Thursday, January 5, 2017

First Here: Judge Rodgers Sees Fit To Recuse Herself in Glover v. City of Pensacola

Judge Casey Rodgers has recused herself in the case of Glover v. City of Pensacola.  In a one sentence statement, the Judge stated:

"I hereby recuse myself from presiding over this matter.",

Recusal Order

For YEARS, I have highlighted the Judge's relationship with Ashton Hayward, including her daughters interning with the Mayor and the City.

http://pensacolad3.blogspot.com/2016/10/reap-first-pass-wrap-up.html

http://pensacolad3.blogspot.com/2014/11/hayward-used-tax-dollars-for-lunch-with.html

http://pensacolad3.blogspot.com/2016/10/you-be-judgeof-judge.html

http://pensacolad3.blogspot.com/2014/12/hayward-went-on-reap-related-trip-on.html

and most recently,

http://pensacolad3.blogspot.com/2016/12/the-glover-complaint.html

While she has seen fit to recuse herself now, why has she not recused herself before?

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Rut roe Scraggy"!! I can imagine the evil Mayor saying, "...And I could have gotten away with it if it wasn't for those dadblasted kids."

Anonymous said...

Hmm. It would be interesting to know whether she has recused herself from other lawsuits involving the City.

Anonymous said...

No reason or anything given? Wow....hummmmmmmm....makes you wonder why now, why this issue?

Anonymous said...

I know that you have been harping on the mayor and Judge Rodgers, and their backroom deals with REAP to relocate sex offenders to Brownsville; but you have to admit that they do make a cute couple. http://pensacolad3.blogspot.com/search?q=Hayward+lunch+

Anonymous said...

Thanks for staying on top of everything Maren. Myself and many others are checking your blog daily to stay informed. This is an extremely important case because it could effect many City employees who do not have union protection.

Anonymous said...


The only reason Rogers is recusing herself is because someone above her gave her a strong nudge in that direction.

Anonymous said...

Who is above a federal judge?

Anonymous said...

Fred Levin!