final until disposition of any timely and authorized motion
under Fla. R. App. P. 9.330 or 9.331.
appeal from the Circuit Court for Leon County. Angela C.
Valarie Linnen, Jacksonville, for Appellant.
Moody, Attorney General, and Sharon S. Traxler, Assistant
Attorney General, Tallahassee, for Appellee.
Lynn appeals an order denying his motion for postconviction
relief following an evidentiary hearing. We affirm.
was convicted by a jury of four counts of second-degree
murder, one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted
felon, and one count of tampering with a witness. He was
sentenced to thirty years' imprisonment, followed by
fifteen years' probation. After his counsel filed an
Anders[*] appeal, this
Court affirmed his convictions and sentences per curiam
without a written opinion. Lynn v. State, 134 So. 3d
456 (Fla. 1st DCA 2014).
timely moved for postconviction relief, raising twelve claims
of ineffective assistance of counsel and one claim of
cumulative error. After an evidentiary hearing, the trial
court denied the motion in its entirety. This appeal follows.
Lynn raised thirteen issues in his motion for postconviction
relief, he appeals only the denial of claims two, five, six,
nine, ten, and thirteen. Lynn thus waived the remaining
claims by failing to present arguments on those claims in his
initial brief. Prince v. State, 40 So. 3d 11, 12
(Fla. 4th DCA 2010). So we affirm the denial of claims one,
three, four, seven, eight, eleven, and twelve without further
review de novo an order denying a motion for postconviction
relief after an evidentiary hearing. Corbett v.
State, 267 So. 3d 1051, 1055 (Fla. 1st DCA 2019). To
prevail on a claim of ineffective assistance of counsel, the
appellant must show that counsel's performance was
outside the wide range of reasonable professional assistance
and that such conduct in fact prejudiced the outcome of the
proceedings because without the conduct, there is a
reasonable probability that the outcome would have been
different. Strickland v. Washington, 466 U.S. 668,
687-88, 691-92 (1984); Spencer v. State, 842 So.2d
52, 61 (Fla. 2003).
asserts that defense counsel was ineffective for failing to
object to the trial court's instruction to the jury that
transcripts would not be provided during its deliberations.
Lynn contends that the jury would have understood the
court's answer to mean that any read-back of the
testimony would be prohibited. He argues that it was per se
reversible error to instruct a ...