With Norman facing a misdemeanor trespassing charge in connection with an on-the-job incident, S.A. Michael Satz’s people notified him he won’t be prosecuted.
Still, according to the SA’s letter to Norman, he violated the trespass statute and could’ve ended up in the back of a squad car!
Norman allegedly entered without permission a Parkland horse-farm that’s the target of a lawsuit from neighbors.
The Jan. 23 incident occurred when Norman and videographer Judith Reich tried to film on the property for a segment that has yet to air. The owner called Broward County Sheriff‘s deputies and insisted on arrests but prosecutors talked her out of it.
A warning was issued to both Norman and Reich.
“Based on the totality of the circumstances and consultation of the property owner,” the letter from Satz’ office reads, “a formal trespass warning is now issued to you.”
Norman declined comment. He’s been on the boob tube for 10 months after 14 years at the Broward-Palm Beach New Times.