Cox v. Florida, 38 Fla. L. Weekly D916A (Fla. 2d DCA April 24, 2013):  a defendant who, after having been ordered to be evaluated for competency to proceed and is never actually evaluated, states a sufficient claim for ineffective assistance of counsel for the attorney never having followed up on obtaining the evaluations.  In Cox, the trial corut is ordered to conduct further analysis to determine whether to hold a hearing on counsel’s decision not to have the defendant evaluated for competency.  See R. 3.270, R. 3.850.