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RULE 3.220. DISCOVERY

Editor's Note: The actual Scoresheet is a form with boxes.  This contains the actual text of the scoresheet without the boxes.  The magic number is 44: Anyone scoring above 44 points "must" be sentenced to state prison under the Code.  However, the plea bargaining process can a) reduce the number of counts charged, b) have an agreement not to score certain items, c) substitute charges, d) reduce the actual count charged, or e) several other creative techniques can be used to get someone sentenced to a non-incarcerative sentence.  Note the departure grounds under Rule 3.992(b), but also note the actual language of the "Sentence Computation" because someone charged with a felony can be sentenced to state prison even if the score fewer than 44 points. For this reason, felony cases are always very serious legal matters.

RULE 3.992(a) FELONY CRIMINAL PUNISHMENT CODE SCORESHEET

1. DATE OF SENTENCE 2. PREPARER’S NAME ___DC ___SAO 3. COUNTY 4. SENTENCING JUDGE

5. NAME (LAST, FIRST, MI.I.)    6. DOB    7. DC # ___.    8. RACE___B ___W OTHER  9. GENDER ___M ___F       10. PRIMARY OFF. DATE   11. PRIMARY DOCKET #          12.  TRIAL___ PLEA___

I. PRIMARY OFFENSE: If Qualifier, please check ____A ____S ____C ____R (A=Attempt, S=Solicitation, C=Conspiracy, R=Reclassification)

FELONY F.S.# DESCRIPTION OFFENSE POINTS

DEGREE LEVEL

_______/ ___________/ ___________________________________________/ __________/

(Level - Points: 1=4,2=10, 3=16, 4=22, 5=28, 6=36, 7=56, 8=74, 9=92, 10=116)

Prior capital felony triples Primary Offense points___

I. ________

II. ADDITIONAL OFFENSE(S): Supplemental page attached ___

DOCKET# FEL/MM F.S.# OFFENSE QUALIFY COUNTS POINTS TOTAL

DEGREE LEVEL A S C R

_____________/ _________/ ______________/ _________ ___ ___ ___ ___ _______ x ______ = ______

DESCRIPTION _______________________________________________________________________________

_____________/ ________/ ______________/ _________ ___ ___ ___ ___ _______ X ______ = ______

DESCRIPTION _______________________________________________________________________________

_____________/ ________/ _____________/ _________ ___ ___ ___ ___ _______ X ______ = ______

DESCRIPTION _______________________________________________________________________________

(Level - Points: M=0.2, 1=0.7, 2=1.2, 3=2.4, 4=3.6, 5=5.4, 6=18, 7=28, 8=37, 9=46, 10=58)

Prior capital felony triples Additional Offense points ___

Supplemental page points________

II. ________

III. VICTIM INJURY:

Number Total Number Total

2nd Degree Murder 240 x _______ = _______ Slight 4 x _______ = ________

Death 120 x _______ = _______ Sex Penetration 80 x _______ = ________

Severe 40 x _______ = _______ Sex Contact 40 x _______ = ________

Moderate 18 x _______ = _______

III. ______

IV. PRIOR RECORD: Supplemental page attached

FEL/MM F.S.# OFFENSE QUALIFY: DESCRIPTION NUMBER POINTS TOTAL

DEGREE LEVEL A S C R

/ ___ ___ ___ ___ X =

/ ___ ___ ___ ___ X =

/ ___ ___ ___ ___ X =

/ ___ ___ ___ ___ X =

/ ___ ___ ___ ___ X =

/ ___ ___ ___ ___ X =

/ ___ ___ ___ ___ X =

/ ___ ___ ___ ___ X =

/ ___ ___ ___ ___ X =

(Level = Points: M=0.2, 1=0.5, 2=0.8, 3=1.6, 4=2.4, 5=3.6, 6=9, 7=14, 8=19,9=23, 10=29)

Supplemental page points

IV. ______

Page 2

Page 1 Subtotal: ________________

Page 1 Subtotal: ________

V. Legal Status violation = 4 Points

V. ______

VI. Community Sanction violation before the court for sentencing

6 points x each successive violation OR New felony conviction = 12 points x each successive violation

VI. ______

VII. Firearm/Semi-Automatic or Machine Gun = 18 or 25 Points

VII. ______

VIII. Prior Serious Felony - 30 Points

VIII. ______

Subtotal Sentence Points ________

IX. Enhancements (only if the primary offense qualifies for enhancement)

Law Enforcement Protection

___x 1.5 ___ x 2.0 ___ x 2.5

Drug Trafficking

____ x 1.5

Grand Theft Motor Vehicle

___ x 1.5

Street Gang

(Offenses committed on or after 10-1-96)

___ x 1.5

Domestic Violence

(offenses committed on or after 10-1-97)

___ x 1.5

Enhanced Subtotal Sentence Points

IX.______

TOTAL SENTENCE POINTS ___________

SENTENCE COMPUTATION

_________________If total sentence points are less than or equal to 44, the lowest permissible sentence is any non-state prison sanction.

· If total sentence points are greater than 44:__________________________ minus 28 = ____________________ x .75 =__________________________________ total sentence points lowest permissible prison sentence in months

· The maximum sentence is up to the statutory maximum for the primary and any additional offenses as provided in s. 775.082, F.S., unless the lowest permissible sentence under the Code exceeds the statutory maximum. Such sentences may be imposed concurrently or consecutively. If total sentence points are greater than or equal to 363, a life sentence may be imposed.

_______________________________ maximum sentence in years

TOTAL SENTENCE IMPOSED

Years Months Days

___ State Prison ___ Life ___________ ___________ __________

___ County Jail ___ Time Served ___________ ___________ __________

___ Community Control ___________ ___________ __________

___ Probation ___________ ___________ __________

Please check if sentenced as ___ habitual offender, ___ habitual violent offender, ___ violent career criminal, ___ prison releasee reoffender, or a ___ mandatory minimum applies.

___ Mitigated Departure ___ Plea Bargain

Other Reason _____________________________________________________________________________

JUDGE’S SIGNATURE

_______________________________________________

RULE 3.992(b) SUPPLEMENTAL CRIMINAL PUNISHMENT CODE SCORESHEET

NAME (LAST, FIRST, MI.I) DOCKET # DATE OF SENTENCE

II. ADDITIONAL OFFENSES(S):

DOCKET# FEL/MM F.S# OFFENSE QUALIFY COUNTS  POINTS  POINTS

DEGREE LEVEL A S C R

__________/ ________/ _____________/ ___________ ___ ___ ___ ___ _______ x _______= _______

DESCRIPTION _________________________________________

__________/ ________/ _____________/ ___________ ___ ___ ___ ___ _______ x _______= _______

DESCRIPTION _________________________________________

__________/ ________/ _____________/ ___________ ___ ___ ___ ___ _______ x _______= _______

DESCRIPTION _________________________________________

__________/ ________/ _____________/ ___________ ___ ___ ___ ___ _______ x _______= _______

DESCRIPTION _________________________________________

__________/ ________/ _____________/ ___________ ___ ___ ___ ___ _______ x _______= _______

(Level - Points: M=0.2, 1=0.7, 2=1.2, 3=2.4, 4=3.6, 5=5.4, 6=18, 7=28, 8=37, 9=46, 10=58)

II. _______

IV. PRIOR RECORD

FEL/MM F.S.# OFFENSE QUALIFY: DESCRIPTION NUMBER POINTS TOTAL

DEGREE LEVEL A S C R

/ ___ ___ ___ ___ X =

/ ___ ___ ___ ___ X =

/ ___ ___ ___ ___ X =

/ ___ ___ ___ ___ X =

/ ___ ___ ___ ___ X =

(Level = Points: M=0.2, 1=0.5, 2=0.8, 3=1.6, 4=2.4, 5=3.6, 6=9, 7=14, 8=19, 9=23, 10=29)

IV. _________

REASONS FOR DEPARTURE - MITIGATING CIRCUMSTANCES

(reasons may be checked here or written on the scoresheet)

___ Legitimate, uncoerced plea bargain.

___ The defendant was an accomplice to the offense and was a relatively minor participant in the criminal conduct.

___ The capacity of the defendant to appreciate the criminal nature of the conduct or to conform that conduct to the requirements of law was substantially impaired.

___ The defendant requires specialized treatment for a mental disorder that is unrelated to substance abuse or addiction, or for a physical disability, and the defendant is amenable to treatment.

___ The need for payment of restitution to the victim outweighs the need for a prison sentence.

___ The victim was an initiator, willing participant, aggressor, or provoker of the incident.

___ The defendant acted under extreme duress or under the domination of another person.

___ Before the identity of the defendant was determined, the victim was substantially compensated .

___ The defendant cooperated with the State to resolve the current offense or any other offense.

___ The offense was committed in an unsophisticated manner and was an isolated incident for which the defendant has shown remorse.

___ At the time of the offense the defendant was too young to appreciate the consequences of the offense.

___ The defendant is to be sentenced as a youthful offender.

Pursuant to 921.0026(3) the defendant’s substance abuse or addiction does not justify a downward departure from the lowest permissible sentence.

 

 

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