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The Honorable Marcia Del Rey, 11th Judicial Circuit of Florida. Courtesy photo The Honorable Marcia Del Rey, Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida. Courtesy photo

Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal ruled a Miami-Dade Circuit judge presiding over a divorce case should have disclosed she’d previously retained one of the attorneys involved.

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Zach Schlein

Zach Schlein is a writer based in Miami. Originally from Montville, New Jersey, he holds a B.A. in political science from the University of Florida and is the litigation reporter for Daily Business Review. He can be reached at his email address, zschlein@alm.com

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