Is there is someone knowledgeable in the legal field who stoops so low as to read this blog that could be so kind as to clarify the definition of an impartial judge?
Perhaps I deciphered the meaning incorrectly, as it was my assumption that to be an impartial judge you must not show emotion. And furthermore, how is “emotion” defined in the legal sense? Is crying an deemed an “emotion” in legal jargon?
I ponder these things because Florida Circuit Court Judge Larry Seidlin was crying as he announced his decision on Anna’s body…of which court-appointed guardian of Dannielynn, Richard Milstein, was…ummm…awarded???
“I want her buried. With her son. In the Bahamas. I want them to be together.”
Why was the judge bawling? In fact, everyone in the courtroom was sobbing with the exception of Larry Birkhead. Even the lawyers.
Where’s the dignity in this judge? Where’s the dignity in any of these vermin?
Her death is a worse disaster than her life.