Knows case law so well, she doesn't have to read it ...

It happened last week.  The worst experience your humble author has ever experienced in a court of law.  After countless brouhahas with Broward badasses like Sheldon Schapiro, Lenny Feiner, Eileen O'Connor, Gardiner, Cheryl Aleman, and the mighty Dale Ross, it took Palm Beach county judge Marni Bryson to leave the worst aftertaste ever over an eleven year career of nearly daily visits to court. 

Yes, it was that bad.  A trial matter before gentleman Frank Castor was snapped up by Bryson, who we'd never encountered before.  The snippets of giggles from some of the knowing lawyers assembled in Castor's courtroom as the case was being reassigned were the first clue it was going to be a bumpy ride.  It was anything but a laughing matter eight hours later.

We won't bore you with the specifics.  The whole mess is now in the extremely capable hands of the PD's appeals team, and the circuit court in its appellate capacity.  We're certain it will all be straightened out.  That being said, anyone familiar with the blog knows we've got a whole new, all-consuming purpose in life, and it's name is MARNI.

The digging started that same evening.  Every Palm Beach lawyer we know found their cell phones ringing.  Reactions ran the gamut from surprise to knowing consolation.  Apparently all lawyers are not created equal in the treatment doled out from the dias.  Newbies and out-of-towners mostly seem to feel the pain, while most defendants seem to benefit from an easygoing sentencing policy, which most likely diffuses pissed off lawyers and stymies many well-founded appeals (but that ain't happening in this case).  One call led to another, and soon we had a list of recommended contacts.

Later in the evening, a trusty Google search was executed.  Instant paydirt!  Gardiner-esque boyfriend rumors in the newspaper here and here, a controversy over not disclosing a misdemeanor battery "charge", an official sanction for filing 'inaccurate or incomplete' financial disclosure reports, and a related complaint by an election opponent that Bryson may have improperly funded her campaign  (this issue apparently went nowhere at the time, although we're hearing there may be more on the topic coming soon, so stay tuned ... ).  A virtual bonanza at the click of a mouse!

A trip over to the Palm Beach Supervisor of Elections site was also illuminating.  Bryson spent a whopping $214,522 to win the precious robe, including $162,750 in personal loans.  That's a lot of green for a $134,280 a year job, spent while making $65,000 a year as an Assistant Attorney General, after only nine years as a lawyer.  We haven't found her current financials online, but rest assured we'll get them and post soon.  It'll be interesting to see if she's got another bank roll in reserve to withstand our challenge (or yours) in 2016, if she runs for reelection.

In any event, we hope you'll enjoy our latest obsession, and hope you'll lend a hand.  A lot of people have complained in private, but tell us they're afraid to come forward.  That's nothing to be ashamed of, considering real world professional concerns.  Still, there's nothing stopping you from dropping an anonymous comment, or calling our cell, or utilizing the specially created, 100% confidential email account whoismarnibryson@yahoo.com.  Tell us where to look, and who to call, just in case there's anything out there the public should know about one of their most trusted public officials. 

Confidentiality is guaranteed!

Coming Soon - Fourth DCA Justice Peter Blanc?


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  • 1/24/2013 4:56 AM Jimmy D. wrote:
    Another one, eh? At least give us some background info. Do we have one with a solid educational foundation, not that it means anything once you put on that ROBE, or a product of some second-rate NY-NJ-PA-CT college plus a degree courtesy Florida's surfeit of 4th tier Law Schools??
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  • 1/24/2013 7:08 AM Anonymous wrote:
    You've just brushed off the surface on this winner! You won't have to dig very deep at all to figure out what this chick is all about.
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  • 1/24/2013 8:22 AM Frat Stud wrote:
    Guys in my high school used to spend their bat mitzvah money on judgeships. It was no big deal.
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  • 1/24/2013 8:52 AM Anonymous wrote:
    She do have bad case robe fever.
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  • 1/24/2013 9:00 AM Former APD wrote:
    Carey kind of turns a blind eye. It's frustrating.
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  • 1/24/2013 9:19 AM Anonymous wrote:
    Blanc would be good on the 4th.
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  • 1/24/2013 9:21 AM Anonymous wrote:
    she looks like tea leoni's ugly sister
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  • 1/24/2013 10:17 AM Jack Thompson wrote:
    Looks to me like she needs a JQC complaint filed against her. Hey, I'm happy to oblige. What are they going to do--disbar me again? But there's always double secret probation, I guess. Someone must put their foot down, and that foot is me. Consider it done, you animals!
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  • 1/24/2013 10:36 AM Anonymous wrote:
    Dont make me laugh. They protect Judges like this.
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  • 1/24/2013 10:50 AM Jack Thompson wrote:
    Ahhh, but that's the point. The JQC/Supreme Court/Bar juggernaut does protect the guilty and persecutes the innocent. That's the point. The failure of the JQC to act on this schlump will prove just how corrupt the system is. Ever hear of Martin Luther King, Jr.? He exposed the corruption, the flaws of the Leviathan and in doing so brought it down. So a complaint against this goofball will either bring her down or the system down. Sounds like fun.

    And by the way, I got disbarred for saying less than the above, all true in my case, about a jerk judge by the name of Ron Friedman here in Miami-Dade. Bill Gelin, get ready for The Bar's assault. Happy to help. Jack
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  • 1/24/2013 11:45 AM Satz squad wrote:
    And just when I was beginning to get interested in being on the the Satz squadron. Sorry to hear you had a bad experience, but aren't you a little over zealous to ruin someones career because of your lousy day in court?
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  • 1/24/2013 11:48 AM Anonymous wrote:
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  • 1/24/2013 11:50 AM Faux Artie Lange wrote:
    Mwahhhhhhhhhh...A county judge hurt my feelings and made me look bad in front of my client.

    Mwahhhhhhhhh....I'm going to write articles about her on my Bwog so that she has to recuse herself off all future cases I have with her.

    Mwahhhhhhhhh......The Judges in Palm Beach don't know who I am....Hasn't my big-headed bowtied buddy called them to give them advance notice of me coming.


    Quit yer bitchin Gelin and if this blog is just going to devolve into you linking to other articles or boring yesterday's news on Ana G. and your personal gripes, this place really is dead.

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  • 1/24/2013 11:54 AM Anonymous wrote:
    Let's hear more about the trial. If she hurt the client or messed with the trial because she didn't like the lawyer she shouldn't be allowed on the chair. What went down?
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  • 1/24/2013 12:34 PM Hurricane Marni wrote:
    Is Bryson the Judge who issued a bunch of warrants during the hurricane day?
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  • 1/24/2013 12:51 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Don't hate on Bill because he's the only one with the balls (and blog) to fight back.

    Bryson is horrible.

    Thanks to Bill maybe she'll change.
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  • 1/24/2013 1:03 PM Anonymous wrote:
    judgeing by the news articles she ruined her career all by herself
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  • 1/24/2013 1:51 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Who names their kid Marni? Was Hazel already taken or something?
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  • 1/24/2013 2:21 PM FM wrote:

    When you have a trial do you wear a coat? Just sayin...
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  • 1/24/2013 2:22 PM FM wrote:
    ...I mean, if you showed up in my court looking like you do I'm pretty sure that I would not be the most accommodating.
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  • 1/24/2013 2:24 PM FLORIDA U KNOW THIS COURT wrote:





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  • 1/24/2013 2:33 PM JayzPb wrote:
    At least Miller's gone. Ping ponging from Miller to Bryson was a rough morning.
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  • 1/24/2013 2:55 PM Anonymous wrote:
    My girl wants to party all the time, party all the time party all the tiiiime........
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  • 1/24/2013 3:29 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Imho Marni's relative lack of experience and basic knowledge of the law results in brusqueness.
    Maybe elected judiciary isn't a good idea after all.
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  • 1/24/2013 3:37 PM Anonymous wrote:
    I think she's vindictive.
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  • 1/24/2013 3:54 PM Anonymous wrote:
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  • 1/24/2013 4:14 PM Anonymous wrote:
    We won't bore you with the specifics. The whole mess is now in the extremely capable hands of the PD's appeals team, and the circuit court in its appellate capacity. We're certain it will all be straightened out. That being said, anyone familiar with the blog knows we've got a whole new, all-consuming purpose in life, and it's name is MARNI.

    Rodney Wilson Bryson, Esq., her dad
    Rodney Wilson Bryson, II (Jr) brother works at Public Defenders office in Palm Beach
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  • 1/24/2013 4:51 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Is that why the PD doesn't fight her?
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  • 1/24/2013 5:45 PM Anonymous wrote:
    She's state oriented at trial
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  • 1/24/2013 5:59 PM Gail wrote:
    You should ask judge Blanc why he would put a woman hater (judge French) in the family division.
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  • 1/24/2013 7:50 PM re Bill Jailem wrote:
    Truer "Mwaahh's" never spoken. Nice.
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  • 1/24/2013 8:30 PM Stranded wrote:
    Another fine mess Marmie!!!
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  • 1/24/2013 11:19 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Wow! So that is what this blog has become; the Gelin gripe blog? And you complain about getting "home towned" when Broward County judges are known across the state as being the most protectionist (and unabashedly at that)? Here's a suggestion: give the blog back to the JAA and take your ball and go home. What a loser!
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  • 1/25/2013 8:38 AM Anonymous wrote:
    Ha time to look in wpb closets eh?
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  • 1/25/2013 9:17 AM Home Town wrote:
    Home Towned? Is that when a defendant is cheated out of constitutional rights and protection because a lawyer is from a different jurisdiction?

    Sounds like a Trial Tax when a defendant is given more time because a trial ensued instead of a 2 minute plea.

    None of those things happen in real world do they?

    No wonder everybody hates lawyers cops judges.
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  • 1/25/2013 1:57 PM Anonymous wrote:
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  • 1/25/2013 2:04 PM Skipper wrote:
    Yeah, and while you were gone I was fucking you know who in the ass, then watching her lick her shit & my cum off my cock-while looking at your picture. She said I'm much bigger and better then you. Lynn knows me for sure!
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  • 1/25/2013 2:15 PM Alan wrote:
    @skipper - do you really have to be this rude and crude on this blog! How disgusting and unprofessional! You're a sick sick person!!!
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  • 1/25/2013 4:08 PM Skipper wrote:
    Why thank you! If the author of this blog chooses to air his slanders against any member of the legal profession who he has disagreements with, then he must face up to the blow-back and bad karma he unleashes. Gelin is a bottom-feeding slug whose ethics and character are beyond reproach-so too bad, the truth hurts. BTW, I had a three way with your wife and my dog: dog fucked wife while I fucked dog, then wife licked dog shit and human cum off my cock while I licked dog shit out of her still-sweet pussy. the dog & I had fun,do you?
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  • 1/25/2013 4:57 PM Anonymous wrote:
    Muck the Rake! Rake the Muck!
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  • 1/25/2013 5:26 PM Anonymous wrote:
    He's been right about all the others. Let's see what happens next? Or is that what you're worried about?
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