Florida Judge Denies Making Racist, Sexist Comments Toward Attorneys After Complaint Filed

A Miami criminal defense attorney and his client will get a new trial after prosecutors agreed that the judge had made a mistake early on.

Florida Judge Denies Making Racist, Sexist Comments Toward Attorneys After Complaint Filed

 
A circuit judge in Jacksonville responded to a complaint and charges being brought against him by lawyers, claiming racist and sexist comments.
A Jacksonville circuit judge is formally denying allegations that he made demeaning comments about women and said black people should “go back to Africa.”

Hulsey, who is running for re-election, requested a hearing.

Hulsey is accused of telling a staff attorney that black people should get on a ship and “go back to Africa.” He’s also accused of using derogatory terms to refer to a staff attorney, and of ordering his judicial assistant to perform personal tasks.

Hulsey denies making the comments, and says an assistant volunteered to take his wife to a medical appointment.

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