Florida Supreme Court Casts Critical Eye on Amendment 4
Replying to Lagoa, Molly Danahy, an attorney representing one of the felons suing the state over its interpretation of Amendment 4, reiterated Marino’s argument. “That’s not what the letter says,” Justice Carlos Muñiz noted. Danahy also argued that the court did not have the ability to even take up DeSantis’ request for an opinion, in part because the court already took up Amendment 4 when they approved it for last year’s ballot. Justices appeared to disagree.
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