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Bribery at the FCHR: The Pertinent Documents

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Pertinent Documents
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100PDFLogoAll-in-OnePDF/Webpage containing every important part of the inquiry into FCHR Bribery
101PDFLogoArt. I. §21 FL Const.The passage in the Florida constitution that forbids the sale of justice
102PDFLogo§760.06(4) FSThe statute that permits "gifts" and "bequests" to the FCHR
103PDFLogoCanon 5DThe relevant Canon from Florida Supreme Court's Code of Judicial Conduct
104PDFLogoPetitionThe Petition for Declaratory Statement regarding FCHR Bribery
105PDFLogoMandamusThe Petition for Writ of Mandamus (to compel the FCHR to issue its final order)
106PDFLogoFinal OrderThe 'Final Order' declining to declare whether the FCHR permits bribery
107PDFLogoInitial Appellate BriefBrief which asks the Appellate Court to force the FCHR to declare whether it accepts bribes
108PDFLogoCivil ComplaintCivil Complaint in the Makere v Gorsica lawsuit (which involves FCHR Bribery)
109PDFLogoOpening BriefAppellant Brief in the Interlocutory Appeal from the Makere v Gorsica lawsuit
Get booked up on whether the FCHR permits bribery!

You should take this into account when filing a discrimination complaint in Florida.


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Steele v FCHR (Whistleblower)
Makere v Allstate; 3:20-cv-00905 (USFLMD) Makere v Early; 4:21-cv-00905 (USFLND)
Makere v Fitzpatrick; 4:22-cv-00315 (USFLND) USA v Fortenberry
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