Monday, July 8, 2019

Question: Do Florida's Rules of Criminal Procedure "really matter" or are they just a bunch of mumbo-jumbo?

I'm talking like, "in actuality," or "for all intents and purposes" type of stuff. Do you know what I mean? I mean, obviously, there is a list of rules, but do "we" really have to follow them? Can't we just dispense with them at will if we want to? OK, probably not.


But, what if we just don't really like maybe 1 or 2 of the rules? Can we just dispense with that rule and maybe just think to yourself "screw it," who needs that one? Right or no? I mean, are they even valid and enforceable? 


I'm just thinking out loud and musing to myself (I'm also heavily, heavily medicated, just thought I'd throw that out there. It's "sort of" required for me to be on a cocktail of very powerful, mind-altering, psychotropic/psychiatric drugs, including highly controlled substances, by order of the State of Florida). 


Yup, it's "sort of" written into my plea deal and I definitely need to be in compliance with my plea deal (among other things).


Ok, so I'll re-post the "silly" little rules below so we can look them up and reference them as we go along. Here they are: https://www-media.floridabar.org/uploads/2019/06/Criminal-Procedure-Rules-01-01-19.pdf


Next, I'll give you an example of what I mean and what I'm sort of "getting at," if you will...


Look, I've accepted the fact that "I'm crazy." It is what it is. That's why I need your help in trying to figure this out and "decipher" some codes with me. Are you cool with that? C'mon, help a brotha out, will you?


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