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Analysis of FCHR Case Outcomes | By Charge

Totals
charge bankruptcy dismissed implicitly settled lost released relinquished settled unknown victory withdrawn Total
age39380337483031998945
col511866115734228
dis314910355849348441641,382
fam64281123963
marry197482358110
nator276242182511211362515
race11224119790810341522071,762
relig3436532628168
retal7146109397416336211661,202
sex414183427510308401211,139
unkn9513182249
Percents
charge bankruptcy dismissed implicitly settled lost released relinquished settled unknown victory withdrawn Total
age0%10%8%36%0%1%32%0%2%10%100%
col0%22%8%29%0%0%25%0%0%15%100%
dis0%11%7%40%0%1%25%0%3%12%100%
fam0%10%6%44%0%2%19%0%5%14%100%
marry0%17%6%44%0%0%21%0%5%7%100%
nator0%15%5%42%0%1%22%0%3%12%100%
race1%13%7%45%0%1%19%0%3%12%100%
relig0%20%2%39%0%0%19%0%4%17%100%
retal1%12%9%33%0%1%28%0%2%14%100%
sex0%12%7%37%0%1%27%0%4%11%100%
unkn0%18%10%27%0%0%37%0%4%4%100%

Fact #1: 46% of race discrimination cases result in a loss (ie, cases which include a charge of race discrimination).

• This is the highest rate among the different charged bases (albeit, by a small margin).
• Plus, this rate is relatively far from the global average (40%).
• In fact, cases which exclude a race charge only experience a loss rate of 37% (37% vs 46%).

• It should be noted that race charges are the most common charges (see Charge analysis).

Fact #2: 19% of race discrimination cases result in an explicit settlement.

• This is the 3rd lowest rate among the different charged bases.
albeit, by a small margin – 31 basis points - behind familial status (T-1st) and religion (T-1st).
• Plus, this rate is relatively far from the global average (25%).
• In fact, cases which exclude a race charge experience a settlement rate of 27% (27% vs 19%).

• Note: race charges are the most common charges (see Charge analysis).

Fact #3: 3% of race discrimination cases result in a victory.

• This is right at the global average (3%).

• Note: race charges are the most common charges (see Charge analysis).

Takeaway #1: Race discrimination cases experience the harshest outcomes

• Authorities rule against these cases at the highest rate (compared to other charged bases).
• Cases settle at a significantly low rate (19% vs 27% :: race vs non-race).

Takeaway #2: The outcome of discrimination cases varies based on what’s been charged (eg, age vs color discrimination).

Additional: These numbers can be further analyzed by:

(a) case type;
(b) determination impact; (ie, 'cause' vs 'no cause')
(c) legal representation; (ie, 'with attorney' vs 'without attorney')
(d) retaliation impact (ie, 'with' vs 'without' [retaliation]); and
(e) year;
(f) the plaintiff's demographics (eg, age, dis, etc.).

...POINTS & THINGS...

Congratulations! You're now booked up on how FCHR Case Outcomes are distributed across different charged bases (ie, age discrimination vs color discrimination, etc.)!

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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