Monday, August 9th, 2010 at 10:01 pm
Mark Ober is the State Attorney in the 13th Circuit of Tampa Florida.
He follows a long line of corrupt predecessors. EJ Salscines was accused of fixing court cases for the Cuban mob and pled the 5th, he got off but Tampa Florida voted him out of office, The Florida Bar made him an appellate Judge.
Next came Harry Coe, again after allegations of fixing cases for the Cuban mob and his reckless gambling debts the Governor opened an investigation and Coe was found with a bullet to the head, there are questions if this was suicide.
Now come Mark Ober again with an odd inconsistent conviction record. Some get the blunt of Ober’s office, others particularly lawyers and those connected to certain lawyers get off Continue at Mark Adams JD MBA “Mark Ober is Corrupt ask Bubba” »
Sunday, July 25th, 2010 at 12:28 pm
Justice Reform. How political garbage is putting a siege on justice. Would anyone have any incontestable evidence of where this is evident in American trails? Docket numbers would be nice!
Wednesday, July 21st, 2010 at 3:51 am
We have been dealing with a personal injury lawsuit for about two years. The accident occurred in CA and we reside in another state, so we are dealing with our attorney all long distance. The case has been complicated, mainly due to an inattentive attorney from the start, whom we fired. We retained our current attorney not too long ago and the case against the defendants insurance company has been resolved and funds have been sent to our attorney. Here is where it becomes tricky. The funds for my settlement have been sent to us, the attorney is holding the funds from my husband’s portion of the settlement until a settlement is reached with our insurance company (the defendant was an underinsured driver, we had underisured driver coverage). Our attorney claims he cannot release these funds because he will more than likely need to spend the money on litigating the case against our insurance company..and it just does not make sense to me. In our eyes, the case against the defendant is closed (and in the courts eyes) I don’t see why the funds cannot be released, but my attorney alleges this is normal practice in personal injury law. Anyone have any experience with a situation similar to this? Thanks.
@leo, I don’t think you understand the nature of the question.
Friday, July 16th, 2010 at 8:38 pm
illegal immigrants, cocaine, weapons and other suspect devices are being smuggled illegally into the USA through Florida and Arizona states, the 2 most corrupt states in the USA.