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Sarasota School Bus Driver Charged with Battery of Minor

Battery

Sarasota Schools bus driver charged with battery of 13-year-old student A former Sarasota County School bus driver was arrested after making unwanted contact with a 13-year-old Venice Middle School student, according to the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office. Leonard Villari, 71, of Venice was charged with battery after the female victim told a school resource officer…

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Beware of Sarasota Phone Scam, Officials Warn

Civil

Beware of a Sarasota phone scam making the rounds, city officials warn A Sarasota phone scam has been catching people off guard, according to Sarasota officials. Another scam to look out for is making the rounds in Sarasota. The Sarasota Co. Sheriff’s Office is warning citizens to be cautious of phone calls coming from people claiming to…

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Red Nose Day with Jodat Law Group

Community News

Happy Red Nose Day Everyone! Today is about coming together, having fun, and making a difference for the hungry children of the world. Please help the children everyone! History of Red Nose Day Red Nose Day is the day in the U.S. annually and every two years in the UK, when people across the land…

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Should you sign a parent release for summer camp?

Community News

  Gary Jodat Video Presentation on Summer Camp Waivers SIGNING CHILDREN’S SUMMER ACTIVITY RELEASES/WAIVERS The end of the School year is here and your children will be signing up for Summer Camp with activities including Gymnastics, Sailing, Boating, Sports… To Register, you as the parent will be asked to sign a summer camp WAIVER AND RELEASE…

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Repairing Your Credit after a Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy

More than 1 million people file bankruptcy in the United States every year. For many, a bankruptcy is not the end of their financial life, but rather the beginning of a new one. After your bankruptcy has concluded, you may be more eligible for credit than beforehand, since you have become more attractive to lenders…

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