1.) 2014 BACDL Gulkin Award Honoree Hilly Moldof; 2.) TV's Jay Hurley and PWBC's Andrea Tianga; 3.) Bill Dimitrouleas, en route to Pat's bon voyage, earlier today; 4.) Al Milian and Howard Forman.  Al's hosting a big Broward fundraiser soon ...


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  • 9/13/2013 2:48 AM Anonymous wrote:
    Sexy Sadie, what have you done?
    You made a fool of everyone
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  • 9/13/2013 11:26 AM Anonymous wrote:
    Nice to see big Al NOT punching someone in a cthouse hallway for a change....
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  • 9/13/2013 1:57 PM High School Buddies wrote:
    Nice to see Jay's face clearly!! Good job as always.
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  • 9/15/2013 8:47 PM anonymouseinthecourthouse wrote:
    Doers anyone see the Yosarian solution is this black slapping honoraiamanaring? Reminds me of the 2000 Judicial management session re the PCA rule/law/opportunity for fraud upon the court by omission.
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  • 9/15/2013 10:08 PM Anonymous wrote:
    A Yosarian reference? Are you trying to confuse the jailers of Blacks?
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  • 9/20/2013 1:22 AM Stirring the pot wrote:
    RIchards isn't the one talking about Estrada Robinson. There are lots of people that she has burned. The question isn't her sexuality, bc there are gay judges on the bench.
    The answer to the question of how can she be a good judge is simply this: No. It would be completely hypocritical of her to take the bench in county court and sentence others for doing the same things she has done in her past. She may be being good now, but she wasn't right up until she filed to run. Here are some examples:
    1. Sleeping her way into promotions (like the PBA job) and backstabbing coworkers once she got there.
    2. Doing a bad job at the PBA that the new president was going to fire her bc the only reason she stayed in the job is bc Pat liked her. That's the only reason she is in private practice now, bc she had to resign or be fired.
    3. Driving drunk after bar hopping from bar to bar to strip club to strip club to Hardrock to gamble. Sometimes 5 places in one night, all after tons of drinks at each place.
    4. Using her job at the PBA to sleep with cops.
    5. Using her job at the PBA to fix traffic tickets for cops' family members by asking the ticketing cop to not show up or not testify.
    6. Spending her time at strip clubs getting lap dances, paying to go back into the private rooms for "one on one" time or "special treatment"
    6. Always having a wad of cash to spend on strippers and gambling from her cop husband who is undercover narcotics. Where does all that money come from? Its a lot of money that's been spent over a 3 year period, all cash.
    So how is it fair for her to judge a DUI, or a solicitation case, any driving cases, or anything at all?
    There is so much more dirt on her..........you don't want her as your judge.
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  • 9/23/2013 4:07 PM law her wrote:
    When I first started my practice I had an emergency with a client but still had one case left on the calendar. I ran to the courtroom and the only person in front of me was Hilly Moldorf. I begged to jump ahead of him to take a quick continuance. He promptly informed me that he took great issue with that as he was also in a hurry. He then got to the podium and proceeded to stand there and joke around making small talk with the judge. It took him about 10 minutes to address his case while I sat there sweating. I will never forget that and I am disgusted that this is person who we have put out as an example of excellence in our defense bar. He was about a centimeter away from being prosecuted in Miami. This is only slightly as shocking as to hear that you morons almost voted for a prosecutor to get the Gulkin award. Why don't you give the award to my cat. He is probably a better defense attorney than all of you put together. He actually has a set of balls.
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  • 9/24/2013 1:34 PM Wow 4 07 wrote:
    law her:

    Mr. Moldof tried the Penalver case repeatedly over many years.

    He fought the State, the JNC, numerous Judges, the press, the family, everyone - in defense of a much maligned client in a high profile case.

    After the not guilty verdict, Mr. Moldof walked out of the courthouse with Seth Penalver who had spent years on DEATH ROW. Seth would be dead if the current law regarding the death penalty were in place. Seth joins 23 other Floridians who have been sentenced to death row and later exonerated.

    Walking a client on a first degree murder charge with the intent to seek death is the highest calling and responsibility of true defense attorneys. Life is precious. Killing people who kill people to show people that killing people is wrong has no place in our justice system.

    Every good defense attorney has been threatened with prosecution of some kind...that's how the other side tries to intimidate us and keep us in line. Just take a look at the last 6 months Mr. Gelin has endured.

    Mr. Moldof has never said no to any defense attorney seeking advice and counsel.

    I will never forget the photo of Mr. Moldof's reaction to the verdict in Penalver. These two went through hell together, with only each other for support, as all good defense attorneys do with their clients.

    Instead of denying Mr. Moldof the opportunity to inspire young lawyers as to the true nature of our profession, I suggest that when you have a hearing, you get there earlier.
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  • 9/24/2013 2:44 PM lauren wrote:
    haha. . hilliard blows
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