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Analysis of FCHR Investigative Determinations
By Year

(as of 8/31/2023)
Analysis Table | FCHR Charges | Longitidunal | 1979-present | Totals
yearCauseNo CauseOut-of-TimeOtherTotal
1979415
198010515
1981224
1982336
19834913
198422830
198552025
19861919
198733033
198892231
198993342
199092837
199134548
1992115768
199386674
199463339
1995324128
1996318223
199710717
19981121023
199919524
200013140153
200146115161
200233196229
200339198237
2004232061230
200523242265
200614134148
200713151164
200820229249
200934192226
2010291801210
201116144160
2012191411161
2013191132134
2014351351171
2015111001112
2016161283147
201741541159
2018241003127
20192945101
2020613624166
202181251134
2022121213136
2023161093128
Analysis Table | FCHR Determinations | Longitidunal | 1979-present | Percents
yearCauseNo CauseOut-of-TimeOtherTotal
197980%20%0%0%100%
198067%33%0%0%100%
198150%50%0%0%100%
198250%50%0%0%100%
198331%69%0%0%100%
19847%93%0%0%100%
198520%80%0%0%100%
19860%100%0%0%100%
19879%91%0%0%100%
198829%71%0%0%100%
198921%79%0%0%100%
199024%76%0%0%100%
19916%94%0%0%100%
199216%84%0%0%100%
199311%89%0%0%100%
199415%85%0%0%100%
199511%86%4%0%100%
199613%78%9%0%100%
19970%59%41%0%100%
19984%52%43%0%100%
19990%79%21%0%100%
20008%92%0%0%100%
200129%71%0%0%100%
200214%86%0%0%100%
200316%84%0%0%100%
200410%90%0%0%100%
20059%91%0%0%100%
20069%91%0%0%100%
20078%92%0%0%100%
20088%92%0%0%100%
200915%85%0%0%100%
201014%86%0%0%100%
201110%90%0%0%100%
201212%88%1%0%100%
201314%84%1%0%100%
201420%79%1%0%100%
201510%89%1%0%100%
201611%87%2%0%100%
20173%97%1%0%100%
201819%79%2%0%100%
20192%93%5%0%100%
20204%82%14%0%100%
20216%93%1%0%100%
20229%89%2%0%100%
202313%85%2%0%100%
Fact #1: 2017 saw an all-time high in the rate of “no cause” determinations (excluding the year 1986 – when records were scarce).

A year in which the FCHR rendered “no cause” determinations on 97% of all cases (154/159).

2017, notably, was also the year in which the Makere v Allstate lawsuit began with the FCHR. An infamous case in which a DOAH ALJ committed perjury in order to cover up.

Fact #2: 2020 was a year in which the FCHR had a hard time completing its investigations within the 180-day statutory window.

Evidenced by a 14% rate of non-rendered determinations.

According to the agency, this was due to the COVID-19 global pandemic.

Takeaway #1: The FCHR has had a longstanding practice of rendering no cause determinations at a high rate (85%-95%).

Corroborated by the fact that the state agency brags about saving defendants “millions” of dollars (by avoiding legal fees in federal/state court).

Note #1: In 2000, the graph shows a large spike in discrimination cases. TBD contends that this is not a function of increased discrimination (at that timepoint). Rather, it is a reflection of increased data (borne out of technological advances in public recordkeeping).

Additional: These numbers can be further analyzed by:

(a) charge;
(b) demographics (eg, age, dis, etc.).; and
(c) type;

...POINTS & THINGS...

Congratulations! You're now booked up on how FCHR Determinations have been distributed throughout the year!

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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