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Candidate for Duval County Judge Rhonda Peoples-Waters

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In this episode I chat with Rhonda Peoples – Waters who is running for Duval County Judge, Group 6, in Florida. Having proper representation in the court system is important. Rhonda shares with us The role of judges, about the Lack of Diversity (Race and gender) in the Judicial system, the importance of being involved in local elections as well as national, What is an absentee ballot and most important what her platform is – Experience, Integrity, Service. 

More about Rhonda Peoples Waters: 
Rhonda Peoples Waters has over 20 years of experience in the legal system and has owned her practice for over 10 years. Rhonda is a proud graduate of Fisk University and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She has been licensed to practice law by the Supreme Court of Florida since 1999, after graduating from the University of Florida School of Law where she studied under an academic scholarship.  Rhonda began her career in the Public Defender’s Office of Florida’s 4th Judicial Circuit. Rhonda Peoples Waters has tried over 75 non-jury and jury trials in her career. She was the lead trial counsel in more than half of those cases. Rhonda’s practice experience is very diverse, having participated in a wide range of criminal and civil cases. Rhonda brings to the bench varied experience, a heart for service and a hard work ethic.

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