treat all litigants equally, in similar cases, defendant Obama has been given preferentialtreatment.Other issues commonly litigated in similar cases, such as standing or the definition of natural born citizenship, may be rather esoteric for the average person to understand. Venue, on the other hand, is quite simple, particularly in the way that the
For the sake of public trust in the integrity of the justice system, it is imperative that the court correct the clear error made in the last hearing.I have ground for reconsideration because:
Clear Error Is A Valid Basis for Reconsideration
Many courts have stated the established rule for reconsideration, as recited in,
Underwritersat Lloyd's London v. Osting-Schwinn,
545 F. Supp. 2d 1261 (M.D. Fla. 2008):
There are three identifiable bases for reconsidering an order: (1) …,
and(3) the need to correct clear error or manifest injustice.
As set forth below, the court has made a clear error of controlling Florida law for venue in tortclaims.The three venue options of:
Venue Statute § 47.011
Florida Statutes § 47.011 (2012) states:
Actions shall be brought only in the county
where the defendant resides,
where the cause of action accrued, or
where the property in litigation islocated.
The arrow analogy that the
court used could be understood by a child.
An intervening change in controlling law.
The availability of new evidence.
In relevant part.Page