Marc Randazza represents Dwight Schar, founder of NVR Inc. and owner of the problematic Bella Collina community which has been involved in about 500 lawsuits. Don Juravin is now carrying a legal fight against Bella Collina and its owner, Dwight Schar for intimidation, harassment, and others allegations.
Marc Randazza is probably one of the most corrupt attorneys in America. Randazza is so corrupt that Avvo, a legal online registry, issued the lowest rating possible of 1 out of 10 and marked Randazza's profile with a warning "Extreme Caution".
The competition, undertaken during extraordinary circumstances, demonstrates the ever-growing resilience and importance of The Arts during turbulent times. Winners have been announced for UK – based movement, World Citizen Artists’... Read More
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Don Karl Juravin (Holy Land Ministry, Florida, nonprofit org) found that poor eating habits not only cause obesity, but it also increases your chances of developing cancer. Bad eating habits could be deadly. Juravin, the world’s number one weight loss expert, warns against those who do not watch what they eat.
Don Karl Juravin (JURAVIN RESEARCH) conducted a world's thorough study of the crime rates comparing 230 countries, particularly theft and burglary. The theory is that the region with the least number of break-ins and robberies would be the safest place to live. Overall, Juravin determined that even developed first world countries had terrible crime rates that belied the first world country status.