IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
RE: PINELLAS CIRCUIT CRI
The Florida Legislature enacted SB 2048 which became Chapter 2005-150, Laws of Florida and created additional circuit judge positions in the Sixth Judicial Circuit.
In order to
create section T, a new section in the circuit criminal law division in
IT IS ORDERED:
T is created effective
2. The Clerk of Court shall:
From section A, all the cases assigned to assistant state attorney
From section B, all the cases assigned to assistant state attorney
Shawn Smith (SPN 02197077),
From section D, all the cases assigned to assistant state attorney
Donald Kilfin (SPN 02154746), and
From section K, all the cases assigned to assistant state attorney
Doneene Dresback (SPN 02476051) and all cases assigned
to SPN 02408281
Violation of probation cases will not automatically be re-assigned with other cases to establish section T but may be re-assigned by request of the State Attorney on a case by case basis when a defendant’s charges in a case transferred to section T result in an alleged violation of probation in another case.
Cases with an attorney where the judge assigned to section T has entered an order of recusal shall not be transferred but shall remain in the currently assigned section.
When a case that has been resolved through pre-trial intervention is re-opened by one of the above assistant state attorneys, the case will be transferred to section T.
case has been reassigned to new criminal section T. Section T will open
that are currently scheduled to be heard prior to
you have matters to be heard prior to
to be heard on or after
the cases transferred pursuant to this order have a matter scheduled between
e. Provide to the judges assigned to section A, B, D, and K a listing of cases transferred out of their section to section T.
f. Provide the judge assigned to section T a listing of the cases that were transferred into the section.
h. Effective November 14, 2005, assign new cases to sections A, B, C, D, I, K, and T using an equal, at random, blind assignment system except that the Criminal Administrative Judge may modify the distribution of new cases to balance the workload.
re-notice any matter in a case that is transferred pursuant to this order and
which is scheduled to be heard on or after
AND ORDERED in Chambers at
cc: All Pinellas Judges
The Honorable Robert Dillinger, Public Defender
Gay Inskeep, Trial Courts Administrator
The Honorable Jim Coats,
All Bailiffs’ Offices