With eyes tearing, some stare off into space. Others sit quietly with an expressionless pain as they wait for the inevitable.
When you are called before this court, it's the end of the line. You are about to lose your home. This is foreclosure court in Fort Myers, Florida.
At this point in the legal process, all that's needed is a judge's signature. CNN was in court Friday to witness the process, which takes seconds. It's called the "rocket docket." On some days the court hears up to 1,000 cases. Read full article »