Hon. William W. Haury, Jr. See Rating Details

Circuit Court
Broward County
17th Circuit
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Civil Litigation - Private

Comment #: FL3470
Rating:10.0
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Judge Haury actually brought integrity and fairness to the forecloure courtroom in his brief stint in foreclosures. Unfortuantely, I guess the "powers that be" in our corrupt judiciary felt that he asked too many questions of bank's attorneys and held them accountable for their lack of preparation and fraudulent documents they constantly peddled before the court. He didn't tow the agenda laid down by the masively corrupt Florida legislature in Tallahassess to "clear the dockets" of foreclosure cases in Florida, or risk a cut in funding. The rest of the judicial hacks on the foreclosure bench in Broward, Miami and Plam Beach willingly went along with the state's corrupt agenda while thousands of homeowners were swept away in a tsunami of corruption, back door deals, fraud, graft and political payback. Judge Haury was one of the few with the chutzpah to stand agains the agenda and least provide a semblance of a fair process in foreclosures. His rewaard? of course, he had to be moved out. Welcome to Florida, "The Corruption State".