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Jason Matthew Mayberry
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Jason Mayberry’s Legal Cases

6 total

  • State v. HS

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    Dismissed
    Description:
    Our client was charged with felony domestic battery, punishable by up to 5 years in prison. My firm pushed this case to trial feeling that the facts were not good for the State Attorney's Office. Prior to trial the state offered to reduce the case to misdemeanor battery and time served. We declined the offer and the State dismissed the charge.
  • State v. BC

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    Court Costs Only
    Description:
    My client was charged with driving while license suspended, in violation of his business purposes only permit. Classified as a habitual traffic offender, the State was asking for a sentence of 60 days jail. I drafted a motion that reversed his habitual traffic offender status, obtained his full license privilege, and advised my client to enter an open plea to the Judge. The Judge appreciated the fact that I was able to regain my client's full license and reverse his habitual status and sentenced him to pay only court costs and nothing else.
  • State v. John Doe

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    Time Served
    Description:
    Client charged with 19 counts of theft related third degree felonys. Client was facing up to 5 years prison. Facts of case were not in our favor. Negotiated a plea deal amounting to time served in jail and 3 years probation with minimal restrictions.
  • NM v. NM

    Practice Area:
    Domestic Violence
    Outcome:
    Injunction Granted
    Description:
    My client had been deprived of her ability to leave her marital home by her husband. She had been drinking that evening and gave her account of what happened including being pushed to the ground and held there three times. The Respondent called his friend who was at the scene (former Police Officer) to testify on his behalf and testified himself that my client's version of the events were false. I was able to successfully cross examine both the respondent and his witness by impeaching their story, thus earning an injunction for my client for an indefinite amount of time.
  • RB v. HR

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    May 12, 2011
    Outcome:
    Temporary Injunction Terminated, Permanent Injunction Denied
    Description:
    HR hired Jason Mayberry after a temporary injunction was granted against him in favor of a co-worker. This temporary injunction effectively prevented HR from going to his place of employment as he was not allowed within 500 feet of the petitioning co-worker. RB (petitioner) filed a repeat violence injunction against HR for allegedly striking him in the neck and chest area on April 21, 2011 at their mutual workplace. RB further alleged HR verbally threatened him after HR drove toward RB in a reckless fashion, again at their workplace. RB presented pictures of injuries to his neck and chest area at the hearing. Jason Mayberry successfully cross examined RB and established that RB failed to prove his account of the story by a preponderance of evidence and impeached testimony at the hearing and from RB's sworn statement. Jason Mayberry further pointed out that RB failed to take certain measures a reasonable person would take were they actually in fear of imminent danger at the hands of another. The temporary injunction was dismissed after the hearing and HR was allowed to return work as no further injunction was in place.
  • Sebring Hospital Management Associates, LLC d/ba/ Highlands Regional Medical Center v. Layport

    Practice Area:
    Medical Malpractice
    Date:
    Mar 25, 2011
    Outcome:
    Certiorari Denied in favor of respondent Layport
    Description:
    Petitioner sough certiorari on their denied assertion that an action brought under FS 395.1041, Florida's anti patient dumping act required a pre-suit investigation in line with a Medical Malpractice action.