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October 8, 1988 | Associated Press
Florida's Supreme Court, for only the second time in its history, publicly reprimanded a judge Friday, rebuking him for 14 judicial indiscretions that included waving a gun from the bench. Circuit Judge Wallace E. Sturgis Jr. of Marion County was summoned before the court and accused by Chief Justice Raymond Ehrlich of sullying his reputation. "This is probably one of the most distasteful chores that I have had to perform," Ehrlich told Sturgis and a courtroom audience.
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October 8, 1988 | Associated Press
Florida's Supreme Court, for only the second time in its history, publicly reprimanded a judge Friday, rebuking him for 14 judicial indiscretions that included waving a gun from the bench. Circuit Judge Wallace E. Sturgis Jr. of Marion County was summoned before the court and accused by Chief Justice Raymond Ehrlich of sullying his reputation. "This is probably one of the most distasteful chores that I have had to perform," Ehrlich told Sturgis and a courtroom audience.
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July 16, 1990 | From United Press International
Some Florida lawyers and judges are fed up with what they call "S.O.B. Litigators," who've adopted some of the brash mannerisms displayed by characters in the popular TV show, "L.A. Law." "It's a severe problem in the court system," said Geneva Forrester, a divorce lawyer in St. Petersburg. Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Judge Robert E. Beach said he has detected a definite pattern. The hardball attorneys come out of the woodwork, "Especially the morning after 'L.A. Law.'
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