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Amendments to the Rules of Appellate Procedure.

The Appellate Court Rules Committee invites comment on the proposed fast track, out-of-cycle amendment to the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure shown below. The full text of the proposal can be found at the Bar's Web site at Interested persons have until December 15, to submit comments to Siobhan H. Shea, Chair, P.O. Box 2436, Palm Beach 33480-2436. Under the ACRC's Fast-Track Internal Operating Procedure a majority of the ACRC's Executive Subcommittee must approve the proposal, and unless a minium of one-third of the full ACRC opposes it, the proposal must be submitted to the Florida Supreme Court. The tally below reflects this procedure.

9.140(c)(1) 60-5 * Creates a new subdivision (L) to conform to the
 creation of section 775.08435(3), Florida
 Statutes, by Chapter 2004-60, Laws of Florida,
 which allows for state appeals from orders
 withholding adjudication in criminal cases.
 Reletters subsequent subdivisions to reflect new
 subdivision (L).

* 32 affirmative votes, 28 members did not respond and according to the
ACRC IOP are considered affirmative votes, and 5 opposed.
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Date:Nov 15, 2004
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