HEARINGS & BRIEFS
Florida Supreme Court Docket about Michael Lambrix's case
April 4, 2017 - Motion for rehearing and/or reconsideration of decision March 9, 2017
(denial of postconviction relief)
April 5, 2017 - Petition for En Banc Rehearing or Panel Rehearing
August 17, 2016 - Lambrix pro se appeal US Supreme Court
January 28, 2016 - Cary Lambrix files motion for expanded Florida Supreme Court arguments in his death warrant case.
January 25, 2016 - Michael Lambrix files renewed motion for stay of execution & related documents.
January 22, 2016 - Brief filed by the American Civil Liberties Union Capital Punishment Project (ACLU-CPP) and the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida (ACLU-FL) in support of Cary Michael Lambrix
January 14, 2016 - Cary Lambrix files renewed motion for stay of execution in light of Hurst decision.
January 11, 2016 - Michael Lambrix asks Florida Supreme Court for stay of execution and files new habeas petition.
January 5, 2016 - Notice of Appeal filed to Florida Supreme Court
The nature of the orders appealed from is the summary denial of Michael Lambrix's motions for post conviction relief, motion for DNA testing, motion for stay of execution, and the order denying rehearing
December 31, 2016 - Motion for Rehearing
Motion for Rehearing as to Rule 3.851 motion, rule 3.853 motion and motion for stay of execution to allow for PET scan prior to any evidentiary hearing
December 14, 2016 - Clemency counsel for Mike Lambrix objects to the denial of clemency and requests a stay of execution to allow time for the full Executive Clemency Board to conduct a hearing
December 2015 - Circuit Court Glades County
Motion for Stay, Second 3.853 Motion, successive 3.851 Motion
Appeals filed by Mike Lambrix with the US Supreme Court
May 15, 2015 - Motion to Recall Mandate, challenging the denial of 11th Circuit appeal No. 14-15617
December 16, 2014 - 11th Circuit appeal
Application for leave to file second or successive habeas corpus petition based upon newly discovered evidence establishing innocence
June 26, 2014 -- Lambrix v. Crews 13-11917
Ruling on Mike Lambrix's claim against the district court with the 11th circuit. They dismiss his claim to be appointed counsel under the Martinez rule.
June, 2014 --- Lambrix v. Crews 13-11917 Reply to 13 – A3559
Appeal filed in the Federal Court of Appeals challenging the lower Federal court's refusal to appoint legal counsel
as required under applicable Federal law. * Note: Oral arguements have been scheduled for June 26, 2014
October, 2013 ---- Lambrix v. Crews 13 – A3559. Petition for a writ of certiorarito The United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit Capital case
December, 2013 --- Michael's Lambrix's appeal "Petition for Writ of Certiorari” Lambrix v. State SC13-1471 to the United States Supreme Court, asking them to review the Florida Supreme Court’s denial of his new evidence/innocence appeal this in June 2013.
November, 2009 — Judicial Qualifications Commission Response
October 2009 — Ethics Complaint To Judicial Qualifications Committee
October 2009 — Notice of Filing Ethics Complaint Judicial Qualifications Committee
October 2009 — Appellees Response To Motion To Withdraw Due To Conflict 83-12 CF
Otober 2009 — Request for Hearing On Motion to Withdraw Due to Conflict 83-12 CF
October 2009 — Defendant’s Motion to Conduct Durocher Hearing & Waive Right to Post Conviction Representation
September 2009 — Motion to Compel DNA Testing
June 9, 2009 — Motion to Quash Transport of Defendant
April 29, 2009 — State's Answer to Succesive Motion to Vacate
April 2009 — Supplemental Appeal Brief (Pro Se) SC08-0064 - In reading Lambrix’s own “Supplemental Pro Se Appeal Brief” it becomes clear that this is a case of indisputable actual innocence, and reveals how those acting in behalf of the state have unethically perpetrated this inconceivable injustice. Anyone looking at this case should fully read this comprehensive, hand written “Supplemental Pro Se Appeal Brief” in its entirety.
April 13, 2009 — Reply Brief SC08-64 - On April 13, 2009 CCRC council William Hennis and Craig Trocino (former co-director of the Florida Innocence Initiative) filed a “Reply Brief of Appellant” responding to the states arguments. This action is limited by law to only 35 pages, but adequately provides a response to the state’s argument, showing that the state (Carol Dittmar) twisted both law and fact to support her argument, and that applicable law clearly requires that the convictions against Lambrix be thrown out.
April 8, 2009 — Succesive Motion to Vacate Judgments of Conviction & Sentence with Special Request Leave Amend - On April 8th, 2009 Mr. Lambix submitted a comprehensive “pro se” brief entitled “Supplemental Pro Se Appeal Brief,” personally arguing that the Florida Supreme Court improperly rejected his (Lambrix’s) own pro se motion to discharge CCRC Counsel, and that the court must accept Lambrix’s own supplemental arguments.
February 9, 2009 State’s Reply Brief - On February 09, 2009 the state, again represented by Assistant Attorney General Carol M. Dittmar, filed a comprehensive “Answer Brief of Appellee” in which the state argued that Lambrix has failed to produce any substantial newly discovered evidence warranting relief from these convictions. Representing the state, Ms. Dittmar argued that even if the alleged newly discovered evidence was credible, it is not legally sufficient to allow the Florida Supreme Court to vacate the convictions.
Feb 2, 2009 — Lambrix’s Opposition to counsel’s unauthorized motion to allow amending & correcting initial brief
January 26, 2009 — Lambrix’s Motion to Compel Clerk to File Pro Se Action
January 21 2009 — Corrected Initial Brief
January 2009 — Motion to Strike Fatally Defective FSC Brief with Renewed Motion to Discharge Incompetent Post-conviction Counsel, and Waive Further Post-conviction Representation, with Request For Leave to File Corrected Appeal Brief.
November 2008 — Initial Brief to FSC SC08-64
May 5, 2004 — Hearings Transcripts Michael Lambrix testified in April 2004 before the lower Circuit Court
Oct 1996 — Motion for Rehearing
May 1996 — Lambrix’s Reply Brief
March 1996 — State’s Answer Brief
January 1996 -- Initial Brief