General Credit Hours: 1
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Florida voters amended the state constitution in 2018, adopting a key proposal from the Constitutional Revision Commission that raised the judicial retirement age to 75, expanded victim's rights in criminal proceedings including appeals (Marsy's Law), and ended deference to state agencies' interpretations of state statutes or rules in administrative proceedings. Have these changes significantly affected appellate courts? Or was it much ado about nothing from an appellate perspective? Please join Glen Gifford, Chief of Appeals with the Public Defender of the Second Judicial Circuit, Board Certified Criminal Appellate Specialist Diana Johnson, and Hon. Andrew Manko with the Division of Administrative Hearings, as they share their thoughts about the changes wrought from the passage of Amendment 6.
Original Program Date: May 18, 2021
Amendment 6 On Appeal
Glen P. Gifford, Tallahassee
Hon. Andrew D. Manko, Tallahassee
Diana Johnson, Johnson & Lufrano, Jacksonville
Course Number: 3956
Appellate Practice Credit Hours: 1
Criminal Appellate Law Credit Hours: 1
State, Federal Government and Administrative Practice: 1