State: Hialeah judge violated judicia...

State: Hialeah judge violated judicial canons

There are 1 comment on the The Miami Herald story from Mar 19, 2012, titled State: Hialeah judge violated judicial canons. In it, The Miami Herald reports that:

Miami-Dade County Judge Ana Maria Pando, one of two jurists who preside at the Hialeah branch courthouse, has been charged by state judicial watchdogs with "lending the prestige of judicial office" to a friend who is the owner of several medical clinics that had appeared regularly before her.

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Sacramento, CA

#1 Mar 20, 2012
Sadly, and literally, I wonder if any of our judges and other politicians are beyond reproach. First the corruption report last month that showed Blagojevich’s own Illinois (and Chicago) leading the pack, and Florida trailing not far behind, then the State Integrity report, and now this. However, I’m sure Florida and the previous month’s other “winners” are glad to have not taken the crown in the State Integrity report. But seriously, I truly hope these reports and ethics/criminal violation exposures lead to much needed change. If the public takes these findings seriously and subsequently starts demanding that our leaders be held accountable then I’m sure some long-lasting improvements may result from the harsh truths revealed by the data presented in these reports. The corruption, lack of integrity, and lack of accountability is both sad and endemic. On a related note, a jurisdiction in Florida is now inadvertently setting itself up for an election fiasco that involves a corrupt judge who has several co-conspirators. You can’t make this stuff up...unfortunately it's 100% true and corroborated by two reports and extensive irrefutable evidence that is in the possession of agencies, including those within Florida's 8th Judicial Circuit (and Chief Judge Martha Lott and Chief Investigator Spencer Mann). The judge, and former prosecutor, at the heart of the issue is David P. Kreider. Take a look at
for more information. I say prison sentences for all those who think they are above the law, especially public servants whom we should be able to trust. Then and only then will the governmental paradigm undergo the shift that is so dearly needed. Unfortunately the lack of ethics, lack of honor, and lack of concern for one’s fellow man has infected governments worldwide on both an institutional and cultural level.

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