Category Archives: Judicial Philosophy

Embracing Dr. King’s Legacy: My Pledge to Justice for ALL

As we observe Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, I reflect on his enduring legacy and its influence on my pursuit of justice in my candidacy for judicial office. Dr. King's ...

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Stephen Brown for Circuit Judge

The Judicial Branch: Your Closest Connection to Government

In the heart of our democratic system lies the three branches of government, each with distinct roles and responsibilities. While the legislative and executive branches often capture the spotlight, it’s ...

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Upholding Integrity: The Crucial Role of Avoiding the Appearance of Political Influence in the Judiciary

As we consider the qualities we desire in our judicial system, integrity and impartiality stand at the forefront. A fair and just judiciary is the bedrock of any democratic society, ...

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Upholding Justice: The Crucial Role of Respecting Victim’s Rights in Florida

As a recent crime victim himself, Stephen Brown believes that there is still much to be done to by the Courts to uphold Florida victim’s rights. As a judge, Stephen ...

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