One of Broward County, Fla.’s most controversial judges will fight to retain her black robes Tuesday when she goes on trial before the state’s judicial ethics commission.

But beleaguered Broward Circuit Court Judge Cheryl Aleman claims she shouldn’t be on trial at all. Rather, her attorney and others who represent judges before the Florida Judicial Qualifications Commission insist the case against Aleman is the latest example of the commission overstepping its bounds.

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