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Stuck in the 80's w/DJ Rufus

Conversation with Circuit Court Judge Bob LeBlanc

“Stuck in the 80’s with DJ Rufus” features an early morning visit by Chief Judge Lauten to WPRK (The Best in Basement Radio & Voice of Rollins College) where DJ Rufus (aka:  Circuit Judge Bob Leblanc) tells listeners about his love of 80’s music and the pleasure of serving as a Circuit Judge. 

He is DJ Rufus when he is playing his favorite 80’s music for listeners of WPRK but a few hours later he is Circuit Judge Bob LeBlanc.  DJ Rufus wakes up early every Wednesday morning to play 80’s music for WPRK (91.5 FM) from 5:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.  By 9:00 a.m., he is on the bench hearing domestic relations matters. Listen to him talk about both roles and hear some of his playlist that includes, Modern English’s “I Melt with You.”  He shares with Chief Judge Lauten that he chose the early morning show so it wouldn’t impact his day job.  Learn the significance of the song “Always Something There to Remind Me” by Naked Eyes.  

In this episode

Frederick J. Lauten

Podcast Moderator

Judge Lauten is currently the Chief Judge for the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida. He has served as a Judge since 1993.

Bob LeBlanc

Circuit Court Judge

Judge LeBlanc has served as a Circuit Judge since 2007. He currently serves in the Domestic Relations Division in Orange County.

Open Ninth
Episode 5

Conversations Beyond the Courtroom.
Run time 15:52