Appeals Court Decision in Judge Vs Public Defender

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 By Mark Young, SouthFloridaReporter.com Managing Editor, Dec. 31, 2015 – This week the Fourth District Court of Appeals issued a ruling in the case of FENTON ROSS vs. STATE OF FLORIDA, et al. 

The case pitted a Broward Public Defender against a Broward County Judge. You can view the courtroom exchange HERE, and read the original coverage too HERE.

The decision:

By Buddy Nevins, BrowardBeat.com, for SouthFloridaReporter.com, Dec. 31, 2015 – Broward County Judge Jay Hurley – 1.

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Last month there were loud cries from Public Defender Howard Finkelstein and his office complaining that County Judge Jay Hurley had slapped a $1,000 bond on a homeless man accused of possessing Flakka, a dangerous outlawed drug.

The PDs office believed that Fenton Ross should be released without bond. But Hurley, seeing the defendant had two previous drug arrests in a little more than a year and had home making it questionable he would show up for court, imposed a bond.

Hurley and Assistant Public Defender Dale Miller clashed over the bond.

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