4th DCA Schools Judge Who Held Juvenile In Contempt

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Indian River Circuit Judge Robert Hawley got schooled by the Fourth District Court of Appeal for putting a juvenile behind bars for five days on a contempt charge.

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  • Interested Person

    Judge Hawley is a very good judge and the people that come before him are treated fairly and with respect. He may not have written an order documenting his reasoning, but he is fair. I wish I could say the same for Judge Cox in Indian River County. She is totally off the well prejudiced and could care less about the law or the people in front of her.

  • time for the Judged to be judged , you get what you give

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