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Click to open document 10/25/2021 NOTICE-APPEAL (MISC) AA State Of Florida STATE1 BY: AA Scott A. Browne 802743
Click to open document 10/25/2021 COPY OF THE LOWER TRIBUNAL ORDER/ACTION BEING APPEALED Order Vacating Stay on Consent Order for DNA Testing
Click to open document 10/25/2021 ACKNOWLEDGMENT LETTER-NEW CASE Supreme Court Of Florida FSC BY: Supreme Court Of Florida FSC
Click to open document 10/25/2021 ORDER-RECORD FILING (INTERLOCUTORY) We have received a notice of appeal in the above captioned case which is an appeal from a first-degree murder conviction with an attendant sentence of death. The trial court clerk shall have twenty days from the date of this order in which to file the record on appeal with this Court. Pursuant to Florida Rule of Appellate Procedure 9.200(e), the burden to ensure that the record on appeal is prepared and transmitted in accordance with the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure shall be on the appellant.
10/25/2021 No Fee - State
Click to open document 11/10/2021 RECORD/TRANSCRIPT Tiffany Moore Russell ORANGE BY: Tiffany Moore Russell ORANGE Record on Appeal - Filed Electronically
Click to open document 11/10/2021 ORDER-DEP BRIEF SCHED (MISC) The record having been received by the Court on November 10, 2021, the briefs in the above styled case are to be served as follows: Appellant's initial brief on the merits is to be served on or before December 13, 2021; appellee's answer brief on the merits shall be served twenty days after service of appellant's initial brief on the merits; and appellant's reply brief on the merits shall be served ten days after service of appellee's answer brief on the merits.
Click to open document 11/15/2021 MOTION-COUNS PRO HAC VICE (FOREIGN COUNSEL) AE Henry Perry Sireci 056338 BY: WE Nina R. Morrison Verified Motion for Admission to Appear Pro Hac Vice Pursuant to Florida Rule of Judicial Administration 2.510
Click to open document 11/15/2021 MOTION-DISMISS AE Henry Perry Sireci 056338 BY: AE Julissa Fontán 32744 Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction
Click to open document 11/16/2021 PAY PRO HAC VICE FEE-100 AE Henry Perry Sireci 056338 BY: WE Nina R. Morrison
Click to open document 11/18/2021 ORDER-COUNSEL PRO HAC VICE GR (FOREIGN COUNSEL) The motion to appear pro hac vice filed in the above cause by Nina R. Morrison, on behalf of Henry Perry Sireci, is hereby granted and counsel's payment of the $100.00 fee required by section 25.241(2)(a), Florida Statutes (2015), was received by this Court on November 16, 2021.
Click to open document 11/24/2021 NOTICE-APPEARANCE AA State Of Florida STATE1 BY: AA Jeffrey Paul Desousa 110951
Click to open document 11/24/2021 RESPONSE AA State Of Florida STATE1 BY: AA Scott A. Browne 802743 State's Response to Appellee's Motion to Dismiss
Click to open document 01/06/2022 ORDER-OTHER SUBSTANTIVE Appellee Henry Perry Sireci's Motion to Dismiss filed with this Court on November 15, 2021, will be considered with the merits of the appeal without any additional tolling of time under Florida Rule of Appellate Procedure 9.300. The State's initial brief is due on February 4, 2022.
Click to open document 01/26/2022 MOTION-OTHER SUBSTANTIVE AE Henry Perry Sireci 056338 BY: AE Julissa Fontán 32744 Unopposed Motion to Extend Briefing Schedule
Click to open document 01/27/2022 ORDER-OTHER SUBSTANTIVE GR Appellee's Motion to Extend Briefing schedule is hereby granted. Appellant's initial brief on the merits is to be served on or before March 4, 2022. Appellee's answer brief on the merits shall be served twenty days after service of appellant's initial brief on the merits and appellant's reply brief on the merits shall be served ten days after service of appellee's answer brief on the merits.
Click to open document 03/04/2022 INITIAL BRIEF-MERITS AA State Of Florida STATE1 BY: AA Scott A. Browne 802743 Initial Brief on the Merits
Click to open document 03/24/2022 ANSWER BRIEF-MERITS AE Henry Perry Sireci 056338 BY: AE Julissa Fontán 32744 Answer Brief of Appellant
Click to open document 04/01/2022 MOTION-EXT OF TIME (REPLY BRIEF-MERITS) AA State Of Florida STATE1 BY: AA Scott A. Browne 802743 State's Motion for Extension of Time
Click to open document 04/04/2022 ORDER-EXT OF TIME GR (REPLY BRIEF-MERITS) Appellant's motion for extension of time is granted and Appellant is allowed to and including May 4, 2022, in which to serve the reply brief on the merits. Multiple extensions of time for the same filing are discouraged. Absent extenuating circumstances, subsequent requests may be denied.
Click to open document 05/04/2022 REPLY BRIEF-MERITS AA State Of Florida STATE1 BY: AA Jeffrey Paul Desousa 110951 Reply Brief on the Merits
Click to open document 05/09/2022 REQUEST-ORAL ARGUMENT AA State Of Florida STATE1 BY: AA Jeffrey Paul Desousa 110951 State's Request for Oral Argument
Click to open document 07/01/2022 DISP-AFFIRMED The Attorney General, on behalf of the State of Florida, seeks to vacate the trial court's May 10, 2021, Joint Stipulation and Order to Release Evidence for DNA and Fingerprint Analysis. We decline to vacate the trial court's order and therefore affirm. The defendant's motion to dismiss and the State's motion for oral argument, filed by the Attorney General, are denied. NOT FINAL UNTIL TIME EXPIRES TO FILE REHEARING MOTION AND, IF FILED, DETERMINED.
Click to open document 07/13/2022 NOTICE-WITHDRAWAL AE Henry Perry Sireci 056338 BY: AE Julissa Fontán 32744 Notice of Withdrawal of Counsel
Click to open document 07/21/2022 ORDER-NOTICE OF DELAY Article I, section 16(b)(10)b. of the Florida Constitution provides that all state-level appeals and collateral attacks on any judgment must be complete within two years of the date of appeal in non-capital cases and five years from the date of appeal in capital cases unless a court enters an order with specific findings as to why the court was unable to comply and the circumstances causing the delay. Pursuant to the administrative procedures and definitions set forth in Supreme Court of Florida Administrative Order No. AOSC19-76, this case was not completed within the time frame required by Article I, section 16(b)(10)b. because the time frame had already expired by the time this case was filed.