Dytrell JONES, Appellant, v. The STATE of Florida, Appellee.
ON ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
On July 26, 2017, the Court affirmed the denial of Dytrell Jones' motion to correct illegal sentence. On the same date, the Court ordered Jones to show cause why he should not be prohibited from filing further pro se appeals, petitions, motions, or other pleadings in this Court relating to lower tribunal cases F10–1003, F10–21841A, F11–8636B, F11–8637C, and F11–9351A.
Upon consideration of Jones' response to the order to show cause and the successive, duplicative, pro se appeals brought by Jones, we conclude that good cause has not been shown. As an example, Jones filed a motion in the lower tribunal cases that realleged the post-conviction sentencing issues denied by the lower tribunal previously and affirmed by this Court only two months before he commenced the appeal in the present case. Jones v. State, 2017 WL 1277922 (per curiam affirmed) (Table) (slip op. Apr. 5, 2017). The motion and appeal in the present case were filed without consideration of the prior rulings. Jones has engaged in the filing of other meritless, frivolous, and successive claims in addition to these cases, ignoring prior adverse rulings.
In accordance with State v. Spencer, 751 So.2d 47 (Fla. 1999), and Concepcion v. State, 944 So.2d 1069 (Fla. 3d DCA 2006), Jones is prohibited from filing any further pro se appeals, pleadings, motions, or petitions relating to his convictions, judgments, and sentences in lower tribunal cases F10–1003, F10–21841A, F11–8636B, F11–8637C, and F11–9351A. We direct the Clerk of the Third District Court of Appeal to refuse to accept any such papers relating to these circuit court case numbers unless they have been reviewed and signed by an attorney who is a duly licensed member of The Florida Bar in good standing. See Whipple v. State, 112 So.3d 540 (Fla. 3d DCA 2013).
Additionally, any such further and unauthorized pro se filings by Jones may subject him to appropriate sanctions, including the issuance of written findings forwarded to the Department of Corrections for its consideration of disciplinary action, including the forfeiture of gain time. See § 944.279(1), Fla. Stat. (2017).