2016 Florida Statutes
TITLE VI - CIVIL PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
Chapter 79 - HABEAS CORPUS
79.10 - Effect of judgment.
79.10 Effect of judgment.—The judgment is conclusive until reversed and no person remanded by the judgment while it continues in force shall be at liberty to obtain another habeas corpus for the same cause or by any other proceeding bring the same matter again in question except by an appeal or by action of false imprisonment; nor shall any person who is discharged from confinement by the judgment be afterward confined or imprisoned for the same cause except by order of a court of competent jurisdiction.
History.—s. 9, Sept. 16, 1822; s. 9, ch. 3129, 1879; RS 1779; GS 2256; RGS 3579; CGL 5443; s. 29, ch. 67-254.
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