Friday, September 26, 2008

Post-Discipline Contentions Rejected

The Supreme Court of Florida rejected a collateral attack on a previously imposed disciplinary sanction imposed against Montgomery Blair Sibley.  He had contended`that the order of discipline was improperly entered because the judges had failed to take the prescribed loyalty oath, a contention that the court characterized as "inaccurate and legally insufficient." Rather, the oaths had been taken at a "well attended ceremony." (Mike Frisch)

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