appointment, and thank you for your willingness to serve.
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Categories: Ethics | Tags: Politics, Ethics, Judicial Branch, Certifications | View Count: (1812)
Judicial Races, Already Pretty Clean, Get Another Shot Of Antiseptic
Compared to other political races, judicial elections are a crushing snooze. The candidates, having law degrees, are circumspect by nature, and a rigid code of conduct usually prevents even the wildest ones from saying much. Still, no election is without at least a whiff of controversy or display of dubious judgement. Enter the Hillsborough County Judicial Campaign Practices Committeeformed in April by the county bar in association with with the spur of Circuit Judge Kevin Carey.
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Categories: Ethics | Tags: Judicial Policy, Politics, Ethics, Judicial Branch | View Count: (4913)

Winning The War

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Winning The War
Tom Scarritt understands the consequence. His decision to accept a voluntary job as chairman of a newly formed watchdog group means he can no longer publicly support his favorite judicial candidates. That’s a sacrifice for this politically active Tampa lawyer who managed Hillsborough Circuit Judge Kevin Carey’s election campaign nearly two years ago and who has financially backed the bids of several other judicial candidates.
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Categories: Past Law Cases | Tags: Ethics, Judicial Policy, Politics, Judicial Branch, Hillsborough County | View Count: (2322)
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