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Florida Chief Justice Jorge La Barga

Florida: Guardianship reform thwarted by Judge’s wife

April 9, 2017

By John Pacenti/Palm Beach Post After years of lobbying state legislators, peppering them with horror stories about incapacitated seniors trapped in court-ordered guardianships, advocates thought they had a solution in hand. Lawmakers passed a bill in the 2016 session that would for the first time give Florida the power to regulate professional guardians appointed by judges to control the finances and the medical care of some of the state’s most vulnerable people. No longer would families [- more...]

America’s Decline and the American Judiciary

May 16, 2016

As I watch the world around me these days, I get a gnawing feeling of apprehension, sadness and disappointment that is palpable. Whatever we believed about America, whatever we were taught– as citizens of what was the greatest country on Earth in history–we must now face some hard truths. America is in rapid decline primarily because it is owned and run by predators and it remains “great” only for the biggest richest criminals (read income disparity) who are above the [- more...]