My question involves criminal law for the state of: Florida
Our case is that where a young man 17 is charged with the following
1) ARMED BURGLARY OF AN Occupied DWELLING Count 1
(Home Where person was sleeping)
2) GRAND THEFT FIREARM Count 2
3) GRAND THEFT THIRD DEGREE ($300 - $5,000) Count 3
This person while committing this crime was already on house arrest for other firearm crimes 6 months prior to this crime.
FELON IN POSSESSION FIREARM JUV CONVIC
FELON IN POSSESSION JUVENILE CONVICTION
POSSESSION OF A FIREARM ON SCHOOL PROPERTY
CARRYING CONCEALED FIREARM
MINOR IN POSSESSION OF A FIREARM
Because the evidence against him is can not be disputed. At the (victim) DISPOSITION we attended a plea bargain was discussed and agreed the best way to go.
How can we as the victims make sure that this young man is given the stiffest sentence possible?
By agreeing to a plea bargain with the state and his lawyer, does this still assure us he will get the stiffest sentence possible which could be life? We are aware of how these charges are punishable and we want the max.
Can we dispute any sentence he will get?
Can we be assured that the ATF will also get involved and other charges come forward from them?