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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can 8850 Form Employment

Instructions and Help about Can 8850 Form Employment

As you may remember from part one, Patty Gibson visited the center and recorded her experience. She had bought a ticket for the Sunday brunch on Mother's Day and asked to see the licenses of the caterers, as they should have been displayed by Florida law. However, she was refused. Eleven days later, an armed government agent showed up at Patty's house, and she was informed that she was trespassed and cannot go back to the center's property in Deltona, despite being a taxpaying citizen. Patty asked if they had told her the reason for the trespass, and they referred her to certain statutes that did not apply to her situation. Patty made a public records request to the Volusia County Sheriff's Office regarding the visit from the armed agent to her home, but there was no information for the date of Sunday, May 13, 2008, specifically tied to the center. However, once the news journal got involved and Katie made a public records request to the Sheriff's Office, a document was found with the catering information for May 13, 2018. Patty was confused about what had happened and contacted Jane Chang through an email. She also made another public records request to find out more about the trespass, but the Sheriff's Office claimed to have no information on Patty or the center. Frustrated with the lack of answers, Patty sent a cease-and-desist letter to the Sheriff's Office to protect herself. Their response was a forward from Shae Marmor, a city attorney. Patty continued to question her status and whether she would be arrested, and in an email, the captain began asking for written statements of bad behavior by Patty. This was after the incident at the Mother's Day brunch, which was four days prior to law enforcement's visit to...