Kim is running in an open seat, which means a judge
is retiring, and there is a vacancy.
practiced for 26 years in many areas of the law, and
would be qualified to preside in either a criminal
or civil courtroom.
Kim has handled: all types of criminal cases and
civil cases, jury and non-jury trials, including
Felony, Misdemeanor, Kidnapping, Drug Trafficking,
Possession of Cocaine/Marijuana, Burglary, Simple
Battery, DUI, DUI Manslaughter, Trespass, Juvenile,
Baker Act and Marchman Act (mental health),
Foreclosures, Dissolution of Marriage, Paternity,
Modification of Final Judgment, Domestication of
Foreign Judgments, Contempt and Enforcement,
Collection of Debts, Domestic Violence, Corporate,
Adoption, Dependency, Probate (wills), Landlord
Tenant, Personal Injury, and Federal Immigration
Deportation cases throughout the State of Florida.
Kim has represented: physicians, firefighters, law
enforcement, business owners, nurses, attorneys,
teachers, pilots, school counselors, single parents,
elderly, private investigators, salesman, retired
persons, postal carriers and others.
"I went to law school to make a difference in
people's lives, and being a Judge would be a vehicle
to making sure justice is served.
I would bring my
26 years of legal experience practicing in different
courtrooms throughout the State of Florida, my life
experiences and community involvement to Broward
"A judge's job is to be fair, respectful, work
diligently and be prepared, be knowledgeable in the
law, and be compassionate so that justice is
"I promise that I will be fair, respectful, work
hard, be prepared, be on time, be knowledgeable in
the law and be compassionate, so that justice is