Overview of the case including prosecutor misconduct, ineffective counsel, jurors questions and appeal arguments


This case involves:

A Richardson ViolationNondisclosure of the fact that a witness changes testimony constitutes a discovery violation requiring a Richardson hearing, the Florida Supreme Court said.The victim changed her testimony from not being able to identify the suspect to identifying the suspect almost 3 years later at 100%. Yet the suspect was wearing a mask and she originally said that she could only see his eyes. Then she said that the nose looked familiar.

                        I was emailed the 911 call from the victim. The victim said that she would only be able to identify the suspect if he looked the way he looked when he attempted to rob her. In other words, he had to have the bandana covering half his face and hoodie, covering his head. On her 911 call, she said the assailant was 5’7.

One time, she said she could see the…

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