Statements about Legal Issues
When Rick Scott "was deposed in lawsuits about his company, he took the Fifth 75 times."
Florida has "the most errors and exonerations from death row."
"Florida Democrats just voted to impose Sharia law on women."
"No other country has a constitutional right" like the Second Amendment.
"Florida sheriffs unequivocally support" the "stand your ground" law.
"A Florida judge ruled parts of Obamacare unconstitutional."
Says a U.S. Supreme Court justice suggested that some U.S. cases will be decided based on South African law.
Florida’s proposed Health Care Freedom Act "will allow Floridians to opt out of Obama’s govt. takeover of healthcare!"
Says Allen West violated federal law by scuba diving with U.S. flag.
In a lawsuit between private citizens, a Florida judge "announced the decision was going to be based on Islamic Law."
In Florida, it’s not illegal for an immediate family member of state officials to prosper from legislation supported by a spouse.
Gov. Rick Scott's sale of the state planes was "not proper."
"The number of inmates since 2000 on death row dying of natural causes has now surpassed the number of inmates executed."
"Liberal out-of-state special interests are spending millions on 5 and 6 to change the way Florida draws its congressional and legislative districts."
Company may close, "all because government essentially says if they don't hire a lifeguard to watch their workers, they can't stay open."
"Your tellers were paid kickbacks for directing elderly consumers from ... safe deposits to risky ones."
The lawyer who brought the case against NationsBank said "publicly that Alex Sink had nothing to do with the case, had nothing to do with the situation and didn't know about the problems."
Taking the Fifth Amendment in a deposition about the Columbia/HCA hospital chain he founded "means a truthful answer to the questions that (Rick Scott) was asked would incriminate him."
Says Rick Scott gave a deposition in which he invoked the Fifth Amendment 75 times about his dealings as head of Columbia/HCA hospital chain
Shows in a television ad that police took evidence from Solantic, Rick Scott's new health care company, after allegations emerged that the company was engaging in fraud.
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