Furthermore, with regard to claims of newly discovered evidence involving
recanted testimony, this Court has explained:
In assessing recanted testimony, we have stressed caution,
noting that it may be unreliable and trial judges must "examine all of the
circumstances in the case." Accordingly, "[r]ecantation by a witness
called on behalf of the prosecution does not necessarily entitle a.-19-
defendant to a new trial." That is the purpose of an evidentiary
Robinson v. State, 707 So. 2d 688, 691 (Fla. 1998) (citations omitted).