Richardson Violation Florida
In Schopp v. State, 653 So. 2d 1016 (Fla. 1995) the supreme court stated:
In determining whether a Richardson violation is harmless, the appellate court must consider whether there is a reasonable possibility that the discovery violation procedurally prejudiced the defense.
As used in this context, the defense is procedurally prejudiced if there is a reasonable possibility that the defendant's trial preparation or strategy would have been materially different had the violation not occurred. Id. at 1020.