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I have a defendant who is in jail on an extremely serious offense who recently stupidly decided he wants to represent himself. He said all the right things at the Faretta hearing so the judge has granted it.

I'd love to visit with someone who has dealt with this situation in recent years (since the change in 39.14). Thanks in advance.
 
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I’ve done it twice in recent years, and I think they were both assaults. We redacted personal identifying information, let stand-by counsel know what was redacted, but didn’t really do anything else any differently than we would with regular discovery, if I recall correctly.
 
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