As a private person, I can be (sometimes) excused for being a little violent, or a little impatient. I expect to be given a second chance.
However, I think that a County Judge should be held to a higher standard. When a judge thinks that he can get into a fight with a public defender, and then be given a second chance, he better think again. And if he actually IS given that second chance, there is something seriously wrong with the legal system.
To: Mr. Blaise Trettis, Public Defender
18th Judicial Circuit Public Defender
Brevard County, Florida
From: Norm DeGuerre, Esq.
Deputy Public Defender, County of Santa Asphalt
Re: Recent Job Opening
Dear Mr. Trettis:
I hope this letter finds you doing well. My name is Norm DeGuerre, and when I am not exorcising my professional demons through anonymous blogging, I am a trial attorney with the public defender’s office in “Santa Asphalt,” CA. Don’t bother looking at a map, because this is not the name of a real county. Santa Asphalt is my affectionate pet name for my jurisdiction, which makes up for the lack of thriving small businesses by creating a glut of empty, sprawling retail spaces under 3 stories in height.
But I digress.
I understand that you have a position open in your office; I write you…
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