Re: Fla. Judges Move Chambers After Colleague Death
Posted by Deborah on 1/13/11
Apparently the reality is setting in upon some regardless of
future potential conflicts of interest or falling out of favor
w/ fellow professionals or possible contributors.
On 1/12/11, Sharon Kramer wrote:
> As posted on "Katy's Exposure Exposing Environmental Health
> Threats And Those Responsible"
> ABA Journal – Neighboring Fla. Jurists Move Chambers After
> Death of Colleague, Citing MOLD Concern
> Posted on 01/12/2011 by katy
> Jan 11, 2011
> By Martha Neil
> Concerning that a 52-year-old Florida jurist’s death from
> lung cancer last month may have been linked to courthouse
> mold, three of Judge Cheryl Aleman’s colleagues on the
> ninth floor have moved their chambers out of the Broward
> County Courthouse and are seeking environmental testing.
> “There were issues with a serious illness with one or more
> judges in the area,” Judge Patti Englander Henning tells
> the Miami Herald. “Prudence suggested that we request to be
> moved until they can test and determine what the problem is
> and how it can be remedied. And obviously, it was a valid
> enough claim that they were good enough to move us.”
> An article in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel says judges
> are also concerned about a possible asbestos issue in the
> Court employees have previously filed a series of lawsuits
> over alleged courthouse mold, and the issue has also arisen
> concerning other courthouses in Florida....
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