By Marc Freeman, South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Last month, two organizations slammed the proceedings against Bryson as an “outrage,” making her the victim of “bogus allegations.”
The Palm Beach County National Organization for Women, joined by Families Against Court Travesties, Inc., said there’s a clear connection between Bryson filing her civil lawsuit and the misconduct charges .
“To see a professional legal leader being personally attacked by others in her profession is despicable,” wrote officials with the organizations. “She has done an exceptional job as a jurist and a mom, and these attacks on her are plainly politically motivated; the criticisms are manufactured.”