Currently 4 Responses
- See this open letter to the ACLU and the "lugheads" who cost the city 50 grand! http://www.city-data.com/forum/sarasota-bradenton-venice-area/1102157-open-letter-aclu-congrats-your-hollow.html
- The settlement should be paid by the commissioners who passed this law. Due process is indeed the issue here. By impounding the car before a civil judicial hearing, you're automatically guilty before proven so in a court of law. Take the $50,000.00 from the commissioners' salaries!
- Why can't city laws be written so that this doesn't happen, causing a jackpot of $50,000 paid to lugheads by taxpayers? You have to know exactly what you're doing before taking people's property away.
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