Case Results

Possession of MDMA and Prescription Drug without a Prescription; Possession of Cocaine and MDMA (Orange County)

  • Date: July 20, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested twice and had two pending cases at the same time; once for felony possession of MDMA and a prescription drug without a prescription, and again for felony possession of cocaine and MDMA. Officers found these substances in his possession after they stopped him for a broken tail light, and proceeded to search his car and person.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter represented our client for both cases. When our client was arrested the second time, his bond was automatically revoked for the first case and he was stuck in jail with no bond. Mr. Fetter was able to convince the prosecutor not to file formal charges on his first case, so our client was released from jail. Mr. Fetter was then able convince the prosecutor to get both of the cases 100% dropped by arguing that both officers conducted an illegal search and seizure.

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Dealing in Stolen Property and Petit Theft (Orange County)

  • Date: July 12, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for dealing in stolen property and petit theft after being caught on video stealing a cell phone at a bar. Officers later discovered that our client pawned the stolen phone.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our client a deal where the client would serve no prison time with no conviction.

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Possession of Fentanyl, Alprazolam, and Drug Paraphernalia (Seminole County)

  • Date: July 3, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for felony possession of fentanyl, alprazolam, and drug paraphernalia after the officer responded to a call about a possibly intoxicated person.
  • Outcome: Though our client was originally facing twenty years in prison, Mr. Fetter was able to get her into a program where she would attend counseling sessions, and all of her charges would be dropped.

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Aggravated Assault with a Firearm and Domestic Violence (Orange County)

  • Date: June 25, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for aggravated assault with a firearm and domestic violence after the police responded in reference to a verbal dispute. The victim states our client threatened her with a firearm when she tried to leave the house with their daughter after they got into an argument, and then fired a shot into the floor.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to convince the prosecutor not to file charges, resulting in the case being 100% dismissed.

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Driving while License Suspended with Knowledge (Orange County)

  • Date: June 16, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was stopped for not wearing a seatbelt, at which point he advised the officer that his license was suspended.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able identify all items currently suspending our client’s driver’s license. We then helped our client fix each item, including removing an old conviction so he would no longer be labelled an Habitual Traffic Offender. Our client then reinstated his driver’s license. Mr. Fetter was then able to convince the prosecutor to reduce the charge from a felony to a misdemeanor, and then he convinced the prosecutor to drop the misdemeanor charge.

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Domestic Violence (Seminole County)

  • Date: June 11, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for domestic violence after the police responded to a welfare check. The victim states our client pushed her back with his elbows, and refused to let her leave the room.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get the case 100% dismissed by explaining to the prosecutor this case was a “he-said, she-said,” and our client did not strike or hurt the victim. Now that the case is fully closed, Mr. Fetter is helping our client remove this incident from his criminal background check.

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Possession of Cannabis (Volusia County)

  • Date: June 9, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was given a notice to appear for possession of cannabis after being stopped for failing to stop at the stop bar at an intersection. When questioned about illegal drugs in the car, our client became nervous and admitted he had four grams of cannabis in the car.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to negotiate a deferred prosecution agreement where our client completed a four hour drug and alcohol class and made a donation to Crime Stoppers. His case was 100% dismissed.

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Driving while License Suspended (Orange County)

  • Date: June 2, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for driving while license suspended after he was stopped for not wearing a seatbelt, and when the officer ran his license it came up as suspended, so he was issued a criminal ticket of driving with a suspended license.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able identify all items currently suspending our clients driver’s license. We then helped our client fix each item. This allowed him to fully reinstate his driver’s license. Because our client had a fully valid license, the criminal charge was 100% dismissed.

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Simple Assault, Resisting an Officer with Violence, and Battery (Seminole County)

  • Date: May 28, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for simple assault, resisting an officer with violence, and battery after getting into an altercation with a group preaching in front of a plaza.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to first get our client’s case reduced to one single misdemeanor charge, and our client will be able to get off of probation in six short months when he scored prison.

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Domestic Violence (Orange County)

  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for domestic violence after the police were called during a physical struggle over possession of a phone.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to have our clients wife sign a declination of prosecution stating she did not want to be involved in this case, was not afraid of our client and would not testify. The State dropped the case based off of this being more a misunderstanding than anything else and without our clients wife’s corporation there was not a case.

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Possession of a Controlled Substance (Orange County)

  • Date: May 14, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for felony possession of a controlled substance after being found with white pills, believed to be Xanax, were found in his pocket.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to convicne the State attorney to no dismiss all charges against our client as he had a valid prescription for Xanax from 2020. Mr. Fetter was able to explain to our prosector that perscriptions are valid and do not expire and therefore he was able to legally possess the Xanax.

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Possession of Material Depicting Sexual Conduct by a Child (Seminole County)

  • Date: May 7, 2021
  • Facts: Our juvenile client was arrested for five counts possession of material depicting sexual conduct by a child after an FLDE task force assigned to investigating child porn files on computers was notified of his activity.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was first able to speak with the prosecutor in this case and get our juvenile client referred to the Walker plan. The Walker plan is a diversion program that will allow our client to stay out of trouble, under go counseling, and several other items and his charges will be dismissed at the end of the program.

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Possession of Cannabis and Cocaine with Intent to Sell (Lake County)

  • Date: April 28, 2021
  • Facts: Our juvenile client was arrested for possession of cannabis and cocaine with intent to sell, possession of MDMA and possession of a controlled substance after the house she was sleeping at was raided.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was first able to speak with the prosecutor in this case and convince them not to file any charges against our client as she was a juvenile simply sleeping at the house and there was no connection to her and the drugs that were found when the house was raided.

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Felony Driving While license Suspended (Seminole County)

  • Date: April 21, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for driving with a suspended license after he was stopped for having an expired tag. Our client was charged with felony driving with license suspended because he was designated as an habitual traffic offender. HTO is a 5-year revocation on your license.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was first able to get our clients case reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor. He was then able to help our client remove the HTO designation from his license by getting one of his civil driving while license suspended charges changed from guilty to not guilty. After that our client was able to fully reinstate his license and Mr. Fetter resolved the case as a failure to display a valid license which is civil infraction and not a criminal charge.

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Counterfeit Validation Sticker and Attaching Tag not Assigned (Orange County)

  • Date: April 14, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after a traffic stop was conducted due to tint being to dark. The tag that was attached to the vehicle was a temporary tag registered to Texas and the validation sticker placed on the tag was not registered to any vehicle.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our clients misdemeanor, felony and  traffic citation all dismissed. Our client is now eligible to clear his record which we are assisting him with.

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Burglary of a Dwelling and Violation of Probation (Orange County)

  • Date: April 7, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for Burglary of a dwelling and aggravated battery with a firearm after breaking into her the father of her child’s home in an attempt to take custody of their shared child. This new law arrested also triggered a violation of probation to be filed.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our client a downward departure and instead of service a minimum jail sentence of 30 years our client will only be serving 4 years with credit for time served of 2 years.

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Driving Under the Influence (Orange County)

  • Date: March 31, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for driving under the influence being pulled over for failing to stop before the stop bar. During the traffic stop our client was suspected of driving drunk due to having watery, glassy and red eyes and was slurring his words. Our client was asked to complete field sobriety exercises and then was subsequently arrested for DUI and blew a .22
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our clients referred to Orange Counties DUI pretrial diversion program. Once the program is completed, the State will drop all charges against our client. Mr. Fetter was able to have the Judge dismiss any companion tickets he received.

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Domestic Battery (Seminole County)

  • Date: March 24, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested domestic battery after his ex boyfriend made a report of domestic violence for an incident that occurred 11 months prior. The police were not able to make contact with our client to get his version of events so a warrant was issued for domestic violence
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our clients charges completely dismissed after proving to the State there was no battery that night and it was just a case of false reporting due to their breakup. Once Mr. Fetter proved to the State there was no evidence to support this case, they quickly dropped it. Mr. Fetter is now helping his client clear this incident from his record.

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Possession of Antishoplifting Device and Petit Theft (Orange County)

  • Date: March 16, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for possession of an antishoplifting device and petit theft after getting caught stealing from Macy’s
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our client approved for pretrial diversion after his case was dropped from a felony to a misdemeanor. By completing this program, our client to have his charges completely dismissed and allow him to be eligible to expunge this incident from his record.

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Carry Concealed Firearm  and Reckless Driving(Seminole County)

  • Date: March 10, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for carrying a concealed firearm and reckless driving after he was stopped for speeding on interstate 4. Our client had a firearm on is persons and did not process a license to carry a concealed firearm and was charged with reckless driving for going almost 100 MPH.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our client approved for pretrial intervention. A diversion program offered in Seminole County that will allow our client to have his charges completely dismissed and allow him to be eligible to expunge this incident from his record.

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Grand Theft Auto (Seminole County)

  • Date: March 3, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for grand theft auto after a friends vehicle was missing and later found totaled.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to prove that no one saw our client driving the vehicle, totaling the vehicle or being anywhere near the vehicle. There were several people who had access to the vehicle and our client had previously been given permission to drive the vehicle by its owner. Mr. Fetter was able to resolve this case where our client served no jail time or probation.

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Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon  (Orange County)

  • Date: February 24, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested accidently shooting her husband in the leg during an argument while intoxicated
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to meet with our clients husband and have him signa  declination of prosecution stating this event was an isolated incident, he was not afraid of his wife and was not going to help the State prosecute his wife. Mr. Fetter was also able to negotiate with the State to not file any formal charges. This was the best outcome as anytime a firearm is fired in a case, there are mandatory prison sanctions required. We are not helping expunge this incident from our clients record as she has no prior criminal history whatsoever.

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Sexual Battery and Lewd and Lascivious molestation  (Orange County)

  • Date: February 17, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after claims were made by his five year old daughter that she was touched inappropriately by her father.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to have our clients charges reduced from a capital felony and a life felony to avoid having to serve the mandatory prison sentence that comes from such serious charges. Mr. fetter was able to plead our client out to 10 years of sex offender probation and not serve any additional jail or prison time.

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Possession of Cocaine and Aggravated Assault  (Orange County)

  • Date: February 10, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after a warrant was issued for our clients arrest due to an altercation that took place with a tow truck driver when our client went to go pick up his vehicle but was blocked in by an employees vehicle. While executing the arrest warrant, our client was found with drugs on his persons– resulting in a second case.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to have our clients aggravated assault with a deadly weapon case dropped as the State did not have sufficient evidence proving the altercation occurred and by having our client take an anger management and gun safety course. Mr. Fetter was able to also get our client approved for a level two drug diversion program to get his possession of cocaine completely dismissed. After completing the three terms of her program (4 hour substance abuse class, 4 hours of community service and pay cost of prosecution) her case was completely dropped by the State.

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Possession of paraphernalia and Violation of Probation(Orange County)

  • Date: February 3, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for a violation of probation after he was arrested for possession of paraphernalia.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to have our clients possession of paraphernalia case dropped as he showed the State they could not prove the paraphernalia belonged to our client as it was found in the passenger side of his car where was occupied by another person at the time of the traffic stop. Once the new law case was fully dismissed, Mr. Fetter was able to get our client reinstated on administrative probation despite the fact he scored many many years in prison.  Administrative probation is a form of probation that does not require weekly or month probation reporting. This allows our client to keep his job as an over the road trucker.

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Aggravated Stalking, Written Threats and VOP (Osceola County)

  • Date: January 27, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for aggravated stalking and written threats after police read messages between our client and his mother. This triggered a violation of probation to also be filed
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to have our clients mother sign a declination of prosecution stating she did not want our client to be prosecuted, was not afraid of him and was not willing to come to court and testify if the case continued. The State dismissed the new arrest and as that was the sole basis of the VOP Mr. Fetter was also able to get the VOP dismissed and our client out of jail.

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Trespassing (Seminole County)

  • Date: January 20, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for trespassing after getting drunk and walking into the wrong apartment
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to workout the case by getting our client a great deal. The prosecutor in his case originally wanted our client to serve 30 days in jail or be placed on six moths of probation. Mr. Fetter was able to work out a plea deal that allowed our client to plea out with no jail and no probation.

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Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon(Orange County)

  • Date: January 11, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after getting into a physical altercation with his wife.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get the case completely dropped after scheduling a deposition with the our clients wife. During the deposition, Mr. Fetter was able to confirm the victim did not want to prosecute and did not wish harm upon our client. The State dropped all charges and we are now assisting our client remove this incident from his criminal background check.

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Domestic Violence (Seminole County)

  • Date: January 5, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for domestic violence for hitting her boyfriend in the leg and groin after he slapped her. Our client was heavily intoxicated as was her boyfriend and both parties were arrested.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to have our clients boyfriend sign a declination of prosecution stating he did not want to be involved in this case, was not afraid of our client and would not testify. The State dropped the case based off of this being more a misunderstanding than anything else and without our clients boyfriend corporation there was not a case.

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Violation of probation (Seminole County)

  • Date: December 17, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested on a no bond warrant for a violation of probation for failing to complete all required counseling.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to negotiate with our clients felony prosecutor on this case to get our client out of jail before the birth of his first child, allow him to revoke and terminate his probation and keep his withhold of adjudication so he is not a convicted felon.

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Retail Theft (Orange County)

  • Date: December 7, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for retail theft after getting caught shoplifting from Walmart.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to work out an out the door offer on this case which allowed our client to not be convicted, not be on probation, no community service, drug testing or any other sanctions. We are now expunging our clients record to remove this incident from her record

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Petit Theft (Orange County)

  • Date: December 1, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for petit theft after getting caught shoplifting at Target.
  • Outcome: The prosecutor assigned to this case wanted to adjudicate our client and make him serve a probationary sentence of 12 months with many other sanctions. Mr. Fetter did not want our client to be adjudicated guilty so he pled straight to the Judge who withheld adjudication so our client can still say he has never been convicted of any crime and Mr. Fetter is now removing this incident from his record.

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Driving Under the Influence (Orange County)

  • Date: November 30, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for a DUI after being pulled over for missing taillights at night. The officer noticed there was several beers missing from a package inside her car and could smell alcohol coming off of her.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to negotiate with the prosecutor to avoid the mandatory 10 days in jail for a second DUI with five years as our client is a single mother. Mr. Fetter negotiated with the prosecutor and got her Judge on board to substitute the mandatory jail for 10 days of residential treatment.

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Driving Under the Influence(Brevard County)

  • Date: November 24, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for driving under the influence after being pulled over for speeding.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to get our client approved for the Seminole County First Time Offender Program (FTOP). As part of this program, our client’s charges were reduced to reckless driving and by not being convicted of a DUI our client avoided the expensive mandatory DUI insurance.

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Resisting an Officer without Violence(Orange County)

  • Date: November 16, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for resisting an officer without violence after she refused to sign a criminal speeding ticket.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to negotiate with the prosecutor assigned to this case and convince him to refer out client to the new Orange County resisting an officer without violence diversion program. Our client completed the diversion program and all charges against our client were completely dropped. Mr. Fetter is now expunging this case from our clients record.

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Possession of Cannabis and Drug Paraphernalia (Orange County)

  • Date: November 6, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was given a notice to appear for possession of cannabis and drug paraphernalia.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to speak with the prosecutor assigned to this case and convince him not to file any charges as Orange County is no longer prosecuting small drug crimes.

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Fraudulent use of Personal Information and Grand Theft (Orange County)

  • Date: November 1, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for fraudulent use of personal information and grand theft after she used a friends information to purchase a mattress.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to work out a plea agreement that allowed our client to not become a convicted felon and will help he

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Domestic Battery (Seminole County)

  • Date: October 27, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for domestic battery after an argument became physical during a custody exchange between the two parties.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to speak with the prosecutor assigned to this case and convince him not to file charges as this was a big misunderstanding. Our client was acting in self defense as she was struck while holder her young child.

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Domestic Battery (Orange County)

  • Date: October 14, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for domestic battery after the police were called by a driver in reference to a couple fighting inside his car as he was driving on the 408. Due to inconsistent stories between our client and his girlfriend about how the fight started and how it escalated our client was arrested.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to speak with the prosecutor assigned to this case and convince him not to file charges as this was a big misunderstanding and his girlfriend would not be willing to go to court and testify and she did not want to be associated with this case. Now, we are immediately able to start expunging his record

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Driving While License Suspended (Seminole County)

  • Date: October 13, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for driving while license suspended after he was stopped for speeding and did not have a valid license
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able identify all items currently suspending our clients driver’s license. We then helped our client fix each item. This allowed him to fully reinstate his driver’s license and although our client was under a DUI revocation and on probation at the time Mr. Fetter was able to get his Violation and probation case and resolve his driving with a suspended license charge with a reduced charge with no probation and no jail.

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Driving Under the Influence (Seminole County)

  • Date: October 5, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for a DUI after the police were called to the scene of an accident. After completing the crash report, they began a DUI investigation as they suspected our client to be under the influence of alcohol due to displaying “signs of impairment.”
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to get our client approved for the Seminole County First Time Offender Program (FTOP). As part of this program, our client’s charges were reduced to reckless driving and by not being convicted of a DUI our client avoided the expensive mandatory DUI insurance.

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Aggravated Battery and Battery (Seminole County)

  • Date: September 30, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after she called the police during an altercation with her boyfriend.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter acted quickly and reached out to our client’s boyfriend to get his sworn statement. Once we received the sworn declination of prosecution the State prosecutor agreed not to file any charge against our client. A “No Information” notice was filed later that day and the case was dropped completely.

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Petit Theft with One Prior (Seminole County)

  • Date: September 30, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after concealing several items within a bag at Walmart
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter negotiated with the prosecutor to keep this case in misdemeanor court and not be filed on as a felony. Additionally, Mr. Fetter was able to plea this case out with an “out the door offer.” This means there was no jail, no probation and no community service and our client was not convicted of the crime.

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Driving while License Suspended ( Volusia County)

  • Date: September 18, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after he was caught driving without a suspended license.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to help our client reinstate his license and avoid an HTO (Habitual Traffic Offender) status on his driver’s license. Mr. Fetter was able to resolve this case by allowing our client to keep his license and avoid any type of probation or supervision.

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Habitual Traffic Offender  ( Orange County)

  • Date: September 11, 2020
  • Facts: Our client received a letter stating her license would be suspended and revoked for a period of 5 years due to classified HTO (Habitual Status Offender) status. Our client paid off a bunch of tickets that triggered this event.
  • Outcome: Our client had three strikes/ convictions on her driver’s license within a 5 year period and this classified her as a habitual traffic offender. Mr. Fetter was able to reverse all three strikes on her driver’s license and remove her from HTO status. Our client now enjoys a fully reinstate driver’s license without a convictions.

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Violation of Sex Offender Probation ( Volusia County)

  • Date: August 21, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after he violated his probation by not completing all of the required classes/ counseling as part of his sex offender probation. As a sex offender, our client scored many years in prison.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to reach out to the prosecutor and our client’s probation officer. Our client’s probation officer confirmed while he wasn’t finished with counseling he had never been late or missed a meeting. The prosecutor was the same prosecutor that prosecuted our client initially and wanted him to serve many years in prison. Mr. Fetter was able to establish our client had been perfect with all other terms of his probation so the Judge dismissed and successfully terminated him from probation over the prosecutors objection.

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Resisting an Officer without Violence and Possession of Cannabis and Drug Paraphernalia  (Orange County)

  • Date: August 16, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after he was pulled over for a traffic violation of an improper right turn. A K9 unit was brought out to search the vehicle after our client had denied the officers request to search. The K9 alerted for drugs and our client was arrested.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to negotiate with the prosecutor to not file any felony charges. Once the case was downgraded to a misdemeanor, Mr. Fetter was able to work out a plea agreement that allowed our client to not be convicted of any charge and have no probation or serve any jail time.

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Felony Battery on a Person 65 Year or Older (Seminole County)

  • Date: July 15, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after getting into a physical altercation with his father.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter acted quickly and reached out to meet with the client’s father to get his sworn statement and file it with the court and prosecutor. The State prosecutor agreed not to file any charge against our client. A “No Information” notice was filed later that day and the case was dropped completely. Mr. Fetter is now expunging our clients record so this arrest will no longer be public information and will not show on a background check.

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Felony Driving While License Suspended (Seminole County)

  • Date: June 2, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for felony driving while license suspended (DWLS) after being legally stopped for a failing to stop at a stop sign. When the Officer ran her license she had more than seven active suspensions on her driver’s license.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to first convince the State to file only misdemeanor suspended license charges and then assisted our client with reinstating her license. Once our client was able to fully reinstate her driver’s license, we were then able to get the State to further reduce the charges down so we could resolve her case without a suspended license conviction and keep her now 100% valid license.

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Possession of a Controlled Substance (Orange County)

  • Date: May 26, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for possession of heroin after being searched during a traffic stop.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our client approved for a level two drug diversion program. After completing the three terms of her program (4 hour substance abuse class, 4 hours of community service and pay cost of prosecution) her case was completely dismissed.

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Battery on a Security Officer (Orange County)

  • Date: April 2 2020
  • Facts: Our Client lives out of state and was arrested while on vacation for Battery on a Security Officer after a Disney security officer attempted to break up a physical altercation between our client and his brother in law.
  • Outcome: We were able to investigate the case and Mr. Fetter was able to get the State Attorneys office to drop the case by filing a “No Information” notice as we were able to show the prosecutor there was a lack of evidence corroborating the security officers story.

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 Burglary of a Dwelling, Possession of Cocaine, Using a Foreign DL (Orange County)

  • Date: February 26, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was in jail on no bond status after being arrested multiple times. He had four active cases that included burglary of a dwelling, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia, petit theft and using a foreign drivers license.
  • Outcome: Our client was previously a convicted felon who served time in prison. Although our client scored a mandatory prison sentence Mr. Fetter was able to involve the Orange County Sheriffs office, the arresting officer and the lead prosecutor and was able to work out a single plea agreement for all of his cases that allowed our client to be released from jail that same day and avoid any additional prison or jail time.

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Sexual Battery with a Child and Lewd and Lascivious Behavior x 2 (Orange County)

  • Date: December 6, 2019
  • Facts: Our client was accused of inappropriately touching his step daughter.
  • Outcome: Our client was accused of trying to have sex with his minor step-daughter in the middle of the night and was facing a mandatory life in prison sentence and would be required to register permanently as a sex offender. Through interviewing witnesses and investigating the case Mr. Fetter was able to find inconsistencies with the child’s account of what happened and through lab results we were able to confirm there was no DNA tying our client to this incident. As a result the State Attorney’s Office completely dismissed all charges. We are now expunging his record so this incident can be shredded and removed from public records.

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Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon (Orange County)

  • Date: September 5, 2019
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon after accidentally forgetting he had a gun in his carry-on luggage at the Orlando International Airport.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to interview all TSA and all Orlando Police Department personnel involved in this arrest. Through depositions, we were able to determine that although out client had identified the luggage as his, the government didn’t know who packed the suitcase, when the suitcase was packed, and how many people where in his traveling party and who put the suitcase on the conveyor belt. Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon has a 3 year mandatory minimum prison sentence. We were able to resolve his case with no jail and no prison.

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Aggravating Stalking (Orange County)

  • Date: April 19, 2019
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after an arrest warrant was issued for aggravated stalking after continuing communication his ex- girlfriend after a temporary injunction had been granted.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able meet with our clients ex- girlfriend and have her sign a sworn declination of prosecution stating she did not want to be involved in this case, would not testify and did not want charges brought against our client. The State Attorney assigned to this case filed a “No Information” in this case which dropped all charges against our client.

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DUI Alcohol or Drugs (Seminole County)

  • Date: April 16, 2019
  • Facts: Our Client was arrested for a DUI in Seminole County after being stopped for speeding and no taillights. The Officer asked our client to perform field sobriety tests which he said our client failed.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our client approved for the Seminole County First Time DUI Offender (FTOP) program. This program allowed our client to complete several tasks and in return his DUI was reduced to a reckless driving, alcohol related. This allowed our client to avoid a DUI conviction and the expensive mandatory insurance that is required after a DUI conviction.

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Grand Theft (Orange County)

  • Date: January 8, 2019
  • Facts: Our client had two after cases after entering a Walmart and running out with a 49” flat screen TV. He was caught after police were called to a house in reference to a domestic dispute with a vehicle that matched the description of the get away vehicle
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to negotiate with his prosecutor to not file any formal charges in this case.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Possession of MDMA and Prescription Drug without a Prescription; Possession of Cocaine and MDMA (Orange County)

  • Date: July 20, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested twice and had two pending cases at the same time; once for felony possession of MDMA and a prescription drug without a prescription, and again for felony possession of cocaine and MDMA. Officers found these substances in his possession after they stopped him for a broken tail light, and proceeded to search his car and person.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter represented our client for both cases. When our client was arrested the second time, his bond was automatically revoked for the first case and he was stuck in jail with no bond. Mr. Fetter was able to convince the prosecutor not to file formal charges on his first case, so our client was released from jail. Mr. Fetter was then able convince the prosecutor to get both of the cases 100% dropped by arguing that both officers conducted an illegal search and seizure.

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Dealing in Stolen Property and Petit Theft (Orange County)

  • Date: July 12, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for dealing in stolen property and petit theft after being caught on video stealing a cell phone at a bar. Officers later discovered that our client pawned the stolen phone.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our client a deal where the client would serve no prison time with no conviction.

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Possession of Fentanyl, Alprazolam, and Drug Paraphernalia (Seminole County)

  • Date: July 3, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for felony possession of fentanyl, alprazolam, and drug paraphernalia after the officer responded to a call about a possibly intoxicated person.
  • Outcome: Though our client was originally facing twenty years in prison, Mr. Fetter was able to get her into a program where she would attend counseling sessions, and all of her charges would be dropped.

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Aggravated Assault with a Firearm and Domestic Violence (Orange County)

  • Date: June 25, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for aggravated assault with a firearm and domestic violence after the police responded in reference to a verbal dispute. The victim states our client threatened her with a firearm when she tried to leave the house with their daughter after they got into an argument, and then fired a shot into the floor.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to convince the prosecutor not to file charges, resulting in the case being 100% dismissed.

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Driving while License Suspended with Knowledge (Orange County)

  • Date: June 16, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was stopped for not wearing a seatbelt, at which point he advised the officer that his license was suspended.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able identify all items currently suspending our client’s driver’s license. We then helped our client fix each item, including removing an old conviction so he would no longer be labelled an Habitual Traffic Offender. Our client then reinstated his driver’s license. Mr. Fetter was then able to convince the prosecutor to reduce the charge from a felony to a misdemeanor, and then he convinced the prosecutor to drop the misdemeanor charge.

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Domestic Violence (Seminole County)

  • Date: June 11, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for domestic violence after the police responded to a welfare check. The victim states our client pushed her back with his elbows, and refused to let her leave the room.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get the case 100% dismissed by explaining to the prosecutor this case was a “he-said, she-said,” and our client did not strike or hurt the victim. Now that the case is fully closed, Mr. Fetter is helping our client remove this incident from his criminal background check.

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Possession of Cannabis (Volusia County)

  • Date: June 9, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was given a notice to appear for possession of cannabis after being stopped for failing to stop at the stop bar at an intersection. When questioned about illegal drugs in the car, our client became nervous and admitted he had four grams of cannabis in the car.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to negotiate a deferred prosecution agreement where our client completed a four hour drug and alcohol class and made a donation to Crime Stoppers. His case was 100% dismissed.

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Driving while License Suspended (Orange County)

  • Date: June 2, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for driving while license suspended after he was stopped for not wearing a seatbelt, and when the officer ran his license it came up as suspended, so he was issued a criminal ticket of driving with a suspended license.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able identify all items currently suspending our clients driver’s license. We then helped our client fix each item. This allowed him to fully reinstate his driver’s license. Because our client had a fully valid license, the criminal charge was 100% dismissed.

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Simple Assault, Resisting an Officer with Violence, and Battery (Seminole County)

  • Date: May 28, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for simple assault, resisting an officer with violence, and battery after getting into an altercation with a group preaching in front of a plaza.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to first get our client’s case reduced to one single misdemeanor charge, and our client will be able to get off of probation in six short months when he scored prison.

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Domestic Violence (Orange County)

  • Date: May 21, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for domestic violence after the police were called during a physical struggle over possession of a phone.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to have our clients wife sign a declination of prosecution stating she did not want to be involved in this case, was not afraid of our client and would not testify. The State dropped the case based off of this being more a misunderstanding than anything else and without our clients wife’s corporation there was not a case.

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Possession of a Controlled Substance (Orange County)

  • Date: May 14, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for felony possession of a controlled substance after being found with white pills, believed to be Xanax, were found in his pocket.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to convicne the State attorney to no dismiss all charges against our client as he had a valid prescription for Xanax from 2020. Mr. Fetter was able to explain to our prosector that perscriptions are valid and do not expire and therefore he was able to legally possess the Xanax.

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Possession of Material Depicting Sexual Conduct by a Child (Seminole County)

  • Date: May 7, 2021
  • Facts: Our juvenile client was arrested for five counts possession of material depicting sexual conduct by a child after an FLDE task force assigned to investigating child porn files on computers was notified of his activity.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was first able to speak with the prosecutor in this case and get our juvenile client referred to the Walker plan. The Walker plan is a diversion program that will allow our client to stay out of trouble, under go counseling, and several other items and his charges will be dismissed at the end of the program.

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Possession of Cannabis and Cocaine with Intent to Sell (Lake County)

  • Date: April 28, 2021
  • Facts: Our juvenile client was arrested for possession of cannabis and cocaine with intent to sell, possession of MDMA and possession of a controlled substance after the house she was sleeping at was raided.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was first able to speak with the prosecutor in this case and convince them not to file any charges against our client as she was a juvenile simply sleeping at the house and there was no connection to her and the drugs that were found when the house was raided.

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Felony Driving While license Suspended (Seminole County)

  • Date: April 21, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for driving with a suspended license after he was stopped for having an expired tag. Our client was charged with felony driving with license suspended because he was designated as an habitual traffic offender. HTO is a 5-year revocation on your license.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was first able to get our clients case reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor. He was then able to help our client remove the HTO designation from his license by getting one of his civil driving while license suspended charges changed from guilty to not guilty. After that our client was able to fully reinstate his license and Mr. Fetter resolved the case as a failure to display a valid license which is civil infraction and not a criminal charge.

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Counterfeit Validation Sticker and Attaching Tag not Assigned (Orange County)

  • Date: April 14, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after a traffic stop was conducted due to tint being to dark. The tag that was attached to the vehicle was a temporary tag registered to Texas and the validation sticker placed on the tag was not registered to any vehicle.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our clients misdemeanor, felony and  traffic citation all dismissed. Our client is now eligible to clear his record which we are assisting him with.

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Burglary of a Dwelling and Violation of Probation (Orange County)

  • Date: April 7, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for Burglary of a dwelling and aggravated battery with a firearm after breaking into her the father of her child’s home in an attempt to take custody of their shared child. This new law arrested also triggered a violation of probation to be filed.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our client a downward departure and instead of service a minimum jail sentence of 30 years our client will only be serving 4 years with credit for time served of 2 years.

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Driving Under the Influence (Orange County)

  • Date: March 31, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for driving under the influence being pulled over for failing to stop before the stop bar. During the traffic stop our client was suspected of driving drunk due to having watery, glassy and red eyes and was slurring his words. Our client was asked to complete field sobriety exercises and then was subsequently arrested for DUI and blew a .22
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our clients referred to Orange Counties DUI pretrial diversion program. Once the program is completed, the State will drop all charges against our client. Mr. Fetter was able to have the Judge dismiss any companion tickets he received.

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Domestic Battery (Seminole County)

  • Date: March 24, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested domestic battery after his ex boyfriend made a report of domestic violence for an incident that occurred 11 months prior. The police were not able to make contact with our client to get his version of events so a warrant was issued for domestic violence
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our clients charges completely dismissed after proving to the State there was no battery that night and it was just a case of false reporting due to their breakup. Once Mr. Fetter proved to the State there was no evidence to support this case, they quickly dropped it. Mr. Fetter is now helping his client clear this incident from his record.

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Possession of Antishoplifting Device and Petit Theft (Orange County)

  • Date: March 16, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for possession of an antishoplifting device and petit theft after getting caught stealing from Macy’s
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our client approved for pretrial diversion after his case was dropped from a felony to a misdemeanor. By completing this program, our client to have his charges completely dismissed and allow him to be eligible to expunge this incident from his record.

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Carry Concealed Firearm  and Reckless Driving(Seminole County)

  • Date: March 10, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for carrying a concealed firearm and reckless driving after he was stopped for speeding on interstate 4. Our client had a firearm on is persons and did not process a license to carry a concealed firearm and was charged with reckless driving for going almost 100 MPH.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our client approved for pretrial intervention. A diversion program offered in Seminole County that will allow our client to have his charges completely dismissed and allow him to be eligible to expunge this incident from his record.

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Grand Theft Auto (Seminole County)

  • Date: March 3, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for grand theft auto after a friends vehicle was missing and later found totaled.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to prove that no one saw our client driving the vehicle, totaling the vehicle or being anywhere near the vehicle. There were several people who had access to the vehicle and our client had previously been given permission to drive the vehicle by its owner. Mr. Fetter was able to resolve this case where our client served no jail time or probation.

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Aggravated Battery with a Deadly Weapon  (Orange County)

  • Date: February 24, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested accidently shooting her husband in the leg during an argument while intoxicated
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to meet with our clients husband and have him signa  declination of prosecution stating this event was an isolated incident, he was not afraid of his wife and was not going to help the State prosecute his wife. Mr. Fetter was also able to negotiate with the State to not file any formal charges. This was the best outcome as anytime a firearm is fired in a case, there are mandatory prison sanctions required. We are not helping expunge this incident from our clients record as she has no prior criminal history whatsoever.

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Sexual Battery and Lewd and Lascivious molestation  (Orange County)

  • Date: February 17, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after claims were made by his five year old daughter that she was touched inappropriately by her father.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to have our clients charges reduced from a capital felony and a life felony to avoid having to serve the mandatory prison sentence that comes from such serious charges. Mr. fetter was able to plead our client out to 10 years of sex offender probation and not serve any additional jail or prison time.

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Possession of Cocaine and Aggravated Assault  (Orange County)

  • Date: February 10, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after a warrant was issued for our clients arrest due to an altercation that took place with a tow truck driver when our client went to go pick up his vehicle but was blocked in by an employees vehicle. While executing the arrest warrant, our client was found with drugs on his persons– resulting in a second case.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to have our clients aggravated assault with a deadly weapon case dropped as the State did not have sufficient evidence proving the altercation occurred and by having our client take an anger management and gun safety course. Mr. Fetter was able to also get our client approved for a level two drug diversion program to get his possession of cocaine completely dismissed. After completing the three terms of her program (4 hour substance abuse class, 4 hours of community service and pay cost of prosecution) her case was completely dropped by the State.

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Possession of paraphernalia and Violation of Probation(Orange County)

  • Date: February 3, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for a violation of probation after he was arrested for possession of paraphernalia.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to have our clients possession of paraphernalia case dropped as he showed the State they could not prove the paraphernalia belonged to our client as it was found in the passenger side of his car where was occupied by another person at the time of the traffic stop. Once the new law case was fully dismissed, Mr. Fetter was able to get our client reinstated on administrative probation despite the fact he scored many many years in prison.  Administrative probation is a form of probation that does not require weekly or month probation reporting. This allows our client to keep his job as an over the road trucker.

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Aggravated Stalking, Written Threats and VOP (Osceola County)

  • Date: January 27, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for aggravated stalking and written threats after police read messages between our client and his mother. This triggered a violation of probation to also be filed
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to have our clients mother sign a declination of prosecution stating she did not want our client to be prosecuted, was not afraid of him and was not willing to come to court and testify if the case continued. The State dismissed the new arrest and as that was the sole basis of the VOP Mr. Fetter was also able to get the VOP dismissed and our client out of jail.

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Trespassing (Seminole County)

  • Date: January 20, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for trespassing after getting drunk and walking into the wrong apartment
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to workout the case by getting our client a great deal. The prosecutor in his case originally wanted our client to serve 30 days in jail or be placed on six moths of probation. Mr. Fetter was able to work out a plea deal that allowed our client to plea out with no jail and no probation.

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Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon(Orange County)

  • Date: January 11, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after getting into a physical altercation with his wife.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get the case completely dropped after scheduling a deposition with the our clients wife. During the deposition, Mr. Fetter was able to confirm the victim did not want to prosecute and did not wish harm upon our client. The State dropped all charges and we are now assisting our client remove this incident from his criminal background check.

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Domestic Violence (Seminole County)

  • Date: January 5, 2021
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for domestic violence for hitting her boyfriend in the leg and groin after he slapped her. Our client was heavily intoxicated as was her boyfriend and both parties were arrested.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to have our clients boyfriend sign a declination of prosecution stating he did not want to be involved in this case, was not afraid of our client and would not testify. The State dropped the case based off of this being more a misunderstanding than anything else and without our clients boyfriend corporation there was not a case.

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Violation of probation (Seminole County)

  • Date: December 17, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested on a no bond warrant for a violation of probation for failing to complete all required counseling.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to negotiate with our clients felony prosecutor on this case to get our client out of jail before the birth of his first child, allow him to revoke and terminate his probation and keep his withhold of adjudication so he is not a convicted felon.

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Retail Theft (Orange County)

  • Date: December 7, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for retail theft after getting caught shoplifting from Walmart.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to work out an out the door offer on this case which allowed our client to not be convicted, not be on probation, no community service, drug testing or any other sanctions. We are now expunging our clients record to remove this incident from her record

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Petit Theft (Orange County)

  • Date: December 1, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for petit theft after getting caught shoplifting at Target.
  • Outcome: The prosecutor assigned to this case wanted to adjudicate our client and make him serve a probationary sentence of 12 months with many other sanctions. Mr. Fetter did not want our client to be adjudicated guilty so he pled straight to the Judge who withheld adjudication so our client can still say he has never been convicted of any crime and Mr. Fetter is now removing this incident from his record.

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Driving Under the Influence (Orange County)

  • Date: November 30, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for a DUI after being pulled over for missing taillights at night. The officer noticed there was several beers missing from a package inside her car and could smell alcohol coming off of her.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to negotiate with the prosecutor to avoid the mandatory 10 days in jail for a second DUI with five years as our client is a single mother. Mr. Fetter negotiated with the prosecutor and got her Judge on board to substitute the mandatory jail for 10 days of residential treatment.

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Driving Under the Influence(Brevard County)

  • Date: November 24, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for driving under the influence after being pulled over for speeding.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to get our client approved for the Seminole County First Time Offender Program (FTOP). As part of this program, our client’s charges were reduced to reckless driving and by not being convicted of a DUI our client avoided the expensive mandatory DUI insurance.

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Resisting an Officer without Violence(Orange County)

  • Date: November 16, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for resisting an officer without violence after she refused to sign a criminal speeding ticket.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to negotiate with the prosecutor assigned to this case and convince him to refer out client to the new Orange County resisting an officer without violence diversion program. Our client completed the diversion program and all charges against our client were completely dropped. Mr. Fetter is now expunging this case from our clients record.

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Possession of Cannabis and Drug Paraphernalia (Orange County)

  • Date: November 6, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was given a notice to appear for possession of cannabis and drug paraphernalia.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to speak with the prosecutor assigned to this case and convince him not to file any charges as Orange County is no longer prosecuting small drug crimes.

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Fraudulent use of Personal Information and Grand Theft (Orange County)

  • Date: November 1, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for fraudulent use of personal information and grand theft after she used a friends information to purchase a mattress.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to work out a plea agreement that allowed our client to not become a convicted felon and will help he

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Domestic Battery (Seminole County)

  • Date: October 27, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for domestic battery after an argument became physical during a custody exchange between the two parties.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to speak with the prosecutor assigned to this case and convince him not to file charges as this was a big misunderstanding. Our client was acting in self defense as she was struck while holder her young child.

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Domestic Battery (Orange County)

  • Date: October 14, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for domestic battery after the police were called by a driver in reference to a couple fighting inside his car as he was driving on the 408. Due to inconsistent stories between our client and his girlfriend about how the fight started and how it escalated our client was arrested.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to speak with the prosecutor assigned to this case and convince him not to file charges as this was a big misunderstanding and his girlfriend would not be willing to go to court and testify and she did not want to be associated with this case. Now, we are immediately able to start expunging his record

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Driving While License Suspended (Seminole County)

  • Date: October 13, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for driving while license suspended after he was stopped for speeding and did not have a valid license
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able identify all items currently suspending our clients driver’s license. We then helped our client fix each item. This allowed him to fully reinstate his driver’s license and although our client was under a DUI revocation and on probation at the time Mr. Fetter was able to get his Violation and probation case and resolve his driving with a suspended license charge with a reduced charge with no probation and no jail.

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Driving Under the Influence (Seminole County)

  • Date: October 5, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for a DUI after the police were called to the scene of an accident. After completing the crash report, they began a DUI investigation as they suspected our client to be under the influence of alcohol due to displaying “signs of impairment.”
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to get our client approved for the Seminole County First Time Offender Program (FTOP). As part of this program, our client’s charges were reduced to reckless driving and by not being convicted of a DUI our client avoided the expensive mandatory DUI insurance.

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Aggravated Battery and Battery (Seminole County)

  • Date: September 30, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after she called the police during an altercation with her boyfriend.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter acted quickly and reached out to our client’s boyfriend to get his sworn statement. Once we received the sworn declination of prosecution the State prosecutor agreed not to file any charge against our client. A “No Information” notice was filed later that day and the case was dropped completely.

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Petit Theft with One Prior (Seminole County)

  • Date: September 30, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after concealing several items within a bag at Walmart
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter negotiated with the prosecutor to keep this case in misdemeanor court and not be filed on as a felony. Additionally, Mr. Fetter was able to plea this case out with an “out the door offer.” This means there was no jail, no probation and no community service and our client was not convicted of the crime.

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Driving while License Suspended ( Volusia County)

  • Date: September 18, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after he was caught driving without a suspended license.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to help our client reinstate his license and avoid an HTO (Habitual Traffic Offender) status on his driver’s license. Mr. Fetter was able to resolve this case by allowing our client to keep his license and avoid any type of probation or supervision.

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Habitual Traffic Offender  ( Orange County)

  • Date: September 11, 2020
  • Facts: Our client received a letter stating her license would be suspended and revoked for a period of 5 years due to classified HTO (Habitual Status Offender) status. Our client paid off a bunch of tickets that triggered this event.
  • Outcome: Our client had three strikes/ convictions on her driver’s license within a 5 year period and this classified her as a habitual traffic offender. Mr. Fetter was able to reverse all three strikes on her driver’s license and remove her from HTO status. Our client now enjoys a fully reinstate driver’s license without a convictions.

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Violation of Sex Offender Probation ( Volusia County)

  • Date: August 21, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after he violated his probation by not completing all of the required classes/ counseling as part of his sex offender probation. As a sex offender, our client scored many years in prison.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to reach out to the prosecutor and our client’s probation officer. Our client’s probation officer confirmed while he wasn’t finished with counseling he had never been late or missed a meeting. The prosecutor was the same prosecutor that prosecuted our client initially and wanted him to serve many years in prison. Mr. Fetter was able to establish our client had been perfect with all other terms of his probation so the Judge dismissed and successfully terminated him from probation over the prosecutors objection.

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Resisting an Officer without Violence and Possession of Cannabis and Drug Paraphernalia  (Orange County)

  • Date: August 16, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after he was pulled over for a traffic violation of an improper right turn. A K9 unit was brought out to search the vehicle after our client had denied the officers request to search. The K9 alerted for drugs and our client was arrested.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter was able to negotiate with the prosecutor to not file any felony charges. Once the case was downgraded to a misdemeanor, Mr. Fetter was able to work out a plea agreement that allowed our client to not be convicted of any charge and have no probation or serve any jail time.

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Felony Battery on a Person 65 Year or Older (Seminole County)

  • Date: July 15, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after getting into a physical altercation with his father.
  • Outcome: Once hired, Mr. Fetter acted quickly and reached out to meet with the client’s father to get his sworn statement and file it with the court and prosecutor. The State prosecutor agreed not to file any charge against our client. A “No Information” notice was filed later that day and the case was dropped completely. Mr. Fetter is now expunging our clients record so this arrest will no longer be public information and will not show on a background check.

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Felony Driving While License Suspended (Seminole County)

  • Date: June 2, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for felony driving while license suspended (DWLS) after being legally stopped for a failing to stop at a stop sign. When the Officer ran her license she had more than seven active suspensions on her driver’s license.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to first convince the State to file only misdemeanor suspended license charges and then assisted our client with reinstating her license. Once our client was able to fully reinstate her driver’s license, we were then able to get the State to further reduce the charges down so we could resolve her case without a suspended license conviction and keep her now 100% valid license.

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Possession of a Controlled Substance (Orange County)

  • Date: May 26, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for possession of heroin after being searched during a traffic stop.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our client approved for a level two drug diversion program. After completing the three terms of her program (4 hour substance abuse class, 4 hours of community service and pay cost of prosecution) her case was completely dismissed.

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Battery on a Security Officer (Orange County)

  • Date: April 2 2020
  • Facts: Our Client lives out of state and was arrested while on vacation for Battery on a Security Officer after a Disney security officer attempted to break up a physical altercation between our client and his brother in law.
  • Outcome: We were able to investigate the case and Mr. Fetter was able to get the State Attorneys office to drop the case by filing a “No Information” notice as we were able to show the prosecutor there was a lack of evidence corroborating the security officers story.

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 Burglary of a Dwelling, Possession of Cocaine, Using a Foreign DL (Orange County)

  • Date: February 26, 2020
  • Facts: Our client was in jail on no bond status after being arrested multiple times. He had four active cases that included burglary of a dwelling, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia, petit theft and using a foreign drivers license.
  • Outcome: Our client was previously a convicted felon who served time in prison. Although our client scored a mandatory prison sentence Mr. Fetter was able to involve the Orange County Sheriffs office, the arresting officer and the lead prosecutor and was able to work out a single plea agreement for all of his cases that allowed our client to be released from jail that same day and avoid any additional prison or jail time.

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Sexual Battery with a Child and Lewd and Lascivious Behavior x 2 (Orange County)

  • Date: December 6, 2019
  • Facts: Our client was accused of inappropriately touching his step daughter.
  • Outcome: Our client was accused of trying to have sex with his minor step-daughter in the middle of the night and was facing a mandatory life in prison sentence and would be required to register permanently as a sex offender. Through interviewing witnesses and investigating the case Mr. Fetter was able to find inconsistencies with the child’s account of what happened and through lab results we were able to confirm there was no DNA tying our client to this incident. As a result the State Attorney’s Office completely dismissed all charges. We are now expunging his record so this incident can be shredded and removed from public records.

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Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon (Orange County)

  • Date: September 5, 2019
  • Facts: Our client was arrested for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon after accidentally forgetting he had a gun in his carry-on luggage at the Orlando International Airport.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to interview all TSA and all Orlando Police Department personnel involved in this arrest. Through depositions, we were able to determine that although out client had identified the luggage as his, the government didn’t know who packed the suitcase, when the suitcase was packed, and how many people where in his traveling party and who put the suitcase on the conveyor belt. Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon has a 3 year mandatory minimum prison sentence. We were able to resolve his case with no jail and no prison.

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Aggravating Stalking (Orange County)

  • Date: April 19, 2019
  • Facts: Our client was arrested after an arrest warrant was issued for aggravated stalking after continuing communication his ex- girlfriend after a temporary injunction had been granted.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able meet with our clients ex- girlfriend and have her sign a sworn declination of prosecution stating she did not want to be involved in this case, would not testify and did not want charges brought against our client. The State Attorney assigned to this case filed a “No Information” in this case which dropped all charges against our client.

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DUI Alcohol or Drugs (Seminole County)

  • Date: April 16, 2019
  • Facts: Our Client was arrested for a DUI in Seminole County after being stopped for speeding and no taillights. The Officer asked our client to perform field sobriety tests which he said our client failed.
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to get our client approved for the Seminole County First Time DUI Offender (FTOP) program. This program allowed our client to complete several tasks and in return his DUI was reduced to a reckless driving, alcohol related. This allowed our client to avoid a DUI conviction and the expensive mandatory insurance that is required after a DUI conviction.

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Grand Theft (Orange County)

  • Date: January 8, 2019
  • Facts: Our client had two after cases after entering a Walmart and running out with a 49” flat screen TV. He was caught after police were called to a house in reference to a domestic dispute with a vehicle that matched the description of the get away vehicle
  • Outcome: Mr. Fetter was able to negotiate with his prosecutor to not file any formal charges in this case.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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