Tuesday, July 13, 2010

FL Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Emily's Case

I just received news that the Supreme Court of Florida has refused to hear Emily's case, particularly the lack of jurisdiction in Florida, the Hague Convention violations but, most importantly, the neglect of little Emily in allowing her to become permanently blinded.

I have now exhausted the legal process in Florida, but look on the bright side - I have finished the appeals process in Florida and now am free to get the issues to Federal court at long last!

The extract giving the FL Supreme Court's decision is below:

This cause having heretofore been submitted to the Court on jurisdictional briefs and portions of the record deemed necessary to reflect jurisdiction under Article V, Section 3(b), Florida Constitution, and the Court having determined that it should decline to accept jurisdiction, it is ordered that the petition for review is denied. No motion for rehearing will be entertained by the Court. See Fla. R. App. P. 9.330(d)(2).

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