336 F.Supp. 490 (S.D.Fla. 1972), Civ. 71-448, Pugh v. Rainwater
|Docket Nº:||Civ. 71-448|
|Citation:||336 F.Supp. 490|
|Party Name:||Pugh v. Rainwater|
|Case Date:||January 25, 1972|
|Court:||United States District Courts, 11th Circuit, Southern District of Florida|
Bruce S. Rogow, Rene V. Murai, Legal Services of Greater Miami, Phillip A. Hubbart, Public Defender of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Dade County, Miami, Fla., for plaintiffs.
Jack R. Blumenfeld, Asst. State's Atty., Miami, Fla., for defendant Gerstein.
Alan R. Rothstein, City Atty., Larry J. Hirsch, Asst. City Atty., Miami, Fla., for defendant Bernard E. Garmire.
Stuart Simon, County Atty., Alan T. Dimond, Asst. County Atty., Miami Fla., for defendant E. Wilson Purdy.
Robert L. Shevin, Atty. Gen., Barry Scott Richard, Asst. Atty. Gen., Miami Fla., for defendants Sutton, Rainwater, Snowden, Adair, Berkman and Ferguson.
Joseph Pardo, Miami, Fla., for defendant Sidney L. Segall.
Joseph A. Wanick, City Atty., Henry A. Edgar, Jr., Asst. City Atty., Miami Beach, Fla., for defendant Rockey Pomerance.
Aaron A. Foosaner, Miami, Fla., for defendant Morton L. Perry.
Ralph F. Miles, Hialeah, Fla., for defendant David Maynard.
August, Nimkoff & Gladstone, Pearson & Josefsberg, Jepeway, Gassen & Jepeway, Miami, Fla., for amicus curiae Dade County Bar Association.
ORDER ADOPTING PLAN TO PROVIDE PRELIMINARY HEARINGS
KING, District Judge.
In its Opinion and Final Judgment in this cause entered October 12, 1971, 332 F.Supp. 1107, the Court directed defendants to submit a plan providing for preliminary hearings before a judicial officer in all criminal cases in Dade County wherein prosecution is to be upon direct information of the State Attorney. A single plan having been submitted, that being on behalf of Defendant E. Wilson Purdy, and the Court having provided all parties with the opportunity for oral argument regarding said plan, it is
Ordered and adjudged:
I. That the aforesaid plan, as modified by the Court, shall be the official plan for implementation of the Court's
final judgment, said modified plan being as follows:
1. The purpose of this plan is to provide every arrested person (hereinafter defendant) who is to be proceeded against by direct information of the State Attorney immediate access to a committing Magistrate who shall conduct a first appearance hearing for the following purposes: (A) To advise the defendant of the charges against him; (B) To advise the defendant of his rights under the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Florida; (C) To appoint counsel if the defendant is indigent; (D) To set a date and time for a preliminary hearing to determine whether there is probable cause that the defendant committed the offense with which he is charged.
2. All proceedings will be conducted pursuant to Florida Statutes, the Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure...
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