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  • Jurydoctor@aol.com
    Feb 27, 2007
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      In a message dated 2/27/2007 6:22:28 AM Eastern Standard Time, writes:
      Does anyone know if Funny Cide won Preakness?



      Yes. However, he missed the Triple Crown by running in third, I believe, at
      the Belmont.
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      I guess that is why the owner doews not have a claim. Was Santos the jockey
      at Preakness?
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      This is the civil case.. are these statutes just for criminal cases?
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      Chapter 836, that is – hope
      that's the right one.) The truly sad part is that had the newspaper
      taken appropriate actions and corrected or retracted the story
      within 45 days there would be (if I read the statute correctly) no
      grounds for this lawsuit.


      Wrong Chapter - 10 days is the maximum time allowed by FL statute


      770.02 Correction, apology, or retraction by newspaper or broadcast
      station.--
      (1) If it appears upon the trial that said article or broadcast was
      published in good faith; that its falsity was due to an honest mistake of
      the facts;
      that there were reasonable grounds for believing that the statements in said
      article or broadcast were true; and that, within the period of time
      specified in subsection (2), a full and fair correction, apology, or
      retraction was,
      in the case of a newspaper or periodical, published in the same editions or
      corresponding issues of the newspaper or periodical in which said article
      appeared and in as conspicuous place and type as said original article or, in
      the
      case of a broadcast, the correction, apology, or retraction was broadcast at
      a comparable time, then the plaintiff in such case shall recover only actual
      damages.
      (2) Full and fair correction, apology, or retraction shall be made:
      (a) In the case of a broadcast or a daily or weekly newspaper or
      periodical, within 10 days after service of notice;
      (b) In the case of a newspaper or periodical published semimonthly, within
      20 days after service of notice;
      (c) In the case of a newspaper or periodical published monthly, within 45
      days after service of notice; and
      (d) In the case of a newspaper or periodical published less frequently than
      monthly, in the next issue, provided notice is served no later than 45 days
      prior to such publication.
      History.--s. 2, ch. 16070, 1933; CGL 1936 Supp. 7064(2); s. 1, ch. 76-123;
      s. 233, ch. 77-104; s. 1, ch. 80-34.


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