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Florida Third District Court of Appeal - Criminal Headnotes - January 17, 2018
Florida Third District Court of Appeal - Criminal Headnotes - January 17, 2018

JUAN AGUILAR V. STATE OF FLORIDA – NONCONSENSUAL BLOOD DRAW; DOUBLE JEOPARDY Direct appeal from conviction and sentencing for DUI manslaughter, DUI causing serious bodily injury (two counts), and DUI with person or property damage (two counts). At trial, the defendant moved ...

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  • Florida Third District Court of Appeal - Criminal Headnotes - January 17, 2018
    Florida Third District Court of Appeal - Criminal Headnotes - January 17, 2018

    JUAN AGUILAR V. STATE OF FLORIDA – NONCONSENSUAL BLOOD DRAW; DOUBLE JEOPARDY Direct appeal from conviction and sentencing for DUI manslaughter, DUI causing serious bodily injury (two counts), and DUI ...

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  • Florida Supreme Court - Criminal Headnotes - January 11, 2018
    Florida Supreme Court - Criminal Headnotes - January 11, 2018

    DONTAE R. MORRIS V. STATE OF FLORIDA – CHANGE OF VENUE FOR PRETRIAL PUBLICITY; BOLSTERING TESTIMONY OF STATE'S WITNESS; REMAND FOR PENALTY PHASE POST- HURST WHERE JURY RECOMMENDATION NOT UNANIMOUS ...

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    What is a Withhold of Adjudication?

    What is the difference between a Withhold of Adjudication and an Adjudication (Conviction)? Does it matter? Florida allows for both adjudications and withholds of adjudications after a finding of ...

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  • Different Ways to Resolve a Criminal Case
    Different Ways to Resolve a Criminal Case

    The first, and best way after an arrest, is a “no-action,” meaning the State Attorney’s Office has decided to not file formal charges (an “Information”) or seek an indictment in the case and will take ...

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  • Florida Third District Court of Appeal - Criminal Headnotes | December 27, 2017
    Florida Third District Court of Appeal - Criminal Headnotes | December 27, 2017

    CARLOS JOSE GARCIA V. STATE OF FLORIDA – POST-CONVICTION MOTION TO CORRECT ILLEGAL SENTENCE; HABITUAL VIOLENT FELONY OFFENDER Appeal from an order denying a post-conviction motion to correct an ...

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  • Florida Supreme Court - Criminal Headnotes - December 21, 2017
    Florida Supreme Court - Criminal Headnotes - December 21, 2017

    JOEL LEBRON V. STATE OF FLORIDA – SUPPRESSION OF POST- MIRANDA CONFESSION; REMAND FOR PENALTY PHASE POST- HURST WHERE JURY RECOMMENDATION NOT UNANIMOUS Direct appeal from conviction and sentencing for ...

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