The purpose of a motion for rehearing is to direct the court to points of law or fact
that, in the opinion of the movant, the court overlooked or misapprehended in its opinion.
See Rule 9.330(a), ... Read More
The Horse Has Left The Barn!
A great order out of the trial court in this case:
Court filings on alleged witness-coaching by an Ocwen Financial Corp. attorney in a foreclosure will not be sealed, a St. Lucie Circuit judge ... Read More
It's Not Chase Mortgage!
At some point in time, far into the future when I'm a retiring attorney with nothing left to lose, I'll memorialize for posterity all of the very wrong things that have occurred in the context of this stain on our state's judicial system that we'll call, The ... Read More
I recently had one of the most disturbing experiences I've ever had as a lawyer.....I was threatened by a judge who was coming over his desk and glaring and scowling at me in a very intimidating manner. The whole experience was grotesquely disturbing.
So what exactly led to such a conflict? ... Read More
The most profound Constitutional crisis of our generation is playing out, in slow motion, right before us now. Florida's government, which came out of the shadows of corruption, when a Constitutional amendment was passed in the ... Read More