State Attorney found construction defects at DR Horton condo (FL)

A high profile witness took the stand Friday in case that accuses America’s largest homebuilder of violating state building codes.  Fifth District State Attorney Brad King, who has represented west-central Florida since 1989, owns a condo at Heron’s Landing on Beach Boulevard. He is by far the most recognizable person to testify, but his story was similar to that of other owners at the development.   Read the article…………..


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