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Analysis of FCHR Case Outcomes | By Year

(as of 8/31/2023)
Analysis Table | FCHR Case Outcomes | Longitidunal | 1979-present | Totals
Year bankruptcy dismissed implicitly settled lost released relinquished settled unknown victory withdrawn Total
1979415
198013215
1981314
1982336
198310313
19843030
198520525
19861919
1987129333
19881251431
1989336342
19901311538
1991143448
19921561269
1993164974
1994233439
19951252129
19962221328
1997217120
1998124227
19994172124
2000224125036326153
20011301244156214160
200234716722358523229
20032913672183537237
20044617861152423230
2005341996577430265
20062716441142215148
2007122358144125164
20081323190368321249
20091142383465531226
2010177906359433210
2011151345348729160
2012141361335431161
20131611291153319133
20141510561521324171
20151533837118112
2016119752342419147
201712276145221159
2018171041138219128
2019197302331588
2020162162239319162
20211131741541811137
20221141246137217130
20232369225671
Analysis Table | FCHR Charges | Longitidunal | 1979-present | Percents
Year bankruptcy dismissed implicitly settled lost released relinquished settled unknown victory withdrawn Total
19790%0%0%80%0%0%0%0%20%0%100%
19800%0%0%87%0%0%0%0%13%0%100%
19810%0%0%75%0%0%0%0%25%0%100%
19820%0%0%50%0%0%0%0%50%0%100%
19830%0%0%77%0%0%0%0%23%0%100%
19840%0%0%100%0%0%0%0%0%0%100%
19850%0%0%80%0%0%0%0%20%0%100%
19860%0%0%100%0%0%0%0%0%0%100%
19870%3%0%88%0%0%0%0%9%0%100%
19880%3%0%81%0%0%0%3%13%0%100%
19890%7%0%86%0%0%0%0%7%0%100%
19900%3%0%82%0%0%3%0%13%0%100%
19910%0%2%90%0%0%0%0%8%0%100%
19920%1%0%81%0%0%0%0%17%0%100%
19930%1%0%86%0%0%0%0%12%0%100%
19940%5%0%85%0%0%0%0%10%0%100%
19950%3%0%86%0%0%0%0%7%3%100%
19960%7%0%79%4%0%0%0%11%0%100%
19970%10%0%85%0%0%0%0%5%0%100%
19980%4%0%89%0%0%0%0%7%0%100%
19990%17%0%71%0%0%0%0%8%4%100%
20001%16%8%33%0%0%24%0%2%17%100%
20011%19%8%28%0%1%35%0%1%9%100%
20021%21%7%31%1%1%25%0%2%10%100%
20030%12%5%28%1%0%35%0%2%16%100%
20040%20%7%37%0%0%23%0%2%10%100%
20050%13%7%36%0%2%29%0%2%11%100%
20060%18%11%30%1%1%28%0%1%10%100%
20070%7%14%35%0%1%27%0%1%15%100%
20080%13%12%36%0%1%27%0%1%8%100%
20090%6%10%37%0%2%29%0%2%14%100%
20100%3%3%43%3%1%28%0%2%16%100%
20110%9%8%28%0%2%30%0%4%18%100%
20120%9%8%38%0%2%22%0%2%19%100%
20130%12%8%22%1%1%40%0%2%14%100%
20140%9%6%33%0%1%30%0%8%14%100%
20150%13%3%34%0%0%33%0%1%16%100%
20161%13%5%35%0%2%29%0%3%13%100%
20171%14%4%38%0%0%28%0%1%13%100%
20180%13%8%32%1%0%30%0%2%15%100%
20191%10%8%34%0%0%26%0%3%17%100%
20200%10%13%38%1%0%24%0%2%12%100%
20211%9%12%30%0%4%30%0%6%8%100%
20221%11%9%35%0%1%28%0%2%13%100%
20230%32%8%13%0%3%35%0%0%8%100%
Fact #1: Rates have been [relatively] steady since the year 2000 (see “Percents” graph).

A period that featured standard deviations which were just small fractions of their averages.
For instance:

Dismissals averaged 13%; with just a 6% σ (ie, µ/σ ≈ ½)
Losses averaged 33%; with just a 6% σ (ie, µ/σ ≈ 1/5)
Settlement rates averaged 29%; with just a 4% σ (ie, µ/σ ≈ 1/7)

Fact #2: Since 2000, settlement rates have been neck-&-neck with loss rates.

During that period, the rate of settlement has been 29%.
During that same timespan, the rate of losses has been 33%.

Takeaway #1: Practitioners should use the 2000-present data, because the data prior to that was much different.

TBD contends that this is a function of a lack of data (ie, not a function of changed realities).

Between 1979 and 1999, there were only an average of 29 case dispositions per year - due to scarce amounts of digitized data (see disclaimer).

Since 2000, though, there have been an average of 168 case dispositions per year (see “Totals” graph).

Takeaway #2: Nothing has changed to the outcome of discrimination cases. In other words, the FCHR hasn't been able to cure/abate discrimination in the State of Florida.

Note #1: In 2000, the graph shows a large spike in discrimination charges. 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) case type;
(b) charge (eg, age, col, etc.);
(c) determination impact; (ie, 'cause' vs 'no cause')
(d) legal representation; (ie, 'with attorney' vs 'without attorney')
(e) retaliation impact (ie, 'with' vs 'without' [retaliation]); and
(f) the plaintiff's demographics (eg, age, dis, etc.).

...POINTS & THINGS...

Congratulations! You're now booked up on how FCHR Case Outcomes have been distributed throughout the years!

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,



www.TextBookDiscrimination.com
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