There are two types of judges, de jure and de facto. De Jure means “in law” while de facto means “in practice”.
De facto judges are judges that have never signed their Oaths of Office and are acting as judges only in practice, but not under the law. Their judgments are not legally [...]
ABA Journal Law News Now
by Martha Neil, April 6, 2010
While she was still in practice, attorney Jessica Miller intended to repay the money she stole from clients, a prosecutor told a Florida judge at her sentencing hearing. But what he described as Miller’s plan to start an exotic animal sales [...]
THIS IS NOT THE ONLY CORRUPTION.
While Mr. Robinson is stealing property and bankrupting families for their money, he and his wife, Lisa Carlton, Former President of the Florida Senate, got paid almost $52,000,000 to live on their huge own income producing ranch. Was this another way to get tax payer money? Was [...]