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George Zimmerman son of judge with sealed closed arrest record in Fla.

March 27, 2012 by legitgov

George Zimmerman son of judge with sealed closed arrest record in Fla. 27 Mar 2012 'Now we know why George Zimmerman didn't get arrested... No Words... According to court records, George Zimmerman is the son of retired Supreme Court Magistrate Judge Robert J Zimmerman, his mother Gladys Zimmerman is a court clerk... He has three closed arrests: 7/18/05 for resisting arrest with violence and battery on a law enforcement officer div 10... 8/9/05 for domestic violence div 44... And again on 8/10/05, domestic violence div 46 ***' (Live Radio Show)

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G. Zimmerman: what source is the date for the domestic violence

May 10, 2012 by LeaNder, 2 years 23 weeks ago
Comment: 2808

He has three closed arrests: 7/18/05 for resisting arrest with violence and battery on a law enforcement officer div 10... 8/9/05 for domestic violence div 44... And again on 8/10/05, domestic violence div 46 ***' (Live Radio Show)

 

There are only two closed cases in the database here, the resisting arrest with voilence and a traffic incidence.

Both contain two case numbers. In the first case one case number is the felony process, the second the misdemeanor process. This document shows that the his pre-trial diversion process or program lasted from 12, January 2006 till 18, July 2006.

Link for Orange County, Record Search http://myclerk.myorangeclerk.com/default.aspx

 

Click: All Case Records Search

Don't forget to add George Zimmerman's Middle Name: Michael

Under: Case Status check the "closed" option. "all" for whatever reason doesn't return the cases

I'd be pleased if someone could give me a link to the above source. I am interested in this bit of evidence "And again on 8/10/05, domestic violence div 46". Were did they get this date? It may not have ever made it into a case number, thus I can't find it in the database above.

Is This True?

March 28, 2012 by jeepster48, 2 years 29 weeks ago
Comment: 2741

This would seem to be easily confirmed . Why hasn't any reputable news agency picked up on this? I'm pretty sure that if this is true we have a cover-up of epic proportions

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March 29, 2012 by Melissa (not verified), 2 years 29 weeks ago
Comment: 2743

Sealed records are common place. Juvenille records are sealed (usually by statute). Most divorce cases with large settlements can be sealed. Civil actions where the parties come to a monetary agreement/settlement are often sealed.

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