Notice: Proposed criminal rules amendments

Posted On Dec 19 2020 by

first_img: Proposed criminal rules amendments In response to the Supreme Court’s request in Amendments to Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure 3.851, 3.852, and 3.993, 797 So. 2d 1213 (Fla. 2001), the Court’s Committee on Post Conviction Relief in Capital Cases has filed its proposed amendments to Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.851(h), which addresses the procedures to be followed in capital cases after a death warrant is signed by the Governor.The court invites all interested persons to comment on the committee’s proposed amendments, which are reproduced in full below, as well as online at An original and seven copies of all comments must be filed with the court on or before May 1, with a certificate of service verifying that a copy has been served on the committee chair (Chief Judge Stan R. Morris, Eighth Judicial Circuit, Alachua County Courthouse, 201 East University Avenue, Gainesville 32601) as well as a separate request for oral argument if the person filing the comment wishes to participate in oral argument which has been scheduled in this case for June 5. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA AMENDMENTS TO FLORIDA RULE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 3.851(h), SC02-526. Rule 3.851. Collateral Relief After Death Sentence Has Been Imposed And Affirmed on Direct Appeal. (a) – (g) No Change (h) After Death Warrant Signed. The time periods provided for under this rule shall be expedited after a death warrant has been signed. (1) Judicial Assignment. The Chief Judge of the circuit shall assign the case to a judge qualified under the Rules of Judicial Administration to conduct capital cases as soon as notification of the death warrant is received. (2) Calendar Advancement. Proceedings after a death warrant has been issued shall take precedence over all other cases. The assigned judge shall make every effort to resolve scheduling conflicts with other cases including cancellation or rescheduling of hearings or trials and requesting senior judge assistance. (3) Schedule of Proceedings. The time limitations in this rule shall not apply after a death warrant has been signed. All motions shall be heard expeditiously considering the time limitations set by the date of execution and the time required for appellate review. A stay of execution should only be granted when orderly disposition of the case requires it due to logistical difficulties, unavailability of witnesses or other unavoidable circumstances. (4) Venue. The traditional provisions for venue are suspended while a death warrant is pending. Venue shall be determined by the trial judge considering the availability of witnesses or evidence, the security problems involved in the case, and any other factor determined by the trial court. (5) Postconviction Motions. All motions filed after a death warrant is issued shall be considered successive motions and subject to the content requirement of section (e)(2) of this rule. (6) Presence of the defendant. The defendant shall be present in person if practical or, if not, electronically, at all evidentiary hearings and at any hearing involving change of counsel after a death warrant has been issued. (7) Case Management Conference; Evidentiary Hearing. The assigned judge shall schedule a case management conference as soon as reasonably possible after receiving notification that a death warrant has been signed. During the case management conference the court shall set a time for filing a postconviction motion and shall schedule a hearing in accordance with section (f)(5)(B) of this rule. (8) Reporting Evidentiary Hearing. The assigned judge shall require the proceedings conducted under death warrant to be reported using the most advanced and accurate technology available in general use at the location of the hearing. The proceedings shall be transcribed expeditiously considering the time limitations set by the execution date. (9) Procedures After Evidentiary Hearing. The court shall obtain a transcript of the evidentiary hearing and shall render its order in accordance with section (f)(5)(D) of this rule as soon as possible after the hearing is concluded. A copy of the final order shall be electronically transmitted to the Supreme Court of Florida, and to the attorneys of record. (10) Transmittal of Record. The record shall be immediately delivered to the Clerk of the Supreme Court of Florida by the Clerk of the trial court or as ordered by the assigned judge. A notice of appeal shall not be required to transmit the record. Notice: Proposed criminal rules amendments Notice April 1, 2002 Noticeslast_img read more

Mervana Jugić won the title in double match

Posted On Aug 16 2020 by

first_imgBiH tennis player Mervana Jugić-Salkić won the title at double match of ITF Tournament of Trnava (Slovakia) worth 75 000 USD.Jugić-Salkić, paired with Czech tennis player Renata Voracov, defeated Slovak pair Jana Cepelova and Anna Karolina Schmiedel with 6:1, 6:1.Jugić-Salkić is a 33 year-old BiH tennis player. In 2004 she was ranked 99 player of the World.On 10 July 2006, Jugić-Salkić reached No. 59 in doubles, after winning ASB Classic in 2004 with Jelena Kostanić and Internazionali di Modena in 2005 with Yulia Beygelzimer. She also won 15 singles and 42 doubles events organized by International Tennis Federation. Jugić-Salkić represented Bosnia and Herzegovina at the 2004 Summer Olympic. During her long career, she defeated players such as Yan Zi, Victoria Azarenka, Bethanie Mattek, Sania Mirza, Anabel Medina Garrigues, Nuria Llagostera Vives and Sybille Bammer.(D.J.)last_img read more

Sumner County Sheriff weekly bookings: Aug. 4 – Aug. 11, 2014

Posted On Aug 14 2020 by

first_imgBrown, Joshua32Wichita, KSKansas Star Casino Mulvane KSMPDPossession of opiate;possession of para;Interfernce of LEO,unlawful use of  a drivers license;Probation Violation;FTA8/7/14 Monday 0600  to  Monday 0600  WEEKLY   BOOKINGS 08/04/2014 thru 08/11/2014  Liersemann, Taylor B.19South Haven, KS1600 S. Broadway South Haven,KSSUSOMinor in Possession (CMB Alcohol), DUI8/10/14 End of Report Hewitt, William W.26Wichita, KS501 N.Washington, Wellington Ks.SUSOServe Sentence8/7/14 Kastl, Kevin S.46Mulvane, KS1299 E. 119th Mulvane, KSSUSOOklahoma Warrant8/9/14 Sedgwick Co30 Bookings Oliphant, Ernest R.19Wichita, KS211 N Second Mulvane. KSMPDWarrant- PV8/5/14 The following is the Sumner County Sheriff jail bookings for Aug. 4 to Aug. 11, 2014:  KHP2 Byars, Gregory L.61Wichita, KSCentral & Chisolm Caldwell KSCAPDDUI8/10/14 Prillman , Garrett L.20Wichita, KSWaukegan -Lake County JailSUSO Agg indecent liberties ,indecent liberties of child and indecent liberties with a child8/7/14 Adams, Amanda D.29Eldorado, KS501 N.Washington Wellington, KSSUSOTheft, Identity Theft8/4/14 Schlegel, Seth A.37Wichita, KS610 E Hillside Wellington,KSSUSOServing Sentence8/9/14 Dewey, Sophia K.51Wichita, KSKansas Star Casino Mulvane KSMPDPossession of opiate;possession of paraphernailia8/7/14 Caldwell PD1 Sumner Co14 Treadway, Jamie R.28Wichita, KSI-35, mp 17KHPD.W.S., T.O.C., and Interference with L.E. O.8/6/14 Ledesma, Carrie C.30Wellington, KS200 N C Wellington, KSWPDTheft8/10/14center_img Mulvane3 Drouhard, Shawnel B.46Caldwell, KS611 E Hillside Wellington,KSSUSOServing Sentence8/4/14 Albright, Shawna M.29Wichita, KS1300 E. U.S. 166 Highway South Haven, KSSUSODWS, No Insurance8/9/14 Mellott, Lawrence J.50Eldorado, KS500 W 4th Belle Plaine, KSBPPDDriving Under Influence8/9/14 Shafer, Jeffery R.55Mulvane, KS1400 N. Hydraulic Mulvane, KSSUSODriving Under Influence8/9/14 Date: 8/11/2014 Appelhans, Phillip L.36Wichita, KS501 N.Washington, Wellington Ks.SUSOProbaiton Violation8/7/14 Koehn, Lisa M.33Wellington, KS500 N WashingtonSUSOWarrant- PV8/8/14 Lippincott, Gabriel A.36Wichita, KSLynnburis Drive, Wellington KsWPDPedestrian Under the Influence8/6/14 Lilly, Frank T. III54Garden City, KSFinney County JailSUSOWarrant-FTA, Hold for Pennington County8/7/14 Lamb, Scott F.36Conway Springs, KS111 S 7th Conway Springs KSSUSOFalse Impersonation8/5/14         Wellington PD3 Hollingsworth, Jason T.34Derby, KSI-35 MP 7 South Haven KSKHPDUI8/10/14 Leighty, Shannon L.18Winfield, KS610 E Hillside Wellington,KSSUSOWarrants- PV x 2, FTA8/4/14 Logue, Nicole L.Wellington, KS1402 Michigan Apt A Wellington,KSWPDDWS, Illegal Registration8/6/14 NameAgeHome TownLocation of ArrestAgencyChargesDate of Arrest Total53last_img read more

Ginnie Mae HUD Moving to New Rate Index

Posted On Aug 15 2019 by

first_img in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News Ginnie Mae and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) have discussed ways to implement a change to their rate index, and move away from the current London InterBank Offered Rate (LIBOR) standard, according to a report by Reverse Mortgage Daily. Michael Drayne, SVP of the Office of the President of Ginnie Mae, presented this topic at the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA) Eastern Regional Meeting in New York earlier this month. The report states that international investigations found LIBOR was vulnerable to manipulation efforts identified between 2003 and 2012, and global regulators started actively advising financial institutions to move away from the LIBOR standard by 2021. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York in 2014 convened the Alternative Reference Rates Committee (ARRC) to identify best practices for alternate rates, while also developing an implementation plan.“We’re looking at this, HUD is looking at this, and we’re all participating in the industry working group convened by the Federal Reserve ARRC,” Drayne told NRMLA conference attendees. “The amount of time we have to figure everything out is less reassuring the more you look at how complicated this problem is. We at Ginnie Mae have indirect exposure to this issue. In the end, on the government side, it’s up to the Secretary of Housing to determine what the main rate is going to be.”Drayne said Ginnie Mae’s purpose in the process is to determine how to facilitate the transition to whichever rate is chosen. Since Home Equity Conversion Mortgage-backed securities (HMBS) issuance is focused on adjustable-rate mortgages, this will play into the decision. A rising LIBOR index could also result in lower principal limit factors, further decreasing the issuance volume of HMBS, according to Reverse Mortgage Daily.“To the extent a Ginnie Mae issuer wants to be in this market, we think that should be part of a diversified business plan,” Drayne said. “We want to make sure that they’re committed to the reverse mortgage business and committed to helping senior homeowners.”A Look at Reverse Mortgage TrendsHome Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) loan originations continued to decline in March according to data from Reverse Mortgage Insights.In March, overall HECM originations stood at 2,573 loans, registering a month-over-month decline of 35.7%. While retail HECMs declined 36.1% to 1,497 loans, the wholesale market stood at 1,076 loans registering a month-over-month decline of 35.1%.The report indicated that the top 10 lenders in this segment all saw declines during the month “without the tailwind from loans built up during the government shutdown.” The combined wholesale and retail volume among the top 10 lenders stood at 2,336 loans, a decrease from 3,567 loans originated in February 2019. Ginnie Mae, HUD Moving to New Rate Index? May 29, 2019 462 Views center_img Ginnie Mae HECM HMBS HUD Libor Reverse Mortgages 2019-05-29 Mike Albanese Sharelast_img read more