Jason Halle was born in Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City.
After spending a few days in the Big Apple he was whisked out to Long Island where he grew up two blocks from the Kings Point Merchant Marine Academy. Jason’s dad was a patent attorney and his mother was a homemaker. It was a beautiful place to grow up.
When Jason was 17, he moved to his own apartment on East 54 Street in Manhattan.
Jason has lived in many cities in the U. S. including; Philadelphia, Marlton (New Jersey), Scottsdale, Paradise Valley (Arizona), San Francisco, West Hollywood, San Diego and Wilton Manors, Florida, a small city right next to Fort Lauderdale. Jason presently lives in Pompano Beach, Florida, the next city north of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Jason Halle had a very eclectic education. He was interested in computer science and attended classes at Hunter College, New York University and at Rutgers University, Camden Campus when he lived in South Jersey. While Jason was living in New York City he wanted to learn more about graphic arts and advertising so he took classes at the Parsons School of Design.
Jason is also writing about the Florida Justice system. The last several years he has spent time in Court as a Pro Se litigant trying to collect an inheritance his father left him. The experience has given him insights that are totally alarming and need to be addressed by the residents of Florida and the United States. Basically, if you are not rich and represented by expensive attorneys, this system is stacked against you.
Jason expected to find Justice in our Courts and at the Florida Bar Association. Jason has found it a very illusive and broken concept.
My social studies teacher taught me we are all equal in the eyes of the law. The Palm Beach Court and United States District Court have taught me that this is definitely not true.
Jason has a wonderful life partner for the last 38 years.