Attorney Sasha Dadan Bonna is a passionate and aggressive criminal defense lawyer who represents clients on criminal defense matters in the State of Florida. She completed her undergraduate studies at Florida Atlantic University, and graduated magna cum laude in 2010. She then earned her law degree from Florida A&M University College of Law in 2013.
Sasha began her legal career at the Office of the Public Defender in the 19th judicial Circuit. As an Assistant Public Defender she represented over 3,000 clients in felonies, misdemeanors, DUIs and juvenile cases where she gained significant trial experience. She achieved favorable results for her clients that ended in the dismissal of many criminal cases, acquittals, and suppression of evidence.
Sasha has received numerous positive reviews on AVVO from her clients and colleagues and has been recognized by the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys for being among the 10 best Attorneys for Florida Client Satisfaction. Sasha has been featured on PBS discussing the juvenile diversion program, "Youth Court," for juvenile offenders.
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- DUI & DWI
- Criminal Law
- Domestic Violence
- Juvenile Law
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- Nineteenth Circuit Public Defender's Office
- Representing adults and juveniles in all types of criminal matters.
- Florida A&M University College of Law
- J.D. (2013) | LAW
- Florida Atlantic University
- B.A. (2010) | Public Communications
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- The American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys
- This is an exclusive list of the 10 Best Attorneys for Florida for Client Satisfaction in the practice area of Criminal Law.
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If the alleged victim does not want to press charges against you this does not meant that the State Attorney's Office will drop the charges. It is the State of Florida versus you as the Defendant.How Do I Become Eligible For A Hardship License After A DUI?
In order to be eligible for a hardship license after a DUI charge you must first enroll in DUI school you must then wait to apply for the hardship license. For instance, if you refused to submit to the breath test you must wait a period of 90 days of the 1 year administrative suspension. If you did submit to the breath test but blew over the .08 then you must wait a period of 30 days. You must then take your certificate of enrollment to the DHSMV.Under What Circumstances Can I withdraw My Plea?
You can withdraw your plea under certain circumstances for instance if you were incompetent at the time you entered your plea meaning you were under influence of drugs or alcohol. If you did not understand the charges against you. If you did not understand the consequences or penalties that you would be subject to these are all reasons that would be considered by the court in determining whether or not your plea can be withdrawn.What Is The Difference Between Sealing And Expunging A Criminal Record?
The difference between sealing and expunging your criminal record is that when your record is expunged the court and any law enforcement agency is required to physically destroy your record. With the sealing of your record they are not required to physically destroy your record but they are required to keep it out of public sight along with an expungement.What Must The State Prove For A DUI Conviction?
The State must prove for a DUI conviction that at the time you were driving or in actual physical control of the vehicle and that while you were driving or in actual physical control of the vehicle you were under the influence of an alcoholic beverage, a controlled substance or a chemical substance that impaired your normal faculties and/or that your breath or blood alcohol content was at .08.
- Q. Stopped by LP in Target for taking $30worth of cleaning supplies. Said not pressing charges and police were not called
- A: You may be facing criminal charges for theft. Contact my law office for a free consultation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Q. The two grandmothers of my two boys has marchman acted me an placed an injunkion on me how can i get my 2 boys back
- A: If an injunction has been issued against you, you may be able to get it set aside if you did not receive proper notice of the court hearing and one was conducted without your knowledge. If however, you did receive notice and chose not attend and you would like to modify the terms of the injunction to see your child you should file a motion to modify and/ or terminate the injunction. Injunctions are meant to be temporary and not permanent in nature.
- Q. My ex has the passcode and app to my home alarm. Can he be charged for tampering with it?
- A: I would suggest changing your alarm code and contacting the company who you are billed through to notify them of the breach. I would also contact the nearest police department.
- Q. I need to know if my fiance was arrested illegally
- A: An officer cannot make an arrest without probable cause. An officer can also make an arrest if there is an active warrant. Contact my office for more information. I can provide you with a free consultation 772-579-2771.
- Q. What is the best way to prove that the accused is innocent in a domestic?
- A: The State has to prove in a domestic violence battery: To prove the crime of Battery, the State must prove the following element beyond a reasonable doubt: Give 1 or 2 as applicable. 1. [(Defendant) intentionally touched or struck (victim) against [his] [her] will.] 2. [(Defendant) intentionally caused bodily harm to (victim).] I would need more details to explain what defense are possible under your circumstances.
- Q. Is the information discussed in a delinquency hearing confidential?
- A: Juvenile cases are generally not published to the public. However, delinquency hearings are open to the public.
- Q. Is there anything that can be done as far as post conviction for a person who’s been convicted of a sex offense
- A: Not everyone who commits a sexual offense is listed as a sexual predator. See Fla. Stat. 775.21. You may want to speak to an attorney about the Romeo and Juliet law, which may qualify for removal from the sex offender registry. SEXUAL PREDATOR CRITERIA.- (a) For a current offense committed on or after October 1, 1993, upon conviction, an offender shall be designated as a "sexual predatoru201d under subsection (5), and subject to registration under subsection (6) and community and public notification under subsection (7) if: 1. The felony is: a. A capital, life, or first degree felony violation, or any attempt thereof, of s. 787.01 or s. 787.02, where the victim is a minor and the defendant is not the victim's parent or guardian, or s. 794.011, s. 800.04, or s. 847.0145, or a violation of a similar law of another jurisdiction; or b. Any felony violation, or any attempt thereof, of s. 393.135(2); s. 394.4593(2); s. 787.01, s. 787.02, or s. 787.025(2)(c), where the victim is a minor and the defendant is not the victim's parent or guardian; s. 787.06(3)(b), (d), (f), or (g); former s. 787.06(3)(h); s. 794.011, excluding s. 794.011(10); s. 794.05; former s. 796.03; former s. 796.035; s. 800.04; s. 810.145(8)(b); s. 825.1025; s. 827.071; s. 847.0135, excluding s. 847.0135(6); s. 847.0145; s. 916.1075(2); or s. 985.701(1); or a violation of a similar law of another jurisdiction, and the offender has previously been convicted of or found to have committed, or has pled nolo contendere or guilty to, regardless of adjudication, any violation of s. 393.135(2); s. 394.4593(2); s. 787.01, s. 787.02, or s. 787.025(2)(c), where the victim is a minor and the defendant is not the victim's parent or guardian; s. 787.06(3)(b), (d), (f), or (g); former s. 787.06(3)(h); s. 794.011, excluding s. 794.011(10); s. 794.05; former s. 796.03; former s. 796.035; s. 800.04; s. 825.1025; s. 827.071; s. 847.0133; s. 847.0135, excluding s. 847.0135(6); s. 847.0145; s. 916.1075(2); or s. 985.701(1); or a violation of a similar law of another jurisdiction;
- Q. Can someone use text message as Evidence to against another person in court, Or Investigated Even citizens arrested.
- A: Yes, but the text messages have to be authenticated and must be relevant. The text messages generally can be authenticated by calling as witness the person who sent it or received the message.
- Q. Should a defense lawyer request a Frank's hearing, address Brady, Giglio claims before filing for motion to suppress?
- A: Its not standard procedure to have a Frank's hearing, address Brady or Giglio before a motion to suppress. Those are separate issues. It would be best to hire a criminal defense attorney who can assist you with your legal case.