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CRIMINAL LAW--SELF-DEFENSE--SENTENCING. The trial court properly found that the defendant was not entitled to a judgment of acquittal on the basis of self-defense where the evidence of self-defense was equivocal. The Court held that the defendant is entitled to resentencing pursuant to chapter 2014-220, Laws of Florida, and to resentencing pursuant to the decision in Williams v. State, 186 So. 3d 989 (Fla. 2016).
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CRIMINAL LAW--LIMITATION OF ACTIONS--APPEALS. Responding to a certified question, the Court held that a defendant who claims that the offense as charged in the information is barred by the statute of limitations must raise the issue in the trial court in order to preserve the issue for appeal. The Court further held that a defendant who is prejudiced by trial counsel's nonstrategic failure to raise a statute of limitations defense is not precluded from asserting a claim of ineffective assistance of counsel.
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