Rocket Docket | ACLU Responds to Lee County, 20th Circuit Courts Response to the ACLU’s Petition for Writ if Prohibition

Remember when Lee County, the 20th Circuit of Florida told the ACLU to kiss off RE the rocket dockets?

Lee County, 20th Circuit Court of Florida Responds to ACLU Petition for Writ of Prohibition

“In cases where the defendants do appear and defend, the liability issue is usually straightforward and summary judgment is often appropriate to determine if the mortgage has been paid. And the amount of the judgment in a foreclosure action is a “liquidated” sum, making it appropriate for disposition on summary judgment without the absolute necessity of a trial.  So the great majority of mortgage foreclosure cases will be resolved on preliminary motions without the necessity of a full trial on the merits.

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Well the ACLU has just responded to their rhetoric…

Check it out below…

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4closureFraud.org

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ACLU Merrigan Reply Brief to 20th Circuit

ACLU Merrigan Reply Brief Appendix to 20th Circuit

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4 Responses to “Rocket Docket | ACLU Responds to Lee County, 20th Circuit Courts Response to the ACLU’s Petition for Writ if Prohibition”
  1. April says:

    Great — one situation where I can thank the American Communist Litigation Union for doing something. Normally they stink, in my opinion. Where are they in other situations where Americans are getting the shaft from other situatios?!? Absent.

  2. qny81 says:

    The Federal Reserve Cartel: The Eight Families – great read, avoid all the companies mentioned, that is the only way to bring them down.

  3. Fury says:

    ACLU,
    we need you. we need you to fight for defrauded homeowners who have lost their homes because of fraud – fraud upon the court, fraud in the origination of the loan and fraud in the foreclosure.

    the situation is mind-boggling. how can these rocket docket judges robo-stamp the foreclosure and eviction of homeowners who have been defrauded.

    these judges are rubber stamping fraudulent documents. they are denying a fair judicial process. they are then retiring and being hired by the very firms who have submitted fraudulent documents to the court.

    it is insane.

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