Past Results

“The results and testimonials provided are not necessarily representative of results obtained by the lawyer/firm or of the experience of all clients or others with the lawyer/firm.”

“Every case is different, and each client’s case must be evaluated and handled on its own merits.”

“These are just a few of the cases that have been resolved by the firm, please be sure to set an appointment for your free no-obligation consultation to discuss your case and the facts of your case in a private setting with your attorney to discuss any and all possible defenses to your case. Please remember not to discuss your case with anyone but your attorney.”

State v. CF Criminal Felony Charges – Attempted Murder

Client charged with Murder while the alleged victim was hospitalized and reported not to survive, fortunately the victim did survived, the State Attorney’s Office amended charges to Attempted Murder, Mr. Amarosa presented the facts and the evidence, Attorney Amarosa was able to get the clients charges reduced to battery, client received probation and sentenced as a youthful offender.

State v. ML: Criminal Felony Charges – Aggravated Battery with Great Bodily Harm (knife)

Client charged with Aggravated battery with great bodily harm because he stabbed an individual several times with a steak knife at a party. Attorney Amarosa filed a “Stand Your Ground Motion” with the Circuit Court. Mr. Amarosa conducted the hearing and after cross examining the State’s Witnesses and calling Defenses witnesses, Attorney Amarosa was successful in having all charges dismissed by the court under the theory that the client had a right to “Stand his Ground” and use deadly force. All charges were dismissed.

State v. DL Criminal Felony Charges – Sex Crime

Client charged with felony intentional viewing and possession of illegal pornography, after motions in limine, presentation of computer forensic experts and demonstrative evidence, Attorney Amarosa was able to get the charges reduced and the client was not charged with a sex offense nor did the client have to register as a sex offender.

State v. OR Criminal Felony Charges –Drug Offense

Client was charged with felony possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Mr. Amarosa successfully had the felony possession of cocaine dropped and the client was required to serve 12 months probation with an automatic early termination after 6 months for the other charge.

State v. QJ Criminal Misdemeanor Charges –Domestic Battery

Client charged with battery, Mr. Amarosa was able to explain that there was no battery and that there was no injury, after setting the case for trial and just before jury selection state dropped all charges.

State v. DR Criminal Misdemeanors Charges – Contractor Criminal Activity

Client was a General Contractor charged with allowing non registered contractors to use his license to pull permits, Attorney Amarosa was able to present that was not the case and the Client was able to pay an administrative fine, payout diversion with no criminal conviction.

State v. LB Criminal Felony Charges – Drug Offense

Client charged with delivery of controlled substance, after the client jumped into the car and driver drove straight at law enforcement with the automobile the law enforcement officers shot through the car windows missing the client and injuring the driver during a buy-bust sting operation, Attorney Amarosa was able to present the case to the state attorney’s office and the court allowing the client receive a withhold of adjudication and receive a short probation sentence.

State v. TC Criminal Felony Charges – Medicare Theft

Client charged with Theft and Forgery of Medicare and Food Stamps, Attorney Amarosa was able to able to present the case and the client entered into a diversion program which resulted in no conviction and no criminal record.

State v VN –Criminal Felony Charges – Sex Crime

Client charged with Felony lewd and lascivious molestation of a person under 18 years of age. Attorney Amarosa was able to prove that these two individuals where consensual even though that is not a defense to this crime. After much discussion, DNA analysis, depositions and motions, the state agreed to lessen the charge to simple battery which allowed the client to end the case with no conviction of a sex crime, no registry into the sex offender data base and no prison time.

Sate v. MR –Criminal Felony Charges – Grand Theft / Embezzlement

Client charged with Felony embezzlement and Felony theft of a large amount of money from a booster club, Attorney Amarosa was able get the felony charges reduced to petite theft charges and the client received a with hold of adjudication resulting in no conviction.

State v. VN –Criminal Felony Charges – Violation of Probation- Sex Crime

Client was charged with Felony lewd and lascivious molestation while on probation for grand theft, thus causing the client to violate probation. Attorney Amarosa was able to get violation of probation on the grand theft dismissed, the sex offenses reduced to simple battery. Client received probation with no sexual registration.

State v CB – Criminal Felony Charges – Aggravated Battery on Pregnant Female

Client facing aggravated battery charges, while out on bond client picked up new charges. Court revoked his bond. Attorney Amarosa immediately re-invoked client’s right to speedy trial. Court set trial with in the 45 day period. Three days before trial State Attorney’s office filed a nolle pros. Case was dismissed.

State v CB – Criminal Felony Charges – Armed Trespass

Client was charged with armed (fire arm) trespass on Fed Ex property at the airport. Attorney Amarosa was able to get the fire arm charge dismissed and the client received a with hold of adjudication on the trespass therefore resulting in no criminal conviction or criminal record.

State v. TP – Criminal Felony Charges – Home Invasion Robbery, Aggravated Battery with Great Bodily Harm

Client charged with home Invasion, aggravated battery with great bodily harm and robbery, Just before jury selection Attorney Amarosa and co-counsel where able to establish to the state that their case was very weak on identification, client plead no contest in his best interest and received 2years probation and a with hold of adjudication, resulting in no criminal conviction.

State v. FP – Criminal Felony Charges – Attempted Murder, Attempted Robbery, Aggravated Battery with Fire Arm, Felon in Possession of a Firearm.

Client was facing serious charges after an alleged drug deal went bad. State Attorney’s office labeled client a habitual felony offender and if convicted on any of the counts client was looking at spending the rest of their natural life in a Florida State prison. After many depositions and combing over the physical and testimonial evidence, Attorney Amarosa presented the defense’s case to the State and the State agreed to a lessor sentence. Client was required to serve some Florida State prison time, but will be illegible for parole.

State v. CB – Criminal Felony Charges – Felony Aggravated Battery on a Pregnant Female/Domestic Violence

Client charged with aggravated battery against his girlfriend, after setting the case for trial and conducting a full discovery, the State Attorney’s Office dropped all charges the morning of trial. No trial/No Conviction.

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