Ernest J. Mullins pledges that he will not hold a person's ethnic origin, race, gender, or socio-economic class as grounds for putting a person into jail.
Ernest J. Mullins pledges that under the laws of the great State of Florida and the code of Judicial Ethics, he will have no preconceived notion or bias as to someone's guilt or innocence based upon their name, color, creed or ethnic heritage.
Mr. Mullins understands that there are those people who do not want judges to be compassionate and understanding. There are people who want their judges to be "tough on crime." Ernest J Mullins has the appropriate temperament and perspective to temper punishment or to enforce the full extent of the law.
Ernest J. Mullins believes that the judicial process is a process of humanity. Understanding and compassion along with the sense of justice and fair play are just as important as knowledge of the law.
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