Fletcher accuses his opponent, attorney Tyrie W. Boyer, of trying to buy a judicial seat because Boyer has put $150,000 of his own money into his campaign account.
When voters go to the polls Sept. 5 in the non-partisan race for County Judge Group 1, it’ll be the first time they’ve had a chance to vote in a local judicial race since 1996.
This is Boyer’s third attempt to become a judge. The 52-year-old applied for two open judicial seats last year, once making the list of names recommended to the governor but never getting appointed.
You know, I haven’t been doing this family law stuff except for three days, but — and frankly, let me tell you, I truly believe in psychoanalysis. (laughing).
What Judge thinks it is funny he is unprepared, notes he hasn’t read documents, and then rules on items without reading?
Duval County Judges at their finest.