Updated: Florida Supreme Court Suspends Gisele Pollack After Driving Drunk Arrest

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The Florida Supreme Court suspended Broward County Court Judge Gisele Pollack without pay for her actions on and off the bench while intoxicated.

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  • Painful Truther

    Judge Pollack‘s peers, associates and drug court team should resign and held criminally responsible for her accident which almost cost a man his life. Their action or lack thereof, is inexcusable. If anybody should have seen that train wreck coming, it should have been her drug court team. They are supposed to be trained professionals. NADCP, where are you?????

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