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Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure (Fla.R.Cr.P) 3.171(c) outlines it:
"3.171(c) Responsibilities of Defense Counsel.
(1) Defense counsel shall not conclude any plea agreement on behalf of a defendant-client without the client’s full and complete consent thereto, being certain that any decision to plead guilty or nolo contendere is made by the defendant.
(2) Defense counsel shall advise defendant of:
(A) all plea offers; and
(B) all pertinent matters bearing on the choice of which plea to...
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An answer to your question requires a whole lot more facts. How did the situation start? What was the motive? What was said during the episode? How bad were the injuries? What kind of evidence is there? What qualities do the witnesses have? The prosecution could charge attempted murder if they wanted to. But the charging decision is not evidence. That is only what the prosecutor thinks he or she can prove. With the right attorney, this could come back as a simple battery. In my last two...
He can get up to 15 years for each occurrence. Here is the applicable jury instruction:
11.10 LEWD, LASCIVIOUS, INDECENT ASSAULT OR ACT UPON OR IN THE PRESENCE OF CHILD; SEXUAL BATTERY § 800.04, Fla. Stat.
The entire jury instruction can be found here: http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/jury_instructions/instructions.shtml#.
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Generally, these are not the kind of words that law abiding citizens utter. And you can't yell "FIRE" in a crowded movie theater either, fyi.
We need you know what context these words were spoken in. Did you have a gun in your hand? You give so little detail that any analysis would render nothing more than speculation.
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Lying under oath is perjury. If you told what you believed was the truth it was not a lie. If circumstances have changed, you must bring it to the court's attention. If you lied you need a lawyer.
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I suspect you have posted several questions in the past day or so. This issue is obviously at the forefront of your mind. Earlier you disclosed you were a minor. At your age, you are not ready for the emotional consequences of having sex. Nor are you ready for the influence of a Svengali. I suspect you are infatuated with the man who broke the law. But consider this a: real man would wait for you to become an adult before putting you in such a vulnerable position. listen to your Mother.