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Analysis of FCHR Case Types | By Charge

(as of 8/31/2023) | note: hover over cells/graphs/columns to unearth contextual information
Analysis Table | FCHR Case Types | By Charge | Totals
typeagecoldisfammarnatorracereligretalsexunkTotal
eee96518693881094091,4891401,1811,065454,086
hou419383553841742748743667
pub02799103113282312238
total9692321,420641125241,7951751,2311,170504,991
Analysis Table | FCHR Case Types | By Charge | Percents
typeagecoldisfammarnatorracereligretalsexunkTotal
eee24%5%23%0%3%10%36%3%29%26%1%100%
hou1%3%57%8%0%13%26%4%7%11%0%100%
pub0%11%42%0%0%13%55%3%1%13%1%100%
total19%5%28%1%2%10%36%4%25%23%1%100%
Fact #1: Discrimination on the basis of national origin appears in:

10% of eee cases;
13% of hou cases, and
13% of pub cases.


Among all bases (eg, age, col, etc.), nator is the steadiest across case types.

Fact #2: Age discrimination is almost non-existent outside of the employment setting (24%; 1%; 0%).

Takeaway #1: The types of charges that people include (in their complaints) vary according to the type of case filed.

Race Discrimination is the most common charge filed for employment discrimination complaints (by a mild margin). Yet it’s only in second place for housing discrimination complaints (by a dominant margin). This difference is even greater for charges of retaliation (29% for eee, 7% for hou, and just 1% for pub).

Takeaway #2: Disability heavily impacts housing discrimination.

57% of all housing discrimination complaints involve a charge of disability discrimination.

Note #1: By their nature, most oth discrimination cases do not indicate what the charged bases are. Therefore, that data has been omitted here.

Additional: These numbers can be further analyzed by:

(a) year;

...POINTS & THINGS...

Congratulations! You're now booked up on how the charges-that-are-filed vary across different FCHR Case Types!

Keep this in mind while you litigate your civil rights case in Florida. Also, keep in mind the FCHR's statutory ability to accept bribes.

Plus - at all times - keep the 7th Amendment of the US Constitution (your right to a trial-by-jury) in mind.

As always, please get the justice you deserve.

Sincerely,



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