Judges set to Retire
Like Judges Jones’ judicial career, my legal career has spanned 35 years. I have known both Judge Jones and Judge Terrell for decades and they have been exemplary jurists in Florida’s panhandle. I first met Judge Terrell when I interned at the Public Defender’s office in 1978 and he had an excellent reputation amongst all attorneys as being hard working and tenacious. In fact, at the time no other lawyer that I knew had tried as many capital cases. They both should be proud of their accomplishment and Gross and Schuster wishes them well in retirement.
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