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"It has become common practice with this Florida legislature to just sit on these claims bills so that they are rarely concluded," said the attorneys
"My Christmas wish this year is for the state of Florida to give me a fair hearing so that we can have the money for my injuries that the court said we should have," Edwards, now 14, wrote in a letter to Florida state representatives.
"I learned my claims bill had passed the Senate committee for its full amount, but the House would not allow my bill to be heard," the letter continues. "The courts gave me a fair hearing. The Senate gave me a fair hearing. Why can't the House of Representatives give me a fair hearing?"
My question is, just what exactly is the legislature supposed to review?
Originally posted by Ahabstar
Next letter should be to the judge that ruled on the case asking that the entire Florida House of Representatives be arrested on contempt of court charges for failure to pay after intentionally stalling for four years and that you request an addendum of interest on the amount due at 7% APR for each of the 4 years.
State also that failure to pay within 30 days means that State assets will be taken possession of and liquidated at public auction until the full amount is paid plus any additional expenses related to the possession and/or sale of the assets.
Originally posted by grey580
reply to post by azbowhunter
Even better foreclose on the capital building.
If the courts have awarded the boy the money.
And if they don't want to pay. Get the FHP out to the capital building and foreclose on it.
Setup an auction and sell the building to the highest bidder.
Liquidate all the furniture and fixtures too.