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Monday, May 12, 2014

Does Experience Not Matter??


I made a video about this topic but felt like it deserves a post. I can't understand how people do not understand that Law is Non Partisan. The same laws and procedures apply evenly across the board whether you are a Democrat or a Republican. It's in this light that I make this post. M.J. Caldwell is the only candidate that has experience with Criminal trials and this experience is what matters. Let us take a look at these stats again.


This is not personal at all. I am sure Jimmy is a nice guy with a great family and friends who support him because he is their friend, but he just does not have the experience that this job requires. I understand Gov O'Malley wanted to reward a Democrat buddy and this was his way, but a Circuit Court Judge is an important job that experience needs to matter. M.J. Caldwell clearly, I mean not even close is the right man for the job and who you should vote for on June 24th.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

It may be the most important election this year. A Circuit Court Judge sits for 15 years, hearing serious criminal, complex civil, all family law matters, and all jury trials. Experience does matter. Wicomico County does not need inexperience in a position that will possibly sentence people to prison, award large money verdicts, oversees divorces and custody of children, and handles all jury cases.

This vital position requires a deep understanding and experience in all these critical areas.

Anonymous said...

It may be the most important election this year. A Circuit Court Judge sits for 15 years, hearing serious criminal, complex civil, all family law matters, and all jury trials. Experience does matter. Wicomico County does not need inexperience in a position that will possibly sentence people to prison, award large money verdicts, oversees divorces and custody of children, and handles all jury cases.

This vital position requires a deep understanding and experience in all these critical areas.

Anonymous said...

"I can't understand how people do not understand that Law is Non Partisan. The same laws and procedures apply evenly across the board whether you are a Democrat or a Republican."

Not quite true as laws are open to a theory known as judicial interpretation. This is why there are appellate courts.
A US president's most sought after task is to nominate and appoint a Supreme Court Justice. This is because a republican nominee will lean toward more conservative opinions, while a democrat a more liberal interpretation.
The reason Omalley would appoint a fellow democrat is because they are more likely to see things Omalley's way in cases that may pertain to issues he is fond of and vice versa.

Jonathan Taylor said...

Which is bs best man or woman should always win