Hon. Michael G. Allen See Rating Details

Circuit Court
Escambia County
1st Circuit
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General Inclination (1=Pro-defendant, 10=Pro-plaintiff)
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Comment #: FL2233
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Obviously biased toward the banking industry in a foreclosure case I have witnessed. The plaintiff is a fraudulent company with no employees, not incorporated in Florida or anywhere else, does not possess the original note, nor have they produced an assignment of mortgage. It was simply fictional company created for this foreclosure case and it's obvious to everyone. The defendant points out by law, they don't have the right to use our court system in Florida, yet Judge Allen allows them to post a $100 bond months after the legal deadline when the defendant should have been granted his request to have this circus stopped. It's clear this judge has a predetermined agenda for the outcome of this case and most likely any foreclosure case in his courtroom.
This guy was already demoted once. If you're in his court, be careful and hire a court reporter because you will certainly be looking at an appeal based on his cavalier take on the law that I have witnessed.