Alise Smith, whose car was hit by Burress' vehicle, won a judgment against him after a jury trial in December. Her attorney, Anthony Quackenbush, said Burress has made no effort to pay the money.
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"The general sense is that we are going to have to get the money the hard way," Quackenbush said.
Broward Circuit Judge Richard Eade now has instructed Burress to fill out a financial disclosure form by mid-May, detailing his income, real-estate holdings and bank accounts.
Burress' attorney, Adam Swickle, told the Sun Sentinel that his client is "vigorously appealing" the verdict based on "various errors."