Typically, a judge may consider any facts related to the charged offense. Exceptions to this are facts not contained in the record, or in the case of a trial, not proven by at least a preponderance of the evidence or facts specifically rejected by a jury. There are some other factors a judge may not consider in fashioning a sentence such as a defendant's protestation of innocence, or the fact that a defendant chose to go to trial. If your son was convicted of Robbery, specifying Florida...