the 2010 Miami-Dade judicial candidate doesn't want Angel Gonzalez giving him
the thumbs-up either.
list on his campaign website, electmiltonhirsch.com, on November 27, days after
two Miami city commissioners were busted on public corruption charges in
of his clients. This past September, he accompanied the former Miami-Dade
County commissioner when public corruption prosecutor Richard Scruggs
against her protégé, Michelle Spence-Jones, who has been charged with felony
grant theft for allegedly taking $50,000 in public grants. Hirsch also represented Gonzalez's daughter in the case against her father.
judge to accept endorsements from those intimately connected with recent
scandals that threw Miami City Hall into chaos.
Hirsch, who did not return two messages left with his secretary to comment for this story, might want to weed out some other names on his endorsement list.
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