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Old 01-24-2008, 01:09 AM
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The seller should be fired. Not the time or place for that type of activity.
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Old 01-28-2008, 09:51 PM
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I agree that it is certainly wrong for her to impose on the jurors this way.

What amazes me is, that if she was selling these items as obviously as you have made it sound Jan, (announcing it to the group as a whole)...then how could her supervisor(s) not know what she was doing?

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Old 01-28-2008, 10:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Susan&Tom
I agree that it is certainly wrong for her to impose on the jurors this way.

What amazes me is, that if she was selling these items as obviously as you have made it sound Jan, (announcing it to the group as a whole)...then how could her supervisor(s) not know what she was doing?

They probably did. I have looked in the FL statutes and cannot really find a law that would impose any kind of penalty on this. There may be something in a FL or higher court case that relates to this but so far in my limited legal research this does not look strictly illegal in FL.

There's law which covers actions by state employers and county law enforcement officers but it would be interesting to see if a county employee like this falls into any class where the state ethical guidelines come into play.

Maybe, contempt of court??
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