Florida Judge Tobin Resigns, Returning to Private Practice with Law Offices of Marshall C. Watson

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Florida Judge Tobin Resigns, Returning to Private Practice with Law Offices of Marshall C. Watson

Florida Judge Tobin Resigns, Returning to Private Practice with Law Offices of Marshall C. Watson

According to JAABlog, Broward County Judge Victor Tobin wrote in an email notifying all judges, Gov. Scott that effective June 30, 2011 he will be resigning as Circuit Judge and that effective July 1, 2011 he will return to private practice with the Law Offices of Marshall C. Watson.

If you recall last October, the Miami Herald published an article about the rocket docket called “Florida judges face avalanche”, where they quote Judge Tobin as saying, “Batter up,” as he finished signing one stack of uncontested foreclosure cases and eyed the next.

What is very puzzling here is exactly when and how discussions came about of possibly working together with a law firm who is under such scrutiny? Inquiring minds do want to know…how this all took place.

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3 Responses to “Florida Judge Tobin Resigns, Returning to Private Practice with Law Offices of Marshall C. Watson”

  1. TrickleUpPolitics says:

    Well, well. I smell a rat, but at least it explains the support of the Rocket Docket. Why would a judge resign a cushy state job to go work for a law firm that just paid hush money of $2,000,000 to the state? I wonder what the bait was.

  2. Maya says:

    Can he continue to hear cases that Marshall C Watson’s firm is handling? Seems like there would be a conflict of interest if he could. Also could there be some question about former cases he heard in which the Watson firm was involved in. He obviously was in talks with Watson about the job while hearing cases, so wouldn’t that make him biased? Is anyone of importance questioning this?

  3. gregory says:

    something reaaaaaaaaaaaally stinks in Floridaaaaaa
    Trying to be just like the banks,hireing from within their own little fraudulent KLAN

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