Thursday, July 26, 2012

Judge Zloch Torpedoes State Attorney Primary Loophole Lawsuit!

See if you can tell how Judge Zloch ruled from the way he presents the issue for resolution:
The above-styled cause concerns the following question: whether individual voters not registered as Democrats have the right to vote in the Democratic Primary election for the office of Miami-Dade State’s Attorney when the Florida Democratic Party has asserted no interest in including or excluding said voters from the Primary, and the State of Florida has asserted an interest in maintaining a closed Primary.
Surprise -- the Court found it lacks jurisdiction, suggests the democratic process is the right way to change the statute, and notes that he would have found against the plaintiffs anyways.

You don't say!

6 comments:

  1. If you haven't been Zlocked, you haven't been practicing long.

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  2. Zlocked in the kisser!

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  3. I've been Zlocked. It's not fun.

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  4. Rumpole, stop .

    Ticket lawyers do not appear in federal court.

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  5. Why don't you write my name if you think you know who I am? Come see me and we can discuss this strange obsession and hatred you have.

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  6. Rump, I think you should pass the peace pipe between each other.

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