The Umansky Law Firm recently won a case in which we sought a modification to our client’s probation order. We requested the deletion of an unnecessary requirement that our client must participate in a two-year-long drug treatment program. This case emphasizes the importance of hiring an experienced attorney when filing appeals and post-conviction modifications. State v. 2009-CF-012432-A-O Our client had become addicted to hydrocodone following an accident and began writing himself prescriptions. The State of Florida charged him with four counts of...
ag + 9 months community control followed by 3 years probation. May early term at 22.5 months. Drug testing, drug eval and treatment, 6 month DL suspension. Good result on possession case, as client scored 35 months prison. Client declined alternative offer of 300 days jail.
Client faced minimum 14 months of prison to maximum five years of prison if found to be in violation of probation. Reached a resolution that resulted in client being reinstated to probation with community sanctions.
Client was on probation for carjacking. He violated his probation for a second time. The State's offer was to send him back to prison for an additional 24 months. After working the State, and explaining my client's unique situation, the State agreed to community control instead of prison. Client's probation was modified to community control with a substance abuse evaluation with any recommended treatment.
Client faced minimum 45 months of prison to maximum five years of prison if found to be in violation of probation. Reached a resolution that resulted in client being reinstated to probation with previous conditions.