Typically, it means that a prosecutor has provided additional discovery to the defense attorney.
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It usually means the prosecutor or district attorney has provided additional discovery or information to the defense attorney/public defender.
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Something in the response has changed: Maybe: more information, witness addresses, additional witness statements. Just read the whole document and you will know.
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It just means the prosecutor, previously having provided discovery to the defendant, is now providing additional or new discovery to the accused and his attorney. Florida has very liberal rules of discovery and the prosecution is obligated to continually update the defense if it becomes aware of additional discovery or changes in discovery (example a witness moves, prosecutor files amended discovery with the witnesses's new address)