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More than 20 apply for Pinellas circuit judge vacancy



More than 20 lawyers applied to replace Pinellas judge Bruce Boyer, who is scheduled to retire Nov. 29 from the civil circuit bench.

Among the applicants are several Pinellas-Pasco prosecutors, including Gregory Groger, Christopher LaBruzzo, and Stacey Sumner. Statewide prosecutor Kelly McKnight also applied, as well as Pinellas-Pasco assistant public defender Eulogio Vizcarra.

Another applicant is Curtis Korsko, a former traffic court magistrate in Pinellas who recently ran for a county judge seat won by assistant state attorney Dora Komninos.

Also on the list is Lauralee Westine, a former prosecutor whose law firm focuses on statewide land use cases. She is married to Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri.

Here’s the entire list of applicants:

Anderson, Dustin T.

Beasley, Timothy M.

Colon, Amanda

Cox, Geoffrey R.

Frayman, Evan G.

Gay-Hairston, Shahtia

Goiran, Barbara Casey

Groger, Gregory Gene

Hawkes, Jeremiah Mahlon

Kidder, Nathaniel B.

Korsko, Curtis T.

LaBruzzo, Christopher

Marone, Christopher

McKnight, Kelly Ann

McLane, Sara E.

Meyer, Nancy S.

O'Connor, Kerry A.

Olivero, Shiobhan

Reeves, Frederick T.

Sumner, Stacey L.

Tremblay, Scott

Vizcarra, Eulogio Dillon

Westine, Lauralee G.


[Last modified: Wednesday, September 28, 2016 5:21pm]


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