Mark Anthony Griffin, a homeless man from Bartlow, FL, was convicted and sentenced to 15 years in prison for stealing a box of cereal and a can of evaporated milk. The reason for this man’s incredibly steep penalty is due to the fact that he has been labeled a “prison release re-offender.” This title carries some heavier penalties for individuals who are convicted of a crime within three years of prison release. Griffin’s petty theft would have landed him 3 years in prison and 2 years of probation according to the plea deal he rejected.
Burglary, armed home invasion, and other related charges are frequently taken on by Attorney Ralph Behr. You need a lawyer that knows the judges you will encounter, can plea bargain effectively, and can get you a minimum sentence or probation for your charge. Schedule an appointment with Mr. Behr as soon as you can in order to get your case file started. All fees are handled on a client-by-client basis and payment plans are available in case lump payment is not an option.