on appeal has been transmitted to the appellate court), files a motion to withdraw in the First District Court of Appeal, certifying conflict consistent with the criteria prescribed in §§ 27.5303, 27.51l(5)(e)-(f) and 27.51 l(8), Florida Statutes; WHEREAS, under § 27.511, Florida Statutes, and 9.l40(d), Florida Rules of
Pro se litigants: use Form 27 to ask the Court to file a motion for any relief other than for an extension of time, to waive the fees, or for appointment of counsel (see Forms 13, 14, 4, 23, and 24).
disqualify counsel found to be in conflict of interest with respect to a case before the court. When opposing counsel is in a serious conflict of interest, it is clearly the duty of an attorney to move for disqualifica-tion. Some motions to disqualify opposing counsel, however, may be
trial counsel’s having filed his notice of appeal in an untimely fashion. The DCA denied Smith’s habeas for belated appeal by a per curiam denied order, stating simply that the habeas petition was denied “on the merits.” Smith v. State, 29 So.3d 295 (Fla. 1st DCA 2010). Smith then filed a motion pursuant to Rule 3.850, Florida Rules of ...
9. Section 8 (e) of Rule 39 provides that “in all cases, the writ of execution shall specifically state the amount of the interest, costs, damages, rents, or profits due as of the date of the issuance of the writ, aside from the principal obligation under the judgment” and that “for this purpose, the motion for execution shall specify the amounts of the foregoing reliefs sought by the ...
Lawyers are also permitted to withdraw from representing clients under circumstances that would not require withdrawal. The Florida Supreme Court has held that, in a civil case, an attorney has the right to terminate the attorney-client relationship and to withdraw upon due notice to his client and approval by the court, which approval "should be rarely withheld and then only upon a determination that the withdrawal would interfere with the efficient and proper functioning of the court."
809.30(4)(d) (d) When the motion to withdraw is filed in circuit court, appointed counsel shall prepare and serve a copy of the order determining counsel's motion to withdraw upon the person and the appellate division intake unit in the Madison appellate office of the state public defender within 14 days after the court's determination.
142 Motion to Withdraw as Counsel Contributed by Siana McLean D. Time, Place, and Manner of Hearing 143 Motion for Closed Hearing ... 165 Sample Table of Contents