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Kibbey Wagner Law Apr 20
Partner and Martin County Bar Treasurer Barbara Kibbey Wagner with President and upcoming president John Stewart.
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Replying to @vpsservices
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FSU College of Law Apr 20
Last Friday, we celebrated our students with food trucks, yard games and live music by Mighty Mongo, featuring 2Ls Alex and Lindsay Card. It was a beautiful day with our !
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Fla. Bar Admin Law Apr 20
Brent Spain from Theriaque & Spain speaking on Home Rule & local government law.
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Eighth Circuit Apr 20
Please be advised that all court events scheduled at the Gilchrist County Courthouse on Tuesday April 24, will be cancelled in honor of Deputies Ramirez and Lindsey, whose funeral services will take place on that day. First appearances will be handled in Levy County.
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Fla. Bar Admin Law Apr 20
Ron Meyer from Meyer, Brooks, Demma & Blohm speaking on Governmentl Ethics Update.
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Judge Bill Burgess Apr 20
Replying to @Barristerblog
In post-revolution America, Noah Webster and crew moved, eliminated and/or changed a lot of letters thought superfluous to our distinct version of the language. E.g., color, humor, defense, center, theater, apologize, maneuver, traveler, etc. 🇺🇸
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Matthew Scott Apr 20
Replying to @Judge_Burgess
With the "e" is standard in UK English, unless refering to a court decision, when it's "judgment".
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Judge Bill Burgess Apr 20
Replying to @Barristerblog
Both words mean the same thing. The form without the "e" is the preferred spelling. In America, the dominant form is the one without the "e" and the form with the "e" is regarded as a misspelling. 👨‍⚖️
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Matthew Scott Apr 20
If a judge says in a judgment "in my judg(e?)ment the claimant's arguments are to be preferred," do you spell "judg(e)ment" with or without the middle "e"?
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Virtual Paralegal Apr 20
Such brilliant wisdom from !
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The Florida Bar Apr 20
Live look-in at you at parties ...
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Steve Rogers Apr 19
Guess I will start taking vitamins now.
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Steve Rogers Apr 3
Congratulations to Marion County staff attorney Dylan Wade for winning the Inaugural Storm the Court Bracket Challenge.
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Kimberly Sands Apr 20
Pretty shocking and amazing story. Keeping children with disabilities out of the school-to-jail pipeline via
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HCBA Apr 20
Replying to @theflabar @13thCourtFL
It’s official!
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Rebecca Bandy Apr 20
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