Archive for October, 2009

Supreme Court Justices debate, draw laughs at Tucson event | www.azstarnet.com ®

Supreme Court Justices debate, draw laughs at Tucson event | www.azstarnet.com ®. Interesting brief article discussing Justices Scalia and Breyer’s debate on how to interpret a constitution.

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Posted on October 27th, 2009 by Woodring Law, filed under Uncategorized
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Cases Arising out of Florida’s Foreclosures and Down Property Market

One of the biggest economic concerns in Florida continues to be the decreased prices in the real property markets, both residential and more recently commercial.  Any time this type of financial upheaval occurs, important legal cases will result, although sometime the maxim that difficult facts can result in bad law holds true.  The classic example […]

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Posted on October 16th, 2009 by Woodring Law, filed under Uncategorized
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Sansom’s Motion to Dismiss Official Misconduct Charge Granted

The Trial |Judge Issued his ruling to day on the Sansom official misconduct charges, and dismissed them, leaving only a perjury charge based on Sansom stating that the College had requested the increase in funds and the state contradicting that testimony.Sansom Order Dismissing Official Misconduct.  As we previously noted, the arguments to dismiss were not […]

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Posted on October 5th, 2009 by Woodring Law, filed under Uncategorized
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Supreme Court Denies Review in Frazier- Florida Pledge of Allegiance/ Parent’s Rights Case

Well, the Supreme Court issued its order list  of cases it granted Cert in last week after its first long conference, and Frazier was not among the cases Cert was granted in, but as of today Cert has now been denied.  For those of you not familiar with this case, a case I had the […]

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Posted on October 5th, 2009 by Woodring Law, filed under Uncategorized
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NCAA Public Records Opinion Issued

Well, the First DCA issued its opinion today in the NCAA Public records case, and no real surprises, given the oral argument. The court held the records were public because they were received by a public agency.  The court  did specify that it was not deciding whether the requested records were protected under FERPA if […]

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Posted on October 1st, 2009 by Woodring Law, filed under Uncategorized
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