Level 1 Felonies Scoresheet

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These Felonies are categorized as Level 1 offense under the criminal guideline scoresheet. They are the lowest level of felony crimes in Florida. Therefore, these felonies score 4 points as the primary offense. Any Level 1 felony offense that is scored as an additional offense scores 0.7 additional points on the Florida Felony Scoresheet. Any prior felony convictions would score 0.5 more points under the Florida sentencing guidelines. Call Lakeland Criminal Lawyer Thomas Grajek to see if how much prison time you score.

Statute

Degree

Felony Crime Description

24.118(3)(a)

3rd

Counterfeit or altered state lottery ticket.

212.054(2)(b)

3rd

Discretionary sales surtax; limitations, administration, and collection

212.15(2)(b)

3rd

Failure to remit sales taxes, amount greater than $300 but less than $20,000.

316.1935(1)

3rd

Fleeing or attempting to elude law enforcement officer.

319.30(5)

3rd

Sell, exchange, give away certificate of title or identification number plate.

319.35(1)(a)

3rd

Tamper, adjust, change, etc., an odometer.

320.26(1)(a)

3rd

Counterfeit, manufacture, or sell registration license plates or validation stickers.

322.212(1)(a)-(c)

3rd

Possession of forged, stolen, counterfeit, or unlawfully issued driver’s license; possession of simulated identification.

322.212(4)

3rd

Supply or aid in supplying unauthorized driver’s license or identification card.

322.212(5)(a)

3rd

False application for driver’s license or identification card.

414.39(2)

3rd

Unauthorized use, possession, forgery, or alteration of food assistance program, Medicaid ID, value greater than $200.

414.39(3)(a)

3rd

Fraudulent misappropriation of public assistance funds by employee/official, value more than $200.

443.071(1)

3rd

False statement or representation to obtain or increase unemployment compensation benefits.

509.151(1)

3rd

Defraud an innkeeper, food or lodging value greater than $300.

517.302(1)

3rd

Violation of the Florida Securities and Investor Protection Act.

562.27(1)

3rd

Possess still or still apparatus.

713.69

3rd

Tenant removes property upon which lien has accrued, value more than $50.

812.014(3)(c)

3rd

Petit theft (3rd conviction); theft of any property not specified in subsection (2).

812.081(2)

3rd

Unlawfully makes or causes to be made a reproduction of a trade secret.

815.04(4)(a)

3rd

Offense against intellectual property (i.e., computer programs, data).

817.52(2)

3rd

Hiring with intent to defraud, motor vehicle services.

817.569(2)

3rd

Use of public record or public records information to facilitate commission of a felony.

826.01

3rd

Bigamy.

828.122(3)

3rd

Fighting or baiting animals.

831.04(1)

3rd

Any erasure, alteration, etc., of any replacement deed, map, plat, or other document listed in Florida Criminal Statute 92.28.

831.31(1)(a)

3rd

Sell, deliver, or possess counterfeit controlled substances, all but Florida Criminal statute 893.03(5) drugs.

832.041(1)

3rd

Stopping payment with intent to defraud  $150 or more.

832.05(2)(b) & (4)(c)

3rd

Knowing, making, issuing worthless checks $150 or more or obtaining property in return for worthless check $150 or more.

838.15(2)

3rd

Commercial bribe receiving.

838.16

3rd

Commercial bribery.

843.18

3rd

Fleeing by boat to elude a law enforcement officer.

847.011(1)(a)

3rd

Sell, distribute, etc., obscene, lewd,   etc. Material (2nd conviction).

849.01

3rd

Keeping gambling house.

849.09(1)(a)-(d)

3rd

Lottery; set up, promote, etc, or assist therein, conduct or advertise drawing for prizes, or dispose of property or money by means of lottery.

849.23

3rd

Gambling-related machines; “common offender” as to property rights.

849.25(2)

3rd

Engaging in bookmaking.

860.08

3rd

Interfere with a railroad signal.

860.13(1)(a)

3rd

Operate aircraft while under the influence.

893.13(2)(a)2.

3rd

Purchase of cannabis.

893.13(6)(a)

3rd

Possession of cannabis (more than 20 grams).

934.03(1)(a)

3rd

Intercepts, or procures any other person to intercept, any wire or oral communication.

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