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Florida Sunshine Law Vol. 4 – Consequences of violating the Sunshine Law

What are the consequences of violating the Sunshine Law?

Violations of Florida’s Sunshine Law can bring stiff and far reaching consequences, some of which are not just against the board members, commissioners, etc. involved. For starters, there can be criminal penalties. If a board member, commissioner, etc. knowingly violates the Sunshine Law, the individual is likely guilty of a second degree misdemeanor, which can include 60 days of imprisonment and a fine of up to $500.

Florida Sunshine Law Vol. 3 – Misconceptions about the Sunshine Law

Misconceptions about the Sunshine Law<\strong>

There are several misconceptions about Florida’s Sunshine Law that I would like to address in this third installment. One of the largest that I believe is slowly getting recognized and understood is the right to participate or comment in meetings falling under the requirements of Chapter 286, Florida Statutes.

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