5DCA: Impermissible Evidence of Misconduct During Sentencing Hearing

Even where a sentencing judge does not state on the record that he considered such when fashioning the sentence, incidents of misconduct occurring after the charged offense, some of which did not result in charges or arrests, were impermissible sentencing factors.

Love v. State, 2D17-76 (Fla. 2d DCA Jan. 12, 2018)

https://edca.2dca.org/DCADocs/2017/0076/170076_39_01122018_08294050_i.pdf

Pasco Co.

Valarie Linnen, Esq. Criminal, Civil, and Administrative Appeals
Postconviction Relief
PO Box 330339, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
PO Box 200, Chippewa Lake, MI 49320
888.608.8814
vlinnen@live.com
www.AppealtheJudgeNOW.com

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