PROFFERING THE PROFFER

So I want to proffer evidence to preserve the record for appeal, and the Judge won’t let me. So now I have to somehow proffer the proffer.  Of course the Judge won’t let me do that, either. So now I have to somehow proffer the proffer of the proffer, and you see where this is going. Luckily, the cases of  Mosley v. State, 37 Fla. L. Weekly D1626(Fla. 1st DCA 2012) and McDonald v. State, 7 FLW Supp. 579(Fla. 9th Judicial Cir. Appellate Court, 2000) stand for the proposition that a Judge must allow a proffer, and refusing the proffer may very well result in a new trial. SO PROFFER THIS!!!

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