Florida’s Broward Circuit Judge Cheryl Aleman will have one fewer charge to defend herself against as she heads to trial next month on allegations of arrogant, discourteous and impatient conduct on the bench.

During a telephone status conference last week, the state Judicial Qualifications Commission dismissed a charge concerning Aleman’s conduct during a sick inmate’s request to be released from jail because he was dying of AIDS.

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