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...
Client pled No Contest to NVDL - w/h, $100F, CC I had the client's TR infraction merged and dismissed. Client was going to make full payment to clerk of court today. She seemed very relieved and happy. Already left her a text asking for a review in Spanish.
Represented petitioner. Boyfriend was stalking client after they broke up and put tracking device on car and kept appearing wherever client was all over the state of florida. Judge Blackwell wouldn't accept inference that respondent was responsible for the tracking device (i.e. no fingerprints) and didn't consider other stalking behavoir sufficient to create a fear. client rejected proposed resolution of 6 month injunction before hearing.
client decided to plea. ag + 1 year probation 50 acs (can buy out all or portion of it at $10/hr) + anger management class, no contact with victims. No restitution (as no victim communication). May apply for early term at 1/2 although state isn't agreeing to early term in advance.
Client was out of the hospital and made it to court for the plea
Client was out of the hospital and made it to court for the plea. Had ten days jail with credit for 2 days time served. Plea was essentially 2xDUI mins . 5 yr DL suspension, no acs hours (got the State to delete them) fine, 30 day impound (but no car) COI, cost of prosecution, DUICAS (level 2), VIP, no alcohol, random urinalysis and breath.