Probate Judge
Lynn Suggs

Dothan, AL

#141 Jan 11, 2012
Just to update yall...I appreciate the comments and support that some of you had for me running for Probate Judge...I actually thought about that once. Changed my mind. Alot of headaches in County Government. I still live in Blakely. No I'm not with the preacher...lots of rumours about my husband being with the preacher's wife though and a few other women's husbands too, I might add...but...I work in Dothan. I co-own and operate Professional Counseling and Consulting Services, LLC. where I am a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Thanks again for the positive notes...I think one day I might run for Probate Judge. I do believe in doing the right thing regardless of who, what or the issue and I think you have to be that way even in politics, but that's not always the popular way. But, above all, there's no reason not to be nice!
Fair

Perry, GA

#142 Jan 12, 2012
Lynn Suggs wrote:
Just to update yall...I appreciate the comments and support that some of you had for me running for Probate Judge...I actually thought about that once. Changed my mind. Alot of headaches in County Government. I still live in Blakely. No I'm not with the preacher...lots of rumours about my husband being with the preacher's wife though and a few other women's husbands too, I might add...but...I work in Dothan. I co-own and operate Professional Counseling and Consulting Services, LLC. where I am a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Thanks again for the positive notes...I think one day I might run for Probate Judge. I do believe in doing the right thing regardless of who, what or the issue and I think you have to be that way even in politics, but that's not always the popular way. But, above all, there's no reason not to be nice!
All I saying you would be a good one and fair . Thank you
Stephen

Ocilla, GA

#143 Jan 12, 2012
Lynn Suggs wrote:
Just to update yall...I appreciate the comments and support that some of you had for me running for Probate Judge...I actually thought about that once. Changed my mind. Alot of headaches in County Government. I still live in Blakely. No I'm not with the preacher...lots of rumours about my husband being with the preacher's wife though and a few other women's husbands too, I might add...but...I work in Dothan. I co-own and operate Professional Counseling and Consulting Services, LLC. where I am a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Thanks again for the positive notes...I think one day I might run for Probate Judge. I do believe in doing the right thing regardless of who, what or the issue and I think you have to be that way even in politics, but that's not always the popular way. But, above all, there's no reason not to be nice!
That is what we want someone that will do the right thing! You would be good.
Larry

Dothan, AL

#144 Jan 12, 2012
Lynn Suggs wrote:
Just to update yall...I appreciate the comments and support that some of you had for me running for Probate Judge...I actually thought about that once. Changed my mind. Alot of headaches in County Government. I still live in Blakely. No I'm not with the preacher...lots of rumours about my husband being with the preacher's wife though and a few other women's husbands too, I might add...but...I work in Dothan. I co-own and operate Professional Counseling and Consulting Services, LLC. where I am a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Thanks again for the positive notes...I think one day I might run for Probate Judge. I do believe in doing the right thing regardless of who, what or the issue and I think you have to be that way even in politics, but that's not always the popular way. But, above all, there's no reason not to be nice!
Yes everyone wants to feel they are treated fairly. I believe I would be arrested for spitting on the sidewalk even if someone else spit right beside me.
Margaret

Dothan, AL

#145 Jan 16, 2012
lmfao wrote:
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he can't handle a divorce case or a public drunk so yea he def will make a great judge. thanx for the funny. i needed it!!
But - just sayin - he does have a law degree. The probate judge can't handle "a divorce case or a public drunk" either can she?
Tommy

Dothan, AL

#146 Jan 16, 2012
Is it right to list children as someone else's - shouldn't we put they are stepchildren in obituaries? How does it make the biological children feel? How does it make the other biological parent feel? If a person raises children from when they are small it might be more understandable, or if the other biological parent does not live in the same town. Also, if the natural children do not object.
Betty Sue

United States

#147 Jan 16, 2012
Margaret wrote:
<quoted text>But - just sayin - he does have a law degree. The probate judge can't handle "a divorce case or a public drunk" either can she?
Look at the one in office now and explain to me what she's qualified to do? I think in most towns or cities they handle small things like filing papers and keeping up with birth certificates. I am I wrong or is the Probate in Blakely a real judge or what? At least he went to college and comes from a very nice family.
Vanya

Ocilla, GA

#148 Jan 17, 2012
And...our president has even been criticized for smoking.
Jimmy

Dothan, AL

#149 Jan 17, 2012
Vanya wrote:
And...our president has even been criticized for smoking.
Is fornication illegal?
Jess

United States

#150 Jan 17, 2012
Jimmy wrote:
<quoted text>Is fornication illegal?
I think they are giving the mayor a hard time about his personal life. I wonder how the probate judges personal life looks?
Not Hot

Barney, GA

#151 Jan 17, 2012
Jess wrote:
<quoted text>I think they are giving the mayor a hard time about his personal life. I wonder how the probate judges personal life looks?
You wil never no it all .Hot Hot Baby
Jess

Dothan, AL

#152 Jan 18, 2012
I bet we know more than she wants us to know. After all Blakely is a very small town. Most people know what the others are doing.
Jasmin

Dothan, AL

#153 Jan 18, 2012
Jess wrote:
I bet we know more than she wants us to know. After all Blakely is a very small town. Most people know what the others are doing.
yep you so right. We know or hear gossip. Might not all be right tho. I bet a lot is right.
Stephen

Ocilla, GA

#154 Jan 18, 2012
I can't imagine what happens in Early County with people that do not have money to hire an attorney to correct injustices or to defend their rights, if they are wrongly accused or if there is a breakdown in the judicial system. Even people with money and familiar with the law may have a hard time in a judicial system, if there is a breakdown. Sure, one might be able to get a court appointed attorney, but generally that would be just for criminal charges.
Shaneka

Ocilla, GA

#155 Jan 18, 2012
Hope we get a new probate judge too. Hope Torre Mills runs. He would be a great one. He is so smart.
Sarah

Ocilla, GA

#156 Jan 18, 2012
Do you think the more you stir crap the more it stinks?
Judge

Barney, GA

#158 Jan 19, 2012
Sarah wrote:
Do you think the more you stir crap the more it stinks?
Someone need to stir it up
Tottie

United States

#159 Jan 19, 2012
Stephen wrote:
I can't imagine what happens in Early County with people that do not have money to hire an attorney to correct injustices or to defend their rights, if they are wrongly accused or if there is a breakdown in the judicial system. Even people with money and familiar with the law may have a hard time in a judicial system, if there is a breakdown. Sure, one might be able to get a court appointed attorney, but generally that would be just for criminal charges.
Great news. I agree with you 100%. Visit the jails and prisons and see what is the majority race that is locked up.
Vanya

Dothan, AL

#160 Jan 19, 2012
Tottie wrote:
<quoted text>Great news. I agree with you 100%. Visit the jails and prisons and see what is the majority race that is locked up.
I can tell you which race it is. These poor saps get court appointed attornies that might not work too hard for them. Many don't know their rights. Many do wrong too becasue they can't make a living any other way.
Sammy

United States

#161 Jan 20, 2012
I would not have thought a person would need an attorney in Probate Court for criminal charges. I guess things have really changed. If you need an attorney the Judge should be qualified to hear evidence and hold a law degree. Domething is wrong with this if this is what is going on?

We must have fair impartial Judges!!!!

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