Case Involving Opportunity to Pursue Public Records Claim
In Vining v. State, 827 So. 2d 201, 219 (Fla. 2002), the Court stated:
Although Vining now contends that there are many public records outstanding, he made no further complaint on the public records issue during the five-month span between the postconviction court's public records order and the evidentiary hearing.
Based on this record, we conclude that the court afforded Vining ample time and opportunity to pursue any public records claim.
Through his own actions, Vining either waived or abandoned any claim that he was denied public records.