The sentence you receive in Florida will depend on the severity of the crime you have been charged with and your criminal history. For example, if you are convicted of a misdemeanor offense, such as shoplifting or trespassing, you may be sentenced to probation, fines, or community service. If you are convicted of a more serious felony offense, such as assault or burglary, you could face a prison sentence ranging from several months to decades depending on the nature of the crime and your prior criminal record.
In addition to the severity of the crime and criminal history, other factors that can influence your sentence include whether there were any aggravating circumstances associated with the offense (such as using a weapon), whether there were any mitigating circumstances (such as lack of intent), and whether you accept responsibility for your actions. In some cases, judges may also consider factors such as mental health issues or substance abuse when determining an appropriate sentence.