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Let's Talk About Logue!

 

With apologies to Celine Dion, I happen to think this is a good pick for Judge Ramirez' successor:
Logue, 56, has served as an attorney for Miami-Dade County, acting as counsel for the Board of County Commissioners and the property appraiser. “Tom brings to the bench an impressive record as a litigator and appellate attorney,” Scott stated in a release. “Equally impressive is Tom’s abiding commitment to judicial restraint. His career and his scholarly writings demonstrate a deep understanding of the notion that the rule of law, and not personal preference, must prevail in our courts.” Logue fills the vacancy created by the resignation of Judge Juan Ramirez Jr.
 That's ok, the Judge still has the power of the Blogger Pulpit.

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