Florida Justices Drop Complaint Against Former Judge
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Misconduct allegations against a former Miami-Dade County judge are being dropped because she has resigned.
The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed the complaint against Ana M. Pando.
She had been accused of sending a letter on her county judge letterhead to the state Division of Corporations urging the agency to reinstate a corporation owned or controlled by a friend and campaign contributor.
The high court dismissed the complaint at the request of the Judicial Qualifications Commission. The panel had found probable cause that Pando violated judicial canons against practicing law by a sitting judge and impairing confidence in the judicial system.
Pando resigned in November. She also has promised not to seek further judicial office.
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