My ex boyfriend took my car while I was in the shower and traded it for drugs to his dealer. My car was missing for 13 days (14 days would have been a felony in FL) before I located it. During the 13 days, he admitted to an officer that he had taken the car and let someone else use it. I want to know what his sentence will be if he is found guilty? How can I get the ASA to upgrade to something more than a misdemeanor? Damages exceed over $2,500 (rental car, re-keying igintion, broken windsheild) to my BMW.I spoke to the State Attorney handling the case. Her division chief downgraded the charge from a felony to a misdemeanor. She does not think that it will be upgraded to a felony because the car was not missing for 14 or more days (it was missing for 13 days and 20 hours). I own a BMW which means that the BMW dealership are the only technicians to change my ignition, locks and alarms at a cost of $1,600.00. The physical damages (cracked windshield and body damage) total $1,025.00. When sentencing, does the Judge take in account who the victim is? I am a military veteran, a single mother, and a full-time graduate student. I want the Judge to give him the maximum sentence possible.