Hon. Robert T. Burger See Rating Details

Circuit Court
Brevard County
18th Circuit
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General Rating Criteria

* Temperament (1=Awful,10=Excellent)
* Scholarship (1=Awful,10=Excellent)
* Industriousness (1=Not at all industrious,10=Highly industrious)
* Ability to Handle Complex Litigation (1=Awful,10=Excellent)
* Punctuality (1=Chronically Late,10=Always on Time)
* General Ability to Handle Pre-Trial Matters (1=Not all Able, 10=Extremely Able)
* General Ability as a Trial Judge (1=Not all Able, 10=Extremely Able)
Flexibility In Scheduling (1=Completely Inflexible,10=Very Flexible)


Criminal Rating Criteria (if applicable)

* Evenhandedness in Criminal Litigation (1=Demonstrates Bias,10=Entirely Evenhanded)
General Inclination Regarding Bail (1=Pro-Defense,10=Pro-Government)
Involvement in Plea Discussions (1=Not at all Involved, 10=Very Involved)
General Inclination in Criminal Cases Pretrial Stage (1=Pro-prosecution,10=Pro-defense)
General Inclination in Criminal Cases Trial Stage (1=Pro-prosecution,10=Pro-defense)
General Inclination in Criminal Cases Sentencing Stage (1=Pro-prosecution,10=Pro-defense)


Civil Rating Criteria (if applicable)

* Evenhandedness in Civil Litigation (1=Not at all Evenhanded,10=Entirely Evenhanded)
Involvement in Settlement Discussions (1=Not at all Involved,10=Very Involved)
General Inclination (1=Pro-defendant, 10=Pro-plaintiff)
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Litigant

Comment #: FL4199
Rating:1.0
Comments:
He fell asleep multiple times during the trial. He laughed multiple times when the Defense attorney insulted the Plantiff's attorney. He would not allow evidence of perjury of a defendant's affidavit to be entered in. He stood at up at about 3:30pm on the afternoon of the first day of a two day trial and stated that he was "Bored" and the lawyers told him that they had to do their closing arguments in writing. When both lawyers told them that would cause unnecessary expense to their clients and that they could conclude their closings in 10 minutes each. He said he wasn't going to spend 10 more minutes listening to this. When the lawyers asked if they could finish the trial tomorrow as it was scheduled. He said he didn't want to hear any more of it because he was bored. After finally getting a final judgement, he wrote a clarification that was opposite of what the judgment said and stated at the clarification hearing that he didn't remember any of the details of the case. This man should not be allowed to drive or be on the bench.