Felony Continued

STATE v. RS

Result: Pretrial Diversion

Client was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Marijuana, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Two weeks prior, Client was arrested on Possession of Marijuana with Intent, and Possession of Paraphernalia charges. Tampa criminal defense attorney Jason Mayberry negotiated with the State Attorney’s Office and got his Client into Pretrial Diversion on the Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Marijuana, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia charges. All previous charges were dropped as a part of the deal.

STATE v. CT

Result: Probation revoked and terminated without penalty

Client was on probation for two counts of carrying a concealed firearm, possession of cocaine, and possession of marijuana. Tampa criminal lawyer Jason Mayberry did not represent his Client when he originally pled to those charges. Client lost his job, and as a result was evicted from his home. Because of the eviction and without a place to go, our client was rendered homeless. Upon eviction client returned to his home state where he lived in harmony with the law for nearly 20 years, all the while working and raising a family. Due to absconding to his home state years before, a warrant was issued for our Client for violating his felony probation for failing to appear at a probation meeting and for failing to update his probation officer as to his whereabouts. Client was ultimately picked up at his home for a separate incident and detained in his home state prior to being transferred to Florida to answer his violation of probation warrant. Upon hire, Tampa criminal attorney Jason Mayberry successfully attended CT’s VOP hearing where the Judge terminated Client’s probation.

STATE v. CM

Result: Violation of Probation Dismissed

Client was on probation for Grand Theft, four counts of Grand Theft Auto, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Uttering a Forged Instrument and Obtaining Lodging with Intent to Defraud. Client was pulled over and arrested for driving with a suspended license with knowledge and a violation of probation in Hillsborough County. Tampa criminal lawyer Jason Mayberry was retained. Tampa criminal lawyer Mayberry advised our client to enter an admission to the VOP. An admission was entered at arraignment and a request was made that probation be reinstated and Client be released immediately. Jason Mayberry cited Client’s excellent relationship with his probation officer and that Client had completed most probationary terms. Facing up to 35 years in Florida State Prison, Client’s probation was reinstated, and Client was immediately released from custody.

STATE v. GS

Result: Pretrial Diversion

Client was charged with fleeing to elude on his motorcycle. Client was clocked going 94 in a 45 mph zone and chase was given by a Sheriff’s deputy. Client ultimately came to a stop on a gravel road near his home. Tampa criminal lawyer Jason Mayberry was retained and within 3 weeks negotiated a Pre-Trial Diversion deal. Florida’s Fleeing to Elude Statute carries a mandatory driver’s license suspension. Pretrial diversion allowed our client to keep his record free from a criminal conviction and the mandatory driver’s license suspension.

STATE v. DB

Result: VOP facing 6 years in prison negotiated to 1 year of house arrest followed by probation

Client was on probation for Sale and Possession of Marijuana in addition to Possession of Paraphernalia. Client was arrested for with Possession of Cocaine, violating his felony probation status and doing so with another drug offense. A violation of probation for a similar crime as the crime precipitating the probation is the most violation of probation for an attorney to handle. Client was facing 6 years in the Department of Corrections if he was found to have violated his probation in addition to up to 6 years for his new law violation. Tampa criminal lawyer Jason Mayberry was hired and negotiated a plea with no. Mayberry negotiated one year of house arrest and 30 days of in house drug rehabilitation followed by one year of felony probation.