State of Florida vs. J.R.M.

Charge: Possession of Heroin
Outcome: Dismissed by Motion to Dismiss

State of Florida vs. O.A.

Charge:
Battery on a Pregnant Female
Outcome:
Not Filed

State of Florida vs. J.E.C.

Charge:
Trafficking in Amphetamines
Outcome:
Dismissed

State of Florida vs. N.P.B.

Charge:
Child Abuse
Outcome:
Case Dismissed

State of Florida vs. C.P.

Charge:
Burglary of a Conveyance
Outcome:
Case Dismissed

State of Florida vs. R.M.

Charge:
5th (DUI) with Damage/Injury
Outcome:
Case Dismissed

State of Florida vs. S.C.M.

Charge:
Possession of cocaine
Outcome:
Not Filed

State of Florida vs. L.D.R.

Charge:
(DUI) Above .15
Outcome:
Case Dismissed by Motion

State of Florida vs. F.S.H.

Charge:
Resisting Officer with Violence
Outcome:
Not Filed

State of Florida vs. V.A.S.

Charge:
2nd DUI within 5 Years
Outcome:
Case Dismissed by Motion

Homicide & Attempted Homicide

What is Homicide?

Homicide is an overarching term for the unlawful killing of one human being done by another. This is then divided into two types of illegal killing – murder and manslaughter. This includes:

  • Premeditated Murder

  • Felony Murder

  • Manslaughter

  • Driving Under the Influence Manslaughter

  • Vehicular or Vessel Homicide

  • Aggravated Manslaughter

What is Attempted Homicide?

Unsuccessfully attempting to kill another human being is considered to be just as heinous as committing the act. Attempted homicide, meaning attempted murder or manslaughter, means that the accused was aware of their actions and had the intent to kill and can include:

  • Attempted Murder

  • Attempted Felony Murder

  • Attempted Manslaughter by Act

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