Prior to your sentencing, it is possible to have friends, relatives, co-workers and employers write character letters of support to the judge, which you hope will be considered prior to the judge imposing a sentence.
The Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure have limited the amount of leeway a judge has due to mandated sentencing guidelines; however, the judge does have some discretion, and at times strong letters of support can influence a judge to impose a sentence at the lower end of the range set forth in the guidelines. Here’s what to do: (read more)
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