Following a three-day hearing, the prosecuting attorney in Florida Judge Cheryl Aleman's misconduct case recommended that the Judicial Qualifications Commission issue a public reprimand for behaving in a vindictive manner and using fear to control her courtroom. But Aleman's attorney said that the prosecutor had failed to prove that she had exhibited a pattern of arrogant, discourteous and impatient conduct. The hearing panel has no deadline to make its recommendation to the Florida Supreme Court.
Public Reprimand Urged for Fla. Judge Accused of Vindictive Behavior
Daily Business Review
December 10, 2007
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