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Judge Joseph P. Baker

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Employment History

  • Judges
    Swarthmore College
  • Circuit Judge
    Orange County
  • Domestic Court Judge
    Orange County
  • Judge


  • undergraduate degree
    Swarthmore College
  • law degree
    University of Michigan
25 Total References
Web References
Swarthmore in the News, 13 Jan 2003 [cached]
Judges Joseph P. Baker, Ted Coleman and W. Rogers Turner -- each well-known because of their judicial duration -- have packed up their chambers at the Orange County Courthouse and retired.
Baker, 66, spent 25 years as a judge in Orlando and was considered one of the courthouse's reigning intellectuals.He said being a judge for so long offered many rewards but required a fair amount of personal sacrifice as well.
Baker, who attended Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania as an undergraduate and the University of Michigan for law school, has enrolled as a doctoral candidate at the University of South Florida in the Tampa-based school's philosophy department.
PHOTO: Many memories.Joseph P. Baker, in the Orange County Courthouse, was a judge for 25 years in Orlando.
St. Petersburg Times
January 12, 2003 Sunday
Headlines/Breaking News from Orlando Business Journal -, 3 Oct 2004 [cached]
ORLANDO -- Presiding over a 1999 civil suit, Orange County Circuit Judge Joseph P. Baker turned to books, friends, and his son-in-law -- an electrical engineer and computer expert -- for technical advice on the value and nature of technology at the heart of the case before him.
Headlines/Breaking News from Orlando Business Journal -, 14 Jan 2006 [cached]
Instead of responding directly to his wife's $200 million divorce suit, Orlando time share titan David A. Siegel is asking Orange County Domestic Court Judge Joseph P. Baker to throw out the 28-page suit completely.
Private interviews by judge? No, 11 Feb 2001 [cached]
The article last Sunday about Circuit Judge Joe Baker interviewing his son-in-law and a computer-consultant friend to help him decide whether to reduce a $2 million jury verdict against Disney Vacation Club Management Corp. to $1,000 misses the point.
If Judge Baker is convicted of violating judicial ethics in his upcoming public trial, it would be an irony indeed if, after Baker has hired a lawyer to confront and cross-examine witnesses, the decision was based on private interviews outside the courtroom. I have a feeling that his lawyer would appeal and win a reversal as Judge Baker was reversed when he did private interviews.
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