Family Circuit Court Judge Lawrence Korda Busted
Judge In Park Was Smoking Pot In Drug-Free Zone where children played
Florida, NAACP Demands Removal Of Family Court Judge Lawrence Korda
POSTED: 1:02 pm EDT March 22, 2007
UPDATED: 3:38 pm EDT March 22, 2007
"...Broward Florida Circuit Court Judge Lawrence
Korda is being charged with possession and usage of marijuana on Sunday, March
18, 2007... ...The revelation that Judge Korda chose to openly use an
illegal substance in a drug-free zone with children nearby clearly shows he is
undeserving of this important position."
Korda, who was part of the Anna Nicole Smith
proceedings, was in Stanley Goldman Park near Hollywood Boulevard on Sunday at
about 2 p.m. when police patrolling the park smelled marijuana, followed the
scent and found him seated on a bench, police said.
Korda, 59, was not arrested but was issued a notice
to appear in court and faces a charge of marijuana possession, according to
MARGATE FL, August 26, 2006 (Broward County,
Broward Sheriff Child
Protective Investigator arrested on Sexual Battery Charges for
allegedly coercing a mother to perform sex acts on two separate occasions, or lose her children.
ERIC M. FERBER of Lake Worth, Florida, is a four year CPS veteran for the
Broward Sheriff's Office
BY ROBIN M. PEGUERO
Broward Sheriff's Office child protection
investigator Eric M. Ferber, 48, is accused of coercing a Margate mother to
perform sex acts or risk losing her children, Margate police said.......
note: This documents the dangers to
yourself and your children if you allow a CPS investigator into your home.
By Blake Spurney, Editor - Thursday, June
8, 2006 9:32 AM EDT
Stories of overzealous Department of Family and
Children Services employees prowling for referrals and using people's
children as tools of extortion were true, according to the Georgia
Department of Human Resources investigative report.
1:06 am EDT June 24, 2006
LEHIGH ACRES, Fla. -- Three child welfare workers
were fired Friday over the handling of a case involving a 13-year-old girl
who was found raped and fatally beaten while in state care.
Investigator Erica Cesare was dismissed by the Florida Department of
Children & Families for negligence, misconduct and conduct unbecoming of a
public employee, according to records obtained by the News-Press of Fort
Myers. Also fired were supervisors John Taylor and Herb Glover.
Taylor, a 15-year employee, was Cesare's immediate supervisor and Glover, a
23-year DCF veteran, was in charge of all child abuse investigations in
Michelle Fontanez, of Lehigh Acres, died Feb. 23, three days after
prosecutors say she was raped and fatally beaten.
11:46 am EDT June 26, 2006
CLERMONT, Fla. -- A Department of Children and
Families case worker was arrested for domestic and child abuse over the
DCF caseworker Lorinda Nedelcove was taken to the Lake County jail after
allegedly beating up her girlfriend and punching her girlfriend's child.
U.S. SUPREME COURT
DECIDED MARCH 22, 2006
GEORGIA v. RANDOLPH
This decision makes it
MANDATORY for ALL law enforcement to obtain consent from all
tenants/occupants present, before a warrantless entry can be affected, and
reinforces the 4th Amendment.
This will help put a brake on CPS and police who accompany these warrantless entries, and both are liable for 4th Amendment
intrusions into homes.
Interlocutory appeal of
denial of qualified immunity: In 1996, the Supreme Court
held that successive interlocutory appeals are allowable to resolve legal
issues regarding qualified immunity. The issue, said the Court, may "require
more than one judiciously timed appeal." Behrens v. Pelletier, 516 U.S. 299.
But, does the failure to appeal the denial of a motion to dismiss on
qualified immunity grounds preclude a later appeal of denial of a motion for
summary judgment? No, says the Tenth Circuit, at least where the argument in
the summary judgment motion relies on evidence developed during discovery.
See Robbins v. Wilkie, 433 F.3d 755 (10th Cir.2006).
"Robbins had a
clearly established right to be free from retaliation for exercising his
right to exclude others from his property under the Fifth Amendment."
Lakeland, Fla. February
8, 2008 -- The Governor Appointed DCF Spokesman for the State Of Florida, Al
Zimmerman, was arrested Friday.
Police said Zimmerman, 40, asked at least two
teenagers to perform sex acts while he videotaped them. According to
prosecutors, each offense is punishable by up to 15 years in prison.