In this Article, I will discuss the Miami-Dade "excessive caseload" litigation, which continues to unfold in Florida's appellate courts. In doing so, I will offer some thoughts on the separation of powers implications of the aforementioned statute, which, other than a similar provision adopted in Coloradol7 that has gone unchallenged, stands alone in the nation.
Wayne A. Logan,
Litigating the Ghost of Gideon in Florida: Separation of Powers as a Tool to Achieve Indigent Defense Reform,
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