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Terrezza Law Case Results


Escambia County Court, 2016

Represented four defendants accused of possessing less than 20 grams of marijuana who were accepted into the pretrial intervention programs and had their charges dismissed upon successful completion.

Escambia County Court, 2016

Represented client accused of DUI who entered a no contest plea to the reduced charge of Reckless Driving.

Escambia County Circuit Court, 2016

Represented Client accused of Possession of Controlled Substances and Drug Paraphernalia. My Motion to Suppress evidence based on a lack of probable cause for her arrest was granted and charges were dismissed.

Escambia County Court, 2016

Represented client accused of DUI with blood alcohol level over .15g/mL. My Motion to Suppress blood test results obtained in violation of the client’s constitutional right to privacy was granted and the charge was reduced.

Escambia County Circuit Court, 2016

Represented client who was a habitual felony offender facing life in prison for the Armed Burglary of a Dwelling and Criminal Mischief. The client entered a no contest plea to the charge of Criminal Mischief for time served and the Armed Burglary charge was dismissed.

Escambia County Circuit Court, 2016

Represented a client accused of Domestic Battery by Strangulation. The Felony offense was reduced to misdemeanor simple battery and the client entered the pre-trial diversion program with all charges to be dismissed upon successful completion.

United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida, 2015

Represented a Defendant charged with Theft of Government Property. Charge dismissed.

Santa Rosa County Court, 2015

Represented a Defendant accused of possessing less than 20 grams of marijuana. Defendant received pre-trial diversion, and was given an opportunity to have the charges dismissed.

Escambia County Court, 2015

Represented a Defendant accused of gambling. Plea offer was 60 days in jail. Charge dismissed.

Santa Rosa County Court, 2015

Represented a Defendant accused of a probation violation. My Motion to Dismiss on Constitutional Speedy Trial grounds was granted.

Circuit Court, Okaloosa County, 2015

Represented a Juvenile accused of shoplifting. Juvenile was accepted into a diversion program, and given an opportunity to have the charges dismissed.


Law Offices of Lloyd Vipperman Jr. Case Results


United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida, 2015

Along with Lloyd Vipperman, I represented a client accused of being a felon in possession of a firearm, cocaine, and marijuana in the trial court. I drafted a Motion to Suppress based on improper promises of non-prosecution made by the police. The Motion to Suppress was denied by the district court and our client entered a plea reserving his right to appeal. I briefed his appeal to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, the district court’s decision was reversed, and our client was set free.

Circuit Court, Alachua County, 2015

I was lead trial counsel for a Defendant facing mandatory life imprisonment on charges of Armed Burglary with a Firearm and Attempted Home Invasion Robbery. The Defendant was found not guilty of possessing the charged firearm and convicted of a lesser offense.

United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida, 2014

I assisted Lloyd Vipperman Jr. in representing a former Gainesville police officer accused of identity theft. The Defendant entered a guilty plea and received a one-day sentence from the Court.

Alachua County Court, 2014

I represented a Defendant accused of a battery. I was sole trial counsel, and defendant was found not guilty by a jury.

Alachua County Court, 2013

I represented a University of Florida student accused of hazing a fraternity pledge. All charges were dismissed.

Circuit Court, Baker County Florida, 2013

I assisted Lloyd Vipperman Jr. in representing a Defendant seeking a belated appeal. Defendant was granted a belated appeal by the Court based on prior counsel’s failure to advise him of his appellate rights.

Circuit Court, Alachua County Florida, 2013

Defendant was charged with Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Sell after 7 lbs. of marijuana were found in his trunk during a traffic stop. I filed a Motion to Suppress based on an unconstitutional stop and the charge was dismissed.

Circuit Court, Alachua County Florida, 2013

Defendant was accused of leaving the scene of an accident with great bodily injury. Defendant rejected pre-trial offer of prison sentence. I was lead trial counsel and defendant was found not guilty of all charges by a jury.

United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida, 2012

I assisted Lloyd Vipperman Jr. in representing a Defendant accused of a conspiracy to commit forced labor, visa fraud, and document servitude. My investigation revealed that the Defendant’s conduct was not prohibited by law until after it was alleged to have been committed. All charges against our client were dismissed.

United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida, 2012

I was second chair to Lloyd Vipperman Jr. during the trial of a Defendant accused of a conspiracy to distribute more than 1,000 kg of marijuana. The jury found our client guilty of possession of less than 50kg marijuana.

Alachua County Court, 2012

Client was charged with DUI. I was lead counsel at trial. In the middle of trial, client was offered, and accepted, a plea to reckless driving and a $25.00 fine.

Circuit Court, Levy County Florida, 2011

Defendant was charged with Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Sell. I drafted a Motion to Suppress evidence gathered from a search warrant which lacked sufficient specificity. Charge dismissed.

United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida, 2011

I was second chair to Lloyd Vipperman Jr. during the trial of a Defendant accused of a conspiracy to grow more than 100 marijuana plants. Defendant was tried along with six other co-defendants. Our client was the only one found not guilty by the jury.

United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida, 2011

I assisted Lloyd Vipperman Jr. in representing a University of Florida professor of nuclear engineering accused of defrauding NASA. Despite the Government’s allegations of a multi-million-dollar fraud, the Court found that NASA had suffered no monetary loss, and the Defendant received a six-month sentence.

Circuit Court, Bradford County Florida, 2011

Defendant was charged with an Armed Home Invasion Robbery. I drafted and argued a Motion to Suppress all evidence gathered as a result of his warrantless arrest. The Motion to Suppress was granted and all charges were dismissed.