Reid v. State, 38 Fla. F. Weekly D857c (Fla. 4th DCA April 17, 2013):  where defendant gave incorrect address info at a booking on original charge, and later law enforcement relied on that information in trying to notice defendant that charges the defendant thought were abandoned were re-filed, State made some effort to notify the defendant of the continued prosecution.  Thus, defendant was not entitled to discharge for any violation of speedy trial, as he was properly notified of the charge and did not assert any right to a speedy trial.  See Rule 3.191.