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Discovery Demand

Posted March 24, 2020Ryan YadavInformation

Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.200 prescribes that the State of Florida must produce the discovery (evidence) against you within 15 days after service of Notice. Please see below an example of our Office's Demand for Discovery:

IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

IN AND FOR SEMINOLE COUNTY, FLORIDA

STATE OF FLORIDA                               CASE NUMBER:  2011MMXXXXXXXX                          

            Plaintiff,          

vs.

XX,

            Defendant.

__________________________/

 

NOTICE OF DISCOVERY AND DEMAND FOR STATEMENT OF PARTICULARS

 

            COMES NOW the Defendant, XX, by and through his undersigned attorney, and hereby makes written demand under Rule 3.220, Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure, that the State Attorney of the above Judicial Circuit, or his designated Assistant, furnish and produce for inspection, copying, testing and photographing, all information and evidence and items provided in said Discovery Rule within fifteen (15) days after receipt of this demand, or less if provided by Local Rule, with a continuing duty to disclose to the undersigned attorney, at the address indicated below.

            The undersigned attorney hereby moves that the State Attorney of the above Judicial Circuit, or his designated Assistant, furnish within fifteen days or less if provided by Local Rule, a Statement of Particulars under Rule 3.140(n), Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure, of the time, date and place of the commission of the offense alleged in the Information and/or Police Reports herein, and whether or not the State intends to prosecute the accused as a principal or accessory.

 

            I HEREBY CERTIFY a copy of the foregoing Notice has been furnished hand delivered this 10th day of January, 2012 to The Office of the State Attorney, 101 Bush Boulevard, P.O. Box 8006, Sanford, Florida.

 

 

 

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