Order in the Court -a profile of Judge Perry

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  1. ZsaZsa

    ZsaZsa Active Member

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  3. Intermezzo

    Intermezzo Well-Known Member

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  4. katydid23

    katydid23 Verified Juanette

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    Great article. Thank you. I was wondering about who Belvin Perry was as a child and his background. He is a very down to earth person and I can see why.

    ETA; I had wondered why his eye was droopy. Now I know he lost his eye at age 6. wow
     
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    Great article, I learned a lot about His Honor....

    (note to self: move butcher knives out of sight)
     
  6. Sooner Fan#1

    Sooner Fan#1 Rest in Peace

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    I had learned much of this through my research of HHJP but lots I didn't know. I feel much better knowing this case will be in his hands.
     
  7. ExpectingUnicorns

    ExpectingUnicorns . . . only the pure of heart can see.

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    This is a must read. Brad Kuhn has revealed so much about HHJP's life that it makes me wonder about HHJP's level of cooperation with this article. Not that I think anything is bad or disturbing but that I'm surprised that HHJP would be quite so "open" about so many private things. I am so pleased, though, to know that we don't have a judge sitting over this case who thinks he is almost as perfect as God.

    I, as other posters here, have been worried about his eye drooping. It seems to happen more often during stressful times in the court proceedings so I was grateful to read the following and understand the cause.

    Now I won't have to keep praying that he won't have a stroke or something during the trial! God bless him.
     

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    logicalgirl Peace Hawk

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    Isn't that a wonderful read? :heartluv:

    I'm not worried about a mistrial or appellate issues for a nanosecond.:skip:
     
  9. sleutherontheside

    sleutherontheside Retired WS Staff

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    I have really enjoyed watching this Judge in action. Having lawyers and Judge's in my family I really appreciate the subtle but powerful way that His Honor manages the courtroom.

    While some may be concerned that his occassional leeway with the DT is demonstrative of not enforcing rules, I see it differently. I see a Judge managing his courtroom and maintaining a schedule. He is accommodating when it presents a possible appellate issue, and he is resolute when it is a mere matter of respect and following orders.

    I had wondered about the droopy eye. It is kind of adorable. I had no idea he has only one that works. Knowing that now irritates me more to think about how CM exploits his selective hearing issue / impairment / condition / or trademark.

    While we have all commented how stupid it was to to push SS out......I think that JB is actually in MUCH better shape with this Judge. HHJP has consistently coached, educated, guided, and "helped" JB.

    The assertion that His Honor is biased is just legal gamesmanship. While insulting to many, I doubt it even phased Judge Perry. This isn't his first rodeo. (But wouldn't he be just adorable in a cowboy hat?)
     
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    Melanie Inactive

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    What a wonderful human being - that's all I can say. The article was so well written, I give huge kudos to the author.

    The one thing that worries me is that His Honour is so immersed in this case I'm afraid he may forego his health in doing so. I know he has the wisdom to get enough sleep, but his passion for the law and justice appears to outweigh his own healthy best interest. I hope he takes the time to get on the treadmill, or sit out in the backyard and drink lemonade. And if Baez starts in on him (ojecting to His Honour's rulings) I will have a massive fit.

    There's one thing I know I won't be expecting -- a judge Ito circus. I'll never forget the day he displayed flowers on his bench that many speculated were from a fan. They were quickly removed (and my apologies - I can't find a picture...just going from memory).

    I'm so please His Honour is there for Caylee Marie Anthony. It's the way it should be.

    MOO

    Mel
     
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    Melanie Inactive

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    I know - that was incredibly tragic. Though I do believe the accident made him a much stronger person.

    And I never noticed the eye myself, just the leg (which seems to hop only when Jose is being...well...Jose).

    MOO

    Mel
     
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    MAMABEAR New Member

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    Cried when i read this article. Think i lub him more than i do me lil paddy (lp)

    sur hope jb reads this. His leg bouncin make me grin e-time i see it. Think i noticed him coverin a grin a couple of times (wasnt that) friday? The last time. Days r turned around and flipped upside down lately.
     
  13. katydid23

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    I agree about the tragedy making him stronger. I cannot imagine a 6 yr old losing an eye to a butcher knife. How horrifying and painful that must have been for him, and his family. To make it through that is a true inspiration.

    I already had the utmost respect for him, but this makes me love him as a person as well, imperfections and all.
     
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    ICA needs to see this article. He has presided over 8 DP cases, and awarded the DP in all! Why on earth should she be any different?
     
  15. Schmerty_Jones

    Schmerty_Jones ________________ Even if you're on the right

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    I really can't contain my anger when the DT behave abominably to the SA & HHJP.
    This is a case when we show our humanity, honesty & respect for our Creator & his world & man created in his image. I simply cannot believe that grown-up, educated people can disparage the death of helpless child by her own parent & create a circus of disrespect for the investigation & trials according to the laws of our country & of our Creator God.
    I only hope that fairness & obedience will prevail .God's blessings & good health to HHJBP, as well as to LBD,JA , and all the SA. I really find the behavior of:maddening: the DT despicable , puerile & at times vulgar!!!
     
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    Thnaks for pointing that out...I to worried about the stroke factor....I also started watching to see if both eyes blinked at the same time....
     
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    Me too. It's unfortunate that the first thing that popped into my mind if anything happened to His Honour was JB jumping out of his chair and yelling MISTRIAL. I don't think he (JB) would help out a fellow human being if his life depended on it. He'll come to regret his actions if and when he shows up to the pearly gates.

    MOO

    Mel
     
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    what an incredible and inspiring article. this guy's had a hell of a life eh? no wonder he is so good at what he does.


    side note: I always thought the DT made a ridiculous mistake (for them) in wanting to rid themselves of HHJS. I never did think he would sentence ICA to death. HHJP I believe will uphold what the jury asks for.
     
  19. LiveLaughLuv

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    I do hope ICA has read up on The Honorable Chief Judge Perry, Jr...he will have no problems sending her to death row, if this is what her jury recommends. He has carried out that sentence many times, so ICA isn't different, isn't special and definately not unique...the only difference now is she would get put to sleep, much more kinder than she was to Caylee Marie...doesn't seem fair but it is a more humane way of taking the worst of society out of society for ever and always...I await her fate...(If I can get through the entire trial...my nerves from Baez can't take much...)


    He will ensure she gets a fair trial, will give her DT money when requested and is very watchful of what he states...I have pure faith in His Honor and the State Prosecutors, they represent upholding the laws of the land and see that the victim receives justice, while the DT tries to make a mockery of justice..and to deny justice to the victim...in the end, Justice will be done...Caylee's justice will be sweet...JMHO

    Justice for Caylee
     
  20. Apex-mom

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    Wonderfully well-written article, glad to have read it.

    My favorite part is where they compare his and Judge Strickland's records on the death penalty. To think the DT complained about a judge who had NEVER sent ANYONE to Death Row to a judge who is 8-0 is incredible. or miraculous, whichever way you want to look at it.

    Justice is coming Caylee....
     
  21. GetSmart

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    http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2007-01-30/news/MAXWELL30_1_elevator-belvin-perry-trapped

    Belvin Perry doesn't mind admitting it:

    January 30, 2007|By Scott Maxwell, Sentinel Columnist
    Belvin Perry doesn't mind admitting it:
    For the first 60 seconds after the power went out -- and he found himself trapped alone in the elevator -- Perry was in a "total panic."
    The Orange County Courthouse, after all, was abandoned on that Sunday morning. And there he was, six stories up, trapped in a steel box with no working intercom system and a cell phone that couldn't get a signal.

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