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Old February 23rd, 2018, 07:41 AM #11
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Old February 23rd, 2018, 07:43 AM #12
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Ted Nugent is running for Baltimore Circuit judge?

Thats awesome! Bench trials will be interesting!
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Old February 23rd, 2018, 08:29 AM #13
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forgive me if this sounds rude, or aggressive, but You have no idea how good these judges are and how bad you could fare with non qualified candidates. Aside from generalizations and what others might have told you, what personal knowledge can you have about all 5 judges? Do you know which of these judges carry guns, hunt, go to the range, collect guns? Support the 2A? Have tou bought kevin davisí ďstatistical analysisĒ where he blames all the city judges for light sentences when 90% of the cases he references are the result of plea bargains between prosecutor and defense lawyer? Maybe take a hard look at city govt?
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The city only annexed his street, just to piss him off.









That would certainly piss me off too!
Especially since I live in Harford County!
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Who appointed each of them?
4/5 appointed by hogan. 1/5 appointed 14 years ago. They are running uncontested. Canít vote against them. They work hard, take rgeir work seriously. Its a tough city. Very violent. Very dangerous. Some really bad people. These judges see more sorrow in a month than most of us do in a life.
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4/5 appointed by hogan. 1/5 appointed 14 years ago. They are running uncontested. Canít vote against them. They work hard, take rgeir work seriously. Its a tough city. Very violent. Very dangerous. Some really bad people. These judges see more sorrow in a month than most of us do in a life.
Which 4 were appointed by Hogan?

Is there any info about their approach to the catch and release justice system in Baltimore?
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4/5 appointed by hogan. 1/5 appointed 14 years ago. They are running uncontested. Canít vote against them. They work hard, take rgeir work seriously. Its a tough city. Very violent. Very dangerous. Some really bad people. These judges see more sorrow in a month than most of us do in a life.
We have heard during this past week and during the State Senate hearing that Baltimore real problem is repeat offenders. In one case an individual was release for a crime involving a weapon and was arrested shortly again after release for wait for ..... Yep another crime involving a weapon.

Just because you have a degree doesn't mean you have wisdom or the smartest rock in the pile.
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Which 4 were appointed by Hogan?

Is there any info about their approach to the catch and release justice system in Baltimore?
You can find brief descriptions of each judge's experience here:

https://www.baltimorecitysittingjudges.com/judges

I'd say some are culpable in the catch and release approach.

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Judge Schiffer served as chief of the felony review unit from 2007 to 2009, where she was responsible for felony charging decisions and presentation of cases to the grand jury. She was trial team captain from 2009 to 2012, where she trained prosecutors in trial work. Judge Schiffer served as chief of the violent crimes division from 2012 to 2017, where she was primarily responsible for the prosecution of stabbings and shootings.
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You can find brief descriptions of each judge's experience here:

https://www.baltimorecitysittingjudges.com/judges

I'd say some are culpable in the catch and release approach.
Well, I am bummed. When I heard Nugent was on the ballot I jumped at the chance to elect Ted Nugent as a Baltimore judge.

unfortunately, wrong Nugent....

I doubt this one will be as tough on crime.
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