The Press: Just One More, Judge!

"It was a crude, vulgar and unbecoming display of a nasty temper." Thus wrote Florida's Supreme Court in 1953, scolding Circuit Judge Stanley Milledge for the way he had bawled out an attorney in his courtroom. In Miami last week, testy, white-haired Judge Milledge, 61, flew into another tantrum and onto Florida front pages in probably the least judicial photograph of a judge yet to reach print.

Touchy after jailing a lawyer for one hour for contempt of court, the judge ran afoul of a TV film cameraman in the corridor from his chambers to the courtroom, shoved the camera aside and...

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