With a crocodile's calm grin, Ricardo Corona rises from his chair near the end of a long table of coiffed women and conservatively suited men, grabs a microphone, and tells a roomful of college students why they should elect him a Florida circuit court judge. "I was mainly in business before law school," says Corona, who could pass for an ex-football player with his shaved head and tan suit hanging from linebacker-wide shoulders. "I was a banker for 15 years. My last position was actually as director and... More >>>