Tallahassee, FL—A wealthy White male citizen allowed by former Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell to impersonate a law enforcement official who among many other things interacted, touched, bullied, and mishandled children; Leon County Sheriff’s Deputy Dawn Dennis’ role as a notary—signing fraudulent documents—which should raise more questions about other documents that she may have notarized; Leon County Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Pearson’s perjured testimony as he testified on behalf of his former boss’ son, State’s Chief Prosecutor Jack Campbell; Leon County Sheriff’s Deputy Ronald O’Brien smuggling contraband onto PODs under the direction of State Attorney Investigator Jason Newlin and Chief Prosecutor Jack Campbell as they all plotted to murder a witness and then blame it on a juvenile inmate at the Leon County Jail; The District Two Medical Examiner’s Office refusal to release the victims autopsy reports to the defendant and the public; Second Circuit Judge James C. Hankinson, who by most resources is an Administrative Judge who was presiding over high profile criminal cases—sentencing a man to Death Row—and conducting case events outside of the presence of a juvenile defendant who had been charged as an adult—and withholding orders and motions from defendants case dockets—Leon County Clerk of Courts; former Second Judicial Circuit Judge Jackie Fulford who despite her previous unethical acts, continued to preside over many high profile criminal cases; Current Second Judicial Circuit Judge Robert Wheeler ruled on a case involving a minor who was in the Leon County Jail that lacked an arrest warrant and probable cause.
Tallahassee Defense Attorneys, Second Judicial Circuit Public Defender Lead Nancy Daniels and Eric Trombley, and private attorneys—Anabelle Diaz, Greg Cummings, Chuck Hobbs, Alex Morris and many other attorneys who practice law in Tallahassee, including the First District Office of Criminal Conflict and Regional Counsel’s Jeff Lewis and Daren Shippy, have apparently been taught to default to just go along with whatever path Second Judicial Circuit State Attorney Willie Meggs and his Chief Prosecutors Jack Campbell and Georgia Cappleman take them down. In a Pre-trial hearing, Chief Prosecutor Jack Campbell stressed to a judge, “I order judges…” The courtrooms in Leon County Courthouse are not under the order of the judges. Forty-three-year-old, Chief Prosecutor Jack Campbell, who worked alongside State Attorney Willie Meggs for more than a decade used his cell phone during open court, and stated to the presiding judge, “I order judges…” And despite the judge knowing that she shouldn’t do what he was ordering—she did it anyway. So, Jack Campbell was right, “I order judges…”
And in a grand jury hearing involving a minor child who had been charged with Two Counts of 1st Degree Murder and Possession of a Firearm by a Juvenile Delinquent, Assistant Chief State Attorney Georgia Cappleman presented fraudulent documents and a man impersonating a law enforcement official to the grand jury in order to obtain an indictment.
Many cases, past and present, have been mishandled by Florida’s Second Judicial Circuit officials—possibly to fulfill Florida’s private prison contract that guarantees 90% occupancy rate. For more than a decade, Chief Prosecutor Jack Campbell prosecuted criminal cases that were under the investigative jurisdiction of his dad, former Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell, who died in 2014, while still in office. Despite the many complaints from attorneys and families of defendants citing “conflict of interest,” in regards to the father/son duo, presiding judges followed Jack Campbell’s orders.
Florida Governor Rick Scott and Attorney General Pam Bondi were long notified of the…distortion within Florida’s Second Judicial Circuit, but both Governor Rick Scott and Attorney General Pam Bondi are/were depending on officials in Florida’s Second Judicial Circuit to not pursue charges against them for violating Florida’s Sunshine law. Governor Rick Scott spent more than $1,000,000,000 (million) fighting a legal battle to keep his emails private. And when he lost the fight—without a care in the world—Governor Rick Scott moved that $1,000,000,000 (million) over to Florida’s tax payers.
The Florida Bar seems to cherry pick what attorneys to discipline and what attorneys not to discipline. The Florida Bar has seemingly given the green light to certain attorneys to steal money from their clients. In a complaint against Defense Attorney Greg Cummings, who admitted to violating several Rules of Professional Conduct, The Florida Bar is being mute about Mr. Cummings having robbed a Black male juvenile defendant and his single mother. Mr. Cummings was aware of courtroom violations being committed by Chief Prosecutor Jack Campbell and Circuit Judge James C. Hankinson, so the question begged: did Mr. Cummings contact The Florida Bar about the courtroom violations on behalf of his juvenile client?
During Jack Campbell’s (“fake” Democrat) recent bid for Florida’s Second Judicial Circuit State Attorney, turns out Jack Campbell was prosecuting cases while under probation with The Florida Bar. Other opponents for state attorney, attorneys Sean Desmond (Democrat) and Pete Williams (Republican), sought out to bring fair and balance justice to Tallahassee. Unfortunately, Mr. Desmond and Mr. Williams are a part of an organization that is not fair or balanced. In the general election, Jack Campbell lost the vote in his hometown—Leon County (Tallahassee), which is where he was born and raised.
Massachusetts based non-profit organization, Represent.Us, alongside local groups in Tallahassee, worked diligently to get an Anti-Corruption Act Amendment put onto the ballot. In November 2014, the city of Tallahassee was the first in the nation to vote to end local corruption. At least 67% of its citizens voted to fight against corruption in a city where State Attorney Willie Meggs and former Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell, and their “Good Ol’ Boy” mentalities have dictated—irritated, intimidated and manipulated the live of people for more than 30 years.
According to reports, Jack Campbell was elected to be Florida’s Second Judicial Circuit State Attorney for the 2017-2020 term. The Florida Bar and many other individuals and organizations know all too well that every single case—past, present and future—that is handled by Florida’s Second Judicial Circuit (Leon County, Gadsden County, Wakulla County, Franklin County, Jefferson County, and Liberty County) will be subjected for recall. Any first year law school student at Florida State University Law School or University of Florida Levin College of Law or any law school in Florida or elsewhere will scream to have many of Jack Campbell’s cases and other cases under Willie Meggs reviewed.
The Florida Bar’s cherry picking of what licensed attorneys must abide by the Rules of Professional Conduct, seemingly cuts straight through all of the hard work Represent.Us and so many others put forth to end corruption in Tallahassee.
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